BEAUDEN BARRETT’S WOES CONCERNING

The woeful current form of Blues and All Blacks first-five/fullback Beauden Barrett is not only costing his Blues team dearly but also must be of some concern to All Blacks coach Ian Foster.

LINE DANCING-BEAUDEN BARRETT SO OUT OF STEP

One of the greats when he’s on song, he was so far out of tune against the Chiefs it was a shock watching him.

His form, the Blues inability to get the ball down over the try-line are just some of the issues that our regular expert rugby analyst, former Marlborough and King Country loose-forward Greg Brimble and myself, John Alexander will discuss.

DEMOLITION MAN-LEICESTER FAIANGA’ANUKU MATCH WINNING FORM

While Barrett was stumbling in Hamilton, several other potential World Cup All Blacks including block-busting Crusaders winger Leicester Fainga’anuku were doing quite the opposite in a round which produced several thrilling and entertaining matches and a really good crowd for the Hurricanes and Western Force thriller at Palmerston North.

The champion Crusaders just keep chalking up victories despite a shocking injury list, the resurgent Highlanders are giving their fans something to celebrate despite a long injury list as well.

McKENZIE MAGIC-BACK IN BLACK

The All Blacks compulsory resting matches, bloody ridiculous players want to play and surely Super rugby coaches are smart enough to know when players need a week off. 

The Chiefs are certainly the team to beat, the Hurricanes aren’t far away either and the Aussie teams are still behind the New Zealand sides, nothing much has changed there.

Listen to Greg and my chat and please share our stories on AbsolutelyFamous with your friends.

Interview & Story by John Alexander | Supporting Images sourced by Absolutely Famous.

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