Team of the Week – Round 13

These guys all played the kind of rugby that makes you sit back and go… Yesssss! I live my life vicariously through these very men.

None of Lions made my team (obviously) but I have included some representation by means of the cheerleaders. Look out for a full review of the S14 cheerleaders next week!

Ahh the splits…

and we’re back.

Fullback: Kurtely Beale – Waratahs

I really don’t like the Waratahs but they played well this week and one of the reasons for that was Kurt ‘the shirt’ playing a blinder at the back. He dominated with lots of sniping runs and quality play. Is it me, or does he constantly look surprised?
Closely followed by: Patrick Lambie – Sharks

Right Wing: Bjorn Basson– Cheetahs

Bjorn is actually a Griquas player but I expect some interest from other unions to be coming his way soon. He played really well scoring a brace and having a hand in another. After years of being teased for being called Bjorn, he can hold his head up high.
CFB: Lachie Turner – Waratahs

Outside Centre: Stefan Terblanche

Anyone who can drive Jacque Fourie back 5 metres in a tackle gets my respect. I fear that this is the best he will ever play being 45 and all. Stefan did everything right on the day and allowed Fourie no space. Well played old man river… I said WELL PLAYED, ah never mind.
CFB: Tyrone Smith – Brumbies

Inside Centre: Ma’a Nonu – Hurricanes

Nonu once again picking up this prestigious weekly award, again played a blinder. His defence impressed me this week too. His ability to break the line is just awesome and I fear he is coming into great form for the 3N.
CFB: Wynand Olivier

Left Wing: Francois Hougaard

Scored 2 tries, one of them to win the game (although some Crusaders will argue this fact, most people will point and laugh at them losing and then crying about it like babies). His first try was created by superb stepping and magic feet, also jazz hands. Someone really needs to tell him that you don’t have to pretend to fly when scoring a try though, seriously land wrong and boom, goodbye testicles.
CFB: Drew Mitchell – Waratahs

Flyhalf: Dan Carter – Crusaders

Carter was in sublime form on Friday night. Created a couple of tries and looked sharp on attack and solid on defence. In a word – polished. This guy should be sponsored by Mr Min. Steyn played well but I feel Carter had his number, literally.
CFB: Matt Toomua – Brumbies

Scrumhalf: Sarel Pretorius – Cheetahs

Again with the great performance. Great stuff from Sarel. The Cheetahs dominated the Force and Sarel embarrassed his opposite number. He scored a try and had a hand in the others. I would have voted for KOCKott but really I can’t stand the guy.
CFB: Rory I’m a dick Kockott

Eighthman: Rodney So’oialo – Hurricanes

Rodney played in his hundredth game and dominated. Skilful and aggressive. Good news for the All Blacks, bad news for the world.
CFB: Kieran Read – Crusaders

Blindside Flank: Rocky Elsom – Brumbies

Elsom has been playing better each week and has definitely brought a smile to Robbie Deans’ face (insert appropriate gay sex joke here). He is very skilful and handy as a line out jumper and is looking a certainty to play for the Wallabies. When asked for comment after the game, he had this to say “Adriaaaaaaaan”
CFB: Schalk Burger

Openside Flank: Schalk Burger – Stormers

Looked like the only Stormer on the field who actually wanted to be there. Played like a man possessed and once or twice seemed to tackle guys with his face. He managed to dislocate his finger, which they showed on TV, giving me a hectic case of the hibby jibbys. He is excelling this season as captain, look out for awesomeness in the Green and Gold.
CFB: Jean Deysel – Sharks

Lock: Victor Matfield – Bulls

Another class performance from old Mr Brilliant, also seems to have instilled in this team a self belief that is evident in their last minute victory. Leads from the front and grows a great beard. Enough said.
CFB: Barend Pieterse – Cheetahs

Lock: Brad Thorn

The Bakkies of New Zealand. He hasn’t had the greatest season but looked back to his best on Fri night. He is the muscle in the Saders team and showed it on Friday. Has the ability to piss opposition teams off and I think Danie Russouw will attest to that. Danie doesn’t have brain ‘farts’, he has brain ‘pooped in my pants due to follow throughs’.
CFB: Steven Sykes – Sharks

Tighthead Prop: Neemia Tialata

He played a great game for the Canes and instrumental in beating the Reds up front, thus leading to their eventual demolition. Great in the set pieces and even better in general play. Another probable All Black coming into form. Damnit.
CFB: Jannie Du Plessis – Sharks

Hooker: John Smit – Sharks

Yes please! Hooker is John’s best position. I think everyone knows this now. The front row of the Sharks won the set pieces and the Stormers got no go-forward ball, thus being made to look pretty crap (especially Sireli). Smit’s throwing is perfect and is a great scrummager and ball carrier and more importantly with Bismark out of the 3N should now be the No 1 choice as hooker for the Bokke.
CFB: Tiaan Liebenberg – Stormers

Loosehead Prop: Beeeeeast – Sharks

I wish people called my name whenever I did anything. The Beast is awesome! He looked looked back to his best form on Sat and PdV will be stoked that the front row of the Sharks (Bokke) looked so good.
CFB: Tony Woodcock – Blues

Plonker Award: Sireli Naqelevuki
er… hello just fall on the ball or kick it. Anything! awww

~ by bowlphilosophy on May 10, 2010.

One Response to “Team of the Week – Round 13”

  1. if you are so in love with Patrick Lambie then why don’t you just HAVE SEX WITH HIM

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