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The Times: Greatest Props
Discussion started by AP , 28 June, 2020 20:13
The Times: Greatest Props
AP 28 June, 2020 20:13
In their lockdown ennui, the Times writers are compiling lists of this and that. Stephen Jones and Stuart Barnes on best props today. Not sure about their qualifications for that but a rare shaft of insight from Jones:

9 Petrus du Plessis South Africa
A fine prop for Saracens, but he is in also because he typifies the magnificent character of so many props. From his hilarious appearances as an eastern-European wrestler, his ability to effect chameleon-like changes, and above all his passion for any club where he has played, make him stand out a mile. Joyous character in every respect.

Re: The Times: Greatest Props
McSaracens 28 June, 2020 20:18
The Times really are scraping the barrel aren’t they!



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Re: The Times: Greatest Props
myleftboot 02 July, 2020 08:04
Sooo. Petrus made the list because he eats a mean mars bar in his pants?



Edited 1 time(s). Last edit at 02/07/2020 08:04 by myleftboot.


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