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Re: Team v Saracens
Posted by: Squawker2
Date: 17/09/2017 10:46
Cries of "New-Cas-Tle" were definitely dominant - , did you guys have lots of seriously dedicated fans who made the trip (who could act as cheer-leaders), or did the locals jump for you?

Shame we couldn't get more fans out, even by free ticket giving.

Your defence was rock-solid, rather glad that game was done in less than ideal circumstances for you rather than a tripwire back here in the UK.

In my rose-tinted glasses I did think it was more likely than not to be deliberate by Goneva, but I wonder whether it was just the higher team penalty count that led to JP jumping the way he did.

Speaking of JP, those of you watching on the TV (probably with a pair of binocluars), did you spot the JP-love fest the commentators were giving, that and the grass.

Cheers for the game smiling smiley

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