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  • Marx can't take all the credit says Lions captain  
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  • Waratahs head to Johannesburg with 'belief'  
  • WORLD CUP SEVENS: Final four confirmed  
 
Marx can't take all the credit says Lions captain

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Marx can't take all the credit says Lions captain

REACTION: Springbok hooker Malcolm Marx produced another outstanding performance in the Lions' 40-23 Super Rugby quarterfinal win over the Jaguares on Saturday.

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Ledesma: We weren’t playing our style of footy Ledesma: We weren’t playing our style of footy

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Ledesma: We weren’t playing our style of footy

REACTION: Jaguares head coach Mario Ledesma said his team made life very easy for the Lions in the first half of their Super Rugby quarterfinal in Johannesburg.

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Waratahs head to Johannesburg with 'belief'

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Waratahs head to Johannesburg with 'belief'

REACTION: The Waratahs have plenty of things to fix ahead of their Super Rugby semifinal against the Lions in Johannesburg next weekend.

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WORLD CUP SEVENS: Final four confirmed

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WORLD CUP SEVENS: Final four confirmed

SAN FRANCISCO, DAY TWO WRAP: Fiji stormed into the semifinals of the World Cup Sevens on Saturday with a scintillating display as holders New Zealand survived a scare to stumble into the last four.

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SR is dead. Go north.

If we wont then use the threat of going north to bargain a new deal where we bring back the glory days of CC. Play full CC (incl Boks) with semi and final at the start of the year. Play internationals thereafter. Top 2 teams from each country goes into a Super 6 + 2 invitational teams. Players not included in this goes on auction. Back home those players not in Super 8 join a new Club Champs to strengthen our club rugby.

We first lost our club rugby and we are now losing our CC. Focus of Saru in meetings should be to address these two issues.

No way.
When the Crusaders play is Australia they leave on the Friday afternoon and are back at home on the Sunday morning. Same as the Bulls playing in CT.
The Lions were in NZ and Aus for 5 weeks playing 4 matches.
The Crusaders traveled to SA for 1 match and then straight to Argentina for another. They were away for 3 weeks only. That additional 2 weeks living out of a suitcase makes a huge difference.

Which is like saying SA has SSC

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Didn't look like it last weekend General C . Couldn't beat the last man twice for sure thing tries . That's the difference between us and the best (NZ) . They know when to move somebody inside to improve the entire squad . Let's see how he goes this weekend . Luckily his opposite number is a big fatty . Heres hoping for a home final

My Grace - Combrink is one of the few wings that has an instinct to score tries without having to outsprint - this bud has serious try IQ sense - he manufactures magic - leave him on the wing

He too slow to play wing the risk of him being Redundant is real .... Umaga wouldn't of lasted past 27 if he didnt move inside .

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Wish him all the best. Couldn't make it into the Lions or Bulls SR sides and would never have been in line for a Bok spot

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What are you talking about?

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SR is dead. Go north.

If we wont then use the threat of going north to bargain a new deal where we bring back the glory days of CC. Play full CC (incl Boks) with semi and final at the start of the year. Play internationals thereafter. Top 2 teams from each country goes into a Super 6 + 2 invitational teams. Players not included in this goes on auction. Back home those players not in Super 8 join a new Club Champs to strengthen our club rugby.

We first lost our club rugby and we are now losing our CC. Focus of Saru in meetings should be to address these two issues.

No way.
When the Crusaders play is Australia they leave on the Friday afternoon and are back at home on the Sunday morning. Same as the Bulls playing in CT.
The Lions were in NZ and Aus for 5 weeks playing 4 matches.
The Crusaders traveled to SA for 1 match and then straight to Argentina for another. They were away for 3 weeks only. That additional 2 weeks living out of a suitcase makes a huge difference.

Which is like saying SA has SSC

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Didn't look like it last weekend General C . Couldn't beat the last man twice for sure thing tries . That's the difference between us and the best (NZ) . They know when to move somebody inside to improve the entire squad . Let's see how he goes this weekend . Luckily his opposite number is a big fatty . Heres hoping for a home final

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Wish him all the best. Couldn't make it into the Lions or Bulls SR sides and would never have been in line for a Bok spot

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What are you talking about?

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Yes but there are so many experts at clubs these days that monitor individual training loads and recovery. But true, I reckon we'd all be staggered how many of the top players play with chronic injuries and are just managed accordingly
Maybe in Warbs case he is just a red flag athlete like Carter was?

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