Rugby A Game For Gentlemen


#401

Was a wonderful finish eh?


#402

Tidy.

:sheep::dragon_face::beers:


#403

Jesus what an ending to the Ireland France match


#404

Shame about the first 70 minutes!


#405

The conditions will have made things difficult…


#406

Piss poor game, Ireland should have taken them apart, the most inexperienced team France have fielded ever


#407

England have a odd side out, don’t agree with the choices at 6, 10, 12 and 13. A propper back row player should have been selected not a gangly second row. He is fast for a second row but slow for a 6. Having a slow 6/7 is not great, they will probably get away with it against Italy, but not Ireland or Wales.

Ford needs to be dropped, he’s been pants lately. Farrell as a poor 12 needs to play 10 and then a propper 12 at 12 and JJ at 13, maybe T’eo at 12. How Hartley is not on the bench god only knows. He’s second best at Saints let alone England.


#408

Wait and see.
Eddie gets to watch a lot more than we do and he’s no fool.

I’m still not convinced by Ford either.


#409

Textbook.

Wonderful hands


#410

Simple as you like.

Lovely start


#411

I think that knee looks done for. Hope it’s not a year out…


#412

Another good try. Such pace from May and Watson


#413

Quote about my son’s current team, made me laugh.

“Loughborough Students looked like a series of front covers of Mens Health magazine in rugby kit”


#414

Pretty much any half decent team these days since it all went professional.
The time of beer bellies and fags has long since gone.


#415

Why are England kicking it away again.


#416

Enjoying watching the Wales side put the sweatties to the sword. The Scotch have a simply awful back row set of forwards.


#417

Nat 1 standard of tries, my son scores the second one (he plays at 12), he has scored exactly that try three times this season.


#418

I take it he gets his athleticism from his mothers side.:wink:


#419

Probably…


#420

Well, that was awful to watch. Hoping the England game will be better.

Halfpenny out for Wales