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NZ Hawks too tall and clean for Nauru Chiefs
Authored by: Brett Northey on Monday, August 07 2017 @ 04:15 pm ACST

For NZ that higher standard national league, plus more playing in Australia now, the spread in size, the kids coming through that have played since juniors, all suggests NZ should be very good by now. With SA seemingly stagnating and lacking some size (the Afrikaans key position players of the past appear to be absent), with PNG lacking height and it seems composure with ball in hand, it would seem Ireland and NZ will be the teams to beat. The big key positions for Ireland could do very well in the GF at the MCG in good conditions, whereas NZ could have an edge around the packs.

But it only takes one upset by say GB or the USA to spit one of the favourites out.

Brett Northey - Co-founder and Chief Editor of WFN