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post #61 of 98 (permalink) Old 03-06-2010, 07:24 AM
 
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I fell asleep half way through! Just after the Sharks scored a try with 13 men Woke up especially for that as well, damn you tiredness haha.

That trip made me laugh, just because of the guys expression as he was doing it. He looked so pleased with himself.






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I fell asleep half way through! Just after the Sharks scored a try with 13 men Woke up especially for that as well, damn you tiredness haha.

That trip made me laugh, just because of the guys expression as he was doing it. He looked so pleased with himself.
Yeah he was a mile offside though, there's been some awful reffing so far this weekend...

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I don't know if you guys saw the French game but Toulon v Biarritz was awesome. Big comeback at the end. And the Cheetahs are about to upset the Hurricanes at the moment. But look what the Welsh clubs are doing to the Irish ones. Lianelli took out Ulster and Newport Gwent did the same to Munster (who helped with knock on's/missed penalties, you know how it goes). Wonder if that trend continues tomorrow when Leinster visit Cardiff, or if things get turned around just in time for the big one next weekend.



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I realised the other day that I'm actually obsessed with Rugby.

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Who isn't, heh. This weekend has great matches like Chiefs v Crusaders & Stormers v Hurricanes in the Super 14, Toulon v Castres in the French top 14, Anglo/Welsh semis, and a few big international tests... some strange fellow posted about them at this forum's sister rugby site here.



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Haha, nice plug dude...

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Congrats to yours on that big win, KryOnicle. And Scotland played well with Parks and that defense, not that I've noticed any of their supporters on here, but they did it, no triple crown this year even though someone looks well on their way to a Grand slam at the moment.



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Wales were clinical, Ireland poor, Scotland good, England were excellent, France got a bit lucky.

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Was great to see Wales play so well. Just a little too late to get their game together. Hopefully they'll keep improving and lessening the errors, they have a tough summer ahead of them.

Not sure what was up with Ireland, definitely was not the same Ireland that showed up for the rest of the Six Nations. Scotland were great, really nice to see them get a W as they should of had a few more this tournament.

I actually enjoyed watching England play for a change. They were really really trying and I felt the score really didn't reflect the game. Frances defense held very well through out though, that's the only reason they got the Grandslam, although a very deserved championship.






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Was great to see Wales play so well. Just a little too late to get their game together. Hopefully they'll keep improving and lessening the errors, they have a tough summer ahead of them.

Not sure what was up with Ireland, definitely was not the same Ireland that showed up for the rest of the Six Nations. Scotland were great, really nice to see them get a W as they should of had a few more this tournament.

I actually enjoyed watching England play for a change. They were really really trying and I felt the score really didn't reflect the game. Frances defense held very well through out though, that's the only reason they got the Grandslam, although a very deserved championship.

Yeah not sure what was up either, it reeks of complacency though. I reckon the players thought they could come out, do the basics and win the triple crown. Instead Scotland soaked up our attack well in the opening quarter, upset the best lineout in the world multiple times and attacked our set piece. Hat's off to Scotland, they deserved it.

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