England take honours but aussies fight back
If there was a feeling the Australians had in their hearts, they might not have had the success they were hoping for, losing to Japan 22-20 at home and losing to Wales at the weekend to lose by 14 points. And while they may have played more entertaining rugby of late, their efforts have been less effective.
The Aussies have scored 12 tries in six tests since Round 6, and are ranked 15th behind New Zealand, England, Samoa and Ireland.
The Rugby Football Union will have a significant impact on its performances, not the least because there is a real chance this autumn, with the Six Nations returning, that it will be run for the first time in eight decades without the involvement ojarvees.comf a senior official, even if they’re not as influential as the FA.
The decision about a change is up to the union, with their head coach, Brian McDermott, likely to make this decision on Wednesday.
The other big players in management are the union, which is on a week when they were forced to look at losing star forward Jamie Heaslip, who has been ruled out of this weekend’s series and is recovering from broken leg, and the coaching staff.
The decision to change referees is one in which both sides will have to make some sacrifices, which could have seen an upset win for England last night on the home soil.
However, the decision over referees in general is not something that can be easily dealt with in two days. One of the main reasons for it is the absence of the England manager, Eddie Jones, who is under contract with the Premiership team.
Jones has become an outspoken critic of refereeing, having won the World Cup with Wales, had stints at Ireland, England and Scotland and has become an outspoken supporter of the new refereeing regulations.
He has said his support for the proposed changes is because he thinks referees should have their power to punish decisions made with the knowledge that the players are aware of it.
Jones will not have a big role at one of the three tournaments where the refereeing decisions will be made, though. While Jones will travel with his assistants Chris Jones, Rob Horne, Alex Wilkinson and Graham Smith to France, referee Jon Danks will play a major role.
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