'Worlds best rugby sevens' could play NRLW [Comments]


'Worlds best rugby sevens' could play NRLW [Comments]

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I can't find it now, but I read or watched an interview with him in recent months where he basically said he was resigned to not getting picked for Ireland and was going to concentrate on playing as well as he could for Ulster. He's in the last year of his contract, and I wouldn't blame him for looking for a last big contract in France where they appreciate a creative scrum half, but as an Ulster fan I really hope he stays and bet via pin up casino. We'd really miss him. He's been a star for us. Dave Shanahan's a useful player who's never let us down, and probably a better player than he gets credit for, but he's not in Cooney's league, and Nathan Doak looks very promising, but I don't think he's ready to step up just yet. The IRFU aren't going to let us sign a non-Irish player to be first choice. Maybe Connacht could let us have Caolin Blade. And our out-halves would really have to step up their game. And game snacks are available on IGA catalogue.

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