More damning evidence emerges that shows Beauden Barrett is the biggest cheat in rugby
By Rugby Onslaught

More damning evidence emerges that shows Beauden Barrett is the biggest cheat in rugby

There’s bad and then there’s THIS. Beauden Barrett has really taken the biscuit with this shameless cheat ploy.

The Blues and All Black utility back is New Zealand’s blue-eyed boy but you can’t pull the wool over Onslaught’s ever-watchful eyes that easily.

How bad was this?!

Barrett packed his bags and took his cheating exploits to Auckland recently

This shameful act came back in 2016 in the All Black’s humiliating defeat to the Irish in Chicago.

The men in green had let in a Ben Smith try in the corner to bring the scores up to 20-30 to the Irish. The All Blacks were desperate for points.

This revolting act of gamesmanship followed soon after with the Blues man lining up his conversion attempt at goal.

You don’t often see cheating in rugby that’s this blatant but this is Beaudy we’re talking about so I guess you can expect anything.

Thank god the referee managed to spot this one. Lord knows how many times he’d got away with it in the past.

Check out this clip below from Chicago that is just more damning evidence against the All Black fly-half

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