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This year will be the first year the Reds won’t have Ewen McKenzie. Will it make a difference – perhaps not? The team has strong leadership in the form of James Horwill, Will Genia and Quade Coooper and consists of a large number of squad members from the successful 2011 squad. The loss of Digby Ioane is complimented with the pick up of Lachie Turner who looks to be in good form after two horror seasons with injury. The Reds have a lot of depth this year which they have not had previously. They will be tough to beat.
Despite losing James O’Connor and Kurtley Beale, the Rebels have been busy recruiting in the off-season. The Rebels have become known for being entertaining and scoring lots of points. The team will be well led by Scott Higginbotham and should improve from their 12th place position last season.
Every year, New South Welshmen and the media begin to hype up the Waratah’s chances of winning Super Rugby. Will this be another year where they will fall short of their high standards? Or will they live up to their reputation? I believe they will be an improved team and the potential is certainly there to be Super Rugby champions. Their star studded team includes Wallabies Adam Ashley-Cooper, Kurtley Beale, Peter Betham, Kane Douglas, Bernard Foley, Israel Folau, Michael Hooper, Rob Horne, Nick Phipps, Dave Dennis, Sekope Kepu, Wycliff Palu, Tatafu Polota-Nau, Benn Robinson and Paddy Ryan. It’s hard to go past them but the Tahs but I wouldn’t put all my money on them just yet.
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