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 Post subject: Re: JRWC 2018 - France
PostPosted: Wed May 30, 2018 2:27 pm 
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Leaving shortly with one of the jezzerinhos to head up to the game. Really looking forward to it. Hope there's a good festival Atmos there. Can't imagine there won't be, esp after USAP got promoted. Will have given rugby a boost.


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Pumitas team for today:

1. Rodrigo Martínez, 2. Leonel Oviedo, 3. Mayco Vivas; 4. Salvador Ochoa, 5. Lucas Paulos; 6. Joaquín de la Vega (cap), 7. Santiago Ruiz, 8. Bautista Pedemonte; 9. Manuel Nogués, 10. Juan Bautista Daireaux; 11. Mateo Carreras, 12. Santiago Chocobares, 13. Juan Pablo Castro, 14. Pablo Avellaneda; 15. Santiago Carreras.

Suplentes: 16. Agustín Milet, 17. Gonzalo Hughes, 18. Lucio Sordoni, 19. Federico Lavanini, 20. Juan Ignacio Molina, 21. Gonzalo García, 22. Joaquín de la Vega Mendía, 23. Leopoldo Herrera.

Bolded players have already played at the JRWC 2017.

Nº 8 Bautista Pedemonte is one of the two U-18s of the squad.


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Anyone know the UK tv schedule for this comp?


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 Post subject: Re: JRWC 2018 - France
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All games are streamed on the World Rugby website


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englishchief wrote:
All games are streamed on the World Rugby website

Unless blocked by SuperSport in SA :x


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Jensrsa wrote:
englishchief wrote:
All games are streamed on the World Rugby website

Unless blocked by SuperSport in SA :x

Is that why they're not showing SA vs Geo ? '


feckin twats. :x

Georgian stream for whoever can tolerate Georgian/muted stream http://www.myvideo.ge/tv/rtv


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FullbackAce wrote:
Jensrsa wrote:
englishchief wrote:
All games are streamed on the World Rugby website

Unless blocked by SuperSport in SA :x

Is that why they're not showing SA vs Geo ? '


feckin twats. :x

All official livestreams are geo-blocked in SA


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Jensrsa wrote:
FullbackAce wrote:
Jensrsa wrote:
englishchief wrote:
All games are streamed on the World Rugby website

Unless blocked by SuperSport in SA :x

Is that why they're not showing SA vs Geo ? '


feckin twats. :x

All official livestreams are geo-blocked in SA


Including facebook ones? I've had to use the Georgian stream posted above to watch SA, can't watch online.


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 Post subject: Re: JRWC 2018 - France
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Jensrsa wrote:
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Jensrsa wrote:
englishchief wrote:
All games are streamed on the World Rugby website

Unless blocked by SuperSport in SA :x

Is that why they're not showing SA vs Geo ? '


feckin twats. :x

All official livestreams are geo-blocked in SA

Well I'm in USA and there isn't a world rugby stream for me.


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englishchief wrote:
Jensrsa wrote:
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Jensrsa wrote:
englishchief wrote:
All games are streamed on the World Rugby website

Unless blocked by SuperSport in SA :x

Is that why they're not showing SA vs Geo ? '


feckin twats. :x

All official livestreams are geo-blocked in SA


Including facebook ones? I've had to use the Georgian stream posted above to watch SA, can't watch online.


https://www.facebook.com/GeorgianRugby/ ... live_video

This is a facebook stream but I can't open it for some reason, may you have better luck.


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englishchief wrote:
Jensrsa wrote:
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Jensrsa wrote:
englishchief wrote:
All games are streamed on the World Rugby website

Unless blocked by SuperSport in SA :x

Is that why they're not showing SA vs Geo ? '


feckin twats. :x

All official livestreams are geo-blocked in SA


Including facebook ones? I've had to use the Georgian stream posted above to watch SA, can't watch online.

The pirate site streams come through


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Great Georgia!


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The Georgia #10 is a livewire


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 Post subject: Re: JRWC 2018 - France
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great game eng v arg 14-10


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Where were the arms in that hit on the English 15? Didn't see for sure if there were any, or if it was just a shoulder charge.


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quicker ball ffs argies


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 Post subject: Re: JRWC 2018 - France
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Raggs wrote:
Where were the arms in that hit on the English 15? Didn't see for sure if there were any, or if it was just a shoulder charge.


Looked okay to me but I wasn't really watching even though I was watching, if you know what I mean.

Some of these Argies look really good. Tough game this.


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Penalty try for Italy, score is 3-7


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After butchering a certain try, the Scots have finally managed to score from the resulting line out


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 Post subject: Re: JRWC 2018 - France
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Our boys have looked very disjointed. Georgia full value for their lead.


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Scotland showing some class for their second, score is now 13-7


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How much higher can the ref pull up his pants?


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Argentinian 3 is a Joe Marler clone


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Baby Boks 12 - 17 Junior Lelos at HT.

Pleasantly surprised.


Might just be me, but it feels like both teams are weaker compared to last year.


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 Post subject: Re: JRWC 2018 - France
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Anyone know the balance of this England side? I can't imagine we've put out a massively weakened side against Argentina, but equally, I'm not sure if it would be considered the strongest (that could just be the one eyed wasp in me thinking Willis must be first choice, though equally I think Smith and Ibitoye probably would be too).


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Beaver_Shark wrote:
Our boys have looked very disjointed. Georgia full value for their lead.


One wouldn't think our players have been together for almost 3 months :?


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Jensrsa wrote:
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Our boys have looked very disjointed. Georgia full value for their lead.


One wouldn't think our players have been together for almost 3 months :?

Part of it could be Willemse's late arrival. He's really struggling to get those backs going.


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Beaver_Shark wrote:
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Our boys have looked very disjointed. Georgia full value for their lead.


One wouldn't think our players have been together for almost 3 months :?

Part of it could be Willemse's late arrival. He's really struggling to get those backs going.


Our scrums are struggling too. Trevor2 is taking a pasting (pastry/pastie?)


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Raggs wrote:
Anyone know the balance of this England side? I can't imagine we've put out a massively weakened side against Argentina, but equally, I'm not sure if it would be considered the strongest (that could just be the one eyed wasp in me thinking Willis must be first choice, though equally I think Smith and Ibitoye probably would be too).


Don't know, I don't think they're as strong as last year's side (the starting line up). Smith, Butler and Willis starting would all be upgrades in my opinion.


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Bizarre try.

We'll take that :lol:


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HT:
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Argentina unlucky there as the ref misses a clear forward pass


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Georgian 15 just had a huge brainfart.

Blonde soutie winger is sharp


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Georgian 15 just had a huge brainfart


Not watching the England game?


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Georgian 15 just had a huge brainfart


Not watching the England game?

Got both open. England game is a few minutes behind.


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Jensrsa wrote:
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Our boys have looked very disjointed. Georgia full value for their lead.


One wouldn't think our players have been together for almost 3 months :?

Part of it could be Willemse's late arrival. He's really struggling to get those backs going.


Our scrums are struggling too. Trevor2 is taking a pasting (pastry/pastie?)

His replacement is even fatter :lol:


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