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Naholo and RWC
Discussion started by HMRH , 18 May, 2019 16:18
Naholo and RWC
HMRH 18 May, 2019 16:18
Whilst I wish him all the best in recovering from his injury and playing himself into the NZ squad the upside of him boy doing so would be his earlier availability for us. Coleman and Kepu are nailed certainties but having PJ and Naholo as early as possible would be good news.

Phipps possibly In Wallaby squad too, behind Genia but ahead of Gordon?

Re: Naholo and RWC
Exile_Dave 18 May, 2019 16:44
He didnít feature in todayís game against the Lions. Still injured apparently. Shame, would have been good to see our lad play.



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Re: Naholo and RWC
MattM 18 May, 2019 17:39
I would expect Phipps to go, Rona is less of a certainty though.



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Re: Naholo and RWC
Margin_Walker 18 May, 2019 17:52
Yeah, would expect Phipps, Kepu, SOB, Dell and Coleman to head to Japan of the new signings. Naholo will struggle, so think we'll see him and Rona after Super Rugby some time. Jackson should have a full pre seasons and will be fairly fresh anyway.

So also likely to be in Japan, albeit unlikely to get past the pool stages?

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Re: Naholo and RWC
HMRH 18 May, 2019 18:50
Fiji might surprise a few people - wouldnít rule out a win against either Wales or Australia

Re: Naholo and RWC
Elredmondo 18 May, 2019 19:54
Quote:
HMRH
Fiji might surprise a few people - wouldnít rule out a win against either Wales or Australia

Hope it Australia! Frees more players up

Re: Naholo and RWC
HMRH 18 May, 2019 22:32
Yes although Wales would be a more fun result


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