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Since its unlikely to happen at this stage, I feel that the bored needs to come together in solidarity during these dark days.

List your first 5/6N memory, your happiest memory, your worst memory, your biggest “haha that’ll fukken teach you bastards” memory, and your most empathetic (feeling happy for another team) memory.

First memory - Ireland getting tanked by England at Twickers in the late 90s

Happiest memory - Stephen Jones (and not Henson) stepping up and missing that last min penalty in 2009

Worst memory - Clerc’s try

That will fukken teach you bastards memory - England Foot And Mouth game 2000

Empathetic memory - I can’t think of any. I hate you all (that’s why the 6N is simply the best tournament in the world).
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That Foot and Mouth game was 2001.
My favourite "fudge you" moment was Rory Kockott in 2015 when France prevented England getting a late try to grab the 6N on points difference. Never seen a player so happy after his team conceded 55 points :lol:
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Worst memory 1990 v Scotland
Best memory 2003 v Ireland
Empathy Italy beating France 2011
First memory 1980 Grand Slam
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I don’t suppose we could have a ‘Triple Crown’ thing instead now the French have raised the white flag?
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DragsterDriver wrote: Mon Jan 11, 2021 8:34 pm I don’t suppose we could have a ‘Triple Crown’ thing instead now the French have raised the white flag?
Take it to the Brexit thread.
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First memory - Michael Kiernan's drop goal against England 1985
Happiest memory - 2009 grand slam
Worst memory - turnstyles tackle attempton Ibanez in 2007
That will teach you - versus England in 2007
Empathetic memory - when wales lost to....nah, only joking.
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Sefton wrote: Mon Jan 11, 2021 8:35 pm
DragsterDriver wrote: Mon Jan 11, 2021 8:34 pm I don’t suppose we could have a ‘Triple Crown’ thing instead now the French have raised the white flag?
Take it to the Brexit thread.
They’ve scrapped the Heino, they’ll bin off the 6N next. We may get a domestic tournament instead?
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Feb 1979 my first 5N rugby game at Landsdowne Road.

Got the 07.00 train up down to Belfast with a mega carryout, onto the Dublin train , crawled round Dublin, watched the game, more carryout and into my home pub for 10.30.

I don't think I got out of bed until school on Monday

I believe we were playing England, and may have actually won for the first time in aeons.
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Most vivid memory is 1991 grand slam, watched the game in Paris pub full of French, kept it quite until Underwood went over, was bailed out of a kicking by an American Mafia Lawyer some evening though for a bright eyed youngster.
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DragsterDriver wrote: Mon Jan 11, 2021 8:50 pm
Sefton wrote: Mon Jan 11, 2021 8:35 pm
DragsterDriver wrote: Mon Jan 11, 2021 8:34 pm I don’t suppose we could have a ‘Triple Crown’ thing instead now the French have raised the white flag?
Take it to the Brexit thread.
They’ve scrapped the Heino, they’ll bin off the 6N next. We may get a domestic tournament instead?
Biarritz and Pau thank you f**king useless twats for over 10 cases Because you idiots can't test properly.

Do fudge off little Englander.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=a4_pcdyFO1U

PS I don't think the irish are interested in your supper spreader events
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Laurent wrote: Mon Jan 11, 2021 9:25 pm
DragsterDriver wrote: Mon Jan 11, 2021 8:50 pm
Sefton wrote: Mon Jan 11, 2021 8:35 pm
DragsterDriver wrote: Mon Jan 11, 2021 8:34 pm I don’t suppose we could have a ‘Triple Crown’ thing instead now the French have raised the white flag?
Take it to the Brexit thread.
They’ve scrapped the Heino, they’ll bin off the 6N next. We may get a domestic tournament instead?
Biarritz and Pau thank you f**king useless twats for over 10 cases Because you idiots can't test properly.

