Waratahs' smarts point way for Wallabies in World Cup year | Bret Harris

NSW ended the Crusaders’ long winning streak and in doing so delivered a lesson Michael Cheika can learn fromThere was a time not so long ago when Australian rugby teams were regarded as the smartest in the world. The Wallabies won the 1999 World Cup and the Brumbies their Super Rugby titles in 2001 and 2004 for their cerebral qualities as much, if not more, than their physical abilities. But Australia has not been seen as the most clever rugby nation for quite some time. So it was quite refreshing to see the NSW Waratahs out-smart the Crusaders at the Sydney Cricket Ground at the weekend.To b…

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