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PostPosted: Thu Feb 07, 2019 12:12 pm 
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Saturday 16th February

KICK OFF:

7.35pm - Local
5.35pm - AEDST
4.35pm - AEST

TITLES WON:

Crusaders - 9
Blues - 3

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15 Michael Collins
14 Melani Nanai
13 Ma'a Nonu
12 TJ Faiane
11 Rieko Ioane
10 Otere Black
9 Jonathan Ruru

8 Akira Ioane
7 Dalton Papalii
6 Tom Robinson
5 Josh Goodhue
4 Patrick Tuipulotu (capt)
3 Sione Mafileo
2 James Parsons
1 Alex Hodgman

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16 Matt Moulds
17 Karl Tu'inukuafe
18 Ofa Tu'ungafasi
19 Gerard Cowley-Tuioti
20 Matt Matich,
21 Augustine Pulu
22 Harry Plummer
23 Sonny Bill Williams



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15. David Havili,
14. Manasa Mataele,
13. Braydon Ennor,
12. Ryan Crotty,
11. George Bridge,
10. Richie Mo'unga,
9. Bryn Hall

8. Whetukamokamo Douglas,
7. Matt Todd (c),
6. Jordan Taufua,
5. Quinten Strange,
4. Scott Barrett,
3. Owen Franks,
2. Andrew Makalio,
1. Joe Moody.

Reserves:

16. Ben Funnell
17. Tim Perry
18. Michael Alaalatoa,
19. Luke Romano
20. Tom Sanders
21. Mitchell Drummond
22. Mitchell Hunt
23. Will Jordan.



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PostPosted: Thu Feb 07, 2019 12:13 pm 
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Bring it bitches!

I have a bad feeling that the Blues are going to be really good this year. And they'll make a statement in this fixture against the reigning champions.


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It is a perfect chance for the Blues to show the Mitre 10 Cup victory wasn’t the fluke we all think it was.

Bring it on, jafas!!!


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PostPosted: Thu Feb 07, 2019 12:20 pm 
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It is a perfect chance for the Blues to show the Mitre 10 Cup victory wasn’t the fluke we all think it was.

Bring it on, jafas!!!


Yup. Plus a new coach, some great new recruits and Ma'a Nonu desperate to win back an AB jersey. Throw in the fact that this is being played at Eden Park and the Blues have almost a full squad to choose from whilst many of the Crusaders are on an enforced All Black rest break, and this game has banana skin written all over it.


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Don’t we have 9 titles now?


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I do think the Blues will be stronger this year, but still expecting a mid table finish. Good game to get first up though, the Crusaders ramp up over the season so perhaps we can ambush them early.


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Ali's Choice wrote:
Kiwias wrote:
It is a perfect chance for the Blues to show the Mitre 10 Cup victory wasn’t the fluke we all think it was.

Bring it on, jafas!!!


Yup. Plus a new coach, some great new recruits and Ma'a Nonu desperate to win back an AB jersey. Throw in the fact that this is being played at Eden Park and the Blues have almost a full squad to choose from whilst many of the Crusaders are on an enforced All Black rest break, and this game has banana skin written all over it.



I'd be stoked if Nonu plays like he did in 2015. He played his best rugby for NZ at the end of his career. Would be great to have his experience for the RWC assuming he's up for it.


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Kiwias wrote:
It is a perfect chance for the Blues to show the Mitre 10 Cup victory wasn’t the fluke we all think it was.

Bring it on, jafas!!!

:lol:

Typical Cantab. Fluke title despite playing the best Rugby all competition.

Yet I don't see how Auckland's deserved win in the Mitre 10 Cup will translate over to the Blues when less than half the squad actually plays for Auckland.


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Fluke title despite playing the best Rugby all competition.


Them playing decent rugby is a fluke in itself.


AC....NINE ffs.


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Fluke title despite playing the best Rugby all competition.


Them playing decent rugby is a fluke in itself.


AC....NINE ffs.

Pffft. They played to their potential. Finally.

Let's face it, Canterbury Rugby is pre-eminent at the moment for two reasons.

1. A world class poaching/academy system.
2. Auckland/Blues mismanagement.


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Have you been whale watching whilst up North?


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Have you been whale watching whilst up North?

no :lol:

although I did see some British tourists on a beach. It was awful.


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Have you been whale watching whilst up North?

no :lol:

although I did see some British tourists on a beach. It was awful.

That's no way to talk about Jeff the Bear.


