Fastest Player

Discussion in 'General Rugby Union' started by RussianVOdka, Jul 19, 2007.


Who is Fastest??

  1. Caucau

  2. Varndell

  3. S Bobo

  4. Habana

  5. Rokocoko

  6. Sivivatu

  7. Chavanga

  8. Other

  1. RussianVOdka

    RussianVOdka Guest

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  3. candybum

    candybum Guest

    Sireli mmbombo is a freak!
  4. RussianVOdka

    RussianVOdka Guest

    I heard Chavanga and Varndell can run the 100m in the 10-11s time bracket. My bets on them, although also i heard South Africa has alot of other lighting wingers in the currie cup like mkhize and co
  5. candybum

    candybum Guest

    Jonah Lomu's time for the 100 was about 10.8 secs so thats pretty fast for a 100kg+ guy
  6. RussianVOdka

    RussianVOdka Guest

    HAHA imagine Mike Catt trying to tackle Lomu at full speed, let alone wen he is stumbling :focus: :injured:
  7. Jedda

    Jedda Guest

    Varndell baby!
  8. Are we talking about Caucau when he's trying, or Caucau when he'd rather be back home lighting up?

    That guy is a freak in terms of speed when he puts the effort in, never seen anyone to equal him. The scary thing is he never looks like it's any bother. I'd hate to see what happened if he really decided to put his head down and go.
  9. Fa'atau82

    Fa'atau82 Guest

    I saw Caucau in Cardiff for the Pacific Islanders, and in that game he was instantly the player you'd recognise.. he just went on run after run.
  10. melon

    melon Guest

    When Caucau tried, I have no doubts he would have been able to run the 100 in low 10s.
  11. Tin

    Tin Guest

    personally i choose caucau when he tries he's awesome,
    and on the fact Habana is there i still remember the english tour of SA and one of the many tries was Habana intercept,
    and if i remember rightly mathew Tait almost caught up with him from the other side of the field, which is very quick in my opinion
  12. Butch

    Butch Guest

    100% Caucau! What a legend!
  13. Wellycane

    Wellycane Guest

    Well I voted for Habana. He impressed me in the Super 14 this year for the Bulls...untouchable. ;)
  14. BokMagic

    BokMagic Guest

    For my money definately Chavanga. Ran Olympic "A" qualifying times for Zimbabwe in the 100m and 200m while still in high school. If I remember correctly, something like a personal best in the 100m of around 10.4 seconds.

    And I`ll certainly never forget him running in Habana from behind to make an excellent tackle in the Currie Cup a couple of years ago. Looked like Habana was standing still on that occasion.
  15. Illtud

    Illtud Guest

    haban is very fast watched him against Wales when he first came on to the seen he had a pair of feet on him to challenge any spritneer
  16. that flying japanese guy. I'm not entirley sure of his name. Isnt staniforth fast?
  17. paco1

    paco1 Guest

    What about Fiji´s Ryder?? He the one
  18. ChiefsFan

    ChiefsFan Guest

    Rockococo FTW!
  19. lachlan turner of the waratahs is pretty dang fast or phillip burger of the cheetahs i don't know how these guys would stack up in the 100m but all i know is they can flat run
  20. ronnarin

    ronnarin Guest

    I forgot his name but there was this fast guy for the springboks when the last versed the wallabies. I just no he was a winger, i am not xonfused with habbana
  21. kbourke88

    kbourke88 Guest

    I voted for Caucau...
    But I think we need to narrow down the question so we know exactly what we are talking about..
    Are we talking about athletic fastest, or about rugby fastest?

    By athletic fastest i mean they can run 100m the fastest, and by rugby fastest i mean they can cover 25m faster than anyone else.. cuz if you can cover that first 25m with a ball in hand faster than anyone else then the rest dont matter really, you will be very hard to run down..

    and for that reason i chose Caucau.. i dont think he would be able to run 100m fater than a lot of people, but i'd like to see someone cover him over 25m.. he can just put it on and off, and thats how he beats people..
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