Kiwi Prop banished from the row after disgusting act of flair against two wingers last weekend
By Rugby Onslaught

Kiwi Prop banished from the row after disgusting act of flair against two wingers last weekend

It’s not every day that we get to showcase front row filth of this level for you but we’re really spoiling you with this one.

This beauty comes from last weekend’s Mitre 10 Cup showing between Tasman and Southland with Loosehead prop, Joe Walsh, being the man responsible for this disgusting piece of flair.

Us props love to see the top players in our trade mastering the gritty aspect of the dark arts but now and again it really is special to see one of the chubbies making a mockery of not one but TWO wingers all at once.

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We see here as Walsh makes the linebreak after a lovely supporting line before galloping through into the opposition half. Watch the incredible piece of prop flair below.

Does anyone really believe that either of those wingers really fell for that dummy? I think we all know it’s more honourable (and safe) to pretend to have been fooled by a piece of front row magic magic than to be a speed bump under that 20 stone wrecking ball.

You absolutely LOVE to see it!

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