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 Post subject: Re: Baby Boks
PostPosted: Wed Jun 14, 2017 7:04 pm 
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I haven't watched any of the Baby Boks games, but I can't believe how the knives are out for Bosch. There is even a journo on News24 saying he's not up to it.

How is it that he can excel so much in Super Rugby yet not so much in U20 rugby? To give him the benefit of the doubt, perhaps it's because he doesn't have the same quality players around him.

It's quite bizarre really. Was it Catman who said Bosch should fark off to France? Are we not possibly being being too hard on these boys.

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 Post subject: Re: Baby Boks
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I haven't watched any of the Baby Boks games, but I can't believe how the knives are out for Bosch. There is even a journo on News24 saying he's not up to it.

How is it that he can excel so much in Super Rugby yet not so much in U20 rugby? To give him the benefit of the doubt, perhaps it's because he doesn't have the same quality players around him.

It's quite bizarre really. Was it Catman who said Bosch should fark off to France? Are we not possibly being being too hard on these boys.


assfly, if it's the same article I'm thinking of...didn't it simply suggest that he's not quite ready for test rugby but that he will be?


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 Post subject: Re: Baby Boks
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I haven't watched any of the Baby Boks games, but I can't believe how the knives are out for Bosch. There is even a journo on News24 saying he's not up to it.

How is it that he can excel so much in Super Rugby yet not so much in U20 rugby? To give him the benefit of the doubt, perhaps it's because he doesn't have the same quality players around him.

It's quite bizarre really. Was it Catman who said Bosch should fark off to France? Are we not possibly being being too hard on these boys.


assfly, if it's the same article I'm thinking of...didn't it simply suggest that he's not quite ready for test rugby but that he will be?


A bit of getting back at Sards, I think, who wants him in the Bok team, but the article was really about him not being ready yet, something many of us have been saying. He still has to sort out his defence and his game management.


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 Post subject: Re: Baby Boks
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I haven't watched any of the Baby Boks games, but I can't believe how the knives are out for Bosch. There is even a journo on News24 saying he's not up to it.

How is it that he can excel so much in Super Rugby yet not so much in U20 rugby? To give him the benefit of the doubt, perhaps it's because he doesn't have the same quality players around him.

It's quite bizarre really. Was it Catman who said Bosch should fark off to France? Are we not possibly being being too hard on these boys.


assfly, if it's the same article I'm thinking of...didn't it simply suggest that he's not quite ready for test rugby but that he will be?


A bit of getting back at Sards, I think, who wants him in the Bok team, but the article was really about him not being ready yet, something many of us have been saying. He still has to sort out his defence and his game management.


Correct, I didn't see it as a harsh article at all.


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 Post subject: Re: Baby Boks
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assfly, if it's the same article I'm thinking of...didn't it simply suggest that he's not quite ready for test rugby but that he will be?


http://www.sport24.co.za/Rugby/Springbo ... t-20170614

I thought it was harsh. He's a teenager ffs, and the hype around him is based on some amazing performances against teams much stronger than what he's just faced.

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While he has been exceptional in Super Rugby, Bosch certainly didn't look a cut above any of the other international flyhalves from top-tier nations doing the rounds in Georgia.


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Perhaps arriving at the tournament that confident was his ultimate downfall. Perhaps he underestimated the opposition.


I would like to see him nurtured into the Boks slowly, not necessarily playing for them this year. But somehow I can't see Kiwi scribes writing articles like this about Barrit or Carter when they were 19.


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 Post subject: Re: Baby Boks
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I hate it when rugby people in SA say we have the best young players in the world by far when it is obvious that we don't.


The Baby Boks missed out on the final because the backs had a bad day . Their execution was poor, their decision making was poor and they just didn't gel today. Still, they only lost by 2 points to the 6N champions.

Tough luck to them but to write them off is ludicrous

Don't mean to rain on your parade but that was a much weakened version of the side that won the 6N's. Not a vintage year for England at all.


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 Post subject: Re: Baby Boks
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assfly wrote:
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assfly, if it's the same article I'm thinking of...didn't it simply suggest that he's not quite ready for test rugby but that he will be?


http://www.sport24.co.za/Rugby/Springbo ... t-20170614

I thought it was harsh. He's a teenager ffs, and the hype around him is based on some amazing performances against teams much stronger than what he's just faced.

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While he has been exceptional in Super Rugby, Bosch certainly didn't look a cut above any of the other international flyhalves from top-tier nations doing the rounds in Georgia.


