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Friday, April 13, 2012

Friday Funnies - The George Robson tunnel slip

Title holders Harlequins slipped out of the Amlin Challenge Cup last weekend as Toulon beat them 37-8 at the Stade Felix Mayol. The signs were ominous for the visitors from the moment they stepped out of the changeroom.

Toulon are through to the semi finals following a convincing display in front of their always vocal home crowd. Jonny Wilkinson grabbed 17 points, despite being replaced early in the second half.

They scored tries through Sebastien Tillous Borde, Benjamin Lapeyre, and another Englishman, Steffon Armitage. You can view highlights of the game here (or click the related post).

Harlequins were missing star players Nick Evans and Chris Robshaw, so in the latters absence, big lock George Robson stepped up and captained the side.

Things didn't start out too well for him though, as you'll see in the following clip. The reaction of the players around him is great, and fair play to Robson himself, who had a little grin about it.

Below is the clip of Robson, so follow the link below it if you're after the match highlights

Posted by Rugbydump at 5:20 pm | View Comments (6)

Toulon vs Harlequins - Amlin Challenge Cup quarter final

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10stonenumber10 April 13, 2012 6:37 pm

Sort of set the tone for the rest of the evening ;)

Took it well though, except for Lowe and DC trying not to p*ss themselves laughing at the end!!

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andres9 April 13, 2012 7:27 pm

I know that feeling... lol

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stroudos April 14, 2012 11:33 pm

That Irish (/Ulsterman?) commentator is fucking awesome, always makes me laugh. Perfect example here, saving the day while his mealy-mouthed co-commentator struggles to get out his contrived Napoleon reference.

"Napoleon Bonaparte, not playing tonight, apparently he's got a shoulder injury" - Classic!!

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alexxx74 April 16, 2012 4:28 pm

big tackle ahahah

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browner March 01, 2013 3:02 pm

More Bloodgate play acting me thinks

If you're gonna take a dive, do it on the pitch for some credability !

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