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    Posted: 15 Feb 2015 at 8:16am
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Be happy(ish) with that  1st up away game win for the NZ based favourites.
Crusaders,a traditional poor start?
Or a taste of their now deserved "chocking" tag for end of season play offs?
Early days.
 
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Very clear that the CRUDASERS haven't SPENT a penny on any new backs.....my guess is that Mc Caw and Carter eat up 30/40 percent of their budget.
They'll finish mid field.
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Looks like most teams with home advantage blew it this weekend.
TAB must have cleaned up.
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Normal transmission has been resumed. What a find that Damien MacKenzie is (19 years old!)
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Early days all right. We've had one round and anyone who can predict the seasons outcomes has some very special powers indeed.

Chiefs were bloody impressive and will hopefully carry that form through. As for the most consistentl team in the comps history - they were horrible, showed no hunger and were by far the worst of the NZ teams - end of story., I'd be surprised if the poor form continued as I'm sure would most others.

The RWC is the bigger story this year, I'd be happy for our teams to run mid field as long as we retain that. Somehow, unless there is a complete turnaround of form and injury worries i don't see DC featuring at the business end of either competition - hopefully I'm wrong
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Looks like JKs gunna have another year like last year with auckland. 3 years into a 5 year plan, when do we see some improvements.
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A mixed bag for our teams. Good on the 'canes - two from two in the republic is damn fine in anyone's language. Crusaders chiefs next Saturday clashes with the Black Caps v Aussie one dayer - bugga. Chiefs may just have too much at this stage anyway. I'm picking Owen Frank's may as well book himself a fishing charter for the next few weeks, and was lucky he didn't get carded last night.
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Yep,big day this Saturday Salty.
Derby at Ellerslie Race track,cricket,S15.
They better have a Sports bar at the track.
I think the Chiefs and Crusaders have had the wood on the visiting team of late.
Will be another great local S15 clash.
Although the Highlanders and Crusaders games have plenty of venom.
That Franks can be a knob at times.
He better show better discipline if he makes a World Cup squad.
Try that in a World  Cup play off and see what happens to the ABs chances.
Surly,other WC players/coaches must be planning to exploit  Franks short fuse/discipline issues.
Although most teams have/need a player like Franks in their teams.
 
 
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forgot about Derby day, but the way my TAB account is looking I'm better sticking to the fishing and virtual rugby.
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5 tries to 1 against the Crusaders is a wopp ass. That's all.
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Originally posted by KikBac KikBac wrote:

5 tries to 1 against the Crusaders is a wopp ass. That's all.


Ain't that the truth. Chiefs very good, crusaders. - well no comment. The fresh Mahi I was having for tea was tasting great until then.

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And a [email protected] slapping up front in the scrums for the `saders too,no less.
And the timing of the Black Caps to have the WCC game wrapped up by 19:30.
How long is Blackadder signed up for?
When was the last time the `saders conceded that many tries?
Seems to reconfirm that Super rugby power base is still in the `swamplands` and not the `plains`in NZ.
Good times,good times people.
Keep it up on the road Chiefs.
  

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2 X penalty tries and still no victory.
Come on Chiefs pull finger.
Well done H`landers great start for your season.
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Thats better Chiefs.
That scrum though!!!
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Skill over thuggery, end of story.

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still early days so not reading to much into the comp just yet, but it was good to see the red and black machine playing rugby at last. Didn't see the chiefs so can't comment. If you were anything like me last night, your remote would have been getting a work out between the cricket, the rugby and also the league - spoilt for choice and wrapped with the way the results went. I couldn't bear the thought of watching replays. Lets hope the dream lives on!!!
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Aggggh pro rugby, reminds me of things changed for Liverpool in the football. Well known if it was based on local talent Auck still wouldnt have lost a game. ;-p

In saying that the chiefs arent totally choking without SBW.

Im a Canes secondary supporter. So Ill go home and watch rugby in the wind.
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Chiefs far to good for a very average Crusaders outfit. I hope their big names lift their rating when, or is that if they pull on the black jersey.   As for Toddy he's had every opportunity but to be fair he hasn't made it click. Maybe I'll add a yellow stripe to my red and black kit - nah it''ll never get that bad.
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Chiefs outfit too good tonight. Nanai-Williams was the stand-out
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