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heartland stuff but awesome three ABs playing
Weepu
Alvie Matherson
Reagan King

https://www.stuff.co.nz/sport/rugby/pro ... ampionship

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Is Weepu twice the size of Regan King again?

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Is Weepu twice the size of Regan King again?

:D

Not sure, but the 2/3 rd division is a good grade for them, great Regan is back, it's been 14/15 years?

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Good player is the centre, very good.

Weepu is a class act as well when he's less than 16 stone.


Tue Aug 01, 2017 12:35 pm
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Yea Weepu, he has Niuean blood like me, short solid and extremely good looking.
But I'll always remember the day playing premier league on the Westcoast of NZ, South Island and the coach said, you play halfback first half, then prop for the second half, the reality hit, at thirty I was a short pie eater that thought I was quade cooper.

I liked his rugby head. I'm still gutted they dropped him, Troy Flavell and Ma'a Nonu for the 2007 RWC. Attitude arrogance and mongrel.

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Bouch wrote:
Good player is the centre, very good.

Weepu is a class act as well when he's less than 16 stone.

Weepu is a class act full stop. Sure he likes his KFC, but he probably likes that WC winning medal even more. ;)

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loosechange wrote:
Bouch wrote:
Good player is the centre, very good.

Weepu is a class act as well when he's less than 16 stone.


Weepu is a class act full stop. Sure he likes his KFC, but he probably likes that WC winning medal even more. ;)


He was under 16 stone when he took part.


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was a joy to watch, still the best overseas signing we have had at scarlets,

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was a joy to watch, still the best overseas signing we have had at scarlets,

We missed so much, not following nh rugby (most kiwis). Always read on here how well he was doing

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Any club team in NZ would love to have a fat Piri at the back of the scrum. How awesome would that be?


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Any club team in NZ would love to have a fat Piri at the back of the scrum. How awesome would that be?


No channel to attack ...

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King had wonderful balance and was a better version of Henson for me. He timed passes beautifully and put players into space instinctively.

Worth the price of admission just to see him play.

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King had wonderful balance and was a better version of Henson for me. He timed passes beautifully and put players into space instinctively.

Worth the price of admission just to see him play.

We've had a few who were or close to no 1 in NZ and left for $$ game time etc

Reagan
Carl Hayman
Marty holah
Nick Evens
Lately Piutau
Now Cruden and Faumuina

I would have loved to see Reagan have a real shot back here in his time, he had a few including Conrad Smith who would have made it hard competition tho

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King had wonderful balance and was a better version of Henson for me. He timed passes beautifully and put players into space instinctively.

Worth the price of admission just to see him play.



Silky smooth and oozed class, i agree a better version of Henson :thumbup: He could have been a little more abrasive in defense possibly, but he had IT!

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Forrealz wrote:
Langland Exile wrote:
King had wonderful balance and was a better version of Henson for me. He timed passes beautifully and put players into space instinctively.

Worth the price of admission just to see him play.

We've had a few who were or close to no 1 in NZ and left for $$ game time etc

Reagan
Carl Hayman
Marty holah
Nick Evens
Lately Piutau
Now Cruden and Faumuina

I would have loved to see Reagan have a real shot back here in his time, he had a few including Conrad Smith who would have made it hard competition tho


Who the fupp is Lately Piutau?
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