Tag Archives: France
Today is a rest and recuperate day, so something light and fluffy. This one by Jono and Ben is doing the rounds (hat tip: NiceNieceAnna), and LittleDavyOne is enamoured with Shag the Pug. (Still not getting one, though.)
France 13 – 62 New Zealand And that, my friends, is how you play rugby. With intent, skill, precision and nous. From 1 to 23. For 80 minutes. An extraordinary performance, perhaps the single most dominant game ever in Rugby … Continue reading
I figured that if I went to the gym between matches that it would calm my nerves. It didn’t.
Reports of another French Revolution take the anxious to a new level. Such disarray – coach Phillipe Saint-André supposedly deposed by the player peasants – means that the French should be a rabble. Should, could, maybe, but. We’ve all been here before. A … Continue reading
Let’s be clear about this: what will be, will be. Any of these eight teams can win on the day. A favourite can lose the plot, an underdog can find a once in a lifetime performance. But a pundit, a … Continue reading
All Blacks 41-13 Wallabies in Auckland England 19-14 France in London Ireland 28-22 Scotland in Dublin Pumas 12-26 Springboks in Buenos Aries The Bledisloe Cup decider has been well-thrashed in the media by now, and all the superlatives can be taken as … Continue reading