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    Default Rugby Union: 6 Nations Cup: 14/02 & 15/02

    Hi all,

    You can catch the following games over the coming weekend 14th & 15th Feb.



    SATURDAY 14th KICK OFF 2pm (uk)


    FRANCE Vs IRELAND...

    BBC 1 @ 28e FTA

    La7 @ 16e FTA

    TVR 2 @ 16e FTA

    C+DEPORTE 2 @ 30w

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    SATURDAY 14th KICK OFF 4pm (uk)


    WALES Vs SCOTLAND....


    BBC 1 @ 28e FTA

    La7 @ 16e FTA

    C+DEPORTE 3 @ 30w


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    SUNDAY 15th KICK OFF 3pm (uk)


    ITALY Vs ENGLAND....


    BBC 1 @ 28e FTA

    BBC 2 Scotland @ 28e FTA

    La7 @ 16e FTA

    TVR 2 @ 16e FTA

    C+DEPORTE 2 @ 30w




    Enjoy the games....


    Dean131 :thumbs

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    Default Re: Rugby Union: 6 Nations Cup: 14/02 & 15/02

    Thought we dominated the Italian's once we got going. Jason Robinson was superb, the hardest game is to come against the French in Paris. What a game that is going to be.

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    Default Re: Rugby Union: 6 Nations Cup: 14/02 & 15/02

    in my opinion we did dominate without playing any of our best rugby- the french looked strong against the irish but having said that last time we played them they found out what it was to play against a full on english side. i think we'll win but i wouldnt want to predict a scoreline

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    Default Re: Rugby Union: 6 Nations Cup: 14/02 & 15/02

    Bring on the welsh. Its going to be interesting this year, with the welsh side inproving and the english have something to prove,

    Dont underestimate the Irish or french sides, but I thing the Scotish sides has had it this year.

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    Default Re: Rugby Union: 6 Nations Cup: 14/02 & 15/02

    we (scotland) played well against the english but, man right now it has to be said england are no 1 and rightly so, the day jason robinson left wigan was a sad day for rugby league
    :kissass :cry: Hmm I wonder which 3 this is ????

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    Default Re: Rugby Union: 6 Nations Cup: 14/02 & 15/02

    Jason Robinson is one hell of s runner. Fast as hell and takes some stopping.

    The Welsh got thrown off the park this Sunday by the Irish and I take my hat off to them for a great display of rugby.

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    Default Re: Rugby Union: 6 Nations Cup: 14/02 & 15/02

    in my opinion france had a poor game against italy, they won but didnt play that well. their backs line was far too flat for about 3/4 of the game, and their forwards are no match for englands. but lets be honest, jason robinson will dig us out of the sh*t if needed!

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    Default Re: Rugby Union: 6 Nations Cup: 14/02 & 15/02

    if we're being honest, people are talking about jason robinson but in my opinion among those who will be very important over the next few weeks are danny grewcock and paul grayson. grewcock has really stepped up to the mark after johnson quit, those were some big shoes to fill but he is doing a very good job. as for grayson- if he was in virtually any other national team in the world he would be a starting fly half. people tend to forget him as hes overshadowed by jonny wilkinson, if ever there was a good 'reserve' to bring in then hes it, again, people sometimes forget that hes englands third highest points scorer (and could very well overtake rob andrew to become second to wilkinson in the scores).
    anyway, thats only mentioned two of the players we have- the great thing about this england team is its strength in depth, there are excellent players in positions 1 through to 15 with more world class players on the bench.
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    Default Re: Rugby Union: 6 Nations Cup: 14/02 & 15/02

    While we still have an extremely strong team I don't think it's quite got that touch of magic the world cup team had.

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    Default Re: Rugby Union: 6 Nations Cup: 14/02 & 15/02

    I'd swap what you have for what we have in kilts, we are so far behind the rest of the home nations that you could turn up 75 minutes late and still beat us
    :kissass :cry: Hmm I wonder which 3 this is ????

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    Default Re: Rugby Union: 6 Nations Cup: 14/02 & 15/02

    Well congtats to the Irish what a game and in Englands back yard as well. My team Wales did not play so good this time again but Im confused why Thomas was playing No7 and in the scrum?

    Confusing what.

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    Default Re: Rugby Union: 6 Nations Cup: 14/02 & 15/02

    england played appallingly, no excuses. the lineout was shit and i hope that thompson does not start next week, not only was his throwing terrible he also turns up in places that a hooker should not, half way down the line of backs. the platform that the forwards were supposed to create for the backs was crap and partly as a result the backs lacked the fluidity that they should have. poor performance and the riish capitalised well.
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