Monday, August 26, 2019

The Alphabet of 2019 RWC

The Alphabet of 2019 Rugby World Cup
In the 26 days leading up to RWC, we’ll take a letter a day running the alphabet to get you there:
A - is for Attrition, Anscombe, Argentina and Australia: the act of attrition when visited upon a club can seriously inhibit that XVs ability to perform at the top of their arc, which is the ideal spot to be either approaching, or at, come the 3rd week in September; Wales standoff, Gareth Anscombe, hobbled off the pitch v England and is done for 2019 RWC duty; Argentina will put attrition on anyone should they not be cautious; ditto Wallabies...
B - is for Battle, Beaver, Biggar and Breakdown: a side wins the battle of the breakdown, all other aspects being equal, they’ll have won the match... Biggar has donned the 10 jersey for Wales due Gareth Anscombe’s injury...2011 RWC final was won by a sticksplitter from the man called “Beaver,” Stephen Donald, New Zealand All Blacks 4th-string flyhalf who’s fishing the Waikato and in sketchy cell-reception when Graham Henry called... and called - finally answering and in near egg-on-legs shape struck truly the goal to give Kiwis their first world title of two in sequence that they’ll defend for the second time this fall;
C - is for Canada, Clearance, Close, Conversion, Counter and Cover: when Canada are on the rear leg, down deep in their own end, clearance down the park to the opponent’s five-meter line will facilitate the close for five plus conversion to seven; any sticksplitting conversion, can and will, win the match... should clearance not find touch, cover must prevent the counter;

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