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PostPosted: Fri Sep 20, 2019 5:42 pm 
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How is the beer situation holding up?

https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2019-09-17/rugby-world-cup-2019-japan-stockpiling-beer-for-foreign-tourists

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Foreigners are expected to drink about four times as much as Japanese spectators, according to the organizing committee. That has brewers, distributors, and bars in Japan taking steps to avert a shortage, as the six-week competition gets under way on Sept. 20 for the first time in Asia.

“Japanese drinkers usually slow down after two to three pints, but the foreign fans, they can drink for three hours at the same pace, sometimes even up to four or five hours,” says Tsuyoshi Ohta, president of pub chain Hub Co. Ohta, who anticipates a 40% to 50% jump in monthly sales, plans to stock as much as seven times the usual supply of Kirin Ichiban Shibori lager and Heineken at some of Hub’s more than 100 locations. “There won’t be another chance like this in my lifetime.”

The shares of Hub jumped as much as 8.3% on Wednesday, the most since January, on heavy volume.


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PostPosted: Sat Sep 21, 2019 4:18 am 
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Japan top of the log after day one.


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PostPosted: Sat Sep 21, 2019 6:55 am 
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Look like Fiji wants to join them.


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PostPosted: Sat Sep 21, 2019 10:14 am 
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Cracking game between Argies and frogs, how gardner didn't yellow card France is beyond me, prob ably cost Argies the game


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PostPosted: Sat Sep 21, 2019 2:02 pm 
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Good wins for the Wallabies, France and All Blacks.

Looking forward to tomorrow's fixtures


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PostPosted: Sat Sep 21, 2019 3:11 pm 
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Dunno why SA don't just get the ball to Kolbe every chance they get, only time he got it was when AB,s kicked it and he nearly scored each time


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PostPosted: Sat Sep 21, 2019 6:29 pm 
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Dunno why SA don't just get the ball to Kolbe every chance they get, only time he got it was when AB,s kicked it and he nearly scored each time


Saving it for the final against them.


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PostPosted: Sun Sep 22, 2019 12:39 pm 
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Can we get rid of the Freddie Mercury bollocks please


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PostPosted: Sun Sep 22, 2019 1:36 pm 
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The most impressive team thus far is the Iere. Impressive win over Scotland.

All Blacks have a free ride to the final. England and Scotland easy beats.


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We've lost our 2 most recent games against England ffs, the mockers are displeased :lol: although I'm not sure we'll have to worry about playing Scotland, more likely Japan!


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Italy must be rightly pissed off with ref, Parisse over the line after getting a penalty, another scrum 5 yards out and ref tackles Parisse, Namimbia clear their lines


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PostPosted: Sun Sep 22, 2019 2:59 pm 
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The time difference sucks. Its late afternoon here and the rugby for the day is already over. Am I supposed to just twiddle my thumbs until tomorrow morning?

It worked well yesterday though, because I had a lot of shite to do and so was busy after the last match until bed time.


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The crowds have been impressive.

Kovana must be many pride.


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PostPosted: Sun Sep 22, 2019 7:47 pm 
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The crowds have been impressive.

Kovana must be many pride.

:thumbup: very impressive.

Time difference is good. Leave enough time for mowing lawn or keep the fire going and making a potjie.


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PostPosted: Mon Sep 23, 2019 5:40 am 
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How is the beer situation holding up?

https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2019-09-17/rugby-world-cup-2019-japan-stockpiling-beer-for-foreign-tourists

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Foreigners are expected to drink about four times as much as Japanese spectators, according to the organizing committee. That has brewers, distributors, and bars in Japan taking steps to avert a shortage, as the six-week competition gets under way on Sept. 20 for the first time in Asia.

“Japanese drinkers usually slow down after two to three pints, but the foreign fans, they can drink for three hours at the same pace, sometimes even up to four or five hours,” says Tsuyoshi Ohta, president of pub chain Hub Co. Ohta, who anticipates a 40% to 50% jump in monthly sales, plans to stock as much as seven times the usual supply of Kirin Ichiban Shibori lager and Heineken at some of Hub’s more than 100 locations. “There won’t be another chance like this in my lifetime.”

The shares of Hub jumped as much as 8.3% on Wednesday, the most since January, on heavy volume.


Yes, thank you very much.


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Shame Uruguay will have a rather short recovery tiem until teh Georgia match... a win there could see tham nailing an automatic qualification for 2023, which would be a massive boost for their national rugby program.

Certainly they benefited from Fiji's underperformance today due to rotations (and some complacency and some horriffic goal kicking...) but the schedules for the minnows are dire sometimes.


