Six Nations 2013

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Re: Six Nations 2013

Post by Taff » Mon Mar 18, 2013 2:27 am

Sorry I missed the start of this. It finished much as I predicted except for France being lower down the order. Ireland disappointed also. As much as I respect you guys the only contributor who made sense was Bulldog, the rest of you are away with the fairies with your predictions and synopsis.

Also, and you need to understand this to get a true perspective of English rugby, consider the following printed in the Independent, with a similar vein in other English papers:-

Wales thrash England 30-3, and dismantle the English pack. Or as the English press spin it, 'Robshaw for Lions captain'. Ridiculous.
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Re: Six Nations 2013

Post by Mac McNulty » Mon Mar 18, 2013 10:24 am

Dave and the late coming (was that a tactical decision) Taff,

I hold my hands up completed shocked by the result; England out played, out thought and out classed!

However, I thought it was a cracking game particularly the first half I have not worked out the result of the little wager but I would suggest that it is me again putting the twenty spot into the Arc coffers!

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Re: Six Nations 2013

Post by Bulldog » Mon Mar 18, 2013 2:05 pm

Enjoy Life

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Re: Six Nations 2013

Post by Mac McNulty » Mon Mar 18, 2013 3:10 pm

Cannot remember you looking anything like that!!

Now I know why I never did like training

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Re: Six Nations 2013

Post by Mac McNulty » Fri Mar 22, 2013 4:21 pm

Hi Fellas,

I am going to own up and say I cannot be arsed sorting the result out from our little wager (if somebody wants to be my guest).

The most I can hope for is one point so to that end I will put the £20 into the Arc coffers as the very unlucky loser!

Thanks for taking part and as this is the 2nd year running I have lost perhaps 3rd time lucky next season.

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Re: Six Nations 2013

Post by dusty » Mon Jun 24, 2013 4:15 pm

Hi Phil,

I played for Mitchem for just over a year when I came out, I was living in carshalton then Phil.

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Re: Six Nations 2013

Post by Phil(Quassie)Baldwin » Tue Jun 25, 2013 6:08 am

Hi Dusty
I thought so My 2 eldest started playing for them back in 92 aged 10 & 12. Damien who run the youth side mentioned you when he found out I was in the army. Mike still turns out for them. The club have moved from the hospital grounds to Poulters park.
Phil

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