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Brycy

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SA top there pool on day one...
December 08, 2012, 20:10:52

...pretty quiet around here considering SA is doing so well in the Sevens...where's all the home support???...beating Samoa, France and Australia is no mean feat...watchout for Portugal though this time...haha..


clevermike

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RE: SA top there pool on day one...
December 08, 2012, 22:48:10

Brycy

Everyone should worry about Portugal - looks like they have a very useful squad for Sevens.   Our next opponent is the United States - that should not be much of a problem.

Was actually warching a Heineken Cuo match between Munster and Saracens.   Farrell did not miss a penalty kick last week in the test - today he missed 4 kicks at goal,   Munster still won,    


Brycy

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RE: SA top there pool on day one...
December 08, 2012, 23:01:12

...thought you were gunna say we're not interested in rugby sevens or rugby league ...just rugby lol...they're all the same to us and all the the skills transcend the codes so we follow them all...but SA is looking good at the moment at home and it's anyones tournament for the taking..i won't wish you good luck though cause luck is for losers...


clevermike

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RE: SA top there pool on day one...
December 09, 2012, 03:26:43

Brycy

Wrong - I watched all the 7's games and then swtched over to the  Heineken Cup game.  Just delayed my comments - nothing else.  


sasuke uchiha

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RE: SA top there pool on day one...
December 09, 2012, 16:37:23

ur a crack up brycy, :oP

i wtached that munster game too mikey, i was thinking would have been nice for him to miss those kicks against us, but thats rugby life, :oP

7s is pretty ho hum, but with no other NZ rugby at the moment i guess beggars cant be choosers.
fiji look to be our biggest hurdle followed closely by SA who are always strong at home.

interesting though, NZ u20s team lost to the SA u20s team & the All Blacks destroyed the Boks in sowetto, so a final match up between the AB7s & blitzboks would be a nice way to end the tiebreaker at the moment between the great rugby rivalry with NZ & SA.


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