Can the Wobblies do it ?

Discussion in 'Game Day' started by ozbash, Oct 20, 2012.

  1. ozbash

    ozbash Accredited Media Releases

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    As good a chance as they'll ever get.
    ABs have nothing to play for, the silverware is in the cupboard.

    Aussie could do a pants down on them ?
     
  2. Twizzle

    Twizzle Administrator Staff Member

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    anyone's guess
     
  3. Y2Eel

    Y2Eel First Grade

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    Thought i'd give this game a go at watching after the Local derby for the A-League was finished plus toy story 2 ended... Far out what ever happened to the running running running running game.. kick goals stop start i like the NFL and to me this is slower then that game.


    30 points so far all goals................

    Rugby is now the 4th rated sport behind NRL AFL and A League and lucky that the NBL has only just started up again..........
     
  4. Mr Angry

    Mr Angry Not a Referee

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    Kickby at it's finest.

    Bookies must love the first try scorer market..

    Tend to keep the pool.
     
  5. some11

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    Ha, its probably listed as rounds instead of names.
     
  6. bartman

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    Had to laugh when one of the commentators thought they'd gone to ad break and said something like that he'd seen better games of club rugby played on Saturday afternoons.
     
  7. ozbash

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    Good result for Deans ?
     
  8. Silent But Deadly

    Silent But Deadly Juniors

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    Yeah it is a good result for Deans. i thought a loss in Argentina would be the nail in his coffin but that wasn't to be. Last night's draw gives him the European tour to either cement or lose his spot. I think he'll hang onto it (though i'd prefer he doesn't).
    Whilst a draw against the AB's may be deemed by some as a great achievement, it's worth noting that the AB's played poorly and made many uncharacteristic mistakes. Wallabies made some absolute clangers and 'should' have put the AB's to the sword. When AAC and Beale dropped absolute sitters i thought 'he we go, we're finding a way to lose again'...we showed alot of character and given that both teams had opportunities to win but didn't take them, i feel a draw is an appropriate result.
     

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