Amateur sides can do it…
So far this season I’ve watched three very entertaining matches involving amateur teams at level six.
I haven’t seen a collapsed scrum, or a penalty given away at a scrum. I’ve seen two reset scrums, one of which was in very wet conditions when both front rows lost their footing.
It makes me wonder why the highly paid professionals at the top of the game seem unable to master the basic skills of scrummaging. countries outside these competitions will be involved. The Six Nations sides host the competition. The best three teams from the Six Nations play the best three from the Rugby Championship once. The other three Six Nations teams play the bottom Rugby Championship team and the two other teams once.
The top teams play for the Gold Cup and the others for the Silver Cup. One point for a win (Six Nations or Rest of the World), playing extra-time if necessary.
For example, it could look like this: SILVER CUP
France England Italy
Ireland Wales Scotland New Zealand South Africa Australia at the centre of a club, and a ‘throw money at it’ approach just wasn’t going to cut it. I’m shocked!
On the slideToulon lost to Newcastle