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Perhaps arriving at the tournament that confident was his ultimate downfall. Perhaps he underestimated the opposition.


I would like to see him nurtured into the Boks slowly, not necessarily playing for them this year. But somehow I can't see Kiwi scribes writing articles like this about Barrit or Carter when they were 19.


TBH, the England flyhalf was a step or two above him on the day - same age and both on their 2nd JRWCs.

Unfortunately us Saffers, journos and supporters, tend to write players off very quickly


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 Post subject: Re: Baby Boks
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Jensrsa wrote:
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assfly, if it's the same article I'm thinking of...didn't it simply suggest that he's not quite ready for test rugby but that he will be?


http://www.sport24.co.za/Rugby/Springbo ... t-20170614

I thought it was harsh. He's a teenager ffs, and the hype around him is based on some amazing performances against teams much stronger than what he's just faced.

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While he has been exceptional in Super Rugby, Bosch certainly didn't look a cut above any of the other international flyhalves from top-tier nations doing the rounds in Georgia.


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Perhaps arriving at the tournament that confident was his ultimate downfall. Perhaps he underestimated the opposition.


I would like to see him nurtured into the Boks slowly, not necessarily playing for them this year. But somehow I can't see Kiwi scribes writing articles like this about Barrit or Carter when they were 19.


TBH, the England flyhalf was a step or two above him on the day - same age and both on their 2nd JRWCs

Malins is a real quality fly-half. No shame in being outshone by him.


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 Post subject: Re: Baby Boks
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If I remember correctly we've struggled against them in the past?

Strange to think we've got schools like Paarl, KES, Monument, Michaelhouse producing stars, and England have kids that don't really go to school, smoke on park benches and drink cider.


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 Post subject: Re: Baby Boks
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I hate it when rugby people in SA say we have the best young players in the world by far when it is obvious that we don't.


The Baby Boks missed out on the final because the backs had a bad day . Their execution was poor, their decision making was poor and they just didn't gel today. Still, they only lost by 2 points to the 6N champions.

Tough luck to them but to write them off is ludicrous

Don't mean to rain on your parade but that was a much weakened version of the side that won the 6N's. Not a vintage year for England at all.


Which team played the 6N? England u20 And the JRWC? England u20. Personnel changes are irrelevant for the record books


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 Post subject: Re: Baby Boks
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Anonymous. wrote:
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assfly wrote:
saffer13 wrote:
assfly, if it's the same article I'm thinking of...didn't it simply suggest that he's not quite ready for test rugby but that he will be?


http://www.sport24.co.za/Rugby/Springbo ... t-20170614

I thought it was harsh. He's a teenager ffs, and the hype around him is based on some amazing performances against teams much stronger than what he's just faced.

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While he has been exceptional in Super Rugby, Bosch certainly didn't look a cut above any of the other international flyhalves from top-tier nations doing the rounds in Georgia.


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Perhaps arriving at the tournament that confident was his ultimate downfall. Perhaps he underestimated the opposition.


I would like to see him nurtured into the Boks slowly, not necessarily playing for them this year. But somehow I can't see Kiwi scribes writing articles like this about Barrit or Carter when they were 19.


TBH, the England flyhalf was a step or two above him on the day - same age and both on their 2nd JRWCs

Malins is a real quality fly-half. No shame in being outshone by him.


I think what we all are saying, including the journo but except Sards, he's not ready for test rugby yet. Let him develop his talents and fix his faults. Even RdP doesn't feel he's ready for Bok rugby yet


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 Post subject: Re: Baby Boks
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If I remember correctly we've struggled against them in the past?

Strange to think we've got schools like Paarl, KES, Monument, Michaelhouse producing stars, and England have kids that don't really go to school, smoke on park benches and drink cider.

The timing of the tournament play a huge role. Our players haven't played competitive rugby all year. They come off their season.

The SH needs an U20 tournament leading into the U20 WC.


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 Post subject: Re: Baby Boks
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That's how sad you are. If I rate a player you will slag him off just to make a point against me. That's being a doos.
And the fact that he's a threat to Junktjies if Junktjies doesn't get his shit together


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 Post subject: Re: Baby Boks
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Our coach was appointed only a month ago.


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 Post subject: Re: Baby Boks
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Our coach was appointed only a month ago.

Chean yes. Who are the assistants


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 Post subject: Re: Baby Boks
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If I remember correctly we've struggled against them in the past?

