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Back to Business........sort of!


By Jehovah’s Sandals
August 20 2020

So Rugby has restarted.....hooray we all say!

But it's strange, not how we know it, nor how we want it.

Empty stadiums, Referees enforcing laws resulting in a lot of stop start, hopefully this will improve once the boys are up to speed and Sir gets to grip with the situation.

Seeing off a very different and much improved Tigers outfit with a BP in our first game can't be scoffed at. Sale visit on Friday night which should be a tougher prospect but Quins overcame them fairly easy although I don't expect them to be a pushover.

i shall be tuning in to the TV but I must admit it all seems a bit surreal to me........let's hope we can get some fans back into stadiums soon because the game as a whole needs it and clubs certainly need the revenue!

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Back to Business........sort of!
Discussion started by thechiefstribe.com (IP Logged), 20/08/2020 07:47
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Tribester
20/08/2020 09:57
It's a visit to Sale on Friday.

As Dimes said, they're a better team on paper. I wonder if they'll rotate their team much, or try again to see if they click, and change up for their 3rd game.

With Devo out, and Henry playing a full 80 minutes, Rob will also be thinking about centres for the Brizzle game, and the new rules on player welfare.

I can't remember when we didn't play Jacques, but we've got good depth in the pack.

At least we should get a chance of seeing Shorty play again!

Jehovas Sandals
Jehovas Sandals
20/08/2020 10:39
Thanks for correcting the schoolboy error Tribestar

I drink and forget stuff!

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