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PostPosted: Wed Sep 25, 2019 2:10 pm 
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Next potential upsets?
Samoa or Japan over Ireland in Pool A?
I don't see any upsets happening in Pool B unless the Boks pull another "Japan"
England or France tripping up against someone in Pool C?
Fiji somehow playing a blinder against a Wales or Aus in D?


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PostPosted: Wed Sep 25, 2019 2:46 pm 
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Shame Uruguay will have a rather short recovery tiem until teh Georgia match... a win there could see tham nailing an automatic qualification for 2023, which would be a massive boost for their national rugby program.

Certainly they benefited from Fiji's underperformance today due to rotations (and some complacency and some horriffic goal kicking...) but the schedules for the minnows are dire sometimes.


I am chuffed for Uruguay, despite my liking of Fijian rugby.

The whole debate about the demanding RWC schedule is summarised by Uruguay situation: on one side, it gave them the opportunity of the upset against Fiji who rotated players, on the other, they will not be at full strength against Georgia.


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PostPosted: Fri Sep 27, 2019 8:57 am 
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Results with unanswered points at the Rugby World Cup since 1987

1995
South Africa 20-0 Canada
Ivory Coast 0–89 Scotland

1999
Scotland 48–0 Spain

2003
Australia 142–0 Namibia

2007
England 0-36 South Africa
Romania 0-42 Scotland
Georgia 30-0 Namibia
New Zealand 40-0 Scotland

2011
South Africa 87–0 Namibia
Wales 66-0 Fiji

2015
South Africa 64–0 USA

https://www.sport24.co.za/Rugby/RugbyWorldCup2019/naught-what-youre-looking-for-teams-with-0-at-the-rwc-20190927


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PostPosted: Sat Sep 28, 2019 1:11 pm 
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saffer13 wrote:
Next potential upsets?
Samoa or Japan over Ireland in Pool A?
I don't see any upsets happening in Pool B unless the Boks pull another "Japan"
England or France tripping up against someone in Pool C?
Fiji somehow playing a blinder against a Wales or Aus in D?

Seems Japan over Ireland. Bloody well done Japan with your saffa captain :thumbup:


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PostPosted: Sun Sep 29, 2019 11:49 am 
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Japan made a mockery of forward planning in the world cup.

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You gotta fancy Wales having a real crack at reaching tjrbfinal now..winning group D (let's face it) really puts them in the driving seat.


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You gotta fancy Wales having a real crack at reaching tjrbfinal now..winning group D (let's face it) really puts them in the driving seat.

Wales favorite to win the WC. Even the All Blacks dont have a chance.


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OomPB wrote:
tc27 wrote:
You gotta fancy Wales having a real crack at reaching tjrbfinal now..winning group D (let's face it) really puts them in the driving seat.

Wales favorite to win the WC. Even the All Blacks dont have a chance.


Really good chance of getting to the SF. Can we beat the Boks/Irish - sure, but time will tell. Just enjoying the day to be fair.


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PostPosted: Sun Sep 29, 2019 7:32 pm 
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OomPB wrote:
tc27 wrote:
You gotta fancy Wales having a real crack at reaching tjrbfinal now..winning group D (let's face it) really puts them in the driving seat.

Wales favorite to win the WC. Even the All Blacks dont have a chance.


Really good chance of getting to the SF. Can we beat the Boks/Irish - sure, but time will tell. Just enjoying the day to be fair.

Springboks B team nailed them 35-17 a month back. But this was at Loftus. Wales havnt played here in ages.


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So for the Boks it’s either Japan or Ireland in the quarters and if we win that it’s either Wales or ?? in the semi??


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South Africa are about brute force only. But Ireland will stand up to them. As long as Ireland don't feed Kolbe, they will be alright.


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PostPosted: Sat Oct 05, 2019 4:19 am 
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Team Name Roll-call:


Pool A:
Ireland - n/a
Scotland - n/a
Japan - Brave Blossoms
Samoa - Manu Samoa (An ancient warrior guild associated with the Falealili district that serves the Malietoa - one of the royal lines of Samoa)
Russia - The Bears

Pool B:
New Zealand - All Blacks (obtained from 1905 'originals' tour of British Isles; later typographical error from original "All Backs")
South Africa - Springboks (obtained during 1906-07 tour of British Isles)
Italy - Azzurri (means "Blues" - generic nickname given to all Italian sports teams)
Namibia - The Welwitschias (a plant unique to the Namibian desert)
Canada - Canucks; Les Rouges

