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Topic # 41604 19-Sep-2009 16:52 Send private message

Hopefully the lads can lift their game a bit and stay on top of the Aussies.

Here's a picture I compiled from various sources last year while over in the Solomon Islands.  It greatly upset a number of the Aussies we were stationed with which was, of course, the desired effect.

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  Reply # 257057 19-Sep-2009 17:18 Send private message

Great pic. Recent ABs bad form is about to give way to an ass-whooping for the Wallabies.

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  Reply # 257091 19-Sep-2009 20:26 Send private message

The game will only be F*&%#@ up again by piss poor camera work - ie, the constant panning in and out and the subsequent loss of being able to follow the path of the ball :( :(

 

 



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  Reply # 257107 19-Sep-2009 22:02 Send private message

All is right in the world now........ until the next game.



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Reply # 257114 19-Sep-2009 22:20 Send private message

Complete domination by the AB's.  Methinks Robbie's gonna be in for a bit of a skinning from the Aussie media...

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  Reply # 257133 20-Sep-2009 06:24 Send private message

We were watching (sorta) the delayed game on Prime, and then someone arrived and goes "WOOHOO! GO THE ALL BLACKS! I'M DRUNK AS TO CELEBRATE THEIR WIN!"


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  Reply # 257150 20-Sep-2009 09:32 Send private message

Classic!

Average game to watch, at least the result went the right way...




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