RWC 2019 – Waratahs ‘will be better players’ as a result of highlander fight

Back-half Nick Phipps was able to bring to light a positive record of the Waratahs’ 49-12 loss to the Highlanders at Invercargill. Waratahs players are hoping to perform well in the upcoming world cup. Rugby World Cup Tickets can be book online which make you suitable to link the WC 2019.

A forgotten campaign ended Friday in southern New Zealand as the Highlanders dominated the final match to keep their hopes alive in the quarter-finals. The Waratah had a 10th defeat of the season and their heaviest defeat, since the embarrassment of the 96-19 against the Crusaders in Christchurch 17 years ago.

RWC 2019 - Waratahs 'will be better players' as a result of highlander fight
RWC 2019 – Waratahs ‘will be better players’ as a result of highlander fight

This type of final score was apparent when the visitors followed at half-time on the score of 42-7, because of the rawness and speed of their alignment. Captain of the day, Phipps was one of the few experienced Wallabies of the Waratahs, with five more rested as part of their requirements for Rugby Australia.

According to Phipps, Daryl Gibson’s training with several rookies and marginal candidates in such an exhausting match would bear fruit.

“Out there tonight there were a lot of players who are going to be taking this team forward,” he said.

If anything, they’ll be better players for that, they’ve been bloodied in one of the hardest cauldrons in the world. They got up in the second half so hopefully, they’ll keep it in the pre-season and get ready for next year and enhance their strategies to perform extra-ordinary in the upcoming world cup matches.

Phipps will be leaving next season for London Irish, along with Sekope Kepu and Curtis Rona. Gibson has another season to execute on his contract and hopes his team can improve his record in tight games, which ultimately cost them.

“We were very competitive during the year. Just losing those critical moments, that’s really telling,” he said.

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Otago reject to RWC hopeful: The secret behind Brad Weber’s stellar season

The Chiefs hosted their annual awards night at SKYCITY in Hamilton on Wednesday night, with their best and fairest players receiving the recognition they deserved for their efforts throughout the 2019 campaign. Followers of rugby can book Rugby World Cup Final Tickets online.

It’s been a testing season for the two-time champions, too. Three wins from their opening 10 matches had the potential to seriously threaten their streak of seven consecutive playoff appearances since 2012.

Otago reject to RWC hopeful: The secret behind Brad Weber's stellar season
Otago reject to RWC hopeful: The secret behind Brad Weber’s stellar season

Add to that the season-ending knee injury to star playmaker Damian McKenzie in mid-April and many had written the Chiefs off as New Zealand’s wooden spoon-winners.

His experience, nippy running game, and all-around leadership have helped the side overturn their five-match winless streak to start the year and force themselves into playoff contention in a matter of weeks.

Should the Chiefs have failed to emerge from Melbourne with a quarter-final berth, Weber could have taken solace in the fact that his efforts hadn’t gone unnoticed, as he was awarded coaches’ player of the year, and fans’ player of the year three nights ago.

“I reckon that’s probably gone a long way to helping me play better because I just feel so much clearer and better out on the field.”

With no clear-cut third-choice option at halfback available to the All Blacks, the race is well and truly on to accompany incumbents Aaron Smith and TJ Perenara at this year’s World Cup in Japan.

You could excuse Weber for getting caught up in the hype of All Blacks selection in a World Cup year, but, along with his prime physical condition, the one-test halfback also attributes his electric form to his ability to deflect such distractions.

“In previous years, I reckon I let the All Blacks selection probably consume me a bit too much, and it probably affected me negatively on the field,” he said.

“I can’t control selection, all I can control is how I play, so that’s been a huge mind shift for me, and, honestly, it’s like a weight off my shoulders, which has been great for me.”

Otago reject to RWC hopeful: The secret behind Brad Weber's stellar season
Otago reject to RWC hopeful: The secret behind Brad Weber’s stellar season

However, he was dropped as the province’s second-choice halfback in favors of 19-year-old Josh Renton, who had flourished at a schoolboy level the year before with Otago Boys’ High School and New Zealand Schools.