Strange to think we've got schools like Paarl, KES, Monument, Michaelhouse producing stars, and England have kids that don't really go to school, smoke on park benches and drink cider.

The timing of the tournament play a huge role. Our players haven't played competitive rugby all year. They come off their season.

The SH needs an U20 tournament leading into the U20 WC.


BS. Our players have been to practice camps and played matches since March, including a match against the Varsity Cup Dream Team


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 Post subject: Re: Baby Boks
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That's how sad you are. If I rate a player you will slag him off just to make a point against me. That's being a doos.
And the fact that he's a threat to Junktjies if Junktjies doesn't get his shit together


No, you want to make him a Bok and he proved that he's not ready to step up yet. Simple as that. Slagging you off though is for fun :)


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 Post subject: Re: Baby Boks
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That's how sad you are. If I rate a player you will slag him off just to make a point against me. That's being a doos.
And the fact that he's a threat to Junktjies if Junktjies doesn't get his shit together


No, you want to make him a Bok and he proved that he's not ready to step up yet. Simple as that. Slagging you off though is for fun :)

So you are laying the blame for the loss at his feet.


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 Post subject: Re: Baby Boks
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Sards wrote:
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That's how sad you are. If I rate a player you will slag him off just to make a point against me. That's being a doos.
And the fact that he's a threat to Junktjies if Junktjies doesn't get his shit together


No, you want to make him a Bok and he proved that he's not ready to step up yet. Simple as that. Slagging you off though is for fun :)

So you are laying the blame for the loss at his feet.


You blamed Libbok but the Bokkies were leading by 5 with 5 minutes to go, on attack in enemy territory, when Bosch decided on an ill conceived and poorly executed drop goal which put England back on attack leading up to them eventually scoring the winning try. He wasn't the sole cause of the loss but he was a major contributor to it. Accept it.


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 Post subject: Re: Baby Boks
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Jensrsa wrote:
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That's how sad you are. If I rate a player you will slag him off just to make a point against me. That's being a doos.
And the fact that he's a threat to Junktjies if Junktjies doesn't get his shit together


No, you want to make him a Bok and he proved that he's not ready to step up yet. Simple as that. Slagging you off though is for fun :)

So you are laying the blame for the loss at his feet.


You blamed Libbok but the Bokkies were leading by 5 with 5 minutes to go, on attack in enemy territory, when Bosch decided on an ill conceived and poorly executed drop goal which put England back on attack leading up to them eventually scoring the winning try. He wasn't the sole cause of the loss but he was a major contributor to it. Accept it.

What......did you watch the match.

The drop goal attempt was at the end . After the try was scored.


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Apparently the English backline was almost 20 kgs per man heavier than our boys


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 Post subject: Re: Baby Boks
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Jensrsa wrote:
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I hate it when rugby people in SA say we have the best young players in the world by far when it is obvious that we don't.


The Baby Boks missed out on the final because the backs had a bad day . Their execution was poor, their decision making was poor and they just didn't gel today. Still, they only lost by 2 points to the 6N champions.

Tough luck to them but to write them off is ludicrous

Don't mean to rain on your parade but that was a much weakened version of the side that won the 6N's. Not a vintage year for England at all.


Which team played the 6N? England u20 And the JRWC? England u20. Personnel changes are irrelevant for the record books


It's entirely relevant when comparing the relative strength of our juniors. Losing to a weakened English side is concerning.


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 Post subject: Re: Baby Boks
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Sards wrote:
Jensrsa wrote:
Sards wrote:
Jensrsa wrote:
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That's how sad you are. If I rate a player you will slag him off just to make a point against me. That's being a doos.
And the fact that he's a threat to Junktjies if Junktjies doesn't get his shit together


No, you want to make him a Bok and he proved that he's not ready to step up yet. Simple as that. Slagging you off though is for fun :)

So you are laying the blame for the loss at his feet.


You blamed Libbok but the Bokkies were leading by 5 with 5 minutes to go, on attack in enemy territory, when Bosch decided on an ill conceived and poorly executed drop goal which put England back on attack leading up to them eventually scoring the winning try. He wasn't the sole cause of the loss but he was a major contributor to it. Accept it.

What......did you watch the match.

The drop goal attempt was at the end . After the try was scored.


You're right, the drop goal attempt was after the try. My mistake. This doesn't change the fact that it was a poor decision given the situation in the game at the time with time still on the clock and the Bokkies in control inside the England half.


