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PostPosted: Fri Mar 03, 2017 9:04 am 
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When is this match........



That information should be in the OP of this match thread...

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When is this match........



That information should be in the OP of this match thread...

:lol:

:lol:

Just checked...its tomorrow.......Shit. I am away for a fishing trip. But I will take a tab with to watch it


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PostPosted: Fri Mar 03, 2017 9:22 am 
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Sards wrote:
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When is this match........



That information should be in the OP of this match thread...

:lol:

:lol:

Just checked...its tomorrow.......Shit. I am away for a fishing trip. But I will take a tab with to watch it

11 bells. Just about the time to klap a few beers and getting ready for the brandy.


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PostPosted: Fri Mar 03, 2017 9:23 am 
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Slim 293 wrote:
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When is this match........



That information should be in the OP of this match thread...


:lol: :lol: :lol: :lol:


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PostPosted: Fri Mar 03, 2017 9:53 am 
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Shit official match thread, Sards this is absolutely abysmal :thumbdown:

It is very early in the season for Sards to be presenting as the benchmark broken man.

Here's hoping it's merely early round wobbles and he regains a modicum of mojo sharpish.


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handyman wrote:
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Slim 293 wrote:
Sards wrote:
When is this match........



That information should be in the OP of this match thread...

:lol:

:lol:

Just checked...its tomorrow.......Shit. I am away for a fishing trip. But I will take a tab with to watch it

11 bells. Just about the time to klap a few beers and getting ready for the brandy.


That wont be a time for fishing...low tide...just peckers stealing your bait.

Perfect time to start a fire and swallow a few cold ones. I will have my youngsters fetching the beers


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PostPosted: Fri Mar 03, 2017 10:08 am 
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OP updated


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Cutting edge pre-match analysis. I like it :thumbup:


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Team as expected. Both our fullbacks last week were shocking, but keen to see what the Frenchman can do in a full game.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kncnaiTDutA


That was 13 years ago :lol: but still quite funny.

He was a great player at Toulouse, hopefully he can bring some of that magic on Saturday.

Let's be honest though, we haven't had a decent 15 since Montgomery :((


Steyn.


Lambie.


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Chicken runner?


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Chicken runner?

Having been born in South Africa, Roos moved to Australia at the age of 12 and started his rugby career with junior club the Sylvania Bulldogs.


Selected for the Western Sydney Rams for the 2015 National Rugby Championship Roos excelled and his string of fine performances led to a call up the Australian Barbarians team that toured New Zealand in the latter part of 2015.


"I am delighted to be joining the Brumbies and look forward to helping the team achieve their goals in 2017," Roos said.


"It is fantastic to get a chance to be a part of such a well-renowned organisation. The Brumbies have a reputation and culture in the rugby community that is second to none and I am excited by the prospect of being able to play my part in the Super Rugby season."


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PostPosted: Fri Mar 03, 2017 3:10 pm 
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Steyn.


Lambie.


I was watching some old clips of Andre Joubert the other day. There hasn't been anybody quite like him. There is something so exciting about a large, fast and imposing fullback. Strange how these days they seem to be midgets.


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Steyn.


Lambie.


I was watching some old clips of Andre Joubert the other day. There hasn't been anybody quite like him. There is something so exciting about a large, fast and imposing fullback. Strange how these days they seem to be midgets.


Speding? Folou? DHP? Piutau?


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Or perhaps one of our esteemed Brumbies fans can do one?

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Touche


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The Sharks were hugely impressive against a strong Reds team away from home, a bogey side for the Sharks. Looked the leanest and fittest I can remember them coming off the pre-season. Were strong in defence. Pack did well especially Tendai. Backline were moving the ball a lot, but the conditions didn't suit it. Pat was double touching, passing to the man outside then looping for another take, showed attacking intent. French fossil needs to be sent to the glue factory asap, our attack would've been much better without him.

Now some quick thoughts on the Stomps v Bulls match, as this thread has been invaded them. This match provided more evidence Pollard is an overhyped average player, like the RWC semifinal, this will be ignored. He's playing in an overhyped average Bulls team. The Stomps have an impressive tight five, everything behind that is powderpuff. As soon as they are matched up front, they will collapse. Evidence for this, is SP Marais being my man of the match. He dominated an average Bulls side, and bossed an average Stomp backline. Kolbe is a diver. It was a very poor match, what was once average CC standard.


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The Sharks were hugely impressive against a strong Reds team away from home, a bogey side for the Sharks. Looked the leanest and fittest I can remember them coming off the pre-season. Were strong in defence. Pack did well especially Tendai. Backline were moving the ball a lot, but the conditions didn't suit it. Pat was double touching, passing to the man outside then looping for another take, showed attacking intent. French fossil needs to be sent to the glue factory asap, our attack would've been much better without him.

Now some quick thoughts on the Stomps v Bulls match, as this thread has been invaded them. This match provided more evidence Pollard is an overhyped average player, like the RWC semifinal, this will be ignored. He's playing in an overhyped average Bulls team. The Stomps have an impressive tight five, everything behind that is powderpuff. As soon as they are matched up front, they will collapse. Evidence for this, is SP Marais being my man of the match. He dominated an average Bulls side, and bossed an average Stomp backline. Kolbe is a diver. It was a very poor match, what was once average CC standard.


:lol:

I expected nothing less.


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The Sharks were hugely impressive against a strong Reds team away from home, a bogey side for the Sharks. Looked the leanest and fittest I can remember them coming off the pre-season. Were strong in defence. Pack did well especially Tendai. Backline were moving the ball a lot, but the conditions didn't suit it. Pat was double touching, passing to the man outside then looping for another take, showed attacking intent. French fossil needs to be sent to the glue factory asap, our attack would've been much better without him.

