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Daryl Gibson's chances of remaining at NSW next year look to be increasing, with Waratahs and NSW Rugby Union chairman Roger Davis saying he was confident an agreement would be reached given there were "no major stumbling blocks in sight".Like all coaches, results will determine whether Gibson is re-signed by the Waratahs for next season.Davis, who is overseas at the moment, hinted Gibson was in a favourable position to stay with the club. * Crockzilla: A deserved double-ton * Crusaders hunt for home comfort * Highlanders ache for redemption * Akira looks to be staying put * Super Rugby: Five things"We are both very comfortable with the way discussions have been proceeding," Davis said."We are confident in reaching a mutually acceptable and timely outcome with no major stumbling blocks in sight."The "no stumbling blocks in sight" could be interpreted that even if the Waratahs don't play their best in their last two matches, or even in the finals, Gibson would be safe from the chopping block.

Despite calls for him to be sacked after losses to the Southern Kings, Jaguares and Western Force, the NSWRU board stood behind their man.

Priced to sell, you just don't find Mitchell's this early & in this condition anymore, very good buy on this fine pair & a solid investment.

This is a fantastic matched pair for a collector looking for a great pair of early classic Madison Mitchell decoys.

Outstanding & great collector species in scarce earlier model that is sure to please.

0Super nice and scarce drake Black Duck decoy by the late Dan Brown, Hebron, MD. Minty all original paint with a beautiful surface thats dry, clean and strong. Hollow carved body measures approx 15 inches long and with slightly turned head. Dan went back to the early days of collecting and was important for the tireless work he did gathering a lot of the info that we know today about the decoy makers and the history of the gunning that was done in this region.