No matter how many times I read this stuff, like "oh, he's a 6, not a 7" etc. I can never understand it. I'm not having a crack at anyone, and how you understand it is cool. I'm just saying that, in my opinion, in the contemporary game, it doesn't really mean much, 6 or 7, except from set plays, ie scrums. For example; Marshall/Lockyer 6's... Cronk/Thurston 7's... All their teams respective primary creator, and in those examples, organisers too (apart from Cronk and Marshall - who don't strike me as the organisers with Farah and Smith doing it for those teams).
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