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The Top Five Best 'Fatman' Tries of all time

fat men don't cry. They eyelids render lard for the next meal.

1 Year, 7 Months ago

The Top Five Best 'Fatman' Tries of all time

"World's Fastest Prop" was the title I think you were looking for.

1 Year, 7 Months ago

British & Irish Lions squad announcement - Sam Warburton named as captain

Agree. The problem with getting Wade to shine is to give him a chance, and a good setup man.

Imagine if as a defender, you have to choose to tackle Tuilagi or Wade? Might as well go home.

1 Year, 7 Months ago

The Top Five Best 'Fatman' Tries of all time

#6 to Ewen MacKenzie was a total homer call. The rest of the tries quite impressive.

1 Year, 7 Months ago

Fetu'u Vainikolo try from no look pass against Treviso

That scrummie was giving directions to the hospital, until Vanikolo gave the cab driver alternate instructions.

1 Year, 7 Months ago

Tim Nanai-Williams great try saving tackle on Cobus Reinach

People have been hitting rucks like Napoleon Dynamite did for years.

Seems that to get (or net get) cited for this, you need to be from a certain country, or have a certain reputation.

1 Year, 7 Months ago

Brian O'Driscoll dumped off the ball by Mauro Bergamasco

I ran my IRB Excel model, and got the following:
IF: NZL>IRE, then WEEKS=0
IF: ITA

1 Year, 7 Months ago

Amazing end-to-end passage of play results in try for Suburbs vs Grammar-Carlton

Great example of the game.

Goes to show just how deep the skill level is in places like NZ -- from the outside, it looks like some casual, weekend match under / near some power lines with guys standing on the sideline with their dog -- but up close, there is magic.

Also, good bit of sportsmanship from #17 -- realizes how both teams gave it their all, and the other team was just lucky enough to finish the play off.

1 Year, 7 Months ago

Midweek Madness - Ben John scores a bizarre Ospreys try

the other similar application:

when your opponent has kicked the ball into your in-goal and it's approaching the dead ball line.

if you are in touch (with a leg, let's say) and ground it directly, it's a 22m dropout.

if you catch it in the air whilst in touch, it's a 22m dropout or scrum at the kick

I've seen on TV several occasions where a defender stood in touch and grounded the ball, only to find out it was still a 22m.


1 Year, 8 Months ago

Midweek Madness - Ben John scores a bizarre Ospreys try

KJW -- spot on, sorry I duplicated your point below.

1 Year, 8 Months ago

 
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