England Vs Wales B - OFFICIAL Six Nations Match Thread

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Who is going to win?

England
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65%
Wales
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Gav
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Miguel Indurain wrote:I'm looking forward to this match. After Ireland/England, this is my favourite fixture in every 6N's championship.

C'mon Wales (sorry Granny, but I can't shout for the country of your birth).
Ungrateful little wretch - after all she's done for you and you can't do such a tiny, little, simple thing for her - you'll regret it when she's gone.
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Masterji wrote:I see England scoring 35-40 points and the Welsh barely registering.
I remember those days....
Those days are not these days. Saes by 15
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Masterji wrote:I see England scoring 35-40 points and the Welsh barely registering.
We barely managed that against Italy. It'd be utterly remarkable if we did it to a very good Welsh side who just hammered the (then) highly fancied Scots.

But I hope you are right.
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Put this gif in the OP, if you can replace the heads with the English and Welsh flags.

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Eddie having a little pop at Alun Wyn Jones - suggesting he needs to respect the referee and stop acting like a footballer.

https://www.rte.ie/sport/rugby/2018/020 ... complaint/
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ovalball wrote:Eddie having a little pop at Alun Wyn Jones - suggesting he needs to respect the referee and stop acting like a footballer.

https://www.rte.ie/sport/rugby/2018/020 ... complaint/
Fecking Hell :lol:
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ovalball wrote:Eddie having a little pop at Alun Wyn Jones - suggesting he needs to respect the referee and stop acting like a footballer.

https://www.rte.ie/sport/rugby/2018/020 ... complaint/
I thought a strongly worded letter was the norm?
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fatcat wrote:Just got a ticket for the game. :smug:
The braying just got louder :thumbup:
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ovalball wrote:Eddie having a little pop at Alun Wyn Jones - suggesting he needs to respect the referee and stop acting like a footballer.

https://www.rte.ie/sport/rugby/2018/020 ... complaint/
Sorry Eddie AWJ is on the Welsh team you'll not find a more wretched hive of chavball scum and villainy outside of the premier league.
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ovalball wrote:Eddie having a little pop at Alun Wyn Jones - suggesting he needs to respect the referee and stop acting like a footballer.

https://www.rte.ie/sport/rugby/2018/020 ... complaint/
Oh, and what a fùcking snitch.
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I thought you'd all like it :lol:
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ovalball wrote:I thought you'd all like it :lol:
AWJ is something of a hero in Wales. He is above criticism.
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I can only presume Owen Farrell is going to be a late withdrawal, otherwise Eddie doesn't have a leg to stand on.
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Mick Mannock wrote:
ovalball wrote:I thought you'd all like it :lol:
AWJ is something of a hero in Wales. He is above criticism.
Nah, what he did was absolutely deliberate. And I'd applaud my own player for doing it
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happyhooker wrote:I can only presume Owen Farrell is going to be a late withdrawal, otherwise Eddie doesn't have a leg to stand on.
Thank you!
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happyhooker wrote:
Mick Mannock wrote:
ovalball wrote:I thought you'd all like it :lol:
AWJ is something of a hero in Wales. He is above criticism.
Nah, what he did was absolutely deliberate. And I'd applaud my own player for doing it
I suspect Eddie would too really.
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happyhooker wrote:I can only presume Owen Farrell is going to be a late withdrawal, otherwise Eddie doesn't have a leg to stand on.
It is for Gatland to point out what a git Farrell can be. Jones pointed out what a git AWJ can be.

Building nicely now
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Plato'sCave wrote:
cubby boi wrote:Anyone got that gif of Scott Williams man handling Lawes, stripping the ball off him and running in for the match winning try in Twickers?
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Now do the one of Williams getting burned by a backrower
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JM2K6 wrote:
Plato'sCave wrote:
cubby boi wrote:Anyone got that gif of Scott Williams man handling Lawes, stripping the ball off him and running in for the match winning try in Twickers?
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Now do the one of Williams getting burned by a backrower
Who and when was that?
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ovalball wrote:
Miguel Indurain wrote:I'm looking forward to this match. After Ireland/England, this is my favourite fixture in every 6N's championship.

C'mon Wales (sorry Granny, but I can't shout for the country of your birth).
Ungrateful little wretch - after all she's done for you and you can't do such a tiny, little, simple thing for her - you'll regret it when she's gone.
Yes me too, it as all the ingredients for a great game. The spite should be good too. We’ll get a lot of mind games from both coaches as well which will be fun.
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JM2K6 wrote:
Plato'sCave wrote:
cubby boi wrote:Anyone got that gif of Scott Williams man handling Lawes, stripping the ball off him and running in for the match winning try in Twickers?
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Now do the one of Williams getting burned by a backrower
Look I know his skills seem magical but it isn't down to witchcraft.
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Mick Mannock wrote:
happyhooker wrote:I can only presume Owen Farrell is going to be a late withdrawal, otherwise Eddie doesn't have a leg to stand on.
It is for Gatland to point out what a git Farrell can be. Jones pointed out what a git AWJ can be.

