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Thread: Pool D - Argentina, France, Georgia, Ireland, Namibia

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    ..nice try from Borges....13-3 to Argentina now
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    Georgia played a good game....Argentina win tho 33-3

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    I would'nt know the Arg team all that well was it a strong team tonight?
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    Quote Originally Posted by headhunter View Post
    I would'nt know the Arg team all that well was it a strong team tonight?
    Ish. Think there were about six changes from the French game, but with the quick turnaround (3 days' recovery is very stiff for Rugby) anyone with even a vague knock would be rested for a game against a lesser nation. Pichot & Manuel Contepomi were probably the biggest names missing.
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    Not a bad effort from Georgia, would've liked to see this game. Argentina just taking things easy one feels, rightfully so.
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    Ireland v Georgia could be a tight match, considering how well Georgia played in the first half of their first match. Unless Ireland wise-up and stop all these stupid errors, they should be fine.

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    Well done Georgia for only being 7-3 down at half time...Ireland looking bit lacklustre

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    great interception there by Georgia...putting them in the lead

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    Massive call. Ireland lead 14-10 with 3 mins to go & ref's gone to video ref for Georgian try.

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    Ref was an alumnus of my university, he was in the student paper last year.

    Great game from Georgia, you have to hand it to them they play totally one-dimensionally but they do it really well.

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    Oh so close for Georgia, would've been massive if they managed to get up and beat Ireland.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DCC_legend View Post
    Ireland v Georgia could be a tight match, considering how well Georgia played in the first half of their first match. Unless Ireland wise-up and stop all these stupid errors, they should be fine.
    Gun call.
    wish i saw the game, video ref for a georgia try at the death...wow imagine if georgia got up? gotta say either the little nations are getting better or the bigger nations are getting worse. loving how alot of the minnows have pushed most of the teams.
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    Iv never fell so sick in my life as a was watching that game/

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    Hehe @ ref copping one there. Shame France have the lead because of that ugly kick from O'Gara
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    France looking pretty good here I reckon, good to see that erratic moron in the stands chose his best combination in the halves.

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