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Re: Rugby World Cup 2015

Posted: Sun Oct 18, 2015 5:46 pm
by Saigon Slick
Every strawberry floating time.

Re: Rugby World Cup 2015

Posted: Sun Oct 18, 2015 5:47 pm
by Kanbei
Why the hell did Scotland hit that restart long?! Mental decision.

Re: Rugby World Cup 2015

Posted: Sun Oct 18, 2015 5:48 pm
by PCCD
That lineout :fp:

Still did better than the rest of Europe. :)

Re: Rugby World Cup 2015

Posted: Sun Oct 18, 2015 5:48 pm
by Irene Demova
I love how Joubert got offside calls wrong multiple times (offside from a chargedown, what the strawberry float!) but then he learns the rule just in time to strawberry float scotland :lol: :(

Re: Rugby World Cup 2015

Posted: Sun Oct 18, 2015 5:49 pm
by chalkitdown
Utter devastating. I don't know how I'd cope if Ireland lost like that.

Re: Rugby World Cup 2015

Posted: Sun Oct 18, 2015 5:53 pm
by PCCD
Fair point about Joubert and the TMO there

Re: Rugby World Cup 2015

Posted: Sun Oct 18, 2015 5:56 pm
by Kanbei
Should have been a scrum for accidental offside instead of a penalty for offside there. Seriously unlucky for Scotland.

Re: Rugby World Cup 2015

Posted: Sun Oct 18, 2015 5:57 pm
by Rocsteady
So just watched the analysis, apparently it wasn't a penalty anyway as it was an Aussie hand it bounced off of before it hit the Scottish guy and went forward a little? Entertaining game but that is gooseberry fool, would've been great to support Scotland in a semi-final.

Re: Rugby World Cup 2015

Posted: Sun Oct 18, 2015 6:00 pm
by Lotus
Great effort from Scotland. I didn't realise Australia didn't have Pocock and Falau. Southern Hemisphere dominant again. Arg-Aus should be a cracker.

Re: Rugby World Cup 2015

Posted: Sun Oct 18, 2015 6:08 pm
by still
Irene Demova wrote:
PCCD wrote:Still time for Joubert to ruin everything :dread:

There we go


Scotland were utterly robbed. It wasn't a penalty. Joubert really is an utter twat - he ruins games over and over again. How he is still an international referee I will never know.

Edit: Apparently Joubert ran off the pitch as fast as his little legs could carry him at the end. Knew damn well he had screwed up..... again.

Oh well, on to the (SH) semis. Cannot say that they weren't four great quarter finals - excellent rugby (virtually) all round.

Re: Rugby World Cup 2015

Posted: Sun Oct 18, 2015 8:19 pm
by PCCD
On the plus side, there's potentially only one more game Joubert can ruin for everyone.

Re: Rugby World Cup 2015

Posted: Mon Oct 19, 2015 5:05 am
by 1cmanny1
Damn Australians.

Re: Rugby World Cup 2015

Posted: Mon Oct 19, 2015 7:29 am
by Advent7
You've got to love the local Welsh news. When Wales beat England in the World Cup the news was first on and endless, WALES WALES WALES etc, today there's nothing mentioned yet and it's getting to the weather time :lol:

Haha they're now saying it was down to injury, got to love sore losers.

Re: Rugby World Cup 2015

Posted: Mon Oct 19, 2015 11:32 pm
by Curls
Ad7 wrote:You've got to love the local Welsh news. When Wales beat England in the World Cup the news was first on and endless, WALES WALES WALES etc, today there's nothing mentioned yet and it's getting to the weather time :lol:

Haha they're now saying it was down to injury, got to love sore losers.



It's been on the front page of the papers and on BBC Wales and ITV Wales as a top story yesterday....it's been two days remember. I think a sore loser would be someone who was still moaning about it in the papers for weeks to come wouldn't you agree? And also, we've had 2 other big rugby games to talk about as well. In fact this post alone makes you seem like a sore loser for bringing it up again when the World Cup is now over for both of our teams. Why do you live in Wales if you're gonna bitch bout being there all the time? I live in England but I don't complain about the locals, in fact, I try to make friends with them.

