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Supersub CJ`s 40-metre romp against the Bulls!

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BokMagic

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What about that one? Supersub CJ VD Linde, in the guise of a reserve Cheetah prop, receiving the ball out wide, sprinting a full 40metres, outpacing the Bulls cover defence(I always said Johan Roets is too slow for fullback?), stepping beautifully inside a couple of defenders, to score under the sticks.

That was his 2nd prop try from the bench in the 1st 2 rounds. Apparently all CJ has to do now is work on his fielding of the up-and-unders, and develop his grubber-kicks, and he`ll be the finished article on the left wing. Bryan Habana is apparently very concerned already, even faking an injury in order to spend 7 weeks on intensive physical conditioning(fishing here...) in order to bulk up to the necessary 130kg in order to retain his place in the Bok line-up.
 
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Rugby_Cymru

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I'm with BokMagik on this one.
An absolute storming try, i couldn't believe what i was seeing and his step in field passed the full back, i believem was just dream worthy.

Bravo
 
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Bullitt

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Llanelli from 40m out, turning a fullback inside-out. Ah, the good old days...
 
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BokMagic

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So supersub CJ does it again- coming on the 2nd half, getting the ball out on the left wing, his preferred position nowadays. That try vs England, although just a stroll over the line, was his 2nd in his last 2 tests. Must be a shoe-in for leading try-scoring prop in the RWC in Nov.

Seriously though, I just love to see a big prop dive over the line. One of the finest sights in rugby IMO.
 
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Beardy

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C'mon... Every team, amateur or pro, has a front-row player who just loved to get on the wing to score easy tries. Its frickin' law.
 
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Fridge

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Thats what I'm talking about!

Gone are the days of the fat slow props!
Now we are lightning quick and still fat!

Deadly!
 

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