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Friday, May 11, 2007

Super14 Plays of the Week - Round 14


So the Super 14 is coming to an end for 2007. We've witnessed an amazingly close tournament this year with many highs and lows. Thankfully, more highs. The South Africans actually came to the party this year, whereas the Aussies' invitation clearly got lost in the mail.

On the eve of the Semis the atmosphere here in Springbok land is buzzing. It's the first time we've hosted a home semi final since Super Rugby's inception, let alone two semi finals. The best part about it is that as close as it was, the top 4 teams seem to have made it through. I do tend to feel for the Cheifs though, as they had some great performances where they lost narrowly by a last minute try or conversion.

So this week's 'Plays of the Week' will probably be the last for the tournament. So sit back, relax, and enjoy. But don't forget to look out for the big man Sione Lauki's massive handoff on the legend Richie McCaw. A true clash of the titans.

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  • hey you got any more sione lauki stuff? the guys a destroyer!! like when he played in the pacific nations tests against australia, NZ and South Africa and carved up...also nick williams in his npc north harbour a couple years back did some destroying too...a sight to behold...brings back memories when Jonah first came on the scene destroying everybody!

    By Blogger GJsPhotos, at May 16, 2007 10:29 pm  

  • why does he call i a percy?

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at July 10, 2007 3:11 am  

  • A Percy in 'Australian' is when a player drops the ball. Named after Springbok fullback Percy Montgomery, who went through an unfortunate stage in his career when he would drop the ball for no reason.

    By Blogger G, at July 10, 2007 8:27 am  

  • johnah never had a huge impact he
    always past and never took the line on...

    or is it Kellerher i am thinkin of

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at December 31, 2007 3:21 am  

  • haha the commentator is like boo the referee

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at January 27, 2008 2:02 pm  

  • jonah lomu had a huge impact on the game!
    he was an absolute legend nd was the biggest test for any defensive line in the world

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at March 31, 2008 9:15 pm  

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