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SaintK wrote:Yep, cracking match for the neutral :thumbup:
Thought the ref had a good match
The Bath fans disagree, their board is whinging hard about the ref, as they always do
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Petros wrote:
SaintK wrote:Yep, cracking match for the neutral :thumbup:
Thought the ref had a good match
The Bath fans disagree, their board is whinging hard about the ref, as they always do
I thought he was decent enough- garner was pretty poor last night.
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20 mins in and this has been a belter of a game
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Hong Kong wrote:20 mins in and this has been a belter of a game
Well worth a viewing :)
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DragsterDriver wrote:
Petros wrote:
SaintK wrote:Yep, cracking match for the neutral :thumbup:
Thought the ref had a good match
The Bath fans disagree, their board is whinging hard about the ref, as they always do
I thought he was decent enough- garner was pretty poor last night.
Ideal ref for this match in my view - left something for the Front Row Union to argue about but let the rugby flow and kept the pace of the game high by making decisions. Credit too for the assistant refs and TMO who didn't constantly interrupt proceedings unnecessarily.
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Great game :thumbup: Wade was due a few.
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HurricaneWasp wrote:Great game :thumbup: Wade was due a few.
I was just thinking after the Connacht loss that he'd had a lengthy quiet stretch. Happy for him. I do understand why Eddie is reticent to pick him but he's just such a bloody good player when it comes to scoring and creating tries that I think he has to be given a chance at some point. His try scoring rate is ludicrous
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The thing I like most about watching Wasps right now is the feeling anything might happen from anywhere on the field. So many game-changers, especially now Beale has been added to the mix.
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Chuckles1188 wrote:
HurricaneWasp wrote:Great game :thumbup: Wade was due a few.
I was just thinking after the Connacht loss that he'd had a lengthy quiet stretch. Happy for him. I do understand why Eddie is reticent to pick him but he's just such a bloody good player when it comes to scoring and creating tries that I think he has to be given a chance at some point. His try scoring rate is ludicrous
Now 9th on the all time league try scorers list, on 59, and that is despite missing a good chunk of two seasons

And his tackle stats have been impressive for the last couple of games as well
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Is this retrospectively available online anywhere ?
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bealonian wrote:Is this retrospectively available online anywhere ?
Pretty sure the Premiership rugby site still has replays and highlights on it. Might have to wait a few days though
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bealonian wrote:Is this retrospectively available online anywhere ?
http://www.premiershiprugby.com/premiership-rugby-tv/ Full vid will be added shortly - Merry Christmas!
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Fanks. Watched the highlights while hiding from the family earlier.

Looks like a great game and those highlights were quite special.
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Just watched the highlights

Wades second try was quality
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SamShark wrote:Just watched the highlights

Wades second try was quality
They suggested yesterday it will be try of the season!
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Quality match. Wanted to head up to it but couldn't get organised.

Has to be amongst the best non test backlines ever assembled.
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It was a great game for a neutral. I am semi-neutral because I am really starting to become a Wasps fan.
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Red Chopper wrote:Just turned on, good try. Good crowd, did they say what the attendance is?
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Deadtigers wrote:It was a great game for a neutral. I am semi-neutral because I am really starting to become a Wasps fan.
This post was made by Deadtigers who is currently on your ignore list.
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What a peculiar thread and time to declare you're ignoring someone...

Here:
Deadtigers wrote:It was a great game for a neutral. I am semi-neutral because I am really starting to become a Wasps fan.
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Raggs wrote:What a peculiar thread and time to declare you're ignoring someone...

Here:
Deadtigers wrote:It was a great game for a neutral. I am semi-neutral because I am really starting to become a Wasps fan.
No, you're correct. DT doesn't have the background knowledge to fully appreciate what is so wrong with supporting the player thieving pizza eaters. More to be pitied than scolded.
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Just watched it on the premiership website.

Cracking game with v good ref.

Lineouts for both sides were atrocious.
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I don't watch a lot of NH rugby, but what a cracking game.

Nice touch by Bath to have the flags of the countries of their players on their jerseys.
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Vuaka wrote:I don't watch a lot of NH rugby, but what a cracking game.

Nice touch by Bath to have the flags of the countries of their players on their jerseys.
You picked the right game it was a cracker, saints v sale the day before was like a pub match.
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Underhill and Young would be a pretty good partnership going forward for Wales.
Live fasts kid has some real gas.
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c69 wrote:Underhill and Young would be a pretty good partnership going forward for Wales.
Live fasts kid has some real gas.
You do wonder where he gets it from.


And hands off you poaching scumbag ;)
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England don't need to poach Welsh players, and I am sure proper Welsh supporters would feel equally uneasy about taking an Englishman.
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happyhooker wrote:
c69 wrote:Underhill and Young would be a pretty good partnership going forward for Wales.
Live fasts kid has some real gas.
You do wonder where he gets it from.


And hands off you poaching scumbag ;)
Think if he wasn't rapid he'd have starved at home.
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DragsterDriver wrote:
happyhooker wrote:
c69 wrote:Underhill and Young would be a pretty good partnership going forward for Wales.
Live fasts kid has some real gas.
You do wonder where he gets it from.


And hands off you poaching scumbag ;)
Think if he wasn't rapid he'd have starved at home.
Live fast is certainly generously padded.
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happyhooker wrote:
DragsterDriver wrote:
happyhooker wrote:
c69 wrote:Underhill and Young would be a pretty good partnership going forward for Wales.
Live fasts kid has some real gas.
You do wonder where he gets it from.


And hands off you poaching scumbag ;)
Think if he wasn't rapid he'd have starved at home.
Live fast is certainly generously padded.
He looks like he's going to pop.
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