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AUGUSTA, Ga. – England’s rugby union player Matt Stevens says the response to the national championship win was an example of rugby league playing at its best.
“It shows how far we’re willing to go,” Stevens said Wednesday night following Sunday’s win by Australia. “As a matter of fact, I really feel like when we scored the try, we were probably close to pulling the trigger but that didn’t happen. We just kept plugging and we were a bit of a mess in the huddle at halftime. We had a bit of trouble at half-time, maybe it was just me but I was very worried and didn’t feel good about our defence.
“I’m glad we didn’t get blown out, really. We just knew the opposition wasn’t going to be that fast and that the ball was moving all over the place. We wanted a really good try-scoring contest. A lot of players are having a bit of off season. They’re just tired and just want to relax but it’s good because you know that you’re a part of something and you’re a part of something special.”
The scrum of joy
The England Rugby Union scrum of joy included the team and the player. The scrum was a combination of tight scrums and fast-paced moves across midfield. The players were grouped together in a circle, facing the ball at their feet. It was a fast-paced attack with a lot of effort in executing it.
“We know there’s a lot of big clubs in the Championship, that’s how great the games are, and they’re there because they want to compete and we’ve certainly been there,” Stevens said. “What made it really exciting was how fast they were moving. It was hard work. It was a fun experience to be a part of.”
Steals a pass from the opposition
It was a bit of a trick. Steven did the right thing.
“I wanted to홀덤 get a bit of a pass in on the wing so I could get it up over the line and pass the ball back to the back,” he said. “We did a lot of stuff from our tackle line and I jus이천출장샵t wanted to pull one through on the wing. Then we just worked hard and tried to get a quick ball and get some forward movement.”
“I think everyone in that area did a great job against England. The way we started was so much fun. Everybody was really hungry