Started by andyhaines, February 04, 2010, 08:11:56 am
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Quote from: BaldiePete on February 04, 2010, 19:07:42 pmAn easy win for the Irish this week and I think it's between them and France for the title.I think England will surprise folk and will win at least three matches, probably Wales, Italy and Scotland. Gethin Jenkins is out injured which will help England. God, I'd love to win three matches. I think getting France first up is a good thing, get them when it's cold and miserable and we might sneak it. Unfortunately, we our stand-off is complete gash and our inside centre is a crash ball merchant who never passes the ball. We have the very quick and elusive Evans brothers outside them but almost zero chance of actually getting the ball to them. I expect our score to be divisible by three.
Quote from: BaldiePete on February 07, 2010, 18:15:09 pmWell I got that spot on. Never really got the ball to the wings but Lamont did OK when he did get hold of the ball. We just seem incapable of finishing off whatever chances we do manage to make.
Quote from: andyhaines on February 07, 2010, 18:33:41 pmLamont did look good. Some of the defence was very good as well, especially second half....mind you, the set piece must be a real worry for Robinson.
Quote from: BaldiePete on February 13, 2010, 14:26:29 pmJust time for some quick predictions.Wales by at least 10, Scotland score divisible by 3 France narrowly over Ireland (less than 7 points)England comfortably over Italy (more than 15)
QuoteTwo Scotland players, wing Thom Evans and full-back Chris Paterson, will be detained overnight in University Hospital Cardiff following injuries sustained in todayâ€™s RBS 6 Nations Championship match against Wales at the Millennium Stadium.Scotland team doctor James Robson said tonight: â€œThom has sustained damage to his neck that has required surgery. He is moving his arms and legs and we are hoping for a speedy recovery. There will be a further bulletin in due course. â€œChris sustained damage to his right kidney during a collision in the first-half. On admission to hospital it became evident that the damage would require a period of observation and, in particular, bed rest in order to aid his recuperation. â€œOn behalf of the players, their families and the entire Scotland party, I would like to thank the hospital staff and the medical team at the Millennium Stadium for the quality of their care.â€Scotland head coach Andy Robinson said: â€œOur thoughts are with Thom and Chris. We wish both a speedy recovery.â€
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