Wallabies manager Michael Cheika is predicting a poor run in the forthcoming Rugby Championship except there is a line drawn under the Super Rugby season.
The coach asked that Australia Rugby looks forward in the Rugby Championship else the results would not be different.
In the Super Rugby, all five of the Australian sides lost more games that they could win. Conference topping Brumbies got just six victories in 15 games. Cheika named 38 players from four of the eliminated sides but he asked that a line be drawn.
The Reds and Waratahs had 12 and 10 players in, while the Force had nine. Cheika demanded that the Wallabies raised their game ahead of their clash with New Zealand in the Bledisloe Cup and Rugby Championship in Sydney next month. Continue reading “CHEIKA FORESEES POOR RESULTS IN RUGBY CHAMPIONSHIP”
David Pocock is a professional rugby player who is from Zimbabwe but moved to Brisbane with his family where he completed most of his schooling. While in school, he played for the school team as well as was chosen to be part of Australian Schoolboys national rugby union team. It is known to be the highest level in school level rugby. This showcased the potential he had for the game.
Pocock made his debut as a professional player when he played for Force against the Sharks in the city of Durban. He participated in 2007 IRB Pacific Nations Cup as well for the schoolboy teams. Here he also earned the title of man of the match. Continue reading “Story of: David Pocock”