Do fudge off little Englander.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=a4_pcdyFO1U

PS I don't think the irish are interested in your supper spreader events
They’ll eat anything.
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First memory: Noel Mannion try v Wales

Happiest memory : 2009 slam beating Wales in their back yard

Worst memory: Vincent Clerc try 2007 in Croke Park

That will teach you bastards: thrashing Wales 28-3 (I think) in 2014

Empathetic memory: edit. Scott Gibbs try in Wembley 1999
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DragsterDriver wrote: Mon Jan 11, 2021 9:28 pm
Laurent wrote: Mon Jan 11, 2021 9:25 pm
DragsterDriver wrote: Mon Jan 11, 2021 8:50 pm
Sefton wrote: Mon Jan 11, 2021 8:35 pm
DragsterDriver wrote: Mon Jan 11, 2021 8:34 pm I don’t suppose we could have a ‘Triple Crown’ thing instead now the French have raised the white flag?
Take it to the Brexit thread.
They’ve scrapped the Heino, they’ll bin off the 6N next. We may get a domestic tournament instead?
Biarritz and Pau thank you f**king useless twats for over 10 cases Because you idiots can't test properly.

Do fudge off little Englander.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=a4_pcdyFO1U

PS I don't think the irish are interested in your supper spreader events
They’ll eat anything.
We are out of snails...
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First memory. Kiernans drop goal.
Happiest memory: being in Lansdowne when Wally scored a try against Scotland and we won our first Triple Crown since Cromwell.
Worst memory: Vs England and The red carpet game, we got smashed and I was in the wrong part of the ground.
That'll teach you,: v England in Twickers after they won the RWC.
Emphatic Memory: Rogs drop goal in 09.

Empathetic, read it as emphatic, so thats staying there anyway. But, Hensons long range penalty, was in Rome for the Irish game and you'd swear Ireland had just won with that penalty, place went mad.
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First memory - Ireland getting beaten by England in 1980, start of Bill Beaumont's Grand Slam
Happiest memory - Bowe Gathers! Bowe Gathers! Bowe Gathers! (I was in the shitter trying not to cry when Stephen Jones missed his kick at goal, so can't claim that moment :lol: :blush: )
Worst memory - Vincent Clerc
That will teach you - Wales losing to Italy when the Ref said there was time to kick to the corner, then changed his mind and blew the final whistle
Empathetic memory - Any time Italy win.
Most Memorable Game: The 38 all mind-f*ck Calcutta Cup match at Twickenham a couple of years ago.


edit: date corrected - having been off by nearly a thousand years :lol: :lol: :lol: :blush:
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Yer Man wrote: Mon Jan 11, 2021 10:31 pm First memory - Ireland getting beaten by England in 1098, start of Bill Beaumont's Grand Slam
Happiest memory - Bowe Gathers! Bowe Gathers! Bowe Gathers! (I was in the shitter trying not to cry when Stephen Jones missed his kick at goal, so can't claim that moment :lol: :blush: )
Worst memory - Vincent Clerc
That will teach you - Wales losing to Italy when the Ref said there was time to kick to the corner, then changed his mind and blew the final whistle
Empathetic memory - Any time Italy win.
Most Memorable Game: The 38 all mind-f*ck Calcutta Cup match at Twickenham a couple of years ago.
1098, fair play
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Mr. Very Popular wrote: Mon Jan 11, 2021 10:34 pm
Yer Man wrote: Mon Jan 11, 2021 10:31 pm First memory - Ireland getting beaten by England in 1098, start of Bill Beaumont's Grand Slam
Happiest memory - Bowe Gathers! Bowe Gathers! Bowe Gathers! (I was in the shitter trying not to cry when Stephen Jones missed his kick at goal, so can't claim that moment :lol: :blush: )
Worst memory - Vincent Clerc
That will teach you - Wales losing to Italy when the Ref said there was time to kick to the corner, then changed his mind and blew the final whistle
Empathetic memory - Any time Italy win.
Most Memorable Game: The 38 all mind-f*ck Calcutta Cup match at Twickenham a couple of years ago.
1098, fair play
Yeah, I watched the game with Enzedder :nod:
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Yer Man wrote: Mon Jan 11, 2021 10:40 pm
Mr. Very Popular wrote: Mon Jan 11, 2021 10:34 pm
Yer Man wrote: Mon Jan 11, 2021 10:31 pm First memory - Ireland getting beaten by England in 1098, start of Bill Beaumont's Grand Slam
Happiest memory - Bowe Gathers! Bowe Gathers! Bowe Gathers! (I was in the shitter trying not to cry when Stephen Jones missed his kick at goal, so can't claim that moment :lol: :blush: )
Worst memory - Vincent Clerc
That will teach you - Wales losing to Italy when the Ref said there was time to kick to the corner, then changed his mind and blew the final whistle
Empathetic memory - Any time Italy win.
Most Memorable Game: The 38 all mind-f*ck Calcutta Cup match at Twickenham a couple of years ago.
1098, fair play
Yeah, I watched the game with Enzedder :nod:
I had the black death and missed that on.
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Mr. Very Popular wrote: Mon Jan 11, 2021 10:30 pm First memory. Kiernans drop goal.
Happiest memory: being in Lansdowne when Wally scored a try against Scotland and we won our first Triple Crown since Cromwell.
Worst memory: Vs England and The red carpet game, we got smashed and I was in the wrong part of the ground.
That'll teach you,: v England in Twickers after they won the RWC.
Emphatic Memory: Rogs drop goal in 09.

