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    Who was your Man of the Spring Tour?

    Just saw this on the ARU site...

    Who was your Man of the Spring Tour?

    Adam Ashley-Cooper - 71.8%
    Kurtley Beale - 5.0%
    James O'Connor - 6.1%
    Stephen Moore - 12.4%
    David Pocock - 4.7%

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    close call between AAC and DP

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    stevie moore closely followed by bam bam

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    AAC shredded the frogs so I can see why hes popular but. He also had a couple of very quiet games.. Actually fairly hard to pick from that group. Deffo not moore .. Poe was the most consistent with only the english game a blight, JOC was also consistent but misfired kicks probably cost him , KB was electric some games others went missing.. So based on that Poey gets my vote
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    We ARE talking Australian Player of the Spring Tour? Don't want f&$&%^$ing McCaw to get another nod....

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    AAC gets the gong, but Pocock tops the rest of 'em

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    KB was a sensation
    The forwards were disappointing. They were belted against Wales, embarrassed against England, ordinary against Italy and the backs cut a swathe through the French who gave up in typical French style.
    Pocock didn't meet the bar he has set for himself. Our backrow was second best on most occasions.
    AAC had a standout test against France but was MIA against Italy and England.

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    KB for me..

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    Bloody Hell, everybody's going for the froth and bubbles. Sharpie is the man..... no-one else comes close. Takes 3 guys to tackle him, hit it up multiple times every game, dominated the line outs, gees the boys up and is most emotive when the anthems are being played.

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    With ya there Hansie, nobody comes close to Bam or Sharpie for impact on this tour, I reckon it's a bloody hard call between them, but I'll go for Sharpie since he captained the team for most of it.

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    GIGS and Hansie are spot on there. But those two are now in the George Smith mould - so consistently good that they are a given. I went for AAC because it was refreshing to see a big centre running hard and straight onto the ball. It's been missing since Sterlo.

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    KB. He's come of age. Hopefully he can stay on the straight and narrow.

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    Quote Originally Posted by shasta View Post
    GIGS and Hansie are spot on there. But those two are now in the George Smith mould - so consistently good that they are a given. I went for AAC because it was refreshing to see a big centre running hard and straight onto the ball. It's been missing since Sterlo.
    AAC was a one test wonder on tour.

    KB was consistently good and dotted down twice in our worst performance.

    Our backrow was belted by all comers.....although the French gave up the plot in the last 30 minutes and made everybody look good.

    Sharpie was good in the lineout, no doubt. The look on his face after the English debacle suggested he thought he'd played his last test.

    KB for consistent excellence in all 5 tests

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    Quote Originally Posted by shasta View Post
    I went for AAC because it was refreshing to see a big centre running hard and straight onto the ball. It's been missing since Sterlo.
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    AAC was a one test wonder on tour.
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    AAC is a sensation. His acceleration and straight running is good
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