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 Post subject: Re: Currie Cup 2018
PostPosted: Sun Oct 21, 2018 1:57 am 
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I dont get the hype over Willemse


Now you know how we feel about Bosch

Bosch and Willemse aren't even close.


Was the same for the baby boks
He never passes the ball. He is an overrated glory boy who thinks he can do it all alone. At one point he had received the ball 24 times and only passed 10 ..... The WP backline was muted. I hope he plays 10 next weekend.

Libbok completely outplayed him.

It was great that he played this crunch match so we could see what others see in him and why he is included in the boks. Even Junktjies outplayed him today....


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 Post subject: Re: Currie Cup 2018
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Sardyntjie Willemse defense was outstanding today. But then you only rate bashers like Louw and AE. He is still very young but he surely don't shy away from the physical stuff.

Credit to the Bulls defense.


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 Post subject: Re: Currie Cup 2018
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Like was predicted earlier on in the week, WP /Sharks.

I would think that aftre 100 minutes of very hard rugby and all the injuries the WP will be in trouble and Sharks will be favourites.

Why?

The Sharks lead 23-3 and almost blew the game. Lucky win in the end.

Tough call for the final

Well 80 mins of easy rugby vs 100 mins of hard rugby. Do you not think that it will have taken it's toll. And an injury or 2?


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 Post subject: Re: Currie Cup 2018
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https://www.facebook.com/wprugby/videos ... zA5NjEyNA/

WP haka? Further proof of the Cape Crusaders taking over rugby in Slaapstad.


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 Post subject: Re: Currie Cup 2018
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Iceland Clap. Started at the European Soccer finals a few years ago. Our schools like PRG and Grey pupils do this for years now.

Cape Crusaders don't have teeth. They klap each other on the Cape flats.


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 Post subject: Re: Currie Cup 2018
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Iceland Clap. Started at the European Soccer finals a few years ago. Our schools like PRG and Grey pupils do this for years now.

Cape Crusaders don't have teeth. They klap each other on the Cape flats.

Looks like a WP Haka to me. Let's wait to hear what Sards and Ox have to say about it.


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 Post subject: Re: Currie Cup 2018
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saffer13 wrote:
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I dont get the hype over Willemse


Now you know how we feel about Bosch

Bosch and Willemse aren't even close.


Ummm...we were specially talking about the hype surrounding the two players; not their actual capabilities. You don’t think the levels of hype (justified or not) are comparable? :?


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 Post subject: Re: Currie Cup 2018
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Chilli wrote:
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Iceland Clap. Started at the European Soccer finals a few years ago. Our schools like PRG and Grey pupils do this for years now.

Cape Crusaders don't have teeth. They klap each other on the Cape flats.

Looks like a WP Haka to me. Let's wait to hear what Sards and Ox have to say about it.

Boring isn't it?


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 Post subject: Re: Currie Cup 2018
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Blake wrote:
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I dont get the hype over Willemse


Now you know how we feel about Bosch

Bosch and Willemse aren't even close.


Ummm...we were specially talking about the hype surrounding the two players; not their actual capabilities. You don’t think the levels of hype (justified or not) are comparable? :?

SA is a rugby mad country. Obvious there will be hype around young talents like Damian and Bosch just as it was with Naas. Serfontein Oxlee, Thomas du Toit, Kitshoff, ext.

This is just rhe start of Willemse and H Jantjies. They will hurt Sardyntjie soon.


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 Post subject: Re: Currie Cup 2018
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As a Bulls supporter and Sharks hater, I have no dog in this fight at all. :(


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 Post subject: Re: Currie Cup 2018
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WP beat the Sharks in the line outs. They need to fix that otherwise they, ll kak in the final. That is what the Bulls did. Forwards decide the win, backs the scoreline.


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 Post subject: Re: Currie Cup 2018
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Chilli wrote:
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Iceland Clap. Started at the European Soccer finals a few years ago. Our schools like PRG and Grey pupils do this for years now.

Cape Crusaders don't have teeth. They klap each other on the Cape flats.

Looks like a WP Haka to me. Let's wait to hear what Sards and Ox have to say about it.

