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Bulldogs bite Lions in Division 1 opener
Authored by: Seth McElvaney on Monday, August 07 2017 @ 01:06 am ACST

Great Britain looked incredible in this match. Ireland v Great Britain in the final does not look like total fantasy.
Do you think youth and inexperience might be South Africa's problem this time out? It looks like most of the team was not at IC14.

Bulldogs bite Lions in Division 1 opener
Authored by: Brett Northey on Monday, August 07 2017 @ 01:26 am ACST

By Ireland being the biggest foe, I meant in the round matches. They play later so are very unlikely to meet in the grand final.

South Africa went from very well represented on social media and the internet to very quiet. Even their website went down. They'd already stopped expanding into new provinces last I knew. We've since also heard they almost didn't make it to IC17.

I also note that much was made in the past of the "game for everyone" angle, with several big white blokes filling key positions and bring diversity to the team. I didn't see that this time, which is disappointing both on and off the field.

So altogether I don't think things are right over there for footy. I don't know why, I hope I'm wrong and I wish them all the best turning things around if there is a problem.

Brett Northey - Co-founder and Chief Editor of WFN

Bulldogs bite Lions in Division 1 opener
Authored by: Harley Vague on Monday, August 07 2017 @ 05:59 pm ACST

The RSA seem to be a very skillful side. The Great Britain side is totally different to that of 2014.They were brutal in the last the quarter that I saw. and gave away downfield penalties for late stuff etc. Also I noticed that they were quicker to the ball which totally surprised me. The Lions might've been a little disheartened. It did seem to be a deliberate tactic of the Bulldogs.