So often did I see league players training with tackling bags and tyres and yes, the shoulder was the first contact then arms. I always thought that that was the way and I guess they don't practise with those things now. I'm surprised that there a not more upper arm injuries as a result.Well please explain that to me will you how to tackle without you shoulders. That is how you tackle low that is why we have all this wrestling shit and head high crap because the art of tackling is lost. Jack De Belin needs to coach Rava.
If the NRL don't want shoulders in tackles I suggest they get the shirt tearers (AFL) to teach their method of tackling. That's right shirt tearers that's why they have no arms on their jumpers. That's what Rava will do if Jack does help him just use his arms to grab won't that be good to watch. Further can't you remember tackling bags and Tractor Tyres to practice tackling. What do you think that was for? To teach tackling with your shoulder. God I'm cranky sorry. No I'm not I'm over it.
I'm sorry but you really must put some thoughts into your posts and get your facts right.I'd say it is time to sack our legal team and find people who can give our players better representation. We will lose Ravalawa to Union if we don't address this matter asap.
It would be interesting to see what his success rate is for getting players off and how dependant it is on the players (or their clubs) profile.I'm sorry but you really must put some thoughts into your posts and get your facts right.
Rava was defended by Nick Ghabar - widely regarded as the best in the business. The man responsible for getting many players off charges including Billy Slater, allowing him to play in the 2018 GF, Jack Wighton to play in the 2016 finals series and Sam Burgess for a shoulder charge.
Dragons winger Miakele Ravalawa has been banned for four matches after unsuccessfully challenging a shoulder charge citation while Roosters prop Siosiua Taukeiaho has been cleared of a grade one careless high tackle for his shot on Nathan Cleary in round 15.www.nrl.com