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Friday, January 27, 2006


International Rugby: Splinters attract no moss, or experience.

A few days ago Rugga World brought you the story of Australia's difficulties in capturing a coach. One of the nascent issues facing any aspiring coach would have been the 'problem' of what to do at scrumhalf. It looks like that issue has gone halfway to solving itself.

Waratahs captain Chris Whitaker will join a European club after the Super 14 rugby season, and is unlikely to play for the Wallabies again.

The decision by the veteran of 31 tests and two World Cup campaigns, will have major implications for Australia's 2007 World Cup plans.

It could increase the chances of veteran Wallaby skipper and halfback George Gregan being retained . Whitaker, 31, will become the Waratahs' most capped player if he plays all Super 14 matches.

Information source: New Zealand Herald.
It seems that they do have a bit of a back-up problem

But- get Henjak on the wagon!
Yep Oranje,

Henjack's the man. He's a cheeky devil and quite ill-disciplined outside the game, but he may well become the best scrummie on show in all Rugby in 2006 - mark my words,

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