Discussion in 'NRL' started by I Bleed Maroon, Dec 19, 2015.
Does France restrict the import of kava? The Fijian lads I know treat it like a mother's love.
France is pretty cool with that stuff. I have some relatives who have no trouble with Kava in France when they were there. It's also next door to Belgium, with no border checks, where you can buy all the reefer you want if you were so inclined.
So stopping people having stuff - anything from alcohol after 10pm to whatever else they want to wind down on the weekend there isn't the weird obsession it is here in Oz. I've lived in nondemocratic countries which allow you more leisure freedom than Oz.
Somehow they still have a functioning society.
He’d be sick of being compared to the great Remi Casty.
It's probably coz he keeps running into Maloney, giving him sheeeeeee
Super Rugby will come in for Semi. The NRL is being used to advertise his availability down under and increase demand.
I don't think so, he can't play for Australia (can he after just playing for FIJI) so why would they look to sign him up?
Because Super Rugby teams still want to win?
They aren't individual clubs dude, they are basically run by the ARU. To get anywhere near the coin he would want, the ARU would need to kick funds in too. They aren't doing that for someone not eligible.
Ever noticed how there are no other fijian or islander players playing for ARU teams who aren't eligable for Australia?
wants to win a premiership with parra
Arrow > Souths
To be fair... Titans were already dead.
Cheer up you still have Peach & Carty
You merkins have pinched Stefano Utoikamanu from us, nice get. He's a gun.
Cheers mate, we’re certainly due some good news!
Penrith played that very well.
He's one of 7 you have got from us in the off season, Parra the development club apparently. Madge is building your club back up the right way.
Brodie Croft to the Brisbane Broncos for 2020. Could, according to media reports, be announced as early as Monday.
Wonder if he will be any good away from Smith and friends
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