Rugby

Discussion in 'Sports' started by RhinoVonHawkrider, Dec 27, 2012.

  1. Wildman

    Wildman In my castle

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    Jealous!
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  2. shrineclown

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    That's how you get the hook to do his job. Harder you squeeze.............
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  3. neanderthal

    neanderthal globeriding wannabe

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    The Hurricanes/ Crusaders game is how rugby is supposed to be played.


    Brilliant footy.
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  4. Chisenhallw

    Chisenhallw Avowed Pussbag

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    Any video of it anywhere?
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  5. George Papadopolis

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  6. George Papadopolis

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    Savae is a monster!
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  7. GMess

    GMess Been here awhile

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    Half time and the Highlanders looking like shot ducks. Can they come back? Big turnaround from the Cheetahs.


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  8. neanderthal

    neanderthal globeriding wannabe

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    That Cheetahs defense looks impenetrable.

    Although Justin Marshall has already enunciated just how easily it could be breached; no sweeper, add some grubber kicks and chip kicks.
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  9. Oscar

    Oscar Curmudgeon

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    That's funny, I went to a game last week where the Chiefs penetrated them by 45-3:evil
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  10. RhinoVonHawkrider

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  11. Wildman

    Wildman In my castle

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    My team gets try of the week. Again! :norton

    <iframe width="560" height="315" src="http://www.youtube.com/embed/QDlZX6559so" frameborder="0" allowfullscreen></iframe>
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  12. RhinoVonHawkrider

    RhinoVonHawkrider Long timer

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    great stuff all around.

    Good quick ball & the effort at the end to fight off the defender:clap


    And its awesome to see the fat guys get a run - Hooker (or props):D
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  13. RhinoVonHawkrider

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    I went to a US club game this weekend.

    Old friends of the family, their dad started the NYAC Rugby club 40 yrs ago & they were honoring the original club.

    The top end of club rugby has changed in the last 20 yrs in the US. They had a Super League, but they have reformed that as well (travel expenses were a killer for clubs w/out lots of $$ - these are amateurs)

    But these guys are way better than when I played, very few of the guys I played with could crack the line up now.

    But on a awesome pitch in Pelham, NY @ the NYAC home turf, they played a great game against a very good Canada team - Ontario.

    NYAC was leading after the 1st 40, but the Canucks big men, with a great rolling maul, piled on the points at the end. It was good to see live rugby again.
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  14. Chisenhallw

    Chisenhallw Avowed Pussbag

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    Did y'all send a squad to Baltimore-Cheasapeake's Rites of Spring tournament? They held it Saturday (May 4). I play on the Old Boys squad. We play 3 games a year, and we had our old boys home game yesterday. Today I feel like a truck hit me. Getting older sucks!
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  15. Frougby

    Frougby Been here awhile

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    Is anyone out there sensing a french victory tonight? :evil :freaky
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  16. Wildman

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    French put up a great fight but undone with little mistakes and a little more physical intensity from the ABs.

    Forgotten how unsporting a New Zealand rugby crowd can be.
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  17. Frougby

    Frougby Been here awhile

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    Wildy, good to see you're up, were you at the match or just watching it on tv?

    I really thought les bleus were going to steal this. :1drink
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  18. Wildman

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    Other side of the World to me so I watched it eating breakfast. Just settling in to watch the Lions. Here we go!
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  19. Frougby

    Frougby Been here awhile

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    It's not going to be very entertaining. :puke1
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  20. Frougby

    Frougby Been here awhile

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    There might be a few things to take away from this match, but the greatest is that FRANCE does not have a world economy wrecker corporation on their jerseys. :clap :clap Quelle honte pour the all blecks!!!!
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