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Old 11 March 2007, 18:04   #11
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This would be a good time for us to thank England for their match results today with France.

So there is a little for everyone in this 6 nations,

Not sure that it will reflet in World Cup. ENgland look like hey can get their act together for the World Cup.

Roll on Summer.
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Cmon Downhilldai,

Wales played very well and have great talent. I am expecting great things in World Cup from Wales.

Whatever happened to Gavin Henson,
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Patches were good, but in general, they were poor - aimless kicking and an attacking line that was just too flat. They have been left behind as other nations have moved forward and I'm dreading the RWC.
Gavin who??? I think the boy Hook has taken over the inside centre spot.
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Patches were good, but in general, they were poor - aimless kicking and an attacking line that was just too flat. They have been left behind as other nations have moved forward and I'm dreading the RWC.
Gavin who??? I think the boy Hook has taken over the inside centre spot.
Gav's trouble was that he never could quite live up to the hype. After the dream debut it was always going to be hard. Daft hair and equally daft girlfriend haven't helped either. Wales don't lack talent, they just lack a solid basic game plan that they can stick to and work on.
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I reckon ballsing the whole thing up would be preferable to being pipped by the Aussies in the final. Us or the Windies to win would be good.
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. Daft hair and equally daft girlfriend haven't helped either.
Daft book too....
But like the hair and girlfriend, it's all been a good earner for him.
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So predictions of the score this coming saturday at 1730hrs then?

18-15 I reckon.

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So predictions of the score this coming saturday at 1730hrs then?

18-15 I reckon.

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A close one would be great. I fear it may be a little one-sided.
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Roll on the cricket. At least you can't come last in that.

Well Mollers Is the bet still on for the world cup, ENgland to beat Ireland???.
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