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    well, that was borderline, almost an NFL block. nice game overall

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    Great game, this.

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    It would be even better if the Lions didn't insist on giving away penalties. Rank indiscipline may well cost us the game.

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    you were saying..


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    ......wow.

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    Lollabies!
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    Great game and hilarious ending.

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    Well we didn't even deserve to get close there let alone win. Displayed English levels of discipline

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    Australia deserved to take that game IMO, but as I thought, goal-kicking well and truly proved the difference.

    Great game though, can't wait for the 2nd Test.

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    Quote Originally Posted by James View Post
    Australia deserved to take that game IMO, but as I thought, goal-kicking well and truly proved the difference.

    Great game though, can't wait for the 2nd Test.
    Walk in the park with a goal kicker but we have Deans as coach

    For the second test, let's do the world a favour and lend the Wallabies our league back line with Folau on the wing - that's a 50+ belting

    Lions were rubbish

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    Quote Originally Posted by social View Post
    Walk in the park with a goal kicker but we have Deans as coach

    For the second test, let's do the world a favour and lend the Wallabies our league back line with Folau on the wing - that's a 50+ belting

    Lions were rubbish
    Yeah, well with you there, can't stand Deans either and hope he never goes anywhere near the All Blacks again. You guys can keep him as far as I'm concerned

    If the Wallabies turn up like they did tonight and their kicking is on song, they'll win by 13+ as they should have done tonight. I wouldn't say the Lions were rubbish myself, but they were quite ordinary and didn't show much around the park.

    My 3-0 Wallabies predication out the window now.
    Last edited by James; 22-06-2013 at 06:33 AM.

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    Loins have used up a whole lifetime of spawn there.

    I mean, the Wobblies missed, what, six kickable shots? & had four guys stretchered off.

    If we can't put a cricket score on a team playing a flanker at centre for twenty minutes we're toast.

    Plus side, a win's a win and the Loins can't be that bad again, surely?
    - As featured in The Independent.

    "Predictably, the ending of his international career did not end the argument about Pietersen's merits, as an army of informed commentators and Piers Morgan weighed in to defend or attack him."
    - The Guardian's Andrew Anthony

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    Quote Originally Posted by BoyBrumby View Post
    Loins have used up a whole lifetime of spawn there.

    I mean, the Wobblies missed, what, six kickable shots? & had four guys stretchered off.

    If we can't put a cricket score on a team playing a flanker at centre for twenty minutes we're toast.

    Plus side, a win's a win and the Loins can't be that bad again, surely?
    I agree and also how many injuries will the Aussies have for the next test. Lions to be better next week and win again.

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    Quote Originally Posted by flibbertyjibber View Post
    I agree and also how many injuries will the Aussies have for the next test. Lions to be better next week and win again.
    They cannot be that jammy again

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    Quote Originally Posted by social View Post
    They cannot be that jammy again
    Not jammy if the opposition are incapable of taking their chances. It is the crims incompetence that cost them.



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