In top form

Discussion in 'Rugby World Cup 2007' started by McAlister, Sep 8, 2007.

  1. McAlister

    McAlister Guest

    I want your opinions on who is in top form in the world cup.
    So far I think Richie McCaw is on a great run
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  3. awfully early to tell
  4. melon

    melon Guest

    Australia's speedy winger Drew Mitchell and Rocky Elsom started of with great games. Latham has shown he is still the player he used to be.

    At the end of the pool matches we should be able to tell who the danger men will be in the finals series.
  5. fcukernaut

    fcukernaut Guest

    From the All Black game today:
    -Chris Jack
    -Ali Williams
    -Richie McCaw
    -Daniel Carter
    -Leon MacDonald

    From the Australia game:
    -Drew Mitchell
    -Rocky Elsom

    From the England game:
  6. Juggernaut

    Juggernaut Guest

    Ali Williams has really stepped his perfomance. He was everywhere, acting like a fourth flanker....and also slowly regaining form is his locking partner Jack. McCaw is McCaw, same intensity week in week out.

    Francois Steyn was impressive when he came on, set the Boks backline on fire after a dour first half.
  7. stormmaster1

    stormmaster1 Guest

    Ledesna and Pichot were great for the Pumas. A mention needs to go to Sthephen jones and Alfie for changing the match v Canada. It's difficult to comment on many of the All Blacks and Aussies when the team was so collectively dominant.
  8. mrs cohen

    mrs cohen Guest

    Hmmm everyone not Englsih or French??

    Nah, won't be so harsh, Reese and Barkley both had pretty good games.

    Richie McCaw was immense as ever.
  9. BokMagic

    BokMagic Guest

    4 players not mentioned yet from round 1- Fernandez-Lobbe was absolutely phenomenal IMO for the Argies at 7, Jerry Collins showing some classy touch with both his passing and his kicking(!), Bryan Habana running rings around the Manu, and of course young Losper of Namibia for making the tackle of the tournament, to date, on Hickie.
  10. wests_tigers

    wests_tigers Guest

    Drew Mitchell looks in good form.
  11. scooby

    scooby Guest

    Chabal showed his coach that he has to be on every team the french field

    BOD for Ireland (even the overall weak performance agaist georgia) seems to be back
  12. billyboris

    billyboris Guest

    Jerry Collins is looking great and bringing out never seen before moves (for him at least). In fact he may get kicked out of the hard man's club for daring to put in deft kicks and sidestepping. Chabal's turn of pace against Namibia came as a surprise. Latu, T-Pole (despite his idiotic elbow) and Maka all played suberbly for Tonga against Samoa. (you can probably detect a positional bias here!). Cral Hayman is the best prop/lock/centere in the world!
  13. jaco

    jaco Guest

    Bryan Habana in great form
  14. rugbyfrench

    rugbyfrench Guest

    Vincent Clerc!!! Enormous...
  15. artosaari

    artosaari Guest

    Jerry Collins for sure..
    Leon MacDonald
    Fourie Du Preez
    George Smith
    Jean Baptiste Elissalde
  16. Montone

    Montone Guest

    easter had a great game yesterday
  17. Fushitsusha

    Fushitsusha Guest

    For Australia the 3 players that have shined the most have to be Chris Latham, Matt Giteau and George Smith.

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  19. fcukernaut

    fcukernaut Guest

    Do you mind not using capital letters?
  20. dreek

    dreek Guest

    Habanna, Habanna, Habanna,...

    Wilkinson against Samoa 'cause of his influence on the english team.

    Latham and Howlett.
  21. melon

    melon Guest

    Habana is playing some bloody good running rugby.

    Latham is becoming very influential once again with both his kick and chase game and his positioning for kick from the opposition.
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