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True Grit: The David Pocock Story - Part 1

Hopefully he has a micropenis, and the universe remains in balance.

5 Months, 3 Weeks ago

Tiny Damian McKenzie somehow smashes giant Nemani Nadolo into touch

While I continue to sit on my arse in front of the computer screen.

#NewtonsFirstLawofMotionForTheWin

5 Months, 3 Weeks ago

England stay on course with win over Ireland at Twickenham

I am normally quite balanced in my view of the referee, but I thought on this occasion Poite had an absolute shocker.

5 Months, 3 Weeks ago

True Grit: The David Pocock Story - Part 1

Ah, ok, so she took his name, or just a weird coincidence? I know of a couple who both had the same name 'Ashley Smith' or something before they got married...

5 Months, 3 Weeks ago

True Grit: The David Pocock Story - Part 1

One of the world's best players.
By all accounts a great bloke.
I guess he's handsome enough.
Has an intelligent and good-looking wife.
Seems to possess a sense of perspective.



Git.

5 Months, 4 Weeks ago

Yoann Maestri only warned for this off the ball shoulder on Johnny Sexton

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6 Months, 1 Day ago

Manu Tuilagi penalised for big shoulder on Winston Stanley

He had one arm around him, not really a shoulder charger. You are, last time I checked, allowed to use your shoulder when you tackle someone as long as an attempt to wrap takes place.

Bit clumsy from him, though, he could have got his left around around more and really demolished him.

6 Months, 1 Day ago

Yoann Maestri only warned for this off the ball shoulder on Johnny Sexton

We also call it 'Le Crunch', you don't need to translate it to 'the Crunch' :)

6 Months, 2 Days ago

Tommy Seymour's aerial brilliance against Wales in Cardiff

This is yet another example of why I fucking love the Six Nations. It is the perfect tournament. Big enough mix of teams as to keep it wide open, but small enough that you can follow every game and every little thread within those games. Three games a week means you can analyse it in-depth, have an idea of what to look for the following week, and so on.

Seymour's performance was excellent. Great to see this skill playing such a part. Doesn't hurt in the build up to the Lions, either, when we will be touring New Zealand - themselves no stranger to kicking the ball. Hope he goes well next week.

6 Months, 3 Days ago

Paul O'Connell Retirement Tributes from the British & Irish Lions

He is an awesome player, one I was always happy to cheer on (when he wasn't playing against England). I'm sure he has a very successful career in coaching ahead of him.

6 Months, 1 Week ago