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kip
22 Aug 2009

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Posted Sat 16 Jun 2012 18:00

ABs 3 Ireland 10

Good shot by Carter
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kip
22 Aug 2009

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Posted Sat 16 Jun 2012 18:08
ABs 6 Ireland 10

Irish are harrasing ABs and dusrupting the game plan

But 2 silly penalties
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kip
22 Aug 2009

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Posted Sat 16 Jun 2012 18:12

ABs 9 Ireland 10

Another silly penalty

I guess caused by pressure
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kip
22 Aug 2009

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Posted Sat 16 Jun 2012 18:20

HALF TIME

Ireland lead !!!!
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kip
22 Aug 2009

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Posted Sat 16 Jun 2012 18:35

TRY TRY TRY

ABs crash over

ABs 16 Ireland 10
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kip
22 Aug 2009

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Posted Sat 16 Jun 2012 18:39

16 - 13

Still in the balance
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kip
22 Aug 2009

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Posted Sat 16 Jun 2012 18:48

O'Gara on for D'arcy

Could be a drop goal situation
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kip
22 Aug 2009

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Posted Sat 16 Jun 2012 18:59

ABs 19 Ireland 13
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kip
22 Aug 2009

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Posted Sat 16 Jun 2012 19:03

19 - 16

Come on Ireland
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kip
22 Aug 2009

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Posted Sat 16 Jun 2012 19:06
13 minutes left

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kip
22 Aug 2009

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Posted Sat 16 Jun 2012 19:09

ABs 19 Ireland 19

History to be made ????
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kip
22 Aug 2009

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Posted Sat 16 Jun 2012 19:13

Dagg yellow

Come on Ireland
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kip
22 Aug 2009

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Posted Sat 16 Jun 2012 19:21

Scrum on Irish line to ABs

Is this it ???



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kip
22 Aug 2009

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Posted Sat 16 Jun 2012 19:23

Carter drop

ABs win in last second

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Grist
28 May 2010

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Posted Mon 18 Jun 2012 19:35
Hi Kip - how are you doing pal. Long time no seen.
The Irish were huge! They bashed and battered those vain ABs. Poor McCaw looked heavily worked over with clear scratch marks around his swollen eyes. Ha Ha. Feed the bastard more of that I say if he prefers to play off side the whole game.
The ABs looked jaded - like cold beef soup you know.
Hell - the Springboks will  eat them for breakfast this year.
Whao! - here comes the men in emeral green. Go the Irish!
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kip
22 Aug 2009

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Posted Sat 23 Jun 2012 17:36

GO IRELAND
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kip
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Posted Sat 23 Jun 2012 17:44

Good opening start and try by ABs
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kip
22 Aug 2009

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Posted Sat 23 Jun 2012 17:49

Tremendous start by ABs

Ominous

14 - 0
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kip
22 Aug 2009

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Posted Sat 23 Jun 2012 17:57

21 -0 after 20 mins

commentator sums it up "Ireland look dejected"

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kip
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Posted Sat 23 Jun 2012 18:05

26 - 0

mmmmmm
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kip
22 Aug 2009

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Posted Sat 23 Jun 2012 18:22

HALF TIME

29 - nil

Yellow card decision dubious here against Kearney


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kip
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Posted Sat 23 Jun 2012 19:16

60 - nil

nuff said

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Grist
28 May 2010

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Posted Sat 23 Jun 2012 20:34
Ireland never showed up for this game. After their heartbreaking loss last week, they simply had nothing left. 

Nz looked good because Ireland allowed them to look good. The PI team (also called the All Blacks of Nz) took full advantage and posted a massive score in a one sided game that was never a true battle.

Looks like Dan is out again for this year - the usual story of a few games and then out for the rest of the year on the injury list. Surely one of the most unreliable performers in world rugby. Definitely the most expensive injury list player in the world.  

Before the AB supporters start bragging about their win, check this out. The Baby Boks won the under-20 World Championship by beating the All Blacks. The ABs won this the last 4 years, but the mighty Baby Boks put a stop to that this year.

Go Springboks - they are HUGE this year !!!
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Gibbs
09 Oct 2008

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Posted Sat 23 Jun 2012 21:25

Grist, I know you're just after bites. I usually still visit these boards, even with my absence. I'm sure you love rugby like the rest of us mate, but geez you say some outlandish things. The PI team argument is so old now. Name the players in our team tonight who were born in the PI? You do realise that guys like Kevy and Aaron Smith, just because they're dark skinned it doesn't mean they were born in the Islands? New Zealand born and bred. Now, if you wanna see some real poaching, go ask Kiwi Deans and Kiwi Gatland. Well, you're from South Africa aren't ya Grist? Go ask Kiwi Mitchell at the Lions. Idiot.

Dan is out for the year .. don't know where you got that from? Hes out but not for the year. Lol. Bit of wishful thinking Grissy.

Ireland didn't turn up - sure. I accept that. But look at it with both eyes open for once, we won very narrowly last week. It's ultimately a test of character. No Nonu, no Read, no Carter, debutants and newbies running about. Not a bad effort I'd say. As for the Springboks ... what do you mean they are huge this year? The SA Super 15 teams have been an utter joke, with the exception of the Stormers. And even the Stormers look VERY beatable at home. Very. But the national side - hmm, yep, they've been getting the job done on England. Good on em. Stupid thing is though, you tell us not to get excited but if SA posted 60 points you wouldn't let us hear the end of it.

But - yes. Well done on beating the Baby Blacks ;)
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Gibbs
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Posted Sat 23 Jun 2012 21:36

By the way, that was the biggest winning margin over Ireland since the early 90's. But y'know .. I guess that doesn't really matter in the world of Grist, haha.
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