The Wallabies coach told Rugbyworld in an interview.

“I was impressed with a lot of things related to Australian Rugby. A lot of good things are happening, and there are passionate people trying to make a difference. This is what you have to do all the supporters of the Renaissance. We need to think about what we do, not what we say.

Positive movement must come from the top – from the leadership. For example, we want to create a strong connection between Australian coaches and Super Rugby management – this is important. One of my most important tasks at the Wallabies is to promote the progress of local coaches.”

Emiliano Bofelli is close to moving to England

This is written by the British publication ruck.co.uk.

According to their information, the player has stopped the negotiation process with racing 92 and is in the active phase of negotiations with Bath.

Bofelli, who has made 25 appearances for the Argentine national team, could become the ninth Puma to move to Albion. Before him, Thomas Lavanini, Mathias Moroni, Facundo Gigena (Leicester), Martin Landajo, Santiago Garcia Botta (Harlequins), Mathias Orlando (Newcastle), Mathias Alemanno (Gloucester) and Facundo Cordero (Exeter) have already done this.

Australian expert calls for changing the scoring system

Matt Williams lashed out at everyone and everything.

First, he encourages you to do something about the fight, because, in his opinion, this element of the game takes too much time. The expert didn’t choose the words… Got all … Officials, coaches, players…

After finishing the scrum, Williams took up the scoring system, which he believes only harms Rugby. Here’s what it offers: try-7 points, implementation-2, penalty-2, drop-goal-1.

In a sense, we can agree that the value of the attempt should be significantly higher than the penalty, but what the drops were guilty of is completely unclear. This is the rarest element, beautiful, laborious… Apparently, Matt in his gambling reformation did not fully think through all the changes.