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PostPosted: Sat Feb 03, 2007 8:40 pm 
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England 42-20 Scotland

Good start for England (against Scotland) in the six nations this year (makes a change...the last 15 months have been dreadful).
The come-back kids made all the difference in the Calcutta Cup.

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England 42-20 Scotland

Good start for England (against Scotland) in the six nations this year (makes a change...the last 15 months have been dreadful).
The come-back kids made all the difference in the Calcutta Cup.


Nice to see England win something for a change. Not my sport though!

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Hobo wrote:
24db wrote:
England 42-20 Scotland

Good start for England (against Scotland) in the six nations this year (makes a change...the last 15 months have been dreadful).
The come-back kids made all the difference in the Calcutta Cup.


Nice to see England win something for a change. Not my sport though!


Darts? ;)

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 Post subject: Re: Sport
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24db wrote:
England 42-20 Scotland

Good start for England (against Scotland) in the six nations this year (makes a change...the last 15 months have been dreadful).
The come-back kids made all the difference in the Calcutta Cup.


Good start for England :shock: Nah!!!! Bad start for Ecosse :wink:


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sparrow wrote:
24db wrote:
England 42-20 Scotland

Good start for England (against Scotland) in the six nations this year (makes a change...the last 15 months have been dreadful).
The come-back kids made all the difference in the Calcutta Cup.


Good start for England :shock: Nah!!!! Bad start for Ecosse :wink:


Ah I see, anyway...I'll be supporting Scotland against Wales and Ireland ;)

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 Post subject: Re: Sport
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Hobo wrote:
24db wrote:
England 42-20 Scotland

Good start for England (against Scotland) in the six nations this year (makes a change...the last 15 months have been dreadful).
The come-back kids made all the difference in the Calcutta Cup.


Nice to see England win something for a change. Not my sport though!

I'm not a fan of Rugby either. Used to play at school but hated every minute. This put me at odds with my Dad who used to play for Edinburgh University and was apparently pretty good.

I remember once being beaten up by my own team because I was the only player not to have a major injury during a game. Still it was a small price to pay to get a season in the cricket team.


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PostPosted: Sat Feb 03, 2007 9:33 pm 
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24db wrote:
Hobo wrote:
24db wrote:
England 42-20 Scotland

Good start for England (against Scotland) in the six nations this year (makes a change...the last 15 months have been dreadful).
The come-back kids made all the difference in the Calcutta Cup.


Nice to see England win something for a change. Not my sport though!


Darts? ;)


Now your talking. Sport with a pint, it's genius!

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Hobo wrote:
24db wrote:
Hobo wrote:
24db wrote:
England 42-20 Scotland

Good start for England (against Scotland) in the six nations this year (makes a change...the last 15 months have been dreadful).
The come-back kids made all the difference in the Calcutta Cup.


Nice to see England win something for a change. Not my sport though!


Darts? ;)


Now your talking. Sport with a pint, it's genius!


Come to think of it, sod the sport...mine's a pint! :D

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Chris Monk wrote:
Hobo wrote:
24db wrote:
England 42-20 Scotland

Good start for England (against Scotland) in the six nations this year (makes a change...the last 15 months have been dreadful).
The come-back kids made all the difference in the Calcutta Cup.


Nice to see England win something for a change. Not my sport though!

I'm not a fan of Rugby either. Used to play at school but hated every minute. This put me at odds with my Dad who used to play for Edinburgh University and was apparently pretty good.

I remember once being beaten up by my own team because I was the only player not to have a major injury during a game. Still it was a small price to pay to get a season in the cricket team.


I have a friend who went straight into Millfield School's second team on reputation alone. After a couple of weeks, it was evident that he was worthy of the first team and he was invited to join. He stayed in the 2nd's though, as the initiation for the 1st team involved being buggered with the linesman's flag, by the rest of the squad. :shock:

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Hobo wrote:
Chris Monk wrote:
Hobo wrote:
24db wrote:
England 42-20 Scotland

Good start for England (against Scotland) in the six nations this year (makes a change...the last 15 months have been dreadful).
The come-back kids made all the difference in the Calcutta Cup.


Nice to see England win something for a change. Not my sport though!

I'm not a fan of Rugby either. Used to play at school but hated every minute. This put me at odds with my Dad who used to play for Edinburgh University and was apparently pretty good.

I remember once being beaten up by my own team because I was the only player not to have a major injury during a game. Still it was a small price to pay to get a season in the cricket team.


I have a friend who went straight into Millfield School's second team on reputation alone. After a couple of weeks, it was evident that he was worthy of the first team and he was invited to join. He stayed in the 2nd's though, as the initiation for the 1st team involved being buggered with the linesman's flag, by the rest of the squad. :shock:


...and they say that a first class education doesn't prepare you for later life ;)
Ah happy days at Eton ;) :P

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I saw in Greek TV: The Italian Football Federation (FIGC) has suspended all matches indefinitely after a policeman was killed at a Serie A match between Catania and Palermo. Violence could halt Italian games. Italy to tackle football violence.
Ohh......my God :shock: :shock: :shock:

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24db wrote:
Hobo wrote:
Chris Monk wrote:
Hobo wrote:
24db wrote:
England 42-20 Scotland

Good start for England (against Scotland) in the six nations this year (makes a change...the last 15 months have been dreadful).
The come-back kids made all the difference in the Calcutta Cup.


Nice to see England win something for a change. Not my sport though!

I'm not a fan of Rugby either. Used to play at school but hated every minute. This put me at odds with my Dad who used to play for Edinburgh University and was apparently pretty good.

I remember once being beaten up by my own team because I was the only player not to have a major injury during a game. Still it was a small price to pay to get a season in the cricket team.


I have a friend who went straight into Millfield School's second team on reputation alone. After a couple of weeks, it was evident that he was worthy of the first team and he was invited to join. He stayed in the 2nd's though, as the initiation for the 1st team involved being buggered with the linesman's flag, by the rest of the squad. :shock:


...and they say that a first class education doesn't prepare you for later life ;)
Ah happy days at Eton ;) :P


:lol: How do these "rituals" even start? "C'mon lads we need an initiation ceremony". Hours later and the best these public school half-wits can come up with.....

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I saw in Greek TV: The Italian Football Federation (FIGC) has suspended all matches indefinitely after a policeman was killed at a Serie A match between Catania and Palermo. Violence could halt Italian games. Italy to tackle football violence.
Ohh......my God :shock: :shock: :shock:


Bribery scandals, violence and hooliganism, Italian football's darkest hour and yet they're still World Champions. What does that say about the rest?

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Hobo wrote:
batman wrote:
I saw in Greek TV: The Italian Football Federation (FIGC) has suspended all matches indefinitely after a policeman was killed at a Serie A match between Catania and Palermo. Violence could halt Italian games. Italy to tackle football violence.
Ohh......my God :shock: :shock: :shock:


Bribery scandals, violence and hooliganism, Italian football's darkest hour and yet they're still World Champions. What does that say about the rest?

Yoy have right Mick.

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i follow my local Football team. I love going to the matches. It's a bloody cold stand at this time of year . Theres no Pies on sale anymore either.


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