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Jimboo

6 NATIONS FIXTURES 2018

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Am I the only one watching just now?

 

Thank Christ for Kodi, otherwise I would have had to watch the game in <shivers> French...

 

 

 

Although, given the ITV commentary, it's hard to say which one is worse...

 

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Le bump

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Well done Scotland what a great game!

 

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14 hours ago, Ital said:

Well done Scotland what a great game!

 

 

Bloody well played, but, as usual, we bottled it in the first game and there's no excuses for that. Still too many handling errors though, and we'll pay dearly for that against Ireland and England.

 

Roll on the 24th, that's going to be a stunner.

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France v Italy 
Venue: Stade Velodrome Date: Friday, 23 February Kick-off: 20:00 GMT
Coverage: Watch live on BBC One, 

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Bump

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Some finish to that game. 

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Take your word on that mate I had my eyes closed for the last 3 mins lol

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Good game it was, congrats Ireland

 

Bit of a handbag situation before kick off in the Scotland game just now lol

 

Cheers :smokin:

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WHOOP

 

Scotland 22 - England 6, what a first half.

 

Cheers :smokin:

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Good by Scotland but piss poor by England, especially the last try, missed tackles all over the place, you don't win grand slams playing like that :nea:

 

lol Martin Johnson looks more like a caveman with every year that passes lol

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ireland v scotland  bump

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Well that was disappointing... 

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Bump Scotland v Italy coming up

 

 

:nono:

https://www.walesonline.co.uk/sport/rugby/rugby-news/wales-v-france-six-nations-14399005
Nigel Owens called up to replace stood down official
Welsh referee Nigel Owens was supposed to be the fourth official at the Principality Stadium this Saturday but now he’ll be on the touchline at Twickenham.

That’s because Marius van der Westhuizen, who was supposed to be assistant referee 2 for England v Ireland has been stood down.

The South African controversially attended an England training session this week as a consultant.

The practice of an official helping out at training is not uncommon but World Rugby has taken a dim view on van der Westhuizen’s attendance in England’s camp given he is due officiate on them this weekend.

He has been stood down to ‘avoid additional unfair and unnecessary conjecture’.

A statement from World Rugby read...

World Rugby has confirmed that Marius van der Westhuizen will be replaced by Nigel Owens as Assistant Referee 2 for the Natwest 6 nations match between England and Ireland at Twickenham on Saturday.

The decision follows Marius’ attendance at an England training session this week. While greater dialogue and collaboration between match officials and teams (including attending team training on request) has been agreed by World Rugby and the teams, Marius should not have been involved given that he was a member of the match official team for the weekend’s match.

World Rugby takes responsibility for this oversight and has taken the proactive decision to stand Marius down to avoid any additional unfair and unnecessary conjecture. Marius is an outstanding talent with a big international future and both he and his employer SARU fully support the decision.

World Rugby has also clarified with teams that, in addition to the regular pre-match coach and referee meetings, senior elite teams will continue to have the opportunity to request that a member of the high-performance match official panel attends training providing that the individual is not a member of the match official team officiating that team at a later date within the current competition or test window.

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