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Good news that Lezana is staying. It's pretty much a known thing that new players take a season to settle. Look to see him shine next season. 
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that's that one out then! Eddie calls up Arundel.
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Taylor coming back after season at RP
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Good. He came through the system and played a lot with the Rfc in younger days.He’s got bigger and done well. He has progressed. Good to see this loan working. A win for the player and the Dragons and the Scarlets in saving budget. 
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Originally posted by surfing-mtber surfing-mtber wrote:

that's that one out then! Eddie calls up Arundel.
 
Pity there is not a Harrow School in Llanelli “old bean’’ 😉

Tbh the chances of him choosing Wales was about zero. I thought he might opt for Ireland considering the long association with London Irish. 
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Originally posted by supertaf supertaf wrote:

Taylor coming back after season at RP

Good news for us. However, he's had a decent amount of game time with Dragons, so I can't help but feel it would be in his best interests to remain there. Still, I hope he manages to get a chance to impress at Parc y Scarlets next season!
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Tommy Reffell picked for SA, will this mean a relocation to Wales?!!

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Originally posted by surfing-mtber surfing-mtber wrote:

Tommy Reffel picked for SA, will this mean a relocation to Wales?!!

Dont know, was talking to a Tigers fan who said they didnt announce how long the deal he signed 2 years ago was for...
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Originally posted by surfing-mtber surfing-mtber wrote:

Tommy Reffel picked for SA, will this mean a relocation to Wales?!!

I heard a rumour that he was going to sign for us, but then Pivac messed things up by saying that Reffel, and Jac Morgan, didn't suit Pivac's game plan. So Tommy decided to stay at the Tigers. Thanks Wayne !!!!!
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His contract is up at the end of next season - if he gets capped in SA and with the 60 cap ruling, at the end of his current contract he’ll have to sign for a welsh region to continue to play for the national team - unless he isn’t offered anything (which would be extraordinary considering his consistency at the tiger’).

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Originally posted by Legendinmybathroom Legendinmybathroom wrote:

His contract is up at the end of next season - if he gets capped in SA and with the 60 cap ruling, at the end of his current contract he’ll have to sign for a welsh region to continue to play for the national team - unless he isn’t offered anything (which would be extraordinary considering his consistency at the tiger’).


I thought that not being offered a contract by a Welsh region was no longer relevant. So my understanding is, if a player has been capped and has not amassed 60 caps by the time their contract is up for renewal, then they have to play in Wales to be eligible to be selected for Wales. Am I interpreting this correctly?

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Originally posted by Legendinmybathroom Legendinmybathroom wrote:

His contract is up at the end of next season - if he gets capped in SA and with the 60 cap ruling, at the end of his current contract he’ll have to sign for a welsh region to continue to play for the national team - unless he isn’t offered anything (which would be extraordinary considering his consistency at the tiger’).


I think he signs for us, Cardiff - Young and Botham, Dragons have Basham and Griffiths Ospreys have - Morgan and Justin. Yes we have Macleod and Lezana but I think Reffell comes to us over the other regions simply due to the fact we are better suited to his style of play. He likes to be the link player between backs and forwards.
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Originally posted by Legendinmybathroom Legendinmybathroom wrote:

His contract is up at the end of next season - if he gets capped in SA and with the 60 cap ruling, at the end of his current contract he’ll have to sign for a welsh region to continue to play for the national team - unless he isn’t offered anything (which would be extraordinary considering his consistency at the tiger’).

I wonder if he’ll sign a new contract before the tour so he can stay in Leicester longer, Tom Francis-style. It would put him at a disadvantage against the Welsh based 7s, but he might bet on himself performing so well that he’s selected anyway. 
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Originally posted by Mugwuffin Mugwuffin wrote:

Originally posted by Legendinmybathroom Legendinmybathroom wrote:

His contract is up at the end of next season - if he gets capped in SA and with the 60 cap ruling, at the end of his current contract he’ll have to sign for a welsh region to continue to play for the national team - unless he isn’t offered anything (which would be extraordinary considering his consistency at the tiger’).

I wonder if he’ll sign a new contract before the tour so he can stay in Leicester longer, Tom Francis-style. It would put him at a disadvantage against the Welsh based 7s, but he might bet on himself performing so well that he’s selected anyway. 
Didnt the WRU put something in to stop that happening after the Francis and LRZ extensions? 
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Originally posted by Scrletsfan32x Scrletsfan32x wrote:

Originally posted by Legendinmybathroom Legendinmybathroom wrote:

His contract is up at the end of next season - if he gets capped in SA and with the 60 cap ruling, at the end of his current contract he’ll have to sign for a welsh region to continue to play for the national team - unless he isn’t offered anything (which would be extraordinary considering his consistency at the tiger’).


I think he signs for us, Cardiff - Young and Botham, Dragons have Basham and Griffiths Ospreys have - Morgan and Justin. Yes we have Macleod and Lezana but I think Reffell comes to us over the other regions simply due to the fact we are better suited to his style of play. He likes to be the link player between backs and forwards.
If he doesn’t come to us then it’s a disgrace all the other regions have had far more players in the 38 or prospective intls than we have.
In fact the only one I can think of is WGJ in last 5 years. 
Cardiff have had Amos, Adams, Young, Liam and Toby
Ospreys Anscombe Francis, North, Collins, Cuthbert and AWJ paid for 
Dragons have had Rowlands, Thompson, Holmes amongst others. 
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Originally posted by Legendinmybathroom Legendinmybathroom wrote:

His contract is up at the end of next season - if he gets capped in SA and with the 60 cap ruling, at the end of his current contract he’ll have to sign for a welsh region to continue to play for the national team - unless he isn’t offered anything (which would be extraordinary considering his consistency at the tiger’).


 Unless he signs/signed a new deal before being capped. 


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