“To be honest, that was probably the kick up the ass that I needed, because I’d been playing alright for the Sharks [Dunedin], but I didn’t actually work that hard on my core skills, and Tony Brown, by not selecting me, made me realize that I needed to do more than what I was actually doing,” he said.

There has been a noticeable difference in Weber’s game this year, though, and the conceivable prospect of him winning re-selection back into Hansen’s squad ahead of the World Cup would be a huge reward for his unwavering persistence across all levels of the game in New Zealand.

In saying that, his focus remains firmly on the Chiefs, as it has been all season, with a quarter-final against either the Crusaders in Christchurch or Jaguares in Buenos Aires still to play.

“All of what I’ve worked to over the past few years would be all worth it, and the decision to come into pre-season early just so I can get into good nick and give it a real decent crack would just be incredibly satisfying.”

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State of the nation’s ahead of RWC19

The dust has established on the November internationals and the time for reflection from coaches has initiated 10 months out from next year’s Rugby World Cup in Japan. Followers of rugby can book Rugby World Cup Final Tickets online.

State of the nation’s ahead of RWC19
State of the nation’s ahead of RWC19

NEW ZEALAND

New Zealand’s 10-try demolition of Italy in the final game of their end-of-season tour will have done nothing to ease concerns about the two previous matches, where they squeaked past England and lost to Ireland.

All Blacks endure the standard in test rugby and, despite losses to South Africa and Ireland this year, the odds on them winning a third straight RWC are unlikely to stray much above the 2-1 mark over.

IRELAND

Six Nations Grand Slam, first test series conquest in Australia for almost 40 years and November’s fully merited falling of the All Blacks made 2018 the year Ireland became frank RWC contenders.

They may have needed world player of the year Johnny Sexton’s stoppage-time drop goal in Paris to kick start a run of 11 wins in 12, but what followed included commanding victories in London, Melbourne, and Sydney.

ENGLAND

Eddie Jones declined to get carried away when England was racking up 24 wins from his first 25 games in care and did not dread when they lost five in a row this year.

State of the nation’s ahead of RWC19
State of the nation’s ahead of RWC19

Through France and Argentina struggling for form, England’s pool is starting to look a bit less stimulating and, on the back of six successive wins over Australia, two against South Africa and a TMO-inspired loss New Zealand that could so easily have been a victory, they should travel to Japan fearing nobody.

WALES

Wales completed a clean sweep of their November tests for the first time and end the year with nine test wins in a row and Coach Warren Gatland’s World Cup plans firmly on track.

The first win in 14 efforts over ailing Australia was the acme but Wales will also be pleased with the way they managed the home wins over Scotland and South Africa.

Their only sufferers in 2018 came away to Ireland and England, who they are due to see after the 2019 Six Nations in the build-up to the RWC for what will be huge tests of their willingness for Japan.

SOUTH AFRICA

The Springboks may have finished 2018 with a 50 percent win ratio but there is considerably more optimism around the team than a year ago and the real belief they can be World Cup contenders.

The team has repaid to traditional Bok rugby, powerful forwards who convey the ball with ferocity and a strong set-piece stand from which to unleash their backs.

AUSTRALIA

The poorest test season in 60 years has capped a depressing spell for Australian rugby on and off the pitch since the Wallabies lost to New Zealand in the last World Cup final.

In November, the first defeat in 14 tests against Wales, a three-try win over a limited Italy side and a sixth successive loss to England have left the twice world champs sixth in the rankings, a place which if anything flatters them.

The Australians have enough quality through the likes of Israel Folau, David Pocock and Will Genia to always pose a threat, but a consistent 80-minute performance against quality opposition has looked increasingly beyond them.

SCOTLAND

Scotland has proved to be a match for anybody at Murrayfield but a worrying inability to win consistently away from home will be giving coach Gregor Townsend sleepless nights ahead of the World Cup.

State of the nation’s ahead of RWC19
State of the nation’s ahead of RWC19

Home victories over England, France, and Argentina showed their best qualities, but heavy defeats in Wales (twice) and Ireland exposed how much work there still is to do.

