Best Second Row Ever NEW!!

Discussion in 'General Rugby Union' started by SecondRow04, Feb 7, 2007.

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Best Second Rower Ever

  1. Martin Johnson (England)

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  2. John Eales (Australia)

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  3. Willie John McBribe (Ireland)

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  4. Collin Meads (New Zealand)

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  5. Gordon Brown (Scotland)

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  6. Frik Du Preez (South Africa)

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  7. Olivier Merle (France)

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  8. Other (Comment Other Choice)

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  1. SecondRow04

    SecondRow04 Guest

    Here it is the updated version!!!

    enjoy
     
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  3. Juggernaut

    Juggernaut Guest

    Here is a quote from the legendary All Black great Colin 'Pinetree' Meads in the final test at Eden Park against the Springboks of 1965 typified his attitude towards game and country in this exchange with his younger brother who lay on the ground in agony.

    Colin: How are you?

    Stan: Not bloody good.

    Colin: Well, You'd better get yourself right. In one minute's time you and I have to lock a New Zealand scrum together and we're not going backward.


    :bravo:
     
  4. getofmeland

    getofmeland Guest

    I would have to say Johnno, but more on his Inspiration Captainship and Skill Combined... Without him we would not of Won the World Cup and English Rugby Would not of been the same, but there are valid arguements for all the players on the list...
     
  5. Caledfwlch

    Caledfwlch Guest

    In theory a flanker and winger should be looking to hit the same angles if they are looking to break the line.

    In reality though, a winger will be hitting the ball at more pace and so does not need to be quite so precise with the angle (assuming we aren't talking world class defense). A flanker will need to time his run prefectly and rely on strength to break the line.
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    any videos?
     
  6. PeeJay

    PeeJay Guest

    I don't know who this McBribe fellow is, but if he's anything like W. J. McBride, I'll vote for him :p
     
  7. Juggernaut

    Juggernaut Guest

    In theory a flanker and winger should be looking to hit the same angles if they are looking to break the line.

    In reality though, a winger will be hitting the ball at more pace and so does not need to be quite so precise with the angle (assuming we aren't talking world class defense). A flanker will need to time his run prefectly and rely on strength to break the line.
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    any videos?
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    are you on the **** already???
     
  8. melon

    melon Guest

    John "Nobody" Eales!

    He could kick as well as anyone is his day aswell as being the best second rower of all time (extremely close with Mead, McBride and Johnson)
     
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