Lance hoping to take NRC form across the Nullarbor

For anyone that’s watched Jono Lance star for NSW Country in this year’s National Rugby Championship, you might struggle to understand why the 25-year old hasn’t played much Super Rugby in recent years. But parked behind Bernard Foley, Kurtley Beale and Israel Folau, Lance simply just never got a crack. “It was frustrating. No one was getting injured and the Waratahs were playing so well, so you can’t really blame anyone or complain, that’s just how it went,” he told Rugby News. “I lived with Bernard and I’m good mates with Kurtley and Issy so it was great to see them playing so well and I enjoyed watching them play good footy, but I was always hoping to get a crack.” With the Wallabies trio all extending their contracts at Moore Park, Lance signed with the Western Force earlier this year and suddenly things started to turn around. Playing with the Country Eagles in the NRC, Lance was brilliant in 2015 and a standout in almost every match he played. His effort
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