The coach trusts he has a team to compete with anybody in the Six Nations, and therefore the RWC too, but results don’t fully reproduce that yet as Scotland still lack consistency.

FRANCE

France will be happy to see the back of 2018 in which they won three of their 11 tests and suffered a first-ever loss to Fiji, a home defeat described as “shameful” by center Mathieu Bastareaud.

The side must rebuild confidence ahead of the World Cup, though there are other obvious areas of concern.

The French conceded an average of 26 points per game this year, though three tests were away at world champions New Zealand.

ARGENTINA

Argentina healthier from a poor start to the year to best their best Rugby Championship recital before losing three matches in a row against European opposition.

State of the nation’s ahead of RWC19
State of the nation’s ahead of RWC19

The big query for Coach Mario Ledesma and the Argentina Rugby Union is whether to persevere with the rule of choosing mostly home-based players for the international side.

JAPAN

Japan has sustained to develop a free-spirited style under coach Jamie Joseph which means they should at least entertain home provision next year. Joseph has constantly stressed the need to iron out the inconsistencies that have plagued Japan in recent internationals.

However, the Brave Blossoms’ attacking system, combined with basic tackling errors, leaves them vulnerable in defense and this will be the focus for Joseph as Japan look to reach the quarter-finals for the first time.

ITALY

Italy bore another hot year which highlighted their diminishing status in RWC and revives questions about whether they add value to the Six Nations.

That points to a limited attack and porous defense, with little time to fix things before the World Cup.

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RWC 2019 – John Mitchell signs England extension reports

There has been sufficiently gossip over England’s post RWC 2019 coaching group in current months with only Steve Borthwick of the assistant coaches, contracted long term to the RFU. Fans who want to watch the live action of Rugby can book Rugby World Cup Final Tickets online.

England Head coach Eddie Jones contracted a 2-year extension to his deal, which will see him continue his role through to 2021, while England searches for his successor.

England’s Assistant coaches Neal Hatley John and John Mitchell were both due to part ways with England after the Rugby World Cup with Neal Hatley set for a return to Bath coach as forwards coach under new director of rugby Stuart Hooper. John Mitchell, who the RFU paid a healthy payment package to the Bulls to secure, had not confirmed his next coaching target after the trip to Japan in this year.

RWC 2019 - John Mitchell signs England extension reports
RWC 2019 – John Mitchell signs England extension reports

However, Mitchell is set to sign a two-year extension to his current contract, just as Jones did, which will take him through to 2021 as England’s defense coach.

New Zealander could then possibly be in the frame to replace Jones as a head coach or even feature on the British and Irish Lions coaching staff with the previous obligatory Farrell likely to be very busy in his role as Ireland’s head coach. Borthwick will also be possible in the running, with the former Bath and Saracens forward having been mentored by Jones throughout his coaching career so far.

John Mitchell gaining by England was treated with a reasonable amount of skepticism when first announced, thanks in part due to the long list of clubs and unions Mitchell had worked at, many for short tenures. But his effect on the England defense, which has become more destructive and opportunistic has helped the side turn around following their 2017/18 dip in form.

Having coached the USA, Bulls and England all within the last 3 years, it looks as if John Mitchell will remain in one place for the next few years and continue contributing to the rises of Maro Itoje Tom Curry and England’s other emerging stars, as the team improves their skills to force turnovers and counter-attack on the transition.

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Australia is finally ready to name a new attack coach – within 100 days World Cup

Wallabies coach Michael Cheika will unveil his mysterious World Cup attack coach in less than 100 days before the rugby tournament in Japan.

Rugby director Scott Johnson announced Thursday that an announcement would be made in the coming weeks on the replacement of former Wallaby Stephen Larkham, who was suspended controversially in February.

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Australia is finally ready to name a new attack coach - within 100 days World Cup
Australia is finally ready to name a new attack coach – within 100 days World Cup

Johnson, who was in that role at the 2007 World Cup when Australia had its worst result with a quarter-final exit, said he was not considering taking that position himself.