Ox as a soccer supporter will know this well, Sardyntjie know this won't work at Kingsmeads, there isn't enough supporters watcing rugby.

When 10,000 pupils perform this at the rugby main match it is quiet spectacular.


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 Post subject: Re: Currie Cup 2018
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Bit frustrating I haven't been able to watch the games live due to playing commitments :thumbdown:


Are these WP injuries likely to take the players out the finals? Want to beat at least the B team if the Boks wont release the rest of the rabble they called up. :nod:


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 Post subject: Re: Currie Cup 2018
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Blake wrote:
saffer13 wrote:
Blake wrote:
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I dont get the hype over Willemse


Now you know how we feel about Bosch

Bosch and Willemse aren't even close.


Ummm...we were specially talking about the hype surrounding the two players; not their actual capabilities. You don’t think the levels of hype (justified or not) are comparable? :?


if you read Craig Lewis's analysis he praised both 10s and had a lot of good things to say about Libbok and praised Willemse by going on about how calm he was as the future bok flyhalf...wtf....I still have to see this lad actually do something that deserves the hype...something in line with Beauden or Mackenzie


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 Post subject: Re: Currie Cup 2018
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WP beat the Sharks in the line outs. They need to fix that otherwise they, ll kak in the final. That is what the Bulls did. Forwards decide the win, backs the scoreline.

I think our forwards will be ok....its down to 2 teams now...

The bench will decide this match...and having JLDP and Chilli and Connie I am comfortable


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 Post subject: Re: Currie Cup 2018
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Sards wrote:
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WP beat the Sharks in the line outs. They need to fix that otherwise they, ll kak in the final. That is what the Bulls did. Forwards decide the win, backs the scoreline.

I think our forwards will be ok....its down to 2 teams now...

The bench will decide this match...and having JLDP and Chilli and Cornie I am comfortable

Your line outs still sucks.


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 Post subject: Re: Currie Cup 2018
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WP beat the Sharks in the line outs. They need to fix that otherwise they, ll kak in the final. That is what the Bulls did. Forwards decide the win, backs the scoreline.

I think our forwards will be ok....its down to 2 teams now...

The bench will decide this match...and having JLDP and Chilli and Cornie I am comfortable

Your line outs still sucks.


Probably. Its the scrum that I am looking forward to. Province seem to lift this part of the game against the Sharks so it will be interesting. If the Bulls can hold you we should be competitive


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 Post subject: Re: Currie Cup 2018
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Sards wrote:
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WP beat the Sharks in the line outs. They need to fix that otherwise they, ll kak in the final. That is what the Bulls did. Forwards decide the win, backs the scoreline.

I think our forwards will be ok....its down to 2 teams now...

The bench will decide this match...and having JLDP and Chilli and Connie I am comfortable

I sm in Deben on Saturday, not Slaapstad.


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 Post subject: Re: Currie Cup 2018
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Any word on WP injuries?
Advantage to the Sharks methinks.


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 Post subject: Re: Currie Cup 2018
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Sards wrote:
Blake wrote:
saffer13 wrote:
Blake wrote:
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I dont get the hype over Willemse


Now you know how we feel about Bosch

Bosch and Willemse aren't even close.


Ummm...we were specially talking about the hype surrounding the two players; not their actual capabilities. You don’t think the levels of hype (justified or not) are comparable? :?


if you read Craig Lewis's analysis he praised both 10s and had a lot of good things to say about Libbok and praised Willemse by going on about how calm he was as the future bok flyhalf...wtf....I still have to see this lad actually do something that deserves the hype...something in line with Beauden or Mackenzie

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One of the highlights of Saturday’s thrilling semi-final at Newlands proved to be the standout performances from the two opposing former Junior Springboks, Manie Libbok and Damian Willemse. Libbok was the orchestrator of so much impressive work from the Bulls, with the talented 21-year-old showcasing his real potential as a future flyhalf star. The performance was all that much more impressive considering that Libbok had endured a nightmare performance in the final round of the league stage, before rising to the occasion in fine fashion on Saturday. While Libbok was one of the Bulls’ most impressive players, Willemse also looked calm and confident in the Province No 10 jersey. It was the sort of influential performance that sent out a reminder of why Willemse’s long-term position is seen to be at flyhalf, and one hopes that he may receive an opportunity there during the upcoming end-of-year tour


calm and confident equates to a bok jersey...alrighty then


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 Post subject: Re: Currie Cup 2018
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Any word on WP injuries?
Advantage to the Sharks methinks.


