What’s changed?

What’s changed?

Worldy 17 Sep 2018 20:46 pm said..

There have been 116 tries already scored this season (against 102 at this point last season) and there doesn’t appear to be a stand-out relegation candidate getting thrashed every week. So, what’s changed which is making games so high scoring?
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Number10 17 Sep 2018 20:52 pm said..

Hot summer? Hard dry grounds both for training and playing on?
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Sheddy Mcshedface 17 Sep 2018 21:03 pm said..

The team who got promoted were able to prepare for this season rather than having to pick up the scraps at the last minute.
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Peanutcoxy 17 Sep 2018 21:16 pm said..

What Number10 said
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Gb83 17 Sep 2018 21:24 pm said..

Sheddy Mcshedface wrote:The team who got promoted were able to prepare for this season rather than having to pick up the scraps at the last minute.


Pretty sure I heard Bristol have been training since May on Rugby Pod, the removal of play offs has helped them.
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MrGlawsRocker 17 Sep 2018 23:01 pm said..

What they said above but also the elite level of training is getting better every season.
A new generation of Head coaches are adopting some very progressive techniques be it by themselves or brining in the right people around them, I think it is outshining some of the more old school methods.
Lisyening to Geordan Murphy on Rugby Pod, LT will easily be contesting top four with us next season.
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