Pool C:
England - The Red and Whites / Les 15 de la Rose (in France)
France - Les Bleus / Les XV de France / Les Tricolores / Les Coqs (cockerills)
Argentina - Los Pumas (but apparenty motif shows a Jaguar)
Tonga - Ikale Tahi (Sea Eagles)
USA - The Eagles

Pool D:
Wales - Dragons / Three Feathers
Australia - Wallabies (originally named "The Rabbits" by the English media; the players were offended and changed their name to "The Wallabies".)
Fiji - Flying Fijians (the illegal tackling style of the Fijian team)
Uruguay - Los Teros (a native bird)
Georgia - Lelos / "Men of Borjgali" (Lelo - ancient sport resembling rugby)


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So for the Boks it’s either Japan or Ireland in the quarters and if we win that it’s either Wales or ?? in the semi??

France or our nephews


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Auckman wrote:
Team Name Roll-call:

Argentina - Los Pumas (but apparenty motif shows a Jaguar)

It's a Yaguareté (local species of Jaguar from the NE rainforest).


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The routes to the RWC quarter-finals - or the plane home
07 October 2019 07:52
Tokyo - Heading into the last round of pool games at the Rugby World Cup, only two teams have already booked their quarter-final places: England and France.

Some pools are all over bar the shouting, in others there's still all to play for. AFP looks at the various scenarios as teams strive for that last-eight spot.

Pool A

With Ireland, Scotland and Japan all battling for two places, this is the most competitive pool.

If Japan beat Scotland on Sunday, they will qualify for their first ever World Cup quarter-final, topping the pool and probably giving themselves another crack at the Springboks -- a repeat of the "Miracle of Brighton" game in 2015.

If Ireland beat Samoa on Saturday with a bonus point for four tries, they have definitely qualified.

Scotland need a bonus-point win over Russia on Wednesday, and they must then beat Japan while preventing the Brave Blossoms from getting a defensive bonus point for losing by seven points or fewer.

There is a scenario in which all three teams finish on 15 points: Ireland beat Samoa without a bonus point, Scotland beat Russia with a bonus point and then score four tries in a narrow win over Japan -- meaning both teams get a bonus point.

In a two-way scenario, it is the team that won the match between them that proceeds. But this would be a three-way scenario where every team has won one and lost one. In this case, the two teams with the best points difference would qualify.

Currently Japan and Ireland have a much better points difference, but Scotland play bottom-placed Russia next and are likely to improve their tally.

Pool B

Pool B is pretty well decided, with superpowers New Zealand and South Africa virtually assured of taking first and second place respectively, barring miracles from Italy in their last match against the All Blacks.

A victory or draw by New Zealand against Italy puts the defending champions through as pool winners.

South Africa can all but guarantee a quarter-final berth with a bonus-point win against minnows Canada on Tuesday.

There is one extremely unlikely scenario in which all teams can end up with 15 points (South Africa get that bonus-point win against Canada, then Italy run in four tries in a narrow victory against the All Blacks).

Again, it would come down to points difference and New Zealand and South Africa are currently 115 and 70 points ahead of Italy respectively.

Pool C

Much more clear-cut. England and France have qualified, and all that remains to be decided is who wins the group. That will be fought out when they meet in Yokohama on Saturday.

The winner will play the runner-up of Pool D -- almost certain to be Australia. But the runner-up in the pool may not be too despondent as they will go into the other half of the knock-out draw from the All Blacks, meaning they cannot meet the defending champions until the final.

Pool D

Australia can qualify if they avoid defeat against Georgia on Friday. If Wales beat Fiji on Wednesday, they will also book their last-eight ticket and will need to win against underdogs Uruguay on Sunday to top the pool.

Mathematically, Fiji can still qualify but they have to beat Wales comfortably with a bonus point and hope the Welsh lose to Uruguay.

Possible quarter-final line-ups:

Saturday 19 October:

Winner Pool C (England/France) vs Runner-up Pool D (Australia/Wales)

Winner Pool B (New Zealand/South Africa) vs Runner-up Pool A (Japan/Ireland/Scotland)

Sunday 20 October:

Winner Pool D (Australia/Wales) vs Runner-up Pool C (England/France)

Winner Pool A (Japan/Ireland/Scotland) vs Runner-up Pool B (New Zealand/South Africa)


