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PostPosted: Tue Feb 12, 2019 3:07 am 
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I hope this game is horrible for Canterbury. I hope it awakes the beast in the Blues and they tear apart the Crusaders like it's a scene out of some shitty low budget slasher movie. I hope Canterbury witness the horror of their teams gaping and vow to never attend another game ever again. And that year after year, decade after decade, Auckland come down to what is left of Canterbury and ream their team six ways come sunday in front of not a single soul. Just a vast empty stadium, lacking in all hope. I hope this happens.


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In fact, I want Feb 16, 2019 to be forever known as "The Gaping" in Canterbury.


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Match Blues v Crusaders @ Eden Park, Auckland
Date Saturday 16 February
Kick-off 19:35 local
Referee Nick Briant
AR1 Federico Anselmi
AR2 Dan Waenga
TMO Ben Skeen


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In fact, I want Feb 16, 2019 to be forever known as "The Gaping" in Canterbury.

I would call something that bad the Day We Became Auckland.


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I hope this game is horrible for Canterbury. I hope it awakes the beast in the Blues and they tear apart the Crusaders like it's a scene out of some shitty low budget slasher movie. I hope Canterbury witness the horror of their teams gaping and vow to never attend another game ever again. And that year after year, decade after decade, Auckland come down to what is left of Canterbury and ream their team six ways come sunday in front of not a single soul. Just a vast empty stadium, lacking in all hope. I hope this happens.

Being reamed in front of a vast empty stadium, lacking in hope ... the tag line for the Blues since 2011.*

* I am a bit worried about them this year.


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PostPosted: Tue Feb 12, 2019 4:58 am 
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Blues $3.23 - Crusaders $1.35


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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


I'd have Ennor over Jordan as the 'incumbent' 23 given he came off the bench in the semi and final last year, but I'm really excited to see what Jordan can do this season. Wouldn't be surprised if he overtakes Havili before the end of the season.

Think it'd be too much of a risk not to start Mo'unga away from home vs a resurgent Blues team in the first game of the season.


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Blues $3.23 - Crusaders $1.35


That's it... we're f**ked.


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I guess there's a chance we could pull off an upset win in similar fashion to Tana's first game in charge in 2016 when we took down the reigning champions the Highlanders. Unfortunately our season went down hill from there and we haven't beaten a NZ team since! :shock:

fudge me when I put it like that we've got no chance! But if we did pull off an upset win it would be great to get that monkey off our back. Come on Blues, make Eden Park Great (for Auckland teams) Again. 8)


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You're a Blues' supporter as well? :(

Dude, we're going to get quite drunk one day.


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PostPosted: Tue Feb 12, 2019 6:46 am 
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mrbrownstone wrote:
Ali's Choice wrote:
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


I'd have Ennor over Jordan as the 'incumbent' 23 given he came off the bench in the semi and final last year, but I'm really excited to see what Jordan can do this season. Wouldn't be surprised if he overtakes Havili before the end of the season.

Think it'd be too much of a risk not to start Mo'unga away from home vs a resurgent Blues team in the first game of the season.


Is Tom Sanders available? Not sure who I would have him in for, though. And yes, I would definitely prefer Mo'unga starting.


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PostPosted: Tue Feb 12, 2019 7:16 am 
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I feel for these young Blues fans that are getting their hopes up.

An 0-3 start awaits, and a "mathematically not out of the playoffs" will soon follow.

At least Auckland won the title last year, so I'm good.

Hope no ABs get injured. :thumbup:


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PostPosted: Tue Feb 12, 2019 7:19 am 
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As much as I’ve enjoyed the blues recent (lack of) form, I really hope they tear the saders a new one.


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Super rugby, meh, might start watching in May. :thumbup:

Interesting some Cantabs have brought up the off topic point of Auckland's glorious victory last year. Must have stung a bit on some level...


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You're a Blues' supporter as well? :(

Dude, we're going to get quite drunk one day.


Proud to support NZ's second most successful franchise. 8)


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Kiwias wrote:
mrbrownstone wrote:
Ali's Choice wrote:
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


I'd have Ennor over Jordan as the 'incumbent' 23 given he came off the bench in the semi and final last year, but I'm really excited to see what Jordan can do this season. Wouldn't be surprised if he overtakes Havili before the end of the season.

