Fiji's attack in broken play is a beaut - but without ugly muscle in the set-piece it's just earrings and lipstick. If you're not happy with the results, get the curvaceous Caucau to ring 999.
Even if they don't make the quarterfinals (they very well could). They will have alot of supporters salivating over theirs skills and style of running rugby. Will Nicky Little be playing in this tournament? Or has he retired?
I'd rather have Nicky Little back... honestly.
Ryder cant even make a locan provincial team in Fiji in XVs because his body doesnt suit the game. I think he should stick to 7s.
SEVENS: FIJI'S WILLIAM RYDER CONSIDERING MOVE TO JAPAN
April 18, 2007
Fijian Sevens sensation William Ryder has reportedly been offered a contract to play in Japan with the Toyota Club.
Fiji player/coach Waisale Serevi confirmed that talks with the Japanese club were continuing and that nothing had been confirmed.
"I know that there has been interest shown from a Japanese club. But he (Ryder) needs to get a release from us before joining the club," said Fiji Rugby Union sponsorship and marketing manager Jeremy Duxbury.
While little is known of Ryder's ability as a fifteens rugby player, it would not be a first; Sevens team mate Semisi Naevo has also played rugby in Japan, while New Zealand Sevens greats Amasio Raoma Valence and Orene Ai'i both left the Sevens game to pursue 15s careers there last year.
Ryder is part of a group of sevens players contracted to the Fiji Rugby Union and was instrumental in Fiji's second Cup victory of the season in Adelaide.[/b]
lol...Yeah, i don't really know anything about the guy, but he always makes a name for himself in the sevens.
Anyone who plays sevens can always get into the 15 man game - he'll just be a winger.
he simply doesn't have the skill to play 15's and he is also fairly small too [/b]
Samoa would've loved to be in this pool. With their record against Wales at World Cups, they'd be a shoe in for the quarters!