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Good weekend/ bad weekend?
Wildwillie (IP Logged)
13 March, 2017 09:53
If you are a Carnegie supporter who happens to be Irish , Scots or Italian then I would guess that it was a bad weekend for you. But what about the rest of you. I was relieved when I saw the Carnegie score, remembering what a distraction the cup was last year.

I did see two belting games of rugby. The Wales- Ireland game was immense - really exciting, even for a neutral observer. I took a lot of pleasure from seeing the Scots humiliated at HQ as well as from the cracking back play on show from England.

So, for me, all things considered, a good weekend (Sm134)

Re: Good weekend/ bad weekend?
opuscoitus (IP Logged)
13 March, 2017 09:57
Stayed up for the sevens last night, fabulous entertainment, well deserved England win

Enjoyed U20 game although Sky commentary just as bad as IPA games

Caught a small amount of women's game

Great weekend for English Rugby, sad to say I forgot YC were playing till I saw report in rugby paper

North needs success
Re: Good weekend/ bad weekend?
13 March, 2017 13:47
Excellent weekend. Always great to bash the Scots and "send 'em home ta think again". Second only to bashing the Welsh.

Re: Good weekend/ bad weekend?
leemingtyke (IP Logged)
13 March, 2017 18:00
Cracking game in lovely weather at Ripon on Sunday morning.

U18 academy playing Wharfedale. Ripon went in at the break 10-27 down but fought back in second half. Game ended with a Ripon player placing the ball over the try line after several phases of intense pressure and some excellent Wharfedale defence. Unfortunately he was pinged for a double movement and the game finished 24-27.

Carnegie out of the Ballache & Injury cup

England thrash the Scots

Not too shabby, all in all. Would've preferred a Ripon win though. Double movement my ar$e!

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