Empathetic, read it as emphatic, so thats staying there anyway. But, Hensons long range penalty, was in Rome for the Irish game and you'd swear Ireland had just won with that penalty, place went mad.
I thought you were nearly as old as me. My first memory was actually sparked by somebody asking it on here before and I thought it was a match that was really muddy but then I thought of another one when it was Wales against I think Scotland, could have been France or Ireland, and there is snow and it looked cold. I was very young. I then went to a match in 1982 when 7 in Lansdowne against Scotland and the rest is history.
Worst: red carpet game and recently Itoje making the whole nation his play thing. Repeatedly.
Happiest: 1985, I was too young to get euphoric in 1982,and Probably BOD in Paris. We were still a bit shit then and it could be like that for a while again
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First memory was my old man buying us sweets and pop for "international parties" to shut us up so he could watch the game. Then going to the odd match with him and my bro or through school. 5 nations amateur days were best days.
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Sefton wrote: Mon Jan 11, 2021 8:34 pm Worst memory 1990 v Scotland
Best memory 2003 v Ireland
Empathy Italy beating France 2011
First memory 1980 Grand Slam
Short memory Sefton as you're in your mid 50s
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First 6n Match I attended, Ireland Wales 1974. It ended 9 - 9 I think.

IIRC Ireland won the 6N that year.
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DragsterDriver wrote: Mon Jan 11, 2021 8:50 pm
Sefton wrote: Mon Jan 11, 2021 8:35 pm
DragsterDriver wrote: Mon Jan 11, 2021 8:34 pm I don’t suppose we could have a ‘Triple Crown’ thing instead now the French have raised the white flag?
Take it to the Brexit thread.
They’ve scrapped the Heino, they’ll bin off the 6N next. We may get a domestic tournament instead?
Difference being that they stand a chance in the 6N
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EverReady wrote: Mon Jan 11, 2021 11:08 pm
Mr. Very Popular wrote: Mon Jan 11, 2021 10:30 pm First memory. Kiernans drop goal.
Happiest memory: being in Lansdowne when Wally scored a try against Scotland and we won our first Triple Crown since Cromwell.
Worst memory: Vs England and The red carpet game, we got smashed and I was in the wrong part of the ground.
That'll teach you,: v England in Twickers after they won the RWC.
Emphatic Memory: Rogs drop goal in 09.

