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i am shocked and appauled by this result
Posted 04:38 14th November 2012
hmm 6:1 penalty count. Is it the style of play or style of reffing?
Posted 04:16 14th November 2012
Just like the olden days in someways lol,wobder if this will become folklore as whena club beat the ABs or similar team lol.Somehow i dought it,,now clubs are profesional and that is a shame really
Posted 02:25 14th November 2012
Hoeata's indiscipline has long been a problem at ITM and Super level, another yellow card today won't have helped his chances as a possible Adam Thomson replacement (if needed).
Congrats to Leicester Tigers.
Someone from this forum was going to be at the game- like to hear your views, thanks.
Posted 01:54 14th November 2012
I love the fact that Leicester used their old letter system
Posted 23:43 13th November 2012
Posted 23:16 13th November 2012
Wow, didn't expect that. I remember a few years back the Maori ABs beat England...That team was filled with ex and future all blacks at the time though..
Posted 22:55 13th November 2012
Six penalties is a triumph? Not sure why trench warfare and a stack of penalties is seen as top entertainment in the the UK? Haven't seen the Tigers for a while, thankfully, but last time they were then the most boring side in world rugby IMO. Sorry Tiger fans.
Posted 22:35 13th November 2012
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