Have Emoni Narawa & Wallace Sititi Caught Razor’s Eye?



Five Chiefs who would have caught the eyes of the All Blacks Head Coach Scott “Razor” Robertson with their performances against the Hurricanes: Emoni Narawa is playing like a man who had his Rugby World Cup robbed and is desperate to win it back.

The wing was an electric and serious handful for the Hurricanes.

Damian McKenzie stood up when it mattered as his perfect kicking off the tee for 15 points steered his side to victory.

McKenzie was composed and brilliant throughout the game for the Chiefs, and the way he controlled the game after their fast start, is very encouraging for his quest to start at 10 for the All Blacks.

One of the players of the game was a barnstorming Wallace Sititi, who carried like a Spartan on the night. The No. 8 made 150M, beating four defenders and still making 13 tackles.

There is plenty of back-row depth at the All Blacks, but Sititi is really special with the ball in hand.

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