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The Native wrote:
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Have you been whale watching whilst up North?

no :lol:

although I did see some British tourists on a beach. It was awful.

That's no way to talk about Jeff the Bear.


I spotted a business in Whangarei that looks to be the sort of thing he'd be working for. I was sorely tempted to go in and leave a note about Manny Pacquaio being outside looking for a Mr Bear.

Northland is f**king ace :thumbup: That Mt Manaia I mentioned is out at the heads, gnarly little climb :lol:

I'm in Paihia now having a look around, Went to the the Waitangi Museum and grounds yesterday, I think that should be a pilgrimage for every Kiwi.


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Blues by 13+ 8)


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2. Auckland/Blues mismanagement.

Speaking of which, did you see the latest article coming from the camp? The utterly clueless Redman and Hanks are the next to be swept out the door. I'd accept that outcome to even a win next week.

Hats off to NZR: when they conduct a purge they don't mess around.


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guy smiley wrote:
The Native wrote:
guy smiley wrote:
The Native wrote:
Have you been whale watching whilst up North?

no :lol:

although I did see some British tourists on a beach. It was awful.

That's no way to talk about Jeff the Bear.


I spotted a business in Whangarei that looks to be the sort of thing he'd be working for. I was sorely tempted to go in and leave a note about Manny Pacquaio being outside looking for a Mr Bear.

Northland is f**king ace :thumbup: That Mt Manaia I mentioned is out at the heads, gnarly little climb :lol:

I'm in Paihia now having a look around, Went to the the Waitangi Museum and grounds yesterday, I think that should be a pilgrimage for every Kiwi.

Yeah, Northland is awesome and not too heavily populated. I like the Bay of Islands but the stretch from Omapere to Ahipara is my favourite region in the area.


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Getting back to the discussion. Canterbury/Crusaders are the most loathed sports team in the world, and for good reason. I once heard a story from my mates mate second cousin gypsy friend that he was mates with a racist. This racist liked to wear white power memorabilia and walk through Johannesburg but he'd not get touched as his mate in a Crusaders top would get roughed up instead.


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I have a bad feeling that the Blues are going to be really good this year..


Bwahahahahahahahahahahahahahahaha!!!

P.S. fudge the lot of you!


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The Blues and Hurricanes can cross off another frontline Crusader when they start game-planning for their first New Zealand derby of the Super Rugby season.

Already without captain Sam Whitelock, and All Blacks skipper Kieran Read, for the first four rounds of their title defence, Crusaders head coach Scott Robertson on Thursday confirmed hooker Codie Taylor was also set for an extended breather.

Under instruction from All Blacks management, Taylor will miss the Crusaders' season-opener against the Blues at Eden Park on February 16, followed by their home-opener against the Hurricanes in Christchurch the following week.

The fortnight off is in addition to the two mandatory games All Blacks are required to sit out this season, meaning Whitelock and Read are set to miss at least half a dozen of the Crusaders' 16 regular season fixtures. '

https://www.stuff.co.nz/sport/rugby/sup ... ugby-break


Read, Whitelock, and Taylor are all gooone for this game.

Predicted 23?

1. Perry
2. Makalio
3. Alaalatoa
4. Barrett
5. Romano
6. Taufua
7. Todd (c)
8. Douglas
9. Hall
10. Mo'unga
11. Bridge
12. Crotty
13. Goodhue
14. Mataele
15 Havili

16. Funnell
17. Moody
18. Franks
19. Strange
20. Sanders
21. Drummond
22. Hunt
23. Ennor

Tough for Franks & Moody to start after having no pre-season games, on top of injury disrupted seasons last year, so I suspect they'll be eased back through the bench. Otherwise, the backline shouldn't change much from last year, with Mataele getting the first shot at Tamanivalu's vacated wing spot, while Whetu Douglas is a welcome return. I also hope that Makalio has jumped ahead of Funnell in the pecking order after an impressive season last year.


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manasa against Akira? mm maybe move george to his wing..


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manasa against Akira? mm maybe move george to his wing..


Akira looking to partner his brother on the wing for the ABs this year?


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manasa against Akira? mm maybe move george to his wing..


Akira looking to partner his brother on the wing for the ABs this year?

There's less work to do on the wing. It makes sense he shifts there.


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True Blue wrote:
Getting back to the discussion. Canterbury/Crusaders are the most loathed sports team in the world, and for good reason.

