Discussion in 'general sports' started by bendeus, Jul 27, 2017.
Bristol Rugby rebranding as Bristol Bears. Cue much wailing and gnashing of teeth.
The Aviva Premiership rebranding as the Gallagher Premiership from August. Gallagher is apparently an American insurance company, rather than two mouthy Mancunians. They have similar connections to rugby though.
That Isiekwe tackle was phenomenal.
Right I'll amend the post as I don't want to cause editor any issues. (well I would do but I can't fine the edit button for that post)
Bristol Badgers would be far better. At least there's a few setts about the place.
So the Chiefs will have their semi at home fnarr fnarr
They better bloody win as I've got tickets for the final
Who's the ref later today?
Think it's Poite for the Leinster Turk game. Not sure about Muhnner. Probably Nige.
Phew this scarlets game is close
The score flattered Scarlets. That was an absolute shoeing.
Indeed. Leminster looked formidable ball in hand. Some of those hits made me wince
Awful game to watch from a Welsh perspective. Fair dos, Leinster are the absolute real deal.
Came across this dude on Youtube.
Not wishing to resurrect the 6n thread...but I am loving this guys videos
I'm amazed that this thread hasn't been inundated with posts about Cardiff's heroic victory over Pau yesterday, a final in Bilbao (why oh why?) is just reward for Danny Wilson's men, he'll be sorely missed.
With Seb Davies, Ellis Jenkins, Owen Lane, Tomos Williams and a really promising (but still very green) crop of front row players coming through, Cardiff could have a far brighter future in store. Fingers crossed they sort out a deal to stay at a revamped Arms Park and somehow shed the utter ineptitude of management that unfortunately has blighted the game in Wales.
The atmosphere yesterday was awesome, so nice to be proud of my team again, thanks again Danny Wilson.
And Leinster, fucking hell, they'll take some beating.
Singing Nigel Owens left an Irish pub in raptures last night
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