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No, you want to make him a Bok and he proved that he's not ready to step up yet. Simple as that. Slagging you off though is for fun :)

So you are laying the blame for the loss at his feet.


You blamed Libbok but the Bokkies were leading by 5 with 5 minutes to go, on attack in enemy territory, when Bosch decided on an ill conceived and poorly executed drop goal which put England back on attack leading up to them eventually scoring the winning try. He wasn't the sole cause of the loss but he was a major contributor to it. Accept it.

What......did you watch the match.

The drop goal attempt was at the end . After the try was scored.


You're right, the drop goal attempt was after the try. My mistake. This doesn't change the fact that it was a poor decision given the situation in the game at the time with time still on the clock and the Bokkies in control inside the England half.

It just goes to show that you talk shit to try and degrade a player


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How did I "degrade" him? At most I "downgraded" him to "Not ready to be a Bok yet".


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It just goes to show that you talk shit to try and degrade a player


How did I "degrade" him? At most I "downgraded" him to "Not ready to be a Bok yet".


You said his drop kick led to a try that lost the baby boks the match and he was a major contributor to the loss.


Maybe that is not clear in your mind but in my mind that is a personal attack on the player. Unwarranted and factually incorrect


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It just goes to show that you talk shit to try and degrade a player


How did I "degrade" him? At most I "downgraded" him to "Not ready to be a Bok yet".


You said his drop kick led to a try that lost the baby boks the match and he was a major contributor to the loss.


Maybe that is not clear in your mind but in my mind that is a personal attack on the player. Unwarranted and factually incorrect

To be honest, that drop goal attemps were stupid and cost us the semi final.


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It just goes to show that you talk shit to try and degrade a player


How did I "degrade" him? At most I "downgraded" him to "Not ready to be a Bok yet".


You said his drop kick led to a try that lost the baby boks the match and he was a major contributor to the loss.


Maybe that is not clear in your mind but in my mind that is a personal attack on the player. Unwarranted and factually incorrect

To be honest, that drop goal attemps were stupid and cost us the semi final.

And Libbok playing the last 15 minutes like it was the first time he was on a rugby field.


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It just goes to show that you talk shit to try and degrade a player


How did I "degrade" him? At most I "downgraded" him to "Not ready to be a Bok yet".


You said his drop kick led to a try that lost the baby boks the match and he was a major contributor to the loss.


Maybe that is not clear in your mind but in my mind that is a personal attack on the player. Unwarranted and factually incorrect

To be honest, that drop goal attemps were stupid and cost us the semi final.


TBH Libboks overcooked kick and the resulting try cost us the game...everything thereafter was despersate stuff to try and recover the lead in a very limited time............we can blame....the scrumhalf for not passing to the backline or the forwards...the forwards for not asking for the ball....the scrumhalf for a delayed pass which put Curwin under pressure...Jensra for being a dick about Curwin...Yankee for not watching the game again...Ouboet for talking up Lecock....Sandyvagina for being a doos.


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Sards wrote:
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It just goes to show that you talk shit to try and degrade a player


How did I "degrade" him? At most I "downgraded" him to "Not ready to be a Bok yet".


You said his drop kick led to a try that lost the baby boks the match and he was a major contributor to the loss.


Maybe that is not clear in your mind but in my mind that is a personal attack on the player. Unwarranted and factually incorrect

To be honest, that drop goal attemps were stupid and cost us the semi final.


TBH Libboks overcooked kick and the resulting try cost us the game...everything thereafter was despersate stuff to try and recover the lead in a very limited time............we can blame....the scrumhalf for not passing to the backline or the forwards...the forwards for not asking for the ball....the scrumhalf for a delayed pass which put Curwin under pressure...Jensra for being a dick about Curwin...Yankee for not watching the game again...Ouboet for talking up Lecock....Sandyvagina for being a doos.


I watched the last 30 minutes...enough to see why we lost the match.


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We won today easier then the previous France game. Look like Manie Libbok in 10 the difference. :?


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Apparently the English backline was almost 20 kgs per man heavier than our boys


Nonsense.


