Organising/communication as a 10 So a couple early in the season I was asked to switch from 12 to 10 and I’ve enjoyed it. After assessing my game over the last few months, I think it’s fair to say I’m not the fastest 10 and I’m not a maverick type player who’s going to throw long passes round my back or through my legs etc. However, I feel my skill set is pretty strong, I can pass off both hands, I can kick well, I enjoy getting the physical side of the game and getting off the line defensively. I feel like I can manage a game pretty well in terms of playing in the right parts of the field, I can sense when we have momentum or need to get momentum back and how to do it. I’ve been speaking to people about my game and one thing that’s come up a bit is that I need to be more vocal and organise/direct the players around me better. I watched a podcast recently where it basically said that players like Farrell and Sexton are the loudest players on the pitch whenever they play, they tell their scrum half what to do with the ball at the ruck etc in terms of what way to go. How important is this for a 10 and for those who play in the forwards or outside backs, is it important for you that you have a 10 who is loud and organises play well along with the 9? How important is it in terms of selection? Thank you.