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Rugby Union 10 years 10 months ago #1

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Did you nsee England the other night, what a complete shambles, come back whoever it was, all is forgiven. Switch to Rugby Union, even when we were bad at the last World Cup, we pulled up our sleeves and made the final by grit and determination, a bit like OUR football team, Witton. Pity the international team can't show the same commitment. They are to put it bluntly, overpaid and overated.
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Re: Rugby Union 10 years 10 months ago #2

Rugby - yawn id rather watch a bad england football match than a good england rugby match. ;)
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Thought so, Rugby is only for REAL men!!!
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Re: Rugby Union 10 years 10 months ago #4

Men or posh thugs !! not enough skill involved and too many stoppages - seen a few rugby games and never really enjoyed one of them.
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Only kidding CJ, each to his own.
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Re: Rugby Union 10 years 10 months ago #6

I know WHS, see you on Wed :)
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Re: Rugby Union 10 years 10 months ago #7

played rugby for a number of years in my more youthfull days,(14 until 25)my position was as Hooker.Quiet enjoyed me self to:)
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Re: Rugby Union 10 years 9 months ago #8

" Hooker " did u get many customers ? ;)

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Stop showing your ignorance eli, "Hooker"is an American term for a prostitute named after General Hooker whose army supposedly was followed around by many, we just call them "Tarts" or "Prozzies".
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Re: Rugby Union 10 years 9 months ago #10

No i did,nt eli, just kept getting knocked back,even tried being a prop but the washing line broke:laugh:
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After yesterday's performance we could do with a new prop, how are you fixed Steveie?
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Re: Rugby Union 10 years 9 months ago #12

Am well and truly past playing rugby now whs.even pick up injuries thinking about playing
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Just sweated blood watching Sale try to give away the game V Saracens, nearly as nerve wracking as watching Witton!!
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Re: Rugby Union 10 years 7 months ago #14

Watched some great games over the weekend and thought of WHS !

Wonder what he is up to - am really missing him on here ?

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I wanted to re-mortgage my house and put it on New Zealand to win the World Cup, I was only worried about France who are impossible to predict. It appears I was right but I am actually glad I didn't do it in the end as I would now be dead from a Heart Attack!!
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