The 1014 answer your questions from The Rugby Championship and beyond.

  • Should Israel Folau have been sent to the bin?
  • What on earth was up with the pulling of the hair and Cheika’s response?
  • Should Eben Etzebeth have been carded for his lack of judgement?
  • What needs to be done to stabilise South African Rugby? Will Rassie Erasmus be the saviour?
  • How can Argentina move out of this current rut?
  • Is Ryan Crotty the most important person for the All Blacks?
  • Should the tackle be outlawed in rugby as Professor Allyson Pollock suggests?

And there is a very special moment where an Anthony Foley memorial jersey is presented to The Shed and The 1014 Rugby Community.

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  1. Hi guys, it struck me watching your Q&A’s particularly in regard to the Southern Hemisphere teams losing players to the English & French clubs, it reminds me of the 80’s & 90’s when Wales lost a whole generation of players to rugby League, players such as Scott Gibbs, Scott Quinnell, Allan Bateman , Dai Young and of course my hero Jonathan Davies. This ripped the heart out of the welsh team & affected Wales for the next two decades. At least the players in the northern hemisphere are still available to their national teams if required, Jonathan Davies was not even allowed into the old Arms Park to commentate on a game after signing for Widnes. Cheers Rob

    • Yeah, there is a huge migration bubbling away. And it is very very similar to the Welsh team. I remember around the same time we lost five All Blacks to League and IMO it cost us a real chance at the 1991 WC.
      As for Jonathan Davies. That man is a lot of peoples hero. I will never forget watching him in 1988 out here in NZ. Yes, Wales got pumped by a ridiculously good AB side, but he was immense. The try at Eden Park is something of pure class and genius. Cheers


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