“There will be a decision made in the next couple of days,” Johnson said.

We looked at the candidates, some are internal and others have other work to do so, an announcement will be made very soon.

Former Wallabies Matt Giteau and Brian Smith are believed to be part of the group, as are Waratah coach Daryl Gibson and Rebels assistant Shaun Bern. Cheika is believed to have had someone in mind for a month, pointing to the last two Super Rugby-related candidates.

Speaking at a ceremony in Melbourne before the Super Rugby finals, Johnson said he believes the World Cup would be the most contested but the Wallabies would be in the mix.

“I think New Zealand’s dominance is probably a little tighter than at previous World Cups and I would not be surprised if the winner loses a pool match,” said Johnson.

There are five or six teams that could win but the competition is unstable in our favour. Former Wallabies captain Stirling Mortlock, who was also part of guests, put more pressure on Johnson and said he had to make his mark on the test side to succeed.

A lot of people talk about rugby leadership in Australia and everything in this Wallabies outfit needs to be a well-oiled machine. I think Australia can do something special, but the test matches before the World Cup are essential for us to impose our authority.

At the same time, Johnson said he thought the Wallabies could move on from the Israel Folau saga that had damaged Waratah’s Super Rugby season, with continued legal action threatening the World Cup.

“A lot of time has been devoted to it and now we’ve got to focus on performing in the World Cup and in Test matches,” Johnson said.

Israel is doing what it has to do and it has the right to do it, we have to keep playing rugby and I think the players are professional enough to understand that.

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Richie McCaw is training and his wife Gemma jokes it’s for the RWC 2019

It is 100 days out of the Rugby World Cup and Richie McCaw is getting himself fit for the World Cup. At least that is what wife Gemma McCaw is funnily suggesting. Followers of rugby can book Rugby World Cup Final Tickets online.

All the former Black captains have been a part of 4 Rugby World Cups and retired in 2015 after lifting the Webb Ellis Cup for the second time.

On Wednesday, Gemma posted on the instagram video of the 37 year-old Richie training on his spin bike in their home garage with the caption when he understands the Rugby World Cup is only 100 days away.

Richie McCaw himself posted on his Facebook fan page a photo of him lifting the cup in 2015 with his teammates.

“It’s hard to believe it is only 100 days until the Rugby World Cup Can’t waiting to watch the boys play.”

Before this year, he exposed some of the psychological demons he had to fight during his rugby career.

Richie McCaw is training and his wife Gemma jokes it's for the RWC 2019
Richie McCaw is training and his wife Gemma jokes it’s for the RWC 2019

He returns to the infamous 2007 RWC quarterfinal loss to France in Cardiff in the A Few Hard Men podcast and exposed how it became a life-changing moment for him for the better.

“People ask me what is the worst thing that happened to you in rugby for a while I’d say the 2007 World Cup quarter-final but possibly now I’d say it was one of the best things that occurred to me.”

Gemma McCaw last month also opened up about motherhood with the couple’s baby daughter Charlotte who was born in December.

She was asked in a Q and A on instagram whether they would like more children which she replied yes we both would love more, but right now we are just grateful to have Lottie.

“Loving it definitely has its challenges and some days are harder than others but it is so rewarding and nothing prepares you for the love you feel for them.”

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England will be based on the Saracen machine in RWC 2019

Saturday night in Paris will be an avalanche of firepower in the final of the Top 14 between Toulouse and Clermont.

However, with respect to the test arena in Japan on October 12, team coach Alex King said an English team based around the Saracens machine will definitely nullify France at their final pool match.

Toulouse and Clermont both have powerful offensive options for French coach Jacques Brunel, who has not yet decided his first choice, No. 10, for the tournament in Japan. Sports fanatics can book Rugby World Cup Tickets online to enjoy its stunning performances.