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will play against Georgia u20 at Markotter tonight

South Africa Under-20: 15 Gianni Lombard (Golden Lions), 14 Tyrone Green ((Golden Lions), 13 Wandisile Simelane (Golden Lions), 12 Rikus Pretorius (Western Province), 11 Sihle Njezula (Western Province), 10 Lubabalo Dobela (Free State), 9 Rewan Kruger (Free State), 8 Muller Uys (Western Province), 7 PJ Steenkamp (Golden Lions), 6 Dian Schoonees (Golden Lions), 5 Ruan Nortjé (Blue Bulls), 4 Salmaan Moerat (Western Province) (captain), 3 Sazi Sandi (Western Province), 2 Schalk Erasmus (Western Province), 1 Alulutho Tshakweni (Eastern Province)
Replacements: 16 PJ Botha (Golden Lions), 17 Nkosikhona Masuku (Golden Lions), 18 Cohen Kiewit (Golden Lions), 19 JC Pretorius (Blue Bulls), 20 Phendulani Buthelezi (Sharks), 21 Zak Burger Sharks), 22 Abner van Reenen (Western Province), 23 Lyle Hendricks (Western Province).

Georgia Under-20 squad: Gela Aprasidze, Mikheil Babunashvili, Demur Epremidze, Otar Giorgadze, Luka Goginava, Beka Gorgadze, Sandro Iluridze, Giorgi Javakhia, Guram Kandaurashvili, Giga Khuroshvili, Giorgi Koshadze, Giorgi Kveseladze, Vasil Lobzhanidze, Tornike Mataradze, Giorgi Melikidze, Sandro Merkvilishvili, Davit Meskhi, Lado Miminoshvili, Mirian Modebadze, Davit Modzghvrishvili, Nika Neparidze, Lasha Sajaia, Ilia Spanderashvili, Irakli Svanidze, Rati Shanidze, Lasha Tabidze, Irakli Tskhadadze, Giorgi Tsutskiridze

Referee: Cwengile Jadezweni (South Africa)

The match kicks off at 16.00 and entrance is free.

Good to see Zakkie still at the Sharks.


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Fok oom moet jy heeltyd op ou freds post?

Al die nuus is hier viewtopic.php?f=3&t=82927&hilit=2018+jrwc


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Jammer Jens, maar daar is te veel volksvreemdes wat hul kak post op daai draad. Ek wil graag hierdie een vir ons hou om ons laaities se vordering te bespreek.

Altho the score was close I feel we have won the match easily. Even with 14 at the end we nearly score and kept attacking which was nice to see. I To single out players are unfair but we will improve playing as a team. I do believe that this team have lots of talent, waiting to explode. One match at a time and Ireland wont be easy.


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OomPB wrote:
Jammer Jens, maar daar is te veel volksvreemdes wat hul kak post op daai draad. Ek wil graag hierdie een vir ons hou om ons laaities se vordering te bespreek.

Altho the score was close I feel we have won the match easily. Even with 14 at the end we nearly score and kept attacking which was nice to see. I To single out players are unfair but we will improve playing as a team. I do believe that this team have lots of talent, waiting to explode. One match at a time and Ireland wont be easy.

:lol:

We nearly lost to Georgia!


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 Post subject: Re: Baby Boks
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handyman wrote:
OomPB wrote:
Jammer Jens, maar daar is te veel volksvreemdes wat hul kak post op daai draad. Ek wil graag hierdie een vir ons hou om ons laaities se vordering te bespreek.

Altho the score was close I feel we have won the match easily. Even with 14 at the end we nearly score and kept attacking which was nice to see. I To single out players are unfair but we will improve playing as a team. I do believe that this team have lots of talent, waiting to explode. One match at a time and Ireland wont be easy.

:lol:

We nearly lost to Georgia!

We havent lost. In these tournaments its always good to scrape through in the round robins. When the real tournament (business end) start, you need to peak. You know Willemse, he struggled last night but you know he can play at the highest level. The same for most of them. Get positive for a change. You are going to get the same thing with Rassie and the Springboks. To be negative means vokol, then you should never watch / play sport.


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We were shocking in the first half, but much improved in the second. People forget that twice we breached the tryline only to be called back by the TMO (Double movement & obstruction). We could have been out of sight .

Our replacements made a very strong impact.


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 Post subject: Re: Baby Boks
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We were shocking in the first half, but much improved in the second. People forget that twice we breached the tryline only to be called back by the TMO (Double movement & obstruction). We could have been out of sight .

Our replacements made a very strong impact.

:thumbup: The reffing was shocking to say the least.


Look like Sardyntjie & Handyman only watched the first half.

I must single out the replacement fatty. He made a massive difference.


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