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    Posted: 28 June 2022 at 12:17pm
Ok my selections would be :-

15. Liam 14. Adams 13. George 12. JBR 11. LRZ  10. Biggar 9. Cawdor
1. Wyn 2. Lake 3. Francis 4. Beard 5. Rowlands 6. Navidi 7. Reffell 8. Faletau

16. Ryan 17. Gareth Thomas 18. Harri 19. AWJ 20. Ratti 21. Tomos 22. Anscombe 23. Watkins.
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote RR1972 Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 28 June 2022 at 2:21pm
I’m same as you but watkin at 12 with j  williams on bench

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Boks have named a very strong 23. 6/2 split on the bench with Mostaert starting at 6 & Wiese at 8. Willemse, Kolbe & Mapimpi hell of a running back 3. No excuses if they lose. 
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote Jones2004 Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 29 June 2022 at 9:34am
Originally posted by GPR - Rochester GPR - Rochester wrote:

Boks have named a very strong 23. 6/2 split on the bench with Mostaert starting at 6 & Wiese at 8. Willemse, Kolbe & Mapimpi hell of a running back 3. No excuses if they lose. 
Kitsoff, Marx and Kock is some replacement front row. If our replacement front row can simply hold their own in the scrums they will have done some job. Unfortunately I can’t see anything other than pretty much every scrum being a SA penalty all game. 
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As I mentioned on the other thread, I don't think Carre is anywhere near a international scrummager & whilst people are clamouring for him to start I think it will be Wyn. Hooker wise, I think Elias will edge it, as he is a bit more experienced, but can understand if Lake is picked & Francis is a certainty. Locks wise, it has to be Beard & Rowlands though why have AWJ on tour if you're not going to play him. Back row wise I'd like to see Navidi at 6 but I suspect it will be Lydiate with Basham & Faletau.

Moving to the backs, half backs will be T.Williams & Biggar with Tomkins & North in the centres & then LRZ, Adams & L.Williams making up the back 3. 
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote Why Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 29 June 2022 at 1:19pm
Originally posted by Fscarlet Fscarlet wrote:

As I mentioned on the other thread, I don't think Carre is anywhere near a international scrummager & whilst people are clamouring for him to start I think it will be Wyn. Hooker wise, I think Elias will edge it, as he is a bit more experienced, but can understand if Lake is picked & Francis is a certainty. Locks wise, it has to be Beard & Rowlands though why have AWJ on tour if you're not going to play him. Back row wise I'd like to see Navidi at 6 but I suspect it will be Lydiate with Basham & Faletau.

Moving to the backs, half backs will be T.Williams & Biggar with Tomkins & North in the centres & then LRZ, Adams & L.Williams making up the back 3. 
Apart from the Wales on line which shows big love for anything Cardiff I don’t know of anyone else clamouring for Rhys Carre to be picked in front of both Wyn and Thomas. 
Anyone who does is not living in the real world. 
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WoL reporting Rowlands, Refell & Hardy to start. 
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Dillon lewis startsWink
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Wales online  surpassing themselves, calling replacements "riding the pine" as opposed to on the bench. Infantile reporting standards from the newspaper of Wales.
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote Why Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 30 June 2022 at 12:41pm
Surely Wyn Jones must be injured 
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Wyn hasn’t fully recovered from his injury if he’s been left out.
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I can only go by what Stephen Jones said earlier this week that they have a fully fit, healthy squad to choose from. Usual pig's breakfast from Pivac in selection. No consistency in message. The two players with the least amount of preparation time start. Carre, according to WOL, improved his form incredibly over the final few weeks of the URC. I must admit I didn't see it in the two games against us or indeed when he didn't even attempt a tackle against Benetton which led to one of the most embarrassing regional results since the game went pro. 

Both Dillon Lewis and Carre are in for a very searching examination on Saturday. I sincerely hope they prove most of us posters wrong. 
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Hardy selected because he’s the fittest imo- playing at altitude remember.

If he can maintain quick ball there’s a limit to how much their big pack can get around the park.

Scrum time they will absolutely crush us - can see a yellow card for Lewis et al.

Excited to see Reffel given a go
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Originally posted by dyniol53 dyniol53 wrote:

Hardy selected because he’s the fittest imo- playing at altitude remember.

If he can maintain quick ball there’s a limit to how much their big pack can get around the park.

Scrum time they will absolutely crush us - can see a yellow card for Lewis et al.

Excited to see Reffel given a go

Channel one ball, pick up by Faletau everytime, no waiting for Hardy to get there.
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Originally posted by dyniol53 dyniol53 wrote:

Hardy selected because he’s the fittest imo- playing at altitude remember.

If he can maintain quick ball there’s a limit to how much their big pack can get around the park.

Scrum time they will absolutely crush us - can see a yellow card for Lewis et al.

Excited to see Reffel given a go

By the time the bench come on, the ref will have made his mind up, and any 50/50's will still go SA's way.
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So glad Tommy Reffell has got a start, a supurb season at openside deserved the reward, he has been at the heart of everything for Tigers this season.
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