The Casualty Ward Rd 16 & Internationals

Round 16 saw the New Zealand and Australian pools battle it out as the South African pool took a break to play a meaningless game, with a meaningless team, in a meaningless location. This week we had just as many players pulled pregame as those getting injured during the game. With a big international break … Continue reading The Casualty Ward Rd 16 & Internationals

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The Casualty Ward Rd 15

Round 14 is behind us and it looks like just about every team that played a contact sport over the weekend have red card troubles to deal with. The SANZAR Judiciary are creating more Jobs than Twiggy Forrest as they work tirelessly to bamboozle even the most unhinged maniac when it comes to ruling on … Continue reading The Casualty Ward Rd 15

The Casualty Ward Rd 9

This week we set a new record with expected comebacks. The Crusaders and almost all the South African sides will welcome back the cavalry for the second half of the season. For all the updates as they come out before round 10 kicks off keep your eyes on our Casualty Ward! This week we welcome … Continue reading The Casualty Ward Rd 9

THE STOCK MARKET RD 13

Round 13 appears to be a mixed bag in foresight. Another huge Kiwi derby will kick off the weekend when the Crusaders take on the Chiefs in Fiji. The return of Tim Nanai-Williams is an exciting prospect for the risk-taking draft coaches, however disappointingly Charlie Ngatai will only be a spectator yet again. There are numerous … Continue reading THE STOCK MARKET RD 13

The Casualty Ward RD 12

RETURNED FROM INJURY INTO RD 12: Loni Uhila (Hurricanes) – Came off the bench for the Hurricanes in Rd 12. Karmichael Hunt (Reds) – Came back from his bruised knee. Kyle Godwin (Brumbies) – Returned from his broken hand. Jordan Smiler (Brumbies) – Hamstring injury Rd 7, Started Rd 12. Sean McMahon (Rebels) – Came … Continue reading The Casualty Ward RD 12