As seemingly unpatriotic as it sounds, I loved watching the Worriers' backline movement from the scrum that led to Vavuvei sending their winger over for a try. This was a classic backline movement which is so rare these days. One of my pet peeves is backrowers positioning themselves in the backline from scrums, both attacking and defending, and backs packing into scrums. In my opinion, a scrum is the best chance to attack, so the aim should be to get the ball to the winger, or chip over the top and have your fast men chase. I'm sure with our classy backs we can put on such moves which would reap great rewards.