SA Rugby Magazine identifies the back to watch from any team of Waterman Super Rugby.
Sonny Bill Williams last year struggled for shape after suffering a number of injuries. It is clear, however, that his team's franchise and coaches still have faith in the 33-year-old youth, who at best can be a real attack attack changer. and protection. However, with the younger centers in shape Seeking a place in the All Blacks team, the person who made the landing in art would want to restore his faith and remind his critics of his abilities.
Tavita Kuridani The massive center struggled for consistency during the Super Rugby, which made several parts of Australian media and fans call for its exclusion from the Wallabies installation. He failed to appear against Ireland in June, and after returning to Brümmy he suffered a trauma at his chest in his last game. As the World Cup rises great, Kuried, often used as a striker, will want to be one of the leading men of the Brumbis in 2019.
Bulls boasts many talented players, but this is an incredibly talented player Take Papper who will be determined to build an unforgettable 2018 season. The 21-year-old received the support of then Bulls coach John Mitchell as one of three young squads on the team last year and he grabbed his opportunity with both hands. His potential was also recognized by Bock Coach Rasie Erasmus, who prepared it directly in the national tournament before giving the young two a tour at the end of the year. The Papier is aged with composing performances against Scotland and Wales, who will support it well before the 2019 campaign. He will once again faced the competition of Ivan van Syl and Andre Warner for Bulls No 9 Jersey but can be expected to get a lot of time playing this season.
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Anton Linett-Brown is more than capable of filling the void left by Charlie Ngata's departure. The All Blacks Center turned into a super-submarine, leaving the bench in seven of the 11 tests he played in 2018. While his skills in line breakup and distribution were impressive, he also shone with defense, with his fast lines to exclude opposition offenders. It's hard to believe that Lenger-Brown is only 23 years old, that's his top-level confidence.
A base in the midfield of the Crusaders, Jack Goudu followed by his breakthrough season in 2017 with an excellent 2018, helping the Crusaders defend your title. But he will remember 2018 for the year he has succeeded to join the All Blacks team and make his debut in the test series in June against France. The center made six trials, which were slowly proving is worth along with franchise teammate Ryan Croti. Deadly Finisher Glancing for the gap, Goodhue will hope another excellent Super Rugby campaign is enough to seal a place in the World Cup of all blacks.
Foresters are proud of a lethal set of finishers in their back three, but that's one of their stars, Waisake Naholo, who wants to remind the world of his talent after what his standards are silent in 2018. The Fleet started as the first choice of the right wing for All Blacks, but the multifunctionality of Damian Mackenzie, Ben Smith and Jordi Barrett was beneficial. With a record of 41 attempts in 55 super rugby games, Fiji's speed-racing driver will hope to return the best form in 2019.
Ngani Laumape scored nine attempts for the Super Rugby in 2018, including four in the exclusive performance against Blues, and was named the Hurricane Year Player for the second consecutive season. The shape of the center over the past two years has seen him win 10 test caps, with his debut in the series against British and Irish lions in 2017. Although not the biggest midfielder in the Super Rugby, Laumape is still a devastating bearer ball. p a low center of gravity that has helped him escape during his career.
The Jaguars have found another gemstone Bautista DelgiIn 2018, the 21-year-old scored 10 attempts in 15 super rugby games and five in his first nine Argentine tests, including his victory over Springbok in Mendoza. Delguy is one of the best counter-attackers around, with the ability to dance through the best defenses and is an excellent playmaker.
On the back of some powerful Lions performances in the Super Rugby 2018, Aphiwe Dyantyi was introduced into the Springbok mix as coach Rasí Erasmus tried to score the speed and ability to finish at the age of 24. Dianti was backed up in 13 of Boxing's 14 tests and his talent and contribution were recognized when he won the World Player of the Year award for the year. Many compared the rookie to Brian Havana, the most prolific pilot in the history of one and the first with 67 touchdowns. However, Havana performs consistently for 14 years and remains to be seen if Diantiy can reproduce the form he showed in the breakthrough season. While the attacking game has undoubtedly raised Lions and Boks in the last 12 months, it has the ability to improve defense under the high ball. It is encouraging to note the attitude of the young person and the working ethic. There is a good reason to believe that Diantiy will take his game to the next level in an important year for the South African rugby.
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After staying in the Leicester Tigers, Matt Tumuna was quickly traced last year, although they did not play Super Rugby. It was originally thought that the return to Brumbies was on the cards for 2019, but the 29-year-old was plundered by the rebels. A multifunctional player that can be used almost anywhere in the back, Toomua will be presented alongside Wallabies Reece Hodge, Marika Koroibete, Quade Cooper, Dane Haylett-Petty and Will Genia.
After completing high school in 2017, Jordan Pettaya was placed in the red tournament for the Super Rugby 2018 tournament and called the Wallabies team last November. The Teenage Wing had to become the third smallest Wallaby, but he was denied a debut against Italy for injury. A navy, explosive from the brand and a lethal step, he is talking about a next-generation star. With the reds who need a new hero and the world championship for only eight months, Petai will be determined to prove that the future is now.
Can not be enjoyed the unforgettable 2018, the highlight of which was the debut of the dream tests in June when he scored two attempts as Springboks claimed a memorable 42-39 return to England at Ellis Park. The talented 23-year-old remains on the right wing for the next two matches, but after returning to Super Rugby, he suffers an accident that takes him out of action for nearly two months. Nonetheless, Nkos finished the year with three more boxing rounds on the right wing and will aim to complete it momentum in the season 2019. The boy is there has established himself as one of the most influential wings in the South African Rugby, with his power of contact and defense, while improving it while he improvises his aerial game.
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Damyan Willems troubled the better defensive countries with its speed, footprint and distribution ability last season. On the back of some strong Stormers side struggles, the 20-year-old received an invitation to join Boxing. Coach Rasie Erasmus compares Willemse to the World Cup winner in 2007, France Stein, another talented player who was backed to play for Boxing at an early age. Bok and Stormers captain Sia Colisee has confirmed that Wilemse's mental strength will keep him at a good level at the highest level. The young man was used in half a year during the test season – the first start of No. 15 against England in Tikkenham. Erasmus has made it clear that he wants it Willemse to get more time to bet on Stormers before Boxing travels to the World Cup. With more time and space to make his magic, Willemse has to give Stormers a big push from the back.
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Shining light in the sun waves 2018 Super Rugby, Campaign Hayden Parker signed for another year. The 28-year-old boy surprised him to the side to a win against Stormers last season and has become the highest-rated New Zealander in a super rugby game by helping to 36 points in the Sunwolves victory against the red 2018 Parker, who joined the Japanese franchise after injuries that devaluated his career from Highlanders, will again add a lot of experience on the back of Sunwolves.
In 2018, Jake Gordon He darkened Nick Phipps as the first choice of Waratahs and, though he did not start the tournament, did not disappoint him. The 25-year-old plays 757 minutes in 17 of Waratah's 18 games. With a crisp passage and a strong match, Gordon brings unpredictability to position # 9. He has defensive weaknesses, but Waratahs made 67 attempts in 2018, so the same can be said for some of his teammates.
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