371. Shag’s Musical Diary

Occasional pages from the diary of Shag, Coach of the New Zealand Sumfony Orchestra, that have mysteriously found their way to Ned’s inbox.

Dear Diary

Sheila Shag is putting my suitcase together for next month’s Coupe Mondiale. She grumbled about whether I really need 56 pairs of grundies, until I pointed out the food fracas with Suzie in South Africa. If the bastards can get at your coffee, there’s every chance they’ll slip in a bit of extra starch on the underwear when you send it out to the laundry. I don’t want any netherworld distraction when I’m trying to concentrate on the rhythm.

Meanwhile I’m putting together the plans to pop across the ditch and give Girt By Sea a bit of a tickle up on the weekend. By crikey that Cheika fella likes to play loud and fast, doesn’t he? Not a lot of finesse, just take it up the guts and never mind the conductor. That’s a fair plan of attack when it comes to dealing with a spread of Maketu Pepper Steak and burping juice, but it’s likely to be a bloody shambles when it comes to impressing the judges.

Yours in sweatpants

Shag

About Ned Davy

By hokey, the big fella’s tipped into his 50s. A rangy loose forward in his prime, good with the ball in hand, but rarely up with the play any more.
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5 Responses to 371. Shag’s Musical Diary

  1. Chris Jones says:

    Keep it up, this is your best work. Why have you not sold this to the Dom Post, Rugby Porn or New Zealand’s equivalent of Private Eye (er, whatever that might be)?

  2. Cpt. Tinarse says:

    I agree chris, shag’s diary is a delight. Totally syndicatable!

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