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ron evans10/03/2019 17:20:01
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Well, England dominant yesterday and Ireland dominant today'

Wales blew hot and cold against Scotland, so I don't fancy their chances against the green next week, even in Cardiff.

All down to bonus points?

john stones 110/03/2019 17:28:20
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I don't know what to make of Irelands game today, still doesn't seem to be that fizz to them, Wales will be a much harder prospect.

Nicely set up though, 3 Countries with all to play for. smileyrose

Peter Jenkins10/03/2019 18:21:48
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One mustn't forget that Scotland have a great track record of upsetting England - you only have to look at last year. Never write Scotland off when playing against England I say.

Don Fry10/03/2019 20:01:53
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Posted by Peter Jenkins on 10/03/2019 18:21:48:

One mustn't forget that Scotland have a great track record of upsetting England - you only have to look at last year. Never write Scotland off when playing against England I say.

Rightly said. Dangerous.

Re Ireland, in the first half, why scorn three kicks, when eventually you get a try, and perhaps a conversion. And that costs you (ex forward), wobbly legs. The kicks don't even get anyone out of breath.

And at the end, everyone knackered, the French, not bowed in respect to them, strike back. Rule one, sporting code, when your opponent is down, stick the boot in, he does not get up.

Ireland are good. They demolish good sides. Where was the basics of strategy today. It's all very good to think you are a lot better than this current French side. But first you have to persuade them, you have a point.

Great spectacle mind.

Edited By Don Fry on 10/03/2019 20:03:11

Don Fry10/03/2019 20:18:22
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Exited double digit tremble.

Edited By Don Fry on 10/03/2019 20:19:53

Braddock, VC10/03/2019 20:29:45
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Posted by Peter Jenkins on 10/03/2019 18:21:48:

One mustn't forget that Scotland have a great track record of upsetting England - you only have to look at last year. Never write Scotland off when playing against England I say.

Not at HQ they don't.

john stones 115/03/2019 18:55:28
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Big day tomorrow then. face 1

Bit sad that they don't play at the same time.

Wales v Ireland. I fancy the Welsh to win it, be cheering for the Irish though.

England v Scotland. Be pretty pointless if Wales have already won, final weeks games should be at the same time. Bonus point win for England. rose

C'mon the Irish/English.

Peter Jenkins16/03/2019 00:24:55
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I can't see the Irish accepting a second defect. Mind you, the Welsh are unbeaten for 12 (is it?) games so will be up for it and will have home advantage.

Don Fry16/03/2019 06:22:39
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I still haven't grown up, and still seek second hand vengeance. Lidl had Guinness in yesterday (SW FRANCE MIND), so I bought some. Don't even like it that much.

ron evans16/03/2019 08:55:42
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Winds gusting up to 50 mph here in the valleys, with heavy rain coming in too frown

With the roof open in Cardiff I hope it doesn't turn into a muddy forward scrap that would give Ireland the edge.

Don't like Guinness crook

Don Fry16/03/2019 13:58:55
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I agree Ron, but I'm doing beef cobbler next week, some can go in there, and I have waifs and strays coming to watch, so it will go I suspect.

Don Fry16/03/2019 16:36:20
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Mouth filled with ash, I say, made Ireland look very ordinary.

ron evans16/03/2019 16:44:26
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Great win and Grand Slam....fierce defense to the end.

We had the rub of the green but the green was wet and Wales handled it much better...to my surprise.

Should have had the roof shut smileythumbs up

ron evans16/03/2019 16:49:49
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Don, a pint of Guinness will wash down that ashwink

Don Fry16/03/2019 16:50:28
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I've got to say Ron, it's a bit bizarre, it's raining, you have a roof, nah, let's get wet.

Well done again.

ron evans16/03/2019 17:08:44
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An odd fact to emerge about Ireland is that the anthem they now sing was written by one of the Bay City Rollers surprise.

cymaz16/03/2019 17:35:26
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Scotland are being torn apart indecision

ron evans16/03/2019 17:37:32
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Going to be a long afternoon for Scotland.

cymaz16/03/2019 18:20:22
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Not any more....game on.

cymaz16/03/2019 18:46:02
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Big England fan but what a Scotland comeback. Utterly brilliant

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