Brett McKay: The curly questions from Super Rugby round two

By Brett McKay You’re a bold punter if you’ve already started writing teams off after two rounds of Super Rugby. With 13 teams with at least one win to their name now, it’s fair to say there’s still a lot of water to go under a lot bridges before we have a clearer picture of who will and won’t contend for the 2016 title. But that’s not to say that two games aren’t enough to start forming some opinions and raising some queries. And while broadly laying the boot into the Reds, or into the Waratahs’ scrum more specifically might be the easy targets right now, those lines of questions are easy to find elsewhere. Instead, here’s some curly questions out of Round 2 coming from some different directions. Is a 50% discount for accepting a guilty plea too much? Waratahs hooker Tolu Latu dodged a bullet on Sunday, when his potential two-week suspension for striking was halved as reward for him saying, “yep, I did it.” In his ruling, SANZAAR Duty Judicial Officer Rober
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