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kip
22 Aug 2009

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Posted Sat 09 Jun 2012 19:57

should be intersting - especially in the forwards
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22 Aug 2009

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Posted Sat 09 Jun 2012 20:10

Australia starting well
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kip
22 Aug 2009

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Posted Sat 09 Jun 2012 20:13
Barnes penalty

Australia 3 Wales 0
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kip
22 Aug 2009

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Posted Sat 09 Jun 2012 20:22

TRY TRY TRY

Wallabies

Australia 10 Wales 0

Wales haven't started yet!!!!


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22 Aug 2009

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Posted Sat 09 Jun 2012 20:49

HALF TIME

australia 10 wales 3

Wallabies look the better side.  Wales can't get through the Wallaby defence


so far !!!!!!


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22 Aug 2009

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Posted Sat 09 Jun 2012 21:11

Australia 20 Wales 6

Australia are much sharper

I suspect wales are under cooked

A different Wales next week after the Brumbies game

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Posted Sat 09 Jun 2012 21:21

Cuthbert goes in

20 - 16

GAME ON
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kip
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Posted Sat 09 Jun 2012 21:27

20 - 19

Come on wales
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kip
22 Aug 2009

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Posted Sat 09 Jun 2012 21:30
27 - 19


Great try Oz
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kip
22 Aug 2009

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Posted Sat 09 Jun 2012 21:44

FINAL SCORE

Wales will be better next week

well played Wallabies


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kip
22 Aug 2009

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Posted Sat 16 Jun 2012 19:59

Come on Wales

Stuff the Aussies
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Posted Mon 18 Jun 2012 12:35
Kip, I was there and that game was arduous to watch. The breakdown was so slow (from both sides) the players were growing cobwebs. 

I have no idea why people are saying it was a great game to watch. Neither side had direction and both lacked any sort of game plan other than to stop the other side from attacking. 

Hopefully we will pick Beale this week and chuck him in at 10. Otherwise it will be another snooze fest.

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Grist
28 May 2010

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Posted Mon 18 Jun 2012 19:28
Huh - what the heck is going on here?
It is one big bloody mess. Where is Darth Vader?
I cannot leave, as it is just a pathetic shambles when I get back.
Who is responsible -  a Wallaby?
I have never been so glad to come across posts from Kip - even Ado.
The place is desolate, total absence of any intelligent life.
I am going mad - the only survivor of a meteor hit?
Hell, the Springboks are dynamite! The stadium was packed to the rafters with 60,000.
In Melbourne there were more empty seats than people watching the Wallabies - and that in 'the city of sport'. Ha
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Posted Wed 20 Jun 2012 10:29
"In Melbourne there were more empty seats than people watching the Wallabies - and that in 'the city of sport'. 

That's because we have large stadiums Grist. In fact, in this wonderful city of ours we have a couple of fabulous 80,000 seat stadiums, a couple that will cope with 30,000 and more than a few that will handle with 20,000 plus.

Which of course is very different to South Africa where there isn't a single city that can offer such a selection. Nor can they offer the quality of stadium. Nor the wonderful lifestyle.

You can however go to a game of rugby in J'burg and still get mugged, car jacked  or better still, shot.

I doesn't really matter what quality of rugby your country plays Grist, the joint is still a shithole. 

Have a wonderful, safe day. Which you probably will, because you reside here. 

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Grist
28 May 2010

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Posted Thu 21 Jun 2012 14:38
Ado, really great to have such stadiums in Melbourne. Just a pity you cannot get bums on the seats. The game between Wallabies and Wales was an embarresment. How many spectators attended - 20,000? Did any of those that attended know any rugby rules?

All Australian Super teams are close to bankcruptcy. The ARU is bankcrupt. Australia is the only SH country to have been forced to cap player salaries, because they are bankrupt due to hideous mismanagement of the game.

South Africa generates two-thirds of SANZAR income. The other third is generated by Nz and Oz together. How pathetic. If you are less arrogant, you can learn the basics of how a business has to be run by looking at third world countries like South Africa. SARU is doing a marvellous job of running a profitable rugby enterprise that financially does not have its equal in world rugby.

If that 'shithole' place generates two-thirds of SANZAR income, what do you call Australia who only generates one-sixth!

Enjoy your bankrupt stadiums in Melbourne. I, for one, shall rather take the money. Just remember that without what you call that 'shithole', there will be no Super or Wallaby rugby in Australia. Go Springboks !!!!
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kip
22 Aug 2009

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Posted Sat 23 Jun 2012 15:05

Here we go

GO WALES


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Posted Sat 23 Jun 2012 15:25

Referee is killing the game

Crazy penalty count after 20 mins


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22 Aug 2009

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Posted Sat 23 Jun 2012 15:31
Referee thinks everyone has come to watch him blow the whistle

This is crazy


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22 Aug 2009

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Posted Sat 23 Jun 2012 15:49
HALF TIME

Australia 12 Wales 9

Just seem to have been watching the referee blow his whistle so far

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22 Aug 2009

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Posted Sat 23 Jun 2012 16:43

The referee did Wales no favours

However 3 - 0 whitewash

Well played Australia

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Grist
28 May 2010

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Posted Sat 23 Jun 2012 20:22
Hi Kip, Sorry about the loss to Wales, but they came out of it with respect intact. Wales should have won last week and they could have won today. Lost both games with one point.

The Wobblies were useless as ever. Unconvincing wins in their own backyard. Boring and substandard compared to previous Wallaby teams. When will Deans head for the back door? Not that it will help much. Even with South Africa funding the salaries of the Wallabies, they played as embarrasing game of rugby. The Wobbly scrum was humiliated as usual - but everybody accepts that by now. At least the stadium in Sydney was full - not the desolated fiasco that happened in Melbourne last week.  
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Posted Sun 24 Jun 2012 02:03

You think that is unconvincing, Grist? If you think you convinced anyone in your two performances against England so far then you're deluded. Wallabies have been crappy, but I'd actually say SA have been if not worse, just as bad.
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Grist
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Posted Sun 24 Jun 2012 21:29
Well Gibbs - Wallabies started by losing against Scotland. They lost convincingly. Then they won against Wales - by only one point in each test in their own backyard. Do you call that convincing? The way the Wallabies are playing, they deserve to have the ARU salary cap imposed on them.

In comparison the SBs won their first two tests against a very good English team with a comfortable margin. Forget about the last test - dead rubber. In fact the SBs have not played this well in a long time. With an excellent new couch and limitless supply of star players, they will only improve.
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