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messageRe: EDF 6 Nations Predictor Game (Rugby)
Posted by maxxi February 03, 07:07PM

rendelharris Wrote:
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> Sun shines on a dog's arse sometimes. Great
> weekend of rugby, never seen so many errors in a
> single weekend of internationals (nerves?
> Weather?) but made for cracking entertainment.


i.o.w. 300 (wheels... off...)

messageRe: EDF 6 Nations Predictor Game (Rugby)
Posted by JohnL February 04, 10:05AM

Alan Medic Wrote:
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> Yeah it is. Hello Quids and Mick. France literally
> threw it away or at least passed it away. In the
> old days fumbling the ball like North did would
> have been a knock on. And I would have been
> younger!
> Still I reckon there are quite a few games where
> the predictions will be split this season. All to
> predict for. GSPs may prove crucial.


Same for England's last try maybe ? It's having the ball under control I think.

But they were always going to give both.

messageRe: EDF 6 Nations Predictor Game (Rugby)
Posted by Alan Medic February 08, 06:43AM

Round 2 coming up...

Saturday

14.15 Scotland v Ireland
16.45 Italy v Wales

Sunday

15.00 England v France

messageRe: EDF 6 Nations Predictor Game (Rugby)
Posted by JohnL February 08, 10:50AM

Wales making a lot of changes against Italy.

Gatland likes to think there are about 30 players who can slot in to the first team without lessening it.

messageRe: EDF 6 Nations Predictor Game (Rugby)
Posted by JohnL February 08, 11:43AM

Ooh Just realised Thomas Young (making his Wales 6N debut tomorrow) is (Only the good) Dai Young's son. Time flies.

Good Luck to him smiling smiley



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messageRe: EDF 6 Nations Predictor Game (Rugby)
Posted by Alan Medic February 08, 05:08PM

JohnL Wrote:
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> Wales making a lot of changes against Italy.
>
> Gatland likes to think there are about 30 players
> who can slot in to the first team without
> lessening it.

I doubt that's the case but in a WC year experience will count for a lot. Also with rugby being so attritional there's always going to be injuries.

messageRe: EDF 6 Nations Predictor Game (Rugby)
Posted by rendelharris February 08, 06:26PM

Italy at home on their day always have the potential to bite you in the arse if you take them too lightly! But can't really see anything but a pretty substantial W for Wales, whoever they turn out.

messageRe: EDF 6 Nations Predictor Game (Rugby)
Posted by Alan Medic February 09, 10:55AM

In case reminders are needed Mick Mac and DR, you have yet to make your predictions.

messageRe: EDF 6 Nations Predictor Game (Rugby)attachment
Posted by Alan Medic February 11, 06:33AM

Round two is over and only two have 100% records.

Round Two

http://www.eastdulwichforum.co.uk/forum/file.php?20,file=319383

Leaderboard

http://www.eastdulwichforum.co.uk/forum/file.php?20,file=319384



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