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Discussion in 'Sports' started by NaasPreacher (C4K), Feb 14, 2004.
Its almost time for the kick-off of a brand new 6 Nations season! Up the Irish!
Up the Irish? You may want to rethink that phrase on an American Board!! That would be a slur, here. Not kidding.
But with my Welsh blood, the "up the Irish" works for me here in the USA!
Whoops! I forgot - really. Cn you edit that to something like "Go Ireland" for me?
First day results -
France 35 - Ireland 17
Wales 23 - Scotland 10
England 50 - Italy 9
Another weekend of Six nations rugby tomorrow and Sunday.
Scotland v England
France v Italy
Sunday Ireland v Wales!
Rugby? Why even bother Everyone knows that a real mans game is Aussie Rules Football!!!
Actually "Christ4Kildare" you should be watching Gaelic Football, the next best thing to Aussie Rules!
I do watch Galeic when my county is playing and love the international rules when they play against the Aussie sides in the international rules.
But, Gaelic season is in its early stages so I am rugby mad at the moment. After all the BEST rugby is played in the 6 nations competition!
No sour grapes after the World Cup, is there Ben ?
Probably a little.
Yet what most people are not aware of is that Rugby is only played in 2 states in Australia even then it is divided there between Union and League. To be brutally honest, New Zealand are better at Rugny Union than we are. But then it is their national game wheras ours is Aussie Rules.
This weekends results
France 25- Italy 0
England 35 - Scotland 13
Ireland 36 - Wales 15!
My Welsh heart is bleeding. Where are the onion eaters of good King Hank?
And Wales looked so good against Scotland last week.
For you Dr Bob
No 6 nations this weekend - it is an off weekend.
Ireland at England
Sctoland v Italy
Wales v France
Italy 20 - Scotland 14
England 13 - IRELAND 19
Wales 22 - France 29
Boring weekend - no 6 nations .
Ireland v Italy
England v Wales
France v Scotland
Ireland 19 - Italy 3
Next today - England v Wales
England 31 - Wales 21
Hooray Ireland - Ireland 37- Scotland 16 to win the Triple Crown signifying champions of the British Isles!