Please. WP nailed us at home with ease sans lube. Advantage Africas greatest team ever.


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Sards is your x wife a Natalian?


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Sards is your x wife a Natalian?

X wife yes


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 Post subject: Re: Currie Cup 2018
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Sards is your x wife a Natalian?

X wife yes

She made you a Shark supporter?

So you are a Shark Crusader supporter?


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 Post subject: Re: Currie Cup 2018
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Was a good tackle but Jantjies handled it well


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Was a good tackle but Jantjies handled it well


:lol:
in the last pic he makes Junktjies his bitch
sans lube


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 Post subject: Re: Currie Cup 2018
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After watching the up to now brilliant WP struggle to beat a very average Bulls team I think that the Sharks will win.


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After watching the up to now brilliant WP struggle to beat a very average Bulls team I think that the Sharks will win.


Definitely favorites. Even away from home I agree.

WP doesn’t stand a chance against Dan du Preez and Bosch. :(


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After watching the up to now brilliant WP struggle to beat a very average Bulls team I think that the Sharks will win.


Definitely favorites. Even away from home I agree.

WP doesn’t stand a chance against Dan du Preez and Bosch. :(

Never mind Dan, all thee Du Preez's and Bosch.


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I really hope WP start Willemse instead of Stander....

I really hope Stander leaves WP to play for a decent franchise like the Sharks


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I really hope WP start Willemse instead of Stander....

I really hope Stander leaves WP to play for a decent franchise like the Freestate.

Fuxed


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Was a good tackle but Jantjies handled it well


:lol:
in the last pic he makes Junktjies his bitch
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You saying Vermeulen is gay?


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 Post subject: Re: Currie Cup 2018
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How about Aphelele Fassi chasing down Dyanti :shock:

That kid is seriously fast. Find of the season for me.

Jeremy Ward looking in very good form too. He's going to push Am for the 13 jersey next season.

And I think we can see why Chilliboy was dropped. His lineout throwing is utterly dreadful.


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Do WP release an injury report?


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The caterer for the after match function must be looking forward to Thelo smashing the buffet on Saturday night.


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The caterer for the after match function must be looking forward to Thelo smashing the buffet on Saturday night.


A wafer thin mint, meneer?

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Dobson needs to make a few adjustments against the Sharks. Our fatties is fine. Van Zyl the weakest link in our tight 5. He and Ernst knocked it on a lot in contact. Ernst and van Wyk to similiar,we need Jaco Coetzee to start. In the backline we need Dan du Plessis in 12. He , Damian and Herschell Jantjies came a long way from PRG and know each other game well. SP need to go to 15, JJ on the wing and Lleyds to the bench. I also wont mind to see Stander starting in 10, Willemse in 12 or 15. He gives so many options to Dobson. We need to dominate 1st phase and keep the phases going.


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Dobson needs to make a few adjustments against the Sharks. Our fatties is fine. Van Zyl the weakest link in our tight 5. He and Ernst knocked it on a lot in contact. Ernst and van Wyk to similiar,we need Jaco Coetzee to start. In the backline we need Dan du Plessis in 12. He , Damian and Herschell Jantjies came a long way from PRG and know each other game well. SP need to go to 15, JJ on the wing and Lleyds to the bench. I also wont mind to see Stander starting in 10, Willemse in 12 or 15. He gives so many options to Dobson. We need to dominate 1st phase and keep the phases going.



leave Stander out of it...Sharks agents are busy working on his contract. You guys have Willemse that's enough for you.


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How about Aphelele Fassi chasing down Dyanti :shock:

That kid is seriously fast. Find of the season for me.



Very quick.

I've long suspected that Dyantyi is probably 3rd or 4th fastest in the Lions squad - behind Skosan and Daymani and possibly Mahuza


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