Think it'd be too much of a risk not to start Mo'unga away from home vs a resurgent Blues team in the first game of the season.


Is Tom Sanders available? Not sure who I would have him in for, though. And yes, I would definitely prefer Mo'unga starting.


He played in the trial game vs the Highlanders (and scored two tries) so he seems to be. Will probably be a shootout between Sanders and Blackadder for a bench spot. I like Sanders, but he's injury prone and I like what I've seen from Blackadder so far, so I'd probably give him the nod. Fingers crossed Sanders can string together an injury-free season though.


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I guess there's a chance we could pull off an upset win in similar fashion to Tana's first game in charge in 2016 when we took down the reigning champions the Highlanders. Unfortunately our season went down hill from there and we haven't beaten a NZ team since! :shock:

fudge me when I put it like that we've got no chance! But if we did pull off an upset win it would be great to get that monkey off our back. Come on Blues, make Eden Park Great (for Auckland teams) Again. 8)


I thought the Auckland NPC team made Eden Park great for Auckland teams again... :?


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Kiwias wrote:
Is Tom Sanders available? Not sure who I would have him in for, though. And yes, I would definitely prefer Mo'unga starting.


He played in the trial game vs the Highlanders (and scored two tries) so he seems to be. Will probably be a shootout between Sanders and Blackadder for a bench spot. I like Sanders, but he's injury prone and I like what I've seen from Blackadder so far, so I'd probably give him the nod. Fingers crossed Sanders can string together an injury-free season though.


Thanks. I like the depth we have in the backrow.


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I just hope Auckland fans with their new sense of pride and passion can at least fill half of the stadium...


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I just hope Auckland fans with their new sense of pride and passion can at least fill half of the stadium...

Quite easy to take a jab when you're stadium can be filled with a couple of bus loads.


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I just hope Auckland fans with their new sense of pride and passion can at least fill half of the stadium...

But will they go if they have to pay?


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This year is the year that

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I might even find my way to a pub somewhere to watch this match. 5.35PM AEST.


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maxbox wrote:
booji boy wrote:
I guess there's a chance we could pull off an upset win in similar fashion to Tana's first game in charge in 2016 when we took down the reigning champions the Highlanders. Unfortunately our season went down hill from there and we haven't beaten a NZ team since! :shock:

fudge me when I put it like that we've got no chance! But if we did pull off an upset win it would be great to get that monkey off our back. Come on Blues, make Eden Park Great (for Auckland teams) Again. 8)


I thought the Auckland NPC team made Eden Park great for Auckland teams again... :?


They did for the Mitre 10 Cup. But now we need the Blues to step up too! :thumbup:


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Will be very interesting to see the teams both coaches name. I expect lots of less experienced players to be named in both squads. And I think a fair few AB's will be named on the benches.


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BLUES: 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.
Reserves: 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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That’s a pretty good 23 :thumbup:


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That’s a pretty good 23 :thumbup:


Yes, the strongest 23 the Blue have fielded for a few seasons.

Interesting that the Crusaders have been forced, against their will, to rest senior players but the Blues seem to have access to any player they choose? Surely Reiko Ioane is deserved of as much rest as Kieran Read, who missed half of last season anyway?


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That’s a pretty good 23 :thumbup:


Yes, the strongest 23 the Blue have fielded for a few seasons.

Interesting that the Crusaders have been forced, against their will, to rest senior players but the Blues seem to have access to any player they choose? Surely Reiko Ioane is deserved of as much rest as Kieran Read, who missed half of last season anyway?


I think it’s more Reiko’s commitment to the blues, where as saders abs don’t give a shit about the saders and couldn’t care less if they played for them or not. Saders is just their selfish vehicle to becoming an ab. Nothing more, nothing less. Read has re-signed with Counties, where his true loyalties lie. Whitelock will probably end his career at the Poo. Just blow ins


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That’s a pretty good 23 :thumbup:


Yes, the strongest 23 the Blue have fielded for a few seasons.

Interesting that the Crusaders have been forced, against their will, to rest senior players but the Blues seem to have access to any player they choose? Surely Reiko Ioane is deserved of as much rest as Kieran Read, who missed half of last season anyway?