They have some pretty heavy competition there
Australian men's cricket team (literally 20% of the world's population hate them)
New England Patriots
Saracens
NY Yankees
Real Madrid
Man U
Chelsea
Wallabies

I see the Roar has the Blues finishing 13th :lol:. I reckon 3rd Kiwi conference and 5/6th overall. Blues to beat Cru by 9 pts.


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manasa against Akira? mm maybe move george to his wing..


Akira looking to partner his brother on the wing for the ABs this year?

There's less work to do on the wing. It makes sense he shifts there.


Bit like the Bus in his last couple of years.


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Kiwias wrote:
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manasa against Akira? mm maybe move george to his wing..


Akira looking to partner his brother on the wing for the ABs this year?


he is the reverse pierre spies...


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Macrosan wrote:
True Blue wrote:
Getting back to the discussion. Canterbury/Crusaders are the most loathed sports team in the world, and for good reason.

They have some pretty heavy competition there
Australian men's cricket team (literally 20% of the world's population hate them)
New England Patriots
Saracens
NY Yankees
Real Madrid
Man U
Chelsea
Wallabies

I see the Roar has the Blues finishing 13th :lol:. I reckon 3rd Kiwi conference and 5/6th overall. Blues to beat Cru by 9 pts.


Thread Crimmed!

For f cks sakes

No one here cares about the Roar or your Wobs, f ck off


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It's going to be interesting but I can't see the Blues firing on all cylinders first game out of the blocks having just learned new playing patterns. The Crusaders more embedded structures should see them over the line. The Blues will need to work things up a bit over the first few games, but I do expect them to be improved and be a serious challenge this season.


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Blues are going to come in expecting to ambush the Saders but will end up getting spanked. These things only work for The Blues when there hasn't been a precedent :lol:

Good guys by 35


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I also hope that Makalio has jumped ahead of Funnell in the pecking order after an impressive season last year.


Makalio looks like a really good prospect. In saying that, word out of the Crusaders camp is that Ben Funnell has trained the house down over summer. He's lost fat, gained a stack of muscle and is apparently in the best shape of his career.


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The Sleeping giant is stirring, look at the lamb botherers squirm before a game has even begun. :lol: :twisted:


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I also hope that Makalio has jumped ahead of Funnell in the pecking order after an impressive season last year.


Makalio looks like a really good prospect. In saying that, word out of the Crusaders camp is that Ben Funnell has trained the house down over summer. He's lost fat, gained a stack of muscle and is apparently in the best shape of his career.


I hope so. I like Funnell, but he's never really fulfilled his potential at Super Rugby level. Hopefully he was worked on his lineout throwing.


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So what's the likely Crusaders 23? Predicting that none of the established AB's have played in the pre-season, and Whitelock, Read and Taylor are all unavailable through rest and Dagg is still injured.



My predicted 23

15. David Havili
14. Manasa Mata'ele
13. Jack Goodhue
12. Ryan Crotty
11. George Bridge
10. Mitchell Hunt
9. Bryn Hall

8. Whetukamokamo Douglas
7. Matt Todd
6. Jordan Taufua
5. Scott Barrett
4. Luke Romano
3. Mike Ala'alatoa
2. Ben Funnell
1. Tim Perry

16. Andrew Makalio
17. Owen Franks
18. Joe Moody
19. Quinten Strange
20. Ethan Blackadder
21. Mitch Drummond
22. Richie Mo'unga
23. Will Jordan


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Scott Robertson has dodged any further selection landmines ahead of his team's season opener in Auckland on Saturday night. The Crusaders' head coach watched his side get through their final pre-season fixture - a 43-38 win against the Highlanders in Southbridge last Friday night - unscathed. It means only four names will be scratched from consideration when Robertson and his assistants this week sit down to pick the 23 tasked with knocking over the Blues at Eden Park. Assistant coach Jason Ryan confirmed the franchise's All Blacks, minus Kieran Read, Sam Whitelock and Codie Taylor, were available for the match after sitting out their two pre-season games. Outside back Israel Dagg's (knee) status for the season remains murky.

Despite being barred by New Zealand Rugby from picking Taylor until week three, and Read and Whitelock until (week five) while they take extended breaks, Thursday's team sheet will be sparkling with All Blacks. Including uncapped pair Bryn Hall and Jordan Taufua, the Crusaders can still call upon 15 players who have spent time in the All Blacks. "We've got competition. To be honest with you, coming into my third year, I think the competition for places is as strong as it has ever been, and that's great because that's when players play their best rugby," forwards coach Ryan said.

