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    Quote Originally Posted by benchmark00
    sarcasm..... hard to detect over the net i must admit,lol
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    Quote Originally Posted by BoyBrumby
    Even harder when you've had a couple of bevvies with the rugger!
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    Poor old Sweaties; 16-9 to The French.

    Played well until the very end tho. Coupla calls that might've gone either way went against them & then Danielli decides to be Billy Big Biscuits at the end & there's a charge down for a Traille try.

    Good start to tournament tho; warmed me up nicely for The Taffs.

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    Arghhhh! 8-3 to the Taffs at the break. Poo.

    They've been good value for it too. Highlight of the half for England was Danny Grewcock booting their scrum-half in the head!

    Noon & Tait have both looked a bit out of their depth; Henson has looked quality for Wales at inside centre.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BoyBrumby
    Arghhhh! 8-3 to the Taffs at the break. Poo.

    They've been good value for it too. Highlight of the half for England was Danny Grewcock booting their scrum-half in the head!

    Noon & Tait have both looked a bit out of their depth; Henson has looked quality for Wales at inside centre.
    I think England are really struggling with this Welsh side... they need to just calm down and think about what theyre doing
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    God. 11-9 to the bloody Welsh.

    Fair play to 'em, they deserved it. Henson looks definite prospect for Lions, certainly put himself in contention for the inside-centre position.

    Noon & Tait were both ar$e, we looked much better when Olly Barkley came on.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BoyBrumby
    God. 11-9 to the bloody Welsh.

    Fair play to 'em, they deserved it. Henson looks definite prospect for Lions, certainly put himself in contention for the inside-centre position.

    Noon & Tait were both ar$e, we looked much better when Olly Barkley came on.
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    I hear the standard was pretty shocking - no more abuse of the Super 12 please...

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    2 games in which the suppsed favourites were terrible.

    As soon as possible I'll be piling on Ireland.

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    Quote Originally Posted by marc71178
    2 games in which the suppsed favourites were terrible.

    As soon as possible I'll be piling on Ireland.
    Maybe its worth a dabble on Italy? lol

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    Not a hope!

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    I've got 3 on Shane Horgan for first try scorer today @ 10s.

    Starting to wish I'd have a bit each way on The Taffs when you could've got 'em @ 12s or 13s. Bet they've come in a bit now.

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    What about Italy winning a game. Considering Scotland'sform against France you could get good odds on that.
    Or something.

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    Only 8-6 to The Micks at the break. Yer Italians have played well, if their fly-half had his kicking boots on they may even be ahead.

    My bet is screwed; Geordan Murphy went over for the first try. O'Driscoll made a quality break for the try.

    Less good news with a view to The Lions is Gordon D'Arcy going off with what looks like a reoccurrence of his ham-string probs.

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