Empathetic, read it as emphatic, so thats staying there anyway. But, Hensons long range penalty, was in Rome for the Irish game and you'd swear Ireland had just won with that penalty, place went mad.
I thought you were nearly as old as me. My first memory was actually sparked by somebody asking it on here before and I thought it was a match that was really muddy but then I thought of another one when it was Wales against I think Scotland, could have been France or Ireland, and there is snow and it looked cold. I was very young. I then went to a match in 1982 when 7 in Lansdowne against Scotland and the rest is history.
Worst: red carpet game and recently Itoje making the whole nation his play thing. Repeatedly.
Happiest: 1985, I was too young to get euphoric in 1982,and Probably BOD in Paris. We were still a bit shit then and it could be like that for a while again

I was 10 when Kiernan popped over that drop goal, and I have a shïte memory, so even remembering that means it was something special at the time.
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camroc1 wrote: Mon Jan 11, 2021 11:26 pm First 6n Match I attended, Ireland Wales 1974. It ended 9 - 9 I think.

IIRC Ireland won the 6N that year.
Fair play, seeing as it didn't exist.
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Mr. Very Popular wrote: Tue Jan 12, 2021 12:13 am
camroc1 wrote: Mon Jan 11, 2021 11:26 pm First 6n Match I attended, Ireland Wales 1974. It ended 9 - 9 I think.

IIRC Ireland won the 6N that year.
Fair play, seeing as it didn't exist.
:blush:

:lol: :lol: :lol: :thumbup:

Wasn't Fat Barry outhalf for that team ?
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camroc1 wrote: Tue Jan 12, 2021 12:17 am
Mr. Very Popular wrote: Tue Jan 12, 2021 12:13 am
camroc1 wrote: Mon Jan 11, 2021 11:26 pm First 6n Match I attended, Ireland Wales 1974. It ended 9 - 9 I think.

IIRC Ireland won the 6N that year.
Fair play, seeing as it didn't exist.
:blush:

:lol: :lol: :lol: :thumbup:

Wasn't Fat Barry outhalf for that team ?
I have lasting memories of him apparently wandering casually around the pitch in LR. He certainly wasn't one for doing much work, or even catching the ball. He was the definition of a quarterback outhalf.
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lilyw wrote: Tue Jan 12, 2021 12:30 am
camroc1 wrote: Tue Jan 12, 2021 12:17 am
Mr. Very Popular wrote: Tue Jan 12, 2021 12:13 am
camroc1 wrote: Mon Jan 11, 2021 11:26 pm First 6n Match I attended, Ireland Wales 1974. It ended 9 - 9 I think.

IIRC Ireland won the 6N that year.
Fair play, seeing as it didn't exist.
:blush:

:lol: :lol: :lol: :thumbup:

Wasn't Fat Barry outhalf for that team ?
I have lasting memories of him apparently wandering casually around the pitch in LR. He certainly wasn't one for doing much work, or even catching the ball. He was the definition of a quarterback outhalf.
He was a natural footballer - ManU tried to sign him at one stage- but like many OHs at the time didn't know what a tackle was. Knew how to direct a pack around a pitch though, until the lunches got too much.
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First: First match in Lansdowne v Wales 1986
Happiest: being in the north terrace v Scotland 2000
Worst: clerc try
That'll teach you: v England 2004 Twickenham
Empathetic: Scotland win grand slam 1990
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For games I attended

First: Wales - France 1992
Happiest: watching Ieuan Evans skin underwood for the win 93.
Worst: One of the losses to Scotland or Ireland in the 90's/early 2000's probably.
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First memory - 1976 Wales beating France. Back then all the other games were guaranteed wins
Happiest memory - 2005 grand slam (it was a long wait)
Worst memory - the 90's (just about all of it)
That will teach you - 2010, that game
Empathetic memory - 2008 v's France (our perfect 6N)
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New cateogry; Your “insert your fist into the tv screen” moment.

For me it has to be the Mike Phillips “try” that should never have been.
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First memory - Geoghegan crossing to win it for us in 94.