"How we manage that, and how we keep everyone in that competitive environment, is crucial. Especially in the forward pack, the competition is red hot, and that's great." Ryan noted competition in the second row was particularly heated, even with captain Whitelock not set to front until the Crusaders play the Highlanders in Dunedin on March 16. It's a safe bet All Black Scott Barrett starts on Saturday, while fellow locks Luke Romano, Quinten Strange and Mitch Dunshea scrap for the two other spots in the 23. "I think lock is really red hot, we've got a good number of locks, anyone can start in Super Rugby, and anyone can finish," Ryan said. "You've got someone like Mitch Dunshea, who is champing at the bit, too, he's been sitting in the waiting room for a while. He's another young lock who is going to come on."


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Scott Robertson has dodged any further selection landmines ahead of his team's season opener in Auckland on Saturday night. The Crusaders' head coach watched his side get through their final pre-season fixture - a 43-38 win against the Highlanders in Southbridge last Friday night - unscathed. It means only four names will be scratched from consideration when Robertson and his assistants this week sit down to pick the 23 tasked with knocking over the Blues at Eden Park. Assistant coach Jason Ryan confirmed the franchise's All Blacks, minus Kieran Read, Sam Whitelock and Codie Taylor, were available for the match after sitting out their two pre-season games. Outside back Israel Dagg's (knee) status for the season remains murky.

Despite being barred by New Zealand Rugby from picking Taylor until week three, and Read and Whitelock until (week five) while they take extended breaks, Thursday's team sheet will be sparkling with All Blacks. Including uncapped pair Bryn Hall and Jordan Taufua, the Crusaders can still call upon 15 players who have spent time in the All Blacks. "We've got competition. To be honest with you, coming into my third year, I think the competition for places is as strong as it has ever been, and that's great because that's when players play their best rugby," forwards coach Ryan said.

"How we manage that, and how we keep everyone in that competitive environment, is crucial. Especially in the forward pack, the competition is red hot, and that's great." Ryan noted competition in the second row was particularly heated, even with captain Whitelock not set to front until the Crusaders play the Highlanders in Dunedin on March 16. It's a safe bet All Black Scott Barrett starts on Saturday, while fellow locks Luke Romano, Quinten Strange and Mitch Dunshea scrap for the two other spots in the 23. "I think lock is really red hot, we've got a good number of locks, anyone can start in Super Rugby, and anyone can finish," Ryan said. "You've got someone like Mitch Dunshea, who is champing at the bit, too, he's been sitting in the waiting room for a while. He's another young lock who is going to come on."


https://www.stuff.co.nz/sport/rugby/sup ... inst-blues



The reality is that aside form Sam Whitelock, our best performers over the past two title winning years have not been established All Blacks. These players have tended to be injured, rested or be down on form.

Our best performers in the 2017 and 2018 seasons were our 2nd tier and fringe All Black players. Players such as Richie Mo'unga, Bryn Hall, Jordan Taufua, Mitch Drummond, Matt Todd, Seta Tamanivalu, George Bridge, David Havili, Mana Mata'ele, Jack Goodhue, Pete Samu, Whetu Dougalas, Andrew Makalio, Mitch Hunt and Alala'alatoa have been the players who have carried this team to back to back titles. More experienced and established All Blacks such as Kieran Read, Owen Franks, Israel Dagg and Joe Moody have been very quiet during this period of success.


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Fcuk this thread and fcuk super rugby.


All I know is Auckland are the reigning NPC champs who play great eye catching rugby. And we beat the Cantabs doing it. Fcuk them.


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Fcuk this thread and fcuk super rugby.


All I know is Auckland are the reigning NPC champs who play great eye catching rugby. And we beat the Cantabs doing it. Fcuk them.


Thread Special K'd!!! Proving he doesn't know the difference between NPC and Super Rugby.


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Kiwias wrote:
kovana wrote:
Fcuk this thread and fcuk super rugby.


All I know is Auckland are the reigning NPC champs who play great eye catching rugby. And we beat the Cantabs doing it. Fcuk them.


Thread Special K'd!!! Proving he doesn't know the difference between NPC and Super Rugby.

Read it again with both eyes open ;)


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The Native wrote:
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kovana wrote:
Fcuk this thread and fcuk super rugby.


All I know is Auckland are the reigning NPC champs who play great eye catching rugby. And we beat the Cantabs doing it. Fcuk them.


Thread Special K'd!!! Proving he doesn't know the difference between NPC and Super Rugby.

Read it again with both eyes open ;)


Are you trying to force me to read one of SpecialK's posts more than once? Too cruel!


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