Six Nations 2013

Discussion in 'Sports' started by Wildman, Jan 31, 2013.

  1. RhinoVonHawkrider

    RhinoVonHawkrider Long timer

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    I was out but DVR'ed it & just finished watching. Was a good game from 15 min mark forward. Ref kinda sucked in the beginning with the scrums.

    A very good game indeed.
  2. Chisenhallw

    Chisenhallw Avowed Pussbag

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    Yeah, i thought that was a really long cadence too. "Crouch! :snore Touch! :snore Set! :snore "
  3. Mercury264

    Mercury264 Once you go Triple...

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    My God, why do they insist on fucking with the scrum.
  4. shrineclown

    shrineclown Vaginaterian

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    Simple, makes them feel vitally important to the contest.
  5. Mercury264

    Mercury264 Once you go Triple...

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    Well to be fair to refs, they are just enforcing the fucking stupid rules.
  6. Garp

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    Watched the England game yesterday, now to sit down and watch the Scotland game on iPlayer.

    Proxy servers rock:evil
  7. neanderthal

    neanderthal globeriding wannabe

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    Owen Farrell and Chris Ashton have got to be the two biggest twunts in rugby right now.

    Classless fucks.
  8. Wildman

    Wildman In my castle

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    1 England 6
    2 Wales 4
    3 Scotland 4
    4 Ireland 2
    5 Italy 2
    6 France 0

    WTF!
  9. Wildman

    Wildman In my castle

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    Both League converts, well, Farrell's father was (although I always thought he was shite in a Union shirt and Brian Ashton's perseverance with him cost us game wins) and both Fez-heads!
  10. Mercury264

    Mercury264 Once you go Triple...

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    Huh :dunno
  11. Chisenhallw

    Chisenhallw Avowed Pussbag

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    I don't know that I'd go that far with Farrell. He's Jonny Wilkinson V 2.0. Brings home the wins for England, but makes it boring as balls to watch. If I was a play-by-play commentator for England matches, I would just play a loop that said, "Aaaand Farrell kicks. Aaaand Farrell kicks. Aaaand..."
  12. A. T. T-W

    A. T. T-W Can't be bothered.

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    Why not blame the opposing teams?

    After-all, if they didn't try so hard to stop the English playing an open, expansive, running game, England would beat them by playing an open, expansive, running game.
  13. Chisenhallw

    Chisenhallw Avowed Pussbag

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    No they wouldn't. They'd kick. Cause that's what England does. :lol3
  14. wannaklr

    wannaklr Long timer

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    And Win, don't forget Win. :clap
  15. George Papadopolis

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    Scotland over Wales...will be ugly like the last but I predict Scotland will actually score a try.
  16. RhinoVonHawkrider

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    Lets Go Irish

    London Called

    My nephew has been there 1 week (moved there for work) and he says I'm not coming back - I said - I told U so:clap:freaky

    But he is going to Eng v. Eye-Ties tomorrow w/ his new Brazilian GF:evil

    That boy brings a tear to my eye - carry on...
  17. George Papadopolis

    George Papadopolis between

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    Feck...what a dreadful game. Shit picks this whole tourny for me:cry
  18. A. T. T-W

    A. T. T-W Can't be bothered.

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    Three ugly games this weekend.

    Scotland sets a record for penalties conceded, a very uninspiring draw in Dublin and today, England squandered too many opportunities early on and Italy were unlucky, beaten by a good defence in the end.

    Still, it makes the game in Cardiff next week that bit more interesting.
  19. Wildman

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  20. Wildman

    Wildman In my castle

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    I'm predicting England by more than 7.

    Off to London and the Thornbury Castle to enjoy the match with a few buddies. May try to drink the bar but I've not had six pints in a while now ...

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