I suppose the teams can schedule their ABs as they see fit, within the rules agreed to

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The deal to which everyone has agreed is that those All Blacks who toured Europe in November can't play any pre-season games, they can't play more than five games consecutively, need to miss a minimum of two games in the campaign and when they are sitting out, they shouldn't train with the squad or be involved in the strategical planning.

https://www.nzherald.co.nz/rugby/news/article.cfm?c_id=80&objectid=12203024


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BLUES: 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.
Reserves: 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.


Not convinced about that front row but the rest of the team looks a solid unit.


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Jensrsa wrote:
BLUES: 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.
Reserves: 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.


Not convinced about that front row but the rest of the team looks a solid unit.
yeah my biggest concern as well. However bench front row :thumbup:


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Not bad when you can bring 4 ABs off the bench.


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Jensrsa wrote:
BLUES: 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.
Reserves: 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.


Why is Big Karl and Ofa on the bench? (general question to anyone who knows) Are they still under the All Black rest period thingy?


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Not bad when you can bring 4 ABs off the bench.


Imagine the frantic rage douche must be feeling to see Nonu in the starting XV ahead of SBW in his first match back in NZ. :lol: :lol: :lol:


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mrbrownstone wrote:
Not bad when you can bring 4 ABs off the bench.


Imagine the frantic rage douche must be feeling to see Nonu in the starting XV ahead of SBW in his first match back in NZ. :lol: :lol: :lol:


:lol: :lol: :lol:


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That’s a pretty good 23 :thumbup:


Yes, the strongest 23 the Blue have fielded for a few seasons.

Interesting that the Crusaders have been forced, against their will, to rest senior players but the Blues seem to have access to any player they choose? Surely Reiko Ioane is deserved of as much rest as Kieran Read, who missed half of last season anyway?


A winger in his early twenties vs a seasoned veteran No.8 in his thirties? I think Read needs more rest, rotation and careful management than Reiko at this stage of their respective careers.


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booji boy wrote:
I guess there's a chance we could pull off an upset win in similar fashion to Tana's first game in charge in 2016 when we took down the reigning champions the Highlanders. Unfortunately our season went down hill from there and we haven't beaten a NZ team since! :shock:

fudge me when I put it like that we've got no chance! But if we did pull off an upset win it would be great to get that monkey off our back. Come on Blues, make Eden Park Great (for Auckland teams) Again. 8)


I thought the Auckland NPC team made Eden Park great for Auckland teams again... :?


They did for the Mitre 10 Cup. But now we need the Blues to step up too! :thumbup:


Mitre 10 can get f cked, it will always be the NPC to me mate :nod:

That being said I would love an AB talent laden Blues to step up this year and prove their detractors wrong for the first time in about 16 years, and this is coming from a staunch crusader hard c nt like myself


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As a Lander I’m hoping the Blues deal to the lamb shaggers. More so a Saders lose will keep them in the pack at least early. Also to see the Blues delivering again to get some guts and believe in their squad to kick on for AB depth and strength.
That Blues team has ability in both the pack, accepting that the Saders will have an advantage in the front row, and the outer backs. The concern is the Blues half and first five. Akira has the brute but needs to step up with leadership of his loosies to give his halves a safe ride and link to his backs. Hopefully he can do that and accept the humility over a few beers with his young bro later that it was his pack leadership from eight that allowed his sibling to collect all those easy tries...


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Just heard the Crusaders team on the radio. Round two of the NPC final coming up. Is it still cricket season?


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Robertson not taking the Blues lightly!!

Crusaders:
David Havili,
Manasa Mataele,
Braydon Ennor,
Ryan Crotty,
George Bridge,
Richie Mo'unga,
Bryn Hall,
Whetukamokamo Douglas,
Matt Todd (c),
Jordan Taufua,
Quinten Strange,
Scott Barrett,
Owen Franks,
Andrew Makalio,
Joe Moody.

Reserves: Ben Funnell, Tim Perry, Michael Alaalatoa, Luke Romano, Tom Sanders, Mitchell Drummond, Mitchell Hunt, Will Jordan.


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