Auckland Blues Young guns boost supporters' hope

After years of pointing at each other and head-scratching with many unanswered questions, Blues have displayed two outstanding games that boost their supporters and to open their 2013 super-15 campaign with sovereignty. Their inexperience young guns clearly delivered warning message that have shaken those rugby previous predictors and the early prediction.

It is obviously enough to say that the integral elements of winning a game are definitely implanted in the heart of Blues players. They have accepted mentally, emotionally and physically the taste of possibility and it seems their winning strategies are well introduced even of such so early to predict the end result.

The fine leadership of their more experience players like as the captain Ali Williams, Piri Weepu and Rene Ranger from the front line set ultimate aim for the blues new comers, Chris Noakes Francis Saili, Charles Piutau and Frank Halai. This young backs of Blues had shown some form of self-dignity and believing in themselves, a good recipe for victory.

Most of the rugby experts thought the blue young guns will need one or two years to really settle into top class rugby. After Blues two winning games, the imagination have started to change based on the outstanding performance demonstrated by the blues team especially their new generation. They are so enthusiastic and showed maturity in term of decision making when they are tight compacted during the games.

JKʻs boys have done a great job which brought back smiling to Blues management and supporters. Super 15 is still in its early stage and it will become tougher at the later stage but good beginning teams will assist them forward with directive momentum.

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