@Stargazer I was really impressed at the Tui's halfback. She's probably short of a yard of pace (is she a bit older than the others?) but jeez she can pick an option. Very quick to spot empty space and put the ball there, and good at changing the attack when they looked to be running themselves our of space.
Took me a week, but I finally figured out why we were so bad.
It's a conspiracy. Ieremia and Tiatia played the long game and prepared us horrifically, so their mates in Wellington could get up. The last two years have just been setting up for this ...
oh, so clear in my head now, it all fits together. WAKE UP SHEEPLE
@kev I reckon on another day, Gregory dives on that kick through and slides over to score and we get a BP, instead he toes it, just too far, probably sums up where his head is at presently when little things like that are slightly off.
What team we put out next week will be very interesting given the increased tempo and performance in that 2nd spell, a few players deserving of a start.
Weather forecast looks good, should get a decent crowd!!
Yes, Serena. Who turned 39 just a couple of days ago. Four grand slam finals appearances in 2018 and 2019 after winning her most recent title in 2017 at 35, recently a beaten semi-finalist at the US Open, and she won a WTA tourney as recently as Auckland in January. Prize money for 2020 is USD1m. She's still highly competitive, but not dominant. LeBron is still dominant, but he's 35.