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In every World Cup year, Super Rugby offers an opportunity for young players who never celebrated their presence in any international contest before. Numerous players start their careers by getting a chance to be a part of the Rugby World Cup.
There have been a lot of outstanding performances in the first month and a half of Super Rugby. However, here are a few who have started looking for a place on the plane to get to the land of the rising sun in six months time.
Anyone who has watched Will Jordan play for the Tasman Mako or the New Zealand Under-20 Team in the past two seasons should have identified this 21-year-old as an All Black potential for this year’s Rugby World Cup.
The back kept his electric form of the Miter 10 Cup and U20 World Championships and won in Super Rugby with the Crusaders, where he played a big role in leading them to the top of the table.
Jordan is in the top 10 of the Super Rugby for the scoring (four), clean cuts (eight) and counters (329), which he managed in just two starts – against the Red Sand Chiefs – in four outings.
The impact he had in defeating the Waratahs against the Waratahs last week illustrated the decisive abilities he can offer and with only Rieko Ioane and Ben Smith. The certainties outside Steve Hansen’s team for the Rugby World Cup, there is definitely a chance for Jordan to make the cut.
Tom Robinson has done a lot in the last few days. Many think he’s the long-time substitute for the Blues for Jerome Kaino as the blindside flanker.
Difficult to miss his long red hair, he is not a substitute comparable to Kaino insofar. He is not a reinforcement type flanker who tries to bang on the opposition players and to make tackles protruding.
This is not to say that there is no factor x-factor in Robinson’s game, as he showed a good lap of speed against the Highlanders last weekend to score a try that ultimately been dismissed by the TMO.
With the ability to cover the lock with a height of 1.98 m, the 24-year-old is also a good line-up option, and since Hansen likes players who can cover both the second line and the blind side – namely Scott Barrett, Jackson Hemopo Vaea Fifita – Robinson might be in the calculation if he continues to impress with the resurrected Blues.
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