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World Rugby Rankings

1 (1) NEW ZEALAND 90.98
2 (2) WALES 88.87
3 (3) ENGLAND 88.13
4 (4) IRELAND 85.93
5 (5) SOUTH AFRICA 85.75
6 (6) AUSTRALIA 83.52
7 (7) FRANCE 81.38
8 (8) JAPAN 80.70
9 (9) SCOTLAND 80.62
10 (10)ARGENTINA 76.79
11 (12) FIJI 76.21
12 (14) ITALY 72.04
13 (13) USA 71.83
14 (11) GEORGIA 71.26
15 (15) SAMOA 70.72
16 (16) TONGA 69.22
17 (17) SPAIN 68.15
18 (18) URUGUAY 67.41
19 (19) ROMANIA 66.69
20 (20) RUSSIA 63.09
21 (21) PORTUGAL 61.33
22 (22) CANADA 61.12
23 (23) NAMIBIA 61.01



The Top 8 teams in the World Rugby rankings will play the QF. It seems that their system works well.


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World Rugby Rankings

1 (1) NEW ZEALAND 90.98
2 (2) WALES 88.87
3 (3) ENGLAND 88.13
4 (4) IRELAND 85.93
5 (5) SOUTH AFRICA 85.75
6 (6) AUSTRALIA 83.52
7 (7) FRANCE 81.38
8 (8) JAPAN 80.70
9 (9) SCOTLAND 80.62
10 (10)ARGENTINA 76.79
11 (12) FIJI 76.21
12 (14) ITALY 72.04
13 (13) USA 71.83
14 (11) GEORGIA 71.26
15 (15) SAMOA 70.72
16 (16) TONGA 69.22
17 (17) SPAIN 68.15
18 (18) URUGUAY 67.41
19 (19) ROMANIA 66.69
20 (20) RUSSIA 63.09
21 (21) PORTUGAL 61.33
22 (22) CANADA 61.12
23 (23) NAMIBIA 61.01



The Top 8 teams in the World Rugby rankings will play the QF. It seems that their system works well.


Had Argentina beaten France, with the points doubled for WC matches, it would've worked as well.

Double points for RWC tends to ensure teams end the tournament in the same ranking spot as their RCW finish...


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Puma wrote:
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World Rugby Rankings

1 (1) NEW ZEALAND 90.98
2 (2) WALES 88.87
3 (3) ENGLAND 88.13
4 (4) IRELAND 85.93
5 (5) SOUTH AFRICA 85.75
6 (6) AUSTRALIA 83.52
7 (7) FRANCE 81.38
8 (8) JAPAN 80.70
9 (9) SCOTLAND 80.62
10 (10)ARGENTINA 76.79
11 (12) FIJI 76.21
12 (14) ITALY 72.04
13 (13) USA 71.83
14 (11) GEORGIA 71.26
15 (15) SAMOA 70.72
16 (16) TONGA 69.22
17 (17) SPAIN 68.15
18 (18) URUGUAY 67.41
19 (19) ROMANIA 66.69
20 (20) RUSSIA 63.09
21 (21) PORTUGAL 61.33
22 (22) CANADA 61.12
23 (23) NAMIBIA 61.01



The Top 8 teams in the World Rugby rankings will play the QF. It seems that their system works well.


Had Argentina beaten France, with the points doubled for WC matches, it would've worked as well.

Double points for RWC tends to ensure teams end the tournament in the same ranking spot as their RCW finish...


It works well now that Wales aren't #1. :roll: :lol:


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Just realised that you can win every game in a pool and still not finish top which would be outrageous.

Team 1: 4W, 0BPs = 16pts
Team 2: 3W+1L, 4TBP, 1LBP = 12 + 4 + 1 = 17pts

In the 6N this could also happen with 5 games being played, so you are given an extra 3 pts.

However unlikely, it's a bit dumb from World Rugby.


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What a total and utter waste of space this report is.

https://www.bbc.com/sport/rugby-union/49924959

Rugby World Cup: The permutations for England, Scotland, Wales and Ireland

And then says ... So what are the permutations in each pool? BBC Sport takes a closer look.

South Africa v Canada (8 October): South Africa can confirm their progression with a bonus-point victory over Canada on Tuesday.

New Zealand v Italy (12 October): New Zealand are not yet mathematically through to the knockout stages, despite topping the group.

Unless Canada shock the Springboks, Italy would have to beat the All Blacks in their final game to progress, and even that may not be enough if Steve Hansen's men claimed bonus points.


The narrative more than somewhat implies each team is equal in ability. Why not just say the others have even less chance at this point in the pool stage. Someone new to rugby would not realise where we are at.

Fcuking annoying.


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First team to be eliminated were?:
First team to qualify for QFs: England
First team to play all 4 pool games: SA - 12 day layoff


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