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I don't know that I'd agree with that; Penrith have their way of playing, which has been incredibly successful for them, as their record attests. But not all teams in the NRL play the same; you couldn't make that criticism of the Broncos, for instance. And Nathan Cleary is the best, there's not much...
On a personal note, I'd just like to add that unfortunately I was taken poorly at the match last night; I didn't feel great before kick-off, and shortly after Miski's lovely opening score, I thought, this is no good, I can't stay. So shuffled out of the stadium. :( I had the idea of heading over to ...
And not least, a great advert for the sport on prime-time telly. Fantastic win, based, after all, on what we've been doing: great defence, and carrying a real threat when we get the opportunities, even if they are relatively few. So pleased for Matty Peet and the whole staff and players.
I think the kicker can still play everyone onside, but that doesn't happen all that often. 'Giving ten metres' is no longer sufficient, it seems. I hope we (SL) don't follow suit with this.
I post this largely in the spirit that NRL rule changes often end here too (often all to the good, in my opinion, but that's an argument for another time). Don't know how many of you guys have seen the NRL pre-season games, but these are comments I've c&p'd from what I posted on an Aussie forum:...
- Fri Feb 23, 2024 11:40 pm
- Forum: General Rugby League
- Topic: Nathan Cleary ‘open minded’ about future Super League move as superstar talks up UK
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The Aussies, they know how to do PR.