Happiest memory - in a rammed Old Shillelagh on FT in 09. Fitting that my happiest is someone else fxcking things up.

Worst memory - England taking us to bloody pieces in 03. By end of second half every tryscorer had a broad grin on their faces, especially Luger.

That will fukken teach you bastards memory - England in 06. Again in a rammed Alexandra with about 4 of ours and 50+ England supporters all belching Swing Low when they went ahead at 24-21. Sweet as life.

Empathetic memory - Italy rubbing our noses in the Flaminio turf. Once I'd gotten over how low we'd sunk it was their grand day out.
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Jim Lahey wrote: Tue Jan 12, 2021 10:24 am New cateogry; Your “insert your fist into the tv screen” moment.

For me it has to be the Mike Phillips “try” that should never have been.
That, or Ireland scrapping a win over Italy in 2011 was dire
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lemonhead wrote: Tue Jan 12, 2021 10:45 am First memory - Geoghegan crossing to win it for us in 94.

Happiest memory - in a rammed Old Shillelagh on FT in 09. Fitting that my happiest is someone else fxcking things up.

Worst memory - England taking us to bloody pieces in 03. By end of second half every tryscorer had a broad grin on their faces, especially Luger.

That will fukken teach you bastards memory - England in 06. Again in a rammed Alexandra with about 4 of ours and 50+ England supporters all belching Swing Low when they went ahead at 24-21. Sweet as life.

Empathetic memory - Italy rubbing our noses in the Flaminio turf. Once I'd gotten over how low we'd sunk it was their grand day out.
Did they not beat us in the Olympic Stadium?
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Jim Lahey wrote: Tue Jan 12, 2021 10:24 am New cateogry; Your “insert your fist into the tv screen” moment.

For me it has to be the Mike Phillips “try” that should never have been.
That was awesome :lol: For it to be Irelands favourite Welshman, Phillips of all people too
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iarmhiman wrote: Tue Jan 12, 2021 11:42 am
lemonhead wrote: Tue Jan 12, 2021 10:45 am First memory - Geoghegan crossing to win it for us in 94.

Happiest memory - in a rammed Old Shillelagh on FT in 09. Fitting that my happiest is someone else fxcking things up.

Worst memory - England taking us to bloody pieces in 03. By end of second half every tryscorer had a broad grin on their faces, especially Luger.

That will fukken teach you bastards memory - England in 06. Again in a rammed Alexandra with about 4 of ours and 50+ England supporters all belching Swing Low when they went ahead at 24-21. Sweet as life.

Empathetic memory - Italy rubbing our noses in the Flaminio turf. Once I'd gotten over how low we'd sunk it was their grand day out.
Did they not beat us in the Olympic Stadium?
Meh. I may have been drinking.
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Insert your fist into the TV screen moment:

Scotland beat us in 2013 in Murrayfield. ROG in his own 22 or just outside it, tries a really stupid grubber across the field like completely flat 90 degrees to direction of play intercepted by the Scots.
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iarmhiman wrote: Tue Jan 12, 2021 11:46 am Insert your fist into the TV screen moment:

Scotland beat us in 2013 in Murrayfield. ROG in his own 22 or just outside it, tries a really stupid grubber across the field like completely flat 90 degrees to direct of play intercepted by the Scots.
I still go into a 1000 yard stare mode when I think of that.
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feckwanker wrote: Tue Jan 12, 2021 11:58 am
iarmhiman wrote: Tue Jan 12, 2021 11:46 am Insert your fist into the TV screen moment:

Scotland beat us in 2013 in Murrayfield. ROG in his own 22 or just outside it, tries a really stupid grubber across the field like completely flat 90 degrees to direct of play intercepted by the Scots.
I still go into a 1000 yard stare mode when I think of that.
Yeah.

Before that moment people were questioning why we'd started Paddy Jackson instead of ROG.
After that moment, we weren't.
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