Ready for battle: The Lions will face the stiffest opposition of all in New Zealand Wales competed for two Tests against the All Blacks but faded badly in the Third Test, so how can the Lions can contest to win the Series in 2017? RW does the analysis TAGS: Highlight Although Wales eventually lost the Test series 3-0 to the All Blacks, nobody could claim they did not go down fighting. Wales scored five tries in the first two Tests and totalled over 20 points in both games. The Lions will need to at least match those totals to have a chance of winning the series next summer.I believe that Wales approached the series in the right way, keeping ball in hand and looking for opportunities to counter-punch rather than trying to suffocate by strong defence and forward play. The Kiwis tight five already average well over 50 caps per man and the set-pieces will not be an area of weakness for them.Looking at this footage from Sky Sports, Wales took every opportunity given to them to counter off turnovers and kicks in those first two Tests. At 30:35, Williams detects the space between the two All Black locks, aided by a screening block from his tight-head Samson Lee on Luke Romano. The Welsh 10 Dan Biggar manages to insert himself into the space between Naholo and Smith, and Wales win the ball back: In the first example, Wales won the ball back in the air, in the second Dan Biggar drew the penalty for a Fekitoa block.Additionally, after an initial penetration through the middle by centre Jonathan Davies, Wales were also once again able to unlock the New Zealand D just before half-time by going wide-to-wide in four phases.*With the examples above in view, the selection of the Lions backs next summer doesn’t look too difficult at all. Twin first receivers will probably be necessary in order to bolster the kicking game and enable those quick wide-wide transfers, and the Lions have two available in the shape of George Ford at 10 and Owen Farrell at 12. Wales’ Jonathan Davies can supply the power and straight-line threat at 13.In the back three, a combination of Scotland’s Stuart Hogg at 15, with Liam Williams at 11 and either George North or Anthony Watson on the right wing, would give an excellent balance of speed, elusiveness and power.The battle-lines have already been drawn for next summer!Watch the 2017 British and Irish Lions tour of New Zealand live only on Sky Sports in Great Britain and Ireland. Visit Sky.com for details on how to upgrade or subscribe to Sky Sports. In the still at 50:34, Naholo is contesting the ball at the tackle and the replacement full-back, 22 Beauden Barrett is standing alongside him.Another ball out of the first line via Alun Wyn-Jones is enough to set up another chance out wide: LATEST RUGBY WORLD MAGAZINE SUBSCRIPTION DEALS SaveSave The 11 defenders are defending in the line, but 15 Smith and 14 Naholo are struggling to make up ground to the far side of the field as the ball goes through the hands. At 8:14 Wales have what they want – a one-on-one between Liam Williams and Savea, a situation they believe is a potential ‘win’.Williams makes ground all the way up to the All Black five metre line, and when the ball comes back infield off the side-line, they keep the foot on the throat with a pass from Alun Wyn Jones from the first into the second line of attack: Post-break at 30:37, No 9 Aaron Smith and No 8 Kieran Read come into view in the zone between the backfield and defensive front, while Ben Smith and Waisake Naholo are both maintaining their depth expecting the kick.They are too far away to prevent Williams making the break and laying off a scoring pass to Webb at 30:40.Later in the second half from a New Zealand 22 drop-out, George North picked up a loose ball and ran it back deep into the All Black 22m area: SAS GEO ERRORThis video is not authorized in your locationRELOAD YOUR SCREEN OR TRY SELECTING A DIFFERENT VIDEO
NewsTalk ZB 17 October 2019Family First Comment: So many great points made in this interview…. “The long and short of it is anywhere from 70 to 75 per cent of people who are actually killed, so called euthanised, in countries where it is legal are the elderly and the poor.” “When we talk to the elderly and the poor about why they wish to be killed or euthanised, they say they have become a burden on their families and on society, so is it really a choice.” The research found that suicide rates have increased between five and 15-percent in countries where euthanasia is legal. #rejectassistedsuicideA professor says that legalising euthanasia has been devastating on the elderly, poor and disabled.Otago University doctors have reviewed the laws, practices and modifications in countries where it’s been introduced.Old Age Psychiatry associate professor Yoram Barak says our public debate isn’t well informed.He’s calling on psychiatrists to say ‘no’ to euthanasia.“The long and short of it is anywhere from 70 to 75 per cent of people who are actually killed, so called euthanised, in countries where it is legal are the elderly and the poor.”Barak says the debate centres on choice, rights and dignity, but euthanasia becomes discriminatory.He says ignoring history means we’d be killing people without options.“When we talk to the elderly and the poor about why they wish to be killed or euthanised, they say they have become a burden on their families and on society, so it is really a choice.”He says the Dutch government’s considering extending euthanasia to anyone over 70 years old who feel they’ve fulfilled their role in life.The research found that suicide rates have increased between five and 15-percent in countries where euthanasia is legal.READ MORE: https://www.newstalkzb.co.nz/on-air/heather-du-plessis-allan-drive/audio/yoram-barak-psychiatry-professor-criticises-euthanasia-calls-it-discriminatory-and-contradictory/
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