England will be based on the Saracen machine in RWC 2019
England will be based on the Saracen machine in RWC 2019

The final of the League at the Stade de France offers Camille Lopez and Antoine Antoine Dupont to present itself as the answer to a long debate that requires a resolution before a pool campaign in the Far East. when France and England will be joined by Argentina, Tonga and the United States in one of the most difficult pools of the final.

King has spent the season developing strategies to deal with the French league’s best offensive skills. This list is led by the wings of Clermont Damian Penaud and Alivereti Raka as well as by Lopez, while the centre of Toulouse Wesley Fofana plays an exciting attack initiated by Dupont and making the most of a back line including Romain Ntamack, Maxime Medard, Thomas Ramos and Yoann Huget. The only consolation for English fans is that Cheslin Kolbe, the brilliant wing of Toulouse, is South African.

They will also base themselves on the Saracens machine and this state of mind will yield real dividends, with Exeter also showing the good mentality. The Premiership is really strong at the moment.

Toulouse has been fantastic this season and is trying to give the ball as often as possible to Kolbe, one of the fastest players in the Top14.

The two teams in the final will form the basis of the French back line at the World Cup with Parra, Fofana, Penaud, Raka and Lopez for Clermont, and Toulouse with Ramos, Ntamack, Dupont, Huget and Medard. If you then add a few more players from other clubs, you get a tremendous range of talent.

The role of No. 10 for France is so difficult and Lopez still seems to be abandoned when they lose. This is the reality of rugby life here and you hope that Brunel will give someone the opportunity to create partnerships.

For France to be a real threat to England, she must choose her selection and training because, as we saw in Toulouse, she excels in the ball returned playing unstructured rugby.

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USA Eagles name training team in preparation for the RWC19

With just 100 days to go until RWC Japan 2019, the USA Men’s Eagles have named their initial 50-man training squad which includes 40 players who will assemble next week in preparation for the Pacific Nations Cup. Fans who want to watch the live action of Rugby can book Rugby World Cup Final Tickets online.

USA Eagles name training team in preparation for the RWC19
USA Eagles name training team in preparation for the RWC19

The preliminary training squad comprises a pool of players who will be considered for the final 31-man roster traveling to Japan in mid-September. Over the next several months, Head Coach Gary Gold and staff will use the upcoming camp in Colorado and Pacific Nations Cup (PNC) to make final selections.

Of the 50 players chosen, three are uncapped including Houston SaberCats’ Jamason Fa’anana Shultz, Seattle Seawolves’ Riekert Hattingh and Rugby United New York’s Ross Deacon.

Similarly, three players from the USA Men’s Sevens who recently qualified for the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games are named, including Eagles Sevens Captain Madison Hughes, Martin Iosefo and Ben Pinkelman.

General Manager of the Men’s National Team 15s Dave Hodges said: We’re really looking forward to working with this group of men over the next several months as our staff makes final preparations for Rugby World Cup. As Japan 2019 is set to be one of the most exciting and successful rugby events to do date, we as a program are heavily focused on improving upon our past World Cup performances, as a representation of the growth of rugby in the United States.

“While the weeks and months to follow will be filled with tireless work, I’m confident that our coaches and staff will prepare these men not only for the Rugby World Cup but four crucial matchups ahead of that in the Pacific Nations Cup and our final test match with Canada in Vancouver.”

The U.S. Men’s National Team 15s will assemble next week in Colorado as the final stretch to Rugby World Cup begins. Beginning with the Pacific Nations Cup, the USA will face rival-Canada at Infinity Park in Glendale on July 27, followed by Samoa and Japan in Fiji on August 3 and 10, respectively.

One final test match between the U.S. and Canada will take place at B.C. Place Stadium in Vancouver on September 7. The Eagles will then head to Japan to face England, France, Argentina, and Tonga in Pool C at Rugby World Cup 2019.

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Pacific Island double-header in Auckland in lead-up to RWC

A pair of Rugby World Cup warm-up clashes among Pacific Island nations and a New Zealand Heartland XV will be hosted at Eden Park on August 31. Fans are excited to get their Rugby World Cup Final Tickets online to see live performances of their favorite team and players.

