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Old 29 November 2008, 14:24   #1
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Wales 21 Australia 18

Great game-Don't you think so Jeff?

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Old 29 November 2008, 16:24   #2
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Oh god please let me be reading this in a dream

No, I think it really did happen, there's about 30 text messages on my mobile confirming it! All from a Mr R.andski.

OK praise where it's due, great result and that first Welsh try, WOW

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Yep - not many tries scored by home teams today....
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Didn't see any of it. I couldn't sit and watch another cricket score. Johno has to roll his sleeves up and show his managerial mettle now, if he has any.
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Losing Mortlock so early hurt the Wallabies big time. They missed his power, particularly in the second half. Waugh is washed up and not worth his place in the side ahead of George Smith, never mind as stand in skipper.

Ryan Cross looks better with every game and deserves his selection ahead of Barnes. Ex RL player and has been hugely impressive in the Super 14 this year.

Lewis is a muppet of a referee and had a shocker for the AB/Wallabies game in Hong Kong last month, when he made some bad decisions and exacerbated the situation by becoming petulant. Yesterday the award of the final penalty to Wales was simply wrong and decided the match.

Having said that, fitness levels for Wales are now superb and Byrne and Powell both had outstanding games.

Wallabies still haven't got a plan B for kicking from deep. They were badly exposed by the ABs and to a lesser extent by Wales yesterday. Deans is a very smart coach and this will be high on his agenda for the summer.

Should be a great Barbarians game
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Originally Posted by Bittentobuggery View Post
Should be a great Barbarians game

I should think SO

No worries Lewis is a Welsh name isn't it!

Did you see the thunderous faces of the Welsh coaches when the guys were going in at half time, They team were gonna get it and they were in the lead!

From my purely patrotic and obviously biased point of view, I thought we defended with brillant determination and never looked like we were an inferior team. Shame our kicker was having a bad day really!

We are definitely going through a purple patch at the moment which I hope it lasts as long as the previous one did, i personally think it will go pear shaped very quickly if we lose Sean Edwards.

I do miss you being here buddy, I dare say you can imagine how this feeling intensifies at times like these. I particularly enjoyed the English result BTW.

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