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Topic # 111525 6-Nov-2012 15:08
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Hi 

I thought it was time to start one of these. Not sure how many of you are Rugby Fans like me, but I always find discussions interesting. 

I was a little surprised to see this posted today, I'll be looking for a backup plan. If Sky make this a Pay to Watch Match I'll be furious. 

http://www.nzherald.co.nz/business/news/article.cfm?c_id=3&objectid=10845492


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  Reply # 1795556 6-Jun-2017 18:09
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networkn:

You know, if you look at the team they picked for the Lions against the Blues, with all due respect to the talent at the Blues, you could well imagine a 50 point hiding being given to the Blues. I am glad I am not out there! 


If both teams play to their potential, I expect a pretty healthy contest for 55 minutes then I would expect the Lions should just Overpower the blues, esp up front.


Of course, as we have already seen, that may not be the case. 


I recall when Ireland played the Crusaders a few years ago, I expected a close match, but in fact the Crusaders played so badly, I was embarassed. In reality it was simply a case of the pressure put on by a test match side. 


 



Lol what? 50 points on the blues? Name a super side that has put that much on them ever. Won't happen.

In fact I expect the blues to put 10-20+ on the lions

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