On an occasion billed as the ‘Pasifika Challenge II: The Road to Japan’, Fiji will take on Tonga while Samoa will face the Heartland XV in back-to-back games in Auckland in preparation for this year’s Rugby World Cup in Japan, which kicks-off three weeks later.

Pacific Island double-header in Auckland in lead-up to RWC
Pacific Island double-header in Auckland in lead-up to RWC

The series of matches follows on from the inaugural Pasifika Challenge contest in 2017, which was used as a warm-up event for that year’s British and Irish Lions tour of New Zealand.

That year, an under-strength Wales side defeated Tonga 24-6, while the All Blacks thrashed Samoa 78-0.

This year’s follow-up edition adds to the World Cup preparation of all three Pacific Island nations heading to the tournament in September.

It was announced last month that Fiji and the All Blacks will face off in a two-match series to be played in Suva and Rotorua in July, while Samoa and Tonga have one-off matches against the Wallabies in Sydney and the All Blacks in Hamilton a week after the Pasifika Challenge.

Additionally, all three teams will compete against Japan, the United States, and Canada in the Pacific Nations Cup in the weeks preceding their clash at Eden Park.

The event also has the potential to be rewarding off the field for the financially-embattled Pacific nations, according to RNZ, as event organizers Left Field Live, an Australian-based sports rights, and entertainment company, have added a monetary incentive based on attendance figures, which will be split evenly by the Fijian, Samoan and Tongan rugby unions.

Auckland Tourism Events and Economic Development, a branch of the Auckland Council, is involved with hosting the matches, and there is hope that fans will turn out in big numbers in a similar fashion to the way in which they have supported the likes of Mate Ma’a Tonga in rugby league in recent years.

The Pasifika Challenge II will be played during the second round of New Zealand’s amateur provincial competition, the Heartland Championship, meaning that some of the league’s best players will be unavailable for their provinces for that weekend.

It will also be played simultaneously with the Mitre 10 Cup that round, and although no teams within the Auckland region are playing at home that day, Auckland will be playing against Waikato in Hamilton at 7:35pm, meaning a scheduling clash is likely between the competitions.

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Shoulder surgery likely to put end to Nehe Milner-Skudder’s Rugby World Cup hopes

The unpredicted hope of Nehe Milner-Skudder to compete in this year’s World Cup seems to have been shattered. Fans are excited to get their Rugby World Cup Final Tickets online to see live performances of their favourite team and players.

The 28-year-old star of the Hurricanes, who will join France’s top 14 clubs in Toulon next year, will have another surgery on his shoulder which has prevented him from playing Super Rugby throughout the season.

As a result, he will not participate at all in the Hurricanes this year, which means he probably played his last match in New Zealand.

Shoulder surgery likely to put end to Nehe Milner-Skudder's Rugby World Cup hopes
Shoulder surgery likely to put end to Nehe Milner-Skudder’s Rugby World Cup hopes

“There was plenty to work towards and look forward to on the Rugby to-do list,” Milner-Skudder posted to Instagram.

But unfortunately, because of persistent shoulder problems as a result of a previous surgery that did not go as well as we had hoped, it was the best decision to make again for everything is settled.

Milner-Skudder’s new injury is one of the many injuries that have plagued him since his debut as a test man in 2015. When he started to help the All Blacks win a third World Cup title in England.

The hot-stepping wing scored eight tries in eight test appearances that year and won the World Rugby Breakout Player of the Year award.

However, a series of injuries have severely limited his involvement in his playing at all levels of the game. Milner-Skudder has played only five other tests for the All Blacks in the three since this year’s Rugby World Cup.

He recently became an ambassador for the New Zealand rugby campaign for mental health in sport, highlighting the heavy consequences of his long list of injuries.

“I have been through a few injuries but this has easily been the toughest one both physically and mentally,” he said.

However, I’m not ready to give up any time soon, I love a good challenge and I have so much love and support around me.

Milner-Skudder is expected to join New Zealand compatriots Julian Savea, Liam Messam and Bryce Heem as he returns to Toulon for the 2019/20 season later this year.

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