SA team vs Saracens on 17th Nov

Discussion in 'International Test Matches' started by Prestwick, Nov 15, 2009.

  1. Prestwick

    Prestwick Guest

    15 Earl Rose
    14 Odwa Ndungane
    13 Juan de Jongh
    12 Wynand Olivier
    11 Jongi Nokwe
    10 Ruan Pienaar
    9 Heini Adams
    8 Ashley Johnson
    7 Dewald Potgieter (capt)
    6 Jean Deysel
    5 Andries Bekker
    4 Danie Rossouw
    3 CJ van der Linde
    2 Adriaan Strauss
    1 Wian du Preez

    16 Bandise Maku
    17 Heinke van der Merwe
    18 Alistair Hargreaves
    19 Davon Raubenheimer
    20 Francois Hougaard
    21 Meyer Bosman
    22 Riaan Viljoen
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  3. monkeypigeon

    monkeypigeon Guest

    Is that the South African team are the Sarries team?

    Oh sorry, says it in the tittle.
  4. Prestwick

    Prestwick Guest

    Cheap. Shot.
  5. feicarsinn

    feicarsinn Guest

    Hah was about to make the same joke.
  6. Nickdnz

    Nickdnz Guest

    <div class='quotetop'>QUOTE (Prestwick @ Nov 16 2009, 08:27 AM) <{POST_SNAPBACK}></div>
    I would have though South Africa would have fielded a stronger side after their lost to Leicester. Backs look good (perhaps without rose), forwards...look average.
  7. Bullitt

    Bullitt Guest

    Surely this should be called <strike>"South Africa vs. Developmental South Africa"</strike> "Saracens vs Developmental Saracens"...
  8. Prestwick

    Prestwick Guest

    Hey guys, how many South Africans played against Saints over the weekend? I think you'll find 11 English players were on the field on Saturday.

    And for a team whose two most diefied players in the past 7 years are both Kiwi (I'm talking Reihana and that waste of space Spencer) well.. Hmmm..

  9. Bullitt

    Bullitt Guest

    You may be calling me black, but I'm not the one with Quotas...
  10. Prestwick

    Prestwick Guest

    ....neither are we? :huh:
  11. Bullitt

    Bullitt Guest

    Yes they do... They are needing to have 50% Affricaans speaking player in each matchday squad, Ja?
  12. Prestwick

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  13. stormer2010

    stormer2010 Guest

    Well, at least this is 1 fixture an SA team is gonna win unless there is a draw between Sa2nds and SA3rds. Heaven forbid.
  14. Olyy

    Olyy Guest

    Saracens should take this,
    After seeing the trouble SA was in against a second string leicester, Sarries should have no problems
  15. Martin1813

    Martin1813 Guest

    Saracens line-up vs South Africa

    15 Michael Horak
    14 Noah Cato
    13 Kameli Ratuvou
    12 Brad Barritt
    11 Michael Tagicakibau
    10 Derick Hougaard
    9 Neil de Kock
    1 Rhys Gill
    2 Ethienne Reynecke
    3 Richard Skuse
    4 Mouritz Botha
    5 Hugh Vyvyan
    6 Wikus van Heerden ©
    7 Justin Melck
    8 Ernst Joubert

    16 Schalk Brits
    17 Carlos Nieto
    18 George Kruis
    19 Andy Saull
    20 Kevin Barrett
    21 Alex Goode
    22 Rodd Penney

    What about Glenn Jackson ? I havn't seen him in a line-up for a few weeks. Is he injured ? Preparing his next ref' career ?
  16. Prestwick

    Prestwick Guest

    Theyr're resting him apparently. I think the whole point of having Glenda and Hoohaa with Goode in reserve was to rotate and so far its worked a charm I think! Hoohaa especially as he seems to enjoy playing away whilst Glenda prefers playing at home. Its kind of like shift work when you think about it.

    Really really not sure why Schalk f**king Brits, Goode, Nieto and Saull are on the bench though. Tagicakibau is an unknown quantity, Gill is frankly still too young and undercooked but is learning which is nice. Bigus Wickus as Captain is a plus and he's seriously enjoying his time at Watford so far as is Joubert.

    For confused South African readers:

    Hoohaa (pronounced HOOHAA as if you're a cowboy) = Hougaard.
    Bigus Wickus = van Heerden
    Schalk f**king Brits = win/awesome/OVER 9000!!!1212.

    Psst, Martin1813, can we have Castinede back please? The guy gets a standing ovation over here in North London :)
  17. Martin1813

    Martin1813 Guest

    Oh Prestwick, Thomas has been retired for just 2 years and you already have forgotten how to spell it ? ;)
    Sure, Castaignède is hard to replace. Back to Sarries, why not ? Provided that he plays, I don't really care where. It's to bad he rejected the offer of coming back to Toulouse as a flyhalf, after WC07.

    A rotation with Jackson, Hougaard and Goode ? But Goode is a fullback, isn't it ? Or can he play flyhalf too ? I noticed the home/away thing too.
  18. MunsterMan

    MunsterMan Guest

    Is Melck playing openside? or do the opensides at Sarries wear 6 now? :p
  19. Moonfire

    Moonfire Guest

    I think I should start watching SA 2nd tea... I mean Saracens games!

    I didn't know we had one :p
  20. Boggle

    Boggle Guest

    <div class='quotetop'>QUOTE (Prestwick @ Nov 16 2009, 03:36 PM) <{POST_SNAPBACK}></div>

    He is pretty freakin awesome isn't he ?

    also, I really thought you were all just joking around, but that is undeniably the biggest contingent of South Africans I have ever seen in a foreign club, you might as well be playing in the currie cup for goodness sake.
  21. gingergenius

    gingergenius Guest

    Thing is, us having loads of South Africans is 1) making us top of the league and 2) not hindering our young English superstars Saull, Cato and Goode from developing and being in the 1st team. Plus there's still room for the wacky Fijian. In other words, I like.
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