Building nicely now
But even with my best England rose cûnted spectacles on, I recognise that Farrell's a twat.

AWJ, not so much.

But...... If I were Eddie, I'd be doing the same thing.
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Owen Farrell takes kick penalties to touch around 10 metres ahead of the mark almost every time. Hope Garces is aware of this
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Mick Mannock wrote:
JM2K6 wrote:
Plato'sCave wrote:
cubby boi wrote:Anyone got that gif of Scott Williams man handling Lawes, stripping the ball off him and running in for the match winning try in Twickers?
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Now do the one of Williams getting burned by a backrower
Who and when was that?
Jack Clifford in the May game last year, or maybe the year before. He opened his arse cheeks and sprayed a ton of dirra rirra on Williams. And Clifford had a pulled hamstring at the time.
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fatcat wrote:
Mick Mannock wrote:
JM2K6 wrote:
Plato'sCave wrote:
cubby boi wrote:Anyone got that gif of Scott Williams man handling Lawes, stripping the ball off him and running in for the match winning try in Twickers?
Image
Now do the one of Williams getting burned by a backrower
Who and when was that?
Jack Clifford in the May game last year, or maybe the year before. He opened his arse cheeks and sprayed a ton of dirra rirra on Williams. And Clifford had a pulled hamstring at the time.
Memorable then.
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MaccTaff wrote:
Memorable then.
Well who the hell can remember each time Scott Williams was running through treacle. :o
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Any chance of something more concise?
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MaccTaff wrote:Any chance of something more concise?
Huh?
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fatcat wrote:
MaccTaff wrote:Any chance of something more concise?
Huh?
Erm well like a gif, rather than a 6 minute YouTube video.
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MaccTaff wrote:
fatcat wrote:
MaccTaff wrote:Any chance of something more concise?
Huh?
Erm well like a gif, rather than a 6 minute YouTube video.
Well if you click on the link and wait less than one second it will jump to 3:12 and the moment of the try, as indicated in the text of the link. You pleb.
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Ha, I'd forgotten about Biggar and AWJ gobbing off to the ref after the decision. Chavs.
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Jesus, it's not hard to see why England won 27-13 x(
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fatcat wrote:
MaccTaff wrote:
fatcat wrote:
MaccTaff wrote:Any chance of something more concise?
Huh?
Erm well like a gif, rather than a 6 minute YouTube video.
Well if you click on the link and wait less than one second it will jump to 3:12 and the moment of the try, as indicated in the text of the link. You pleb.
Ah sorry - gotcha. It only jumped to that bit on the YouTube App, not via website link :thumbup:

Nonetheless, you’re right! How fùckng slow Scott Williams?

Still, it’s, well, it’s not quite the same as a Triple Crown (soon to be Grand Slam) winning try. At Twickenham. With 5 minute to go. Is it?
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fatcat wrote:
Mick Mannock wrote:
JM2K6 wrote:
Plato'sCave wrote:
cubby boi wrote:Anyone got that gif of Scott Williams man handling Lawes, stripping the ball off him and running in for the match winning try in Twickers?
Image
Now do the one of Williams getting burned by a backrower
Who and when was that?
Jack Clifford in the May game last year, or maybe the year before. He opened his arse cheeks and sprayed a ton of dirra rirra on Williams. And Clifford had a pulled hamstring at the time.
There was a May game?
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MaccTaff wrote:
ovalball wrote:Eddie having a little pop at Alun Wyn Jones - suggesting he needs to respect the referee and stop acting like a footballer.

https://www.rte.ie/sport/rugby/2018/020 ... complaint/
Oh, and what a fùcking snitch.
Eddies gone the full Gatland! Taking swipes at random opposition players. :lol:

He'll be having a go our kitman by tomorrow.

I don't know why coaches bother with this sort of thing. If AWJ or Patchell go on to have stormers, he's going to look like a dick.
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Right, I’m knackered and off to bed.

Could someone keep the home fires burning please :thumbup:
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MaccTaff wrote:Right, I’m knackered and off to bed.

Could someone keep the home fires burning please :thumbup:
I'm on the night shift :thumbup:
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MaccTaff wrote:Right, I’m knackered and off to bed.

Could someone keep the home fires burning please :thumbup:
Actually, just seen biggar and awj's attitude to the ref after the Clifford try.

I take it back, Farrell is a saint in comparison
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New guy wrote:
There was a May game?
Well it was in a month anyway.
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