I wouldn't normally react so harshly to a bit of 'banter,' but I've seen you complain about Wales quite a few times over the years, and it's really tedious.

Re: Rugby World Cup 2015

Posted: Tue Oct 20, 2015 5:10 am
by 1cmanny1
Yeah Ad, god. Stop dissing Wales the few times you mentioned it over the last few years.

Re: Rugby World Cup 2015

Posted: Tue Oct 20, 2015 6:09 am
by Advent7
Bitch about living there all the time, strawberry floating hell :lol:

Re: Rugby World Cup 2015

Posted: Tue Oct 20, 2015 7:33 am
by Partridge Iciclebubbles
Curls, I wouldn't be too harsh on Ad7, he bitches and moans about everywhere and everything. :lol:

Ask him what it was like to live in Glastonbury when the festival was going on.... ;)

Re: Rugby World Cup 2015

Posted: Tue Oct 20, 2015 8:31 am
by Advent7
Curls wrote:It's been on the front page of the papers and on BBC Wales and ITV Wales as a top story yesterday....it's been two days remember. I think a sore loser would be someone who was still moaning about it in the papers for weeks to come wouldn't you agree? And also, we've had 2 other big rugby games to talk about as well. In fact this post alone makes you seem like a sore loser for bringing it up again when the World Cup is now over for both of our teams. Why do you live in Wales if you're gonna bitch bout being there all the time? I live in England but I don't complain about the locals, in fact, I try to make friends with them.

I wouldn't normally react so harshly to a bit of 'banter,' but I've seen you complain about Wales quite a few times over the years, and it's really tedious.


Ad7 wrote:Come to South Wales :wub:


Ad7 wrote:Had a perfect view of it here.

Wales supremacy, take that you Bristol lot with your hippodromes and slavery.


Ad7 wrote:
Finiarél wrote:Wales is a lovely place :wub:


o/


Ad7 wrote:Off to the Wales match today :datass:


Ad7 wrote:
tweep wrote:Live in South Wales. Really looking forward to this. Gonna run some through fields screaming

I LOVEEEE YOU JESUUSSSS CHRIIIISSSST

like a lunatic as the storm hits, it's gonna be awesome.


We're really high up where we are so the weather should be spectacular :datass:


Ad7 wrote:Camping in South Wales on the coast or outskirts of a city would be great.


Ad7 wrote:Come to Wales 8-)


Ad7 wrote:Our move to Wales will be underway as soon as we've found the right house for us.

Crazy to think that for only £20k ish more than the cost of our flat, we can get a 3 bedroom detached house with gardens and a double garage :slol:


Ad7 wrote:Wales :wub:


Ad7 wrote:Just got back, what a bloody fantastic atmosphere that was! I think I might have been on TV cheering at one point as the guy to my right got a text saying they just showed him.


Ad7 wrote:I'm going to Cardiff to watch Wales V France this weekend. Hope Wales get it as the place will go mental!


Ad7 wrote:Shane Williams :wub:

Even when we went to see England V Wales at Twickenham this year I was cheering him on!

"Come on England, go on engl...GO ON SHANE!" :lol:


Ad7 wrote:
Mini E wrote:This is why you should all support a solid, reliable team like Wales :shifty: ;)


I support them too 8-)


Ad7 wrote:
+10 for the Millennium Stadium, always a good show there. Top tip, get there early to see the goat on parade :wub:



Hows that post working out for you there Curls?

Re: Rugby World Cup 2015

Posted: Tue Oct 20, 2015 12:59 pm
by Tomous
Point proven there :slol:

Re: Rugby World Cup 2015

Posted: Sat Oct 24, 2015 5:21 pm
by Harry Ellis
Well done, Habana.

I'm starting to get tired of players acting like morons and gifting New Zealand easy points and easier wins.

This isn't over but come on guy.