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Impressive young Irishman called Curtis Campher Has got back to back 50s.
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terryfinch wrote:Impressive young Irishman called Curtis Campher Has got back to back 50s.
:frown:
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sorCrer wrote:
terryfinch wrote:Impressive young Irishman called Curtis Campher Has got back to back 50s.
:frown:
:lol: :P
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Are we winning the quidditch?
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Is Campher a common enough South African surname? Reason I'm asking is the local coffee shop is owned by a South African family called Campher. Wondering if there's a connection...
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Despite a plucky rearguard action, Ireland got stuffed again. 8)
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Was wondering where Porterfield was, but then saw Stirling and realised he must have eaten him during lockdown.
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Get in you boys in green !

Olé, olé, olé olé............
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Some performance by Stirling and the captain
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They left it very late, though.
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This is a momentous day, I'm off to the pub....
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Mr. Very Popular wrote:This is a momentous day, I'm off to the pub....
For a substantial meal no doubt
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Did we beat hufflepuff?
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nardol wrote:Did we beat hufflepuff?
No,the good guys beat Slytherin.
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Highlights now BBC 2
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The fvcking ignominy :lol: :lol:

This is like Tipperary losing the hurling to rushden & diamonds
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Worst World Champions ever.
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My betting account let me bet on the first two tests (just a few quid) and although I lost those I felt good about Ireland this time* and was going to put £20 on them - "Our software has detected you are trying to access our site from a country we can not take bets from". Barstewards VPN detector kicked in at exactly the wrong time.

On a plus side that Saffer looked good in the previous knock arounds and the Trector lad (or whatever his name is) held his nerve well for a 20 yr old, especially as he was a bit bamboozled and frustrated early on.







*weakened England side and Ireland had been underperforming and were desperate
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What were the bookies "odds" ?
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Glaston wrote:What were the bookies "odds" ?
Ireland were about 8/1 in the first two but I have no idea for the last one. Could have been shorter due to Englands weakened team or longer due to Ireland's abysmal performances before.



*edit* and I'n not paying for a new VPN to lose money gambling, in order to find out!
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How many goals did we win by?
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We lapped them HR
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I was disappointed at the lack of horses. I was expecting far more horses.

The mallets looked completely different to what I was expecting also.
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I bet the refs weren’t the best in the first two kick offs.
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I see Anon is surprisingly anon
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