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    Quote Originally Posted by Alison View Post
    I hope so TIF! If they can’t see the marketing value in having the Badge’s face everywhere, they have a problem!
    Pulver and Clyne couldn't. What a surprise.

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    Quote Originally Posted by shasta View Post
    Pulver and Clyne couldn't. What a surprise.
    They bet the house on guys like Folau and Hunt instead!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Alison View Post
    They bet the house on guys like Folau and Hunt instead!
    Because their personal issues or beliefs aside both were/are better players than Cummins.

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    Badge played better in Wallaby gold than Hunt ever has. I've rarely seen Hunt string three good games together.

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    Quote Originally Posted by WCRugger View Post
    Because their personal issues or beliefs aside both were/are better players than Cummins.
    Really? I can't argue with you in regards to Folau. But if you can't see that Cummins would have been a far better OVERALL option than Hunt - and Khunt was the option at the time, IMO your view is as narrow as the then ARU. I and many others said so here - at that time.

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    Quote Originally Posted by WCRugger View Post
    Because their personal issues or beliefs aside both were/are better players than Cummins.
    Here is the funny thing, you speak to other people at the peak of Cummins career and they were bloody shocked how he wasn't given a chance. Look at him ripping up some of those English teams during the November tests back in the day. He was good, real good, but alas the good ol' boys would get the opportunities.

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    Force announce squad for Asia tour
    April 17, 2019

    The Western Force have announced their squad to tour Japan before they head into their third Global Rapid Rugby Asia Showcase series clash against the Asia Pacific Dragons in Singapore.

    Head coach Tim Sampson said the 25-man touring squad is looking forward to the challenge of playing against quality opposition overseas.

    “After starting the season three from three and for the most part playing at a level we are satisfied with, we are looking forward to hitting the road and playing overseas against quality opposition,” Sampson said.

    “With giving the majority of our squad the opportunity throughout the first three fixtures and then to perform the way we did, it highlights the quality we have within the squad.

    “Chris Alcock and Andrew Ready will come back into the squad for the trip and Ian Prior will join us next week in Tokyo after the impending birth of he and wife Lizzie’s first child.”

    While the team is on tour, youngsters Carlo Tizzano and Michael McDonald will be also be hitting the road with the Junior Wallabies U20’s camp.

    “After performing well for us on debut last week, we wish Michael McDonald and Carlo Tizzano the very best as they attend the Junior Wallabies U20’s camp commencing on Thursday,” Sampson said.

    Full Tour Squad

    Brad Lacey Brynard Stander
    Chris Alcock Chris Heiberg
    Clay Uyen Harrison Lloyd
    Heath Tessmann Henry Stowers
    Henry Taefu Issak Fines
    Jack McGregor Jeremy Thrush
    Johan Bardoul Kieran Longbottom
    Leon Power Marcel Brache
    Masivesi Dakuwaqa Rod Davies
    Rodney Iona Tevin Ferris
    Tom Sheminant
    https://www.westernforce.com.au/forc...for-asia-tour/

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    Still neither of the Orr brothers? Hope they are back fit for the Fiji game.

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    What's happened to Lee-Warner as well - he was looking very promising last year

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    And no Deegan either.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Alison View Post
    And no Deegan either.
    Deegan is injured.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Alison View Post
    Still neither of the Orr brothers? Hope they are back fit for the Fiji game.
    Either Orr

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    The squad for the first game in Fukuoka on 20 April.

    Looks like we're running short on halves with prior, Deegan and McDonald N/A.

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    Well done again RA & your scummy mates.

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