Now some quick thoughts on the Stomps v Bulls match, as this thread has been invaded them. This match provided more evidence Pollard is an overhyped average player, like the RWC semifinal, this will be ignored. He's playing in an overhyped average Bulls team. The Stomps have an impressive tight five, everything behind that is powderpuff. As soon as they are matched up front, they will collapse. Evidence for this, is SP Marais being my man of the match. He dominated an average Bulls side, and bossed an average Stomp backline. Kolbe is a diver. It was a very poor match, what was once average CC standard.

:lol: Anyone using the name Lambie and impressive in the same paragraph is just showing either complete lack of rugby knowledge or immense man love for a baby face. Just the fact that you seems to think that he is better than Pollard confirms it. Attacking intend? Even the Kings have attacking intent but what does that help them? How many years in a row is it now that have you been predicting that this will be the Guppies' year to take the title? Dream on mate dream on. At least you have enough sense to criticize the Frenchioner. What a disgrace that he is occupying a space in the squad that could have been filled by a budding talent from S.A..


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sharks lost to the reds by way of bad captaincy. they had several easily kickable penalties that would have put them in charge but instead their skipper went for the basil bey option.


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The Sharks were hugely impressive against a strong Reds team away from home, a bogey side for the Sharks. Looked the leanest and fittest I can remember them coming off the pre-season. Were strong in defence. Pack did well especially Tendai. Backline were moving the ball a lot, but the conditions didn't suit it. Pat was double touching, passing to the man outside then looping for another take, showed attacking intent. French fossil needs to be sent to the glue factory asap, our attack would've been much better without him.

Now some quick thoughts on the Stomps v Bulls match, as this thread has been invaded them. This match provided more evidence Pollard is an overhyped average player, like the RWC semifinal, this will be ignored. He's playing in an overhyped average Bulls team. The Stomps have an impressive tight five, everything behind that is powderpuff. As soon as they are matched up front, they will collapse. Evidence for this, is SP Marais being my man of the match. He dominated an average Bulls side, and bossed an average Stomp backline. Kolbe is a diver. It was a very poor match, what was once average CC standard.


This is what I pictured reading that:
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The Sharks were hugely impressive against a strong Reds team away from home, a bogey side for the Sharks. Looked the leanest and fittest I can remember them coming off the pre-season. Were strong in defence. Pack did well especially Tendai. Backline were moving the ball a lot, but the conditions didn't suit it. Pat was double touching, passing to the man outside then looping for another take, showed attacking intent. French fossil needs to be sent to the glue factory asap, our attack would've been much better without him.

Now some quick thoughts on the Stomps v Bulls match, as this thread has been invaded them. This match provided more evidence Pollard is an overhyped average player, like the RWC semifinal, this will be ignored. He's playing in an overhyped average Bulls team. The Stomps have an impressive tight five, everything behind that is powderpuff. As soon as they are matched up front, they will collapse. Evidence for this, is SP Marais being my man of the match. He dominated an average Bulls side, and bossed an average Stomp backline. Kolbe is a diver. It was a very poor match, what was once average CC standard.


Aha, at last a reliable pundit joins the fray.

Ox, what's your view on the quality of the different SA franchises - in brief?


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The Sharks were hugely impressive against a strong Reds team away from home, a bogey side for the Sharks. Looked the leanest and fittest I can remember them coming off the pre-season. Were strong in defence. Pack did well especially Tendai. Backline were moving the ball a lot, but the conditions didn't suit it. Pat was double touching, passing to the man outside then looping for another take, showed attacking intent. French fossil needs to be sent to the glue factory asap, our attack would've been much better without him.

Now some quick thoughts on the Stomps v Bulls match, as this thread has been invaded them. This match provided more evidence Pollard is an overhyped average player, like the RWC semifinal, this will be ignored. He's playing in an overhyped average Bulls team. The Stomps have an impressive tight five, everything behind that is powderpuff. As soon as they are matched up front, they will collapse. Evidence for this, is SP Marais being my man of the match. He dominated an average Bulls side, and bossed an average Stomp backline. Kolbe is a diver. It was a very poor match, what was once average CC standard.


Aha, at last a reliable pundit joins the fray.

Ox, what's your view on the quality of the different SA franchises - in brief?


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Loved the winger thrrowing the lineout trick.

good pass from godwin too.


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clarkie being ignorant about saffas 6/7 :uhoh:


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Game already looks weak, Sharks by 15, goodnight ya fucks


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clarkie being ignorant about saffas 6/7 :uhoh:


Unsurprising, hes an idiot.


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Sharks tackling :(


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Powell for Wallabies 9 Jersey


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Sharks 13 has had two TO penalties now, he's quite handy at that.


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This Sharks team is a disgrace. So many dumb penalties :thumbdown:


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Lambie not injured yet?


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Just switched on to see Toua dominating as usual.


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How the mighty have fallen. These are two of the top teams in super rugby yet Im struggling to stay awake.

Not bad enough to switch yo the NRL though.


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Good stream if anyone's after one.

http://www.vipleague.co/rugby/458939/2/ ... nline.html


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why oh why can we not have neutral referees in this tournament?

the greed has seen the thing expanded into this bloated beast and yet they economise with these homer refs.


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India getting done over again, so that's nice.


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Sharks with a pen for the lead early in the second half, didn't expect hat after the first 20 mins.


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Poitrenaud plays for the Sharks??? :uhoh:

I was certain he'd retired


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Sharks not looking bad.


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