An Exeter cult hero and Spanish bust up

Wed, 21 Mar 2018 08:28

WATCH as referees are once again thrown into the spotlight following a major incident in Belgium and England loose forward Don Armand speaks about his career and being an Exeter cult hero. 

Armand, who came off the bench in England's final Six Nations match at Twickenham, had an interesting career at Western Province and the Stormers before heading to the Premiership to join Exeter Chiefs - watch his full interview from the third minute.

England's poor Six Nations performance and questionable player management are placed under the microscope in the 15th minute.

The big debate about whether the gap between the Super Rugby teams is closing occurs in the 21st minute. Case in point, Ireland's improvement.

Springbok and Lions scrumhalf Ross Cronje gets a call in the 25th minute to speak about edging the Sunwolves in Round Five and how much Warren Whiteley's presence is missed.

Spain's behaviour following their defeat to Belgium - which resulted in them not automatically qualifying for the 2019 World Cup - takes centre stage from the 35th minute

The conversation concludes with an in-depth discussion of Round Six of Super Rugby in the 39th minute.

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