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Old 06-17-2012, 08:36 AM
 
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Was a good effort by your boys, can't fault the effort. That was your chance, zero degrees and quite wet.
In dry good running rugby conditions your chances of winning diminish significantly.
This time of year in NZ and in winter in Ireland, dry good running rugby conditions are very rare.
So more often than not conditions are in your favour when we play you.....and still 104 years and no win.
Futher emphasies why the All Blacks are the greatest sporting team to ever exist. The tradition the history....No significant sports team has a better record over such a long period of time.
are you finished wank1ng , go off now and have a shower
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Old 06-23-2012, 04:16 AM
 
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Dry enough track in the 3rd test......final score is All Blacks 60 Ireland 0.....training run over, real stuff starts in a few weeks.
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Old 06-28-2012, 07:47 PM
 
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Dry enough track in the 3rd test......final score is All Blacks 60 Ireland 0.....training run over, real stuff starts in a few weeks.
Must have been a biased referee or Ireland with all their talent would have won, damn reading the Irish rugby forums is amusing, with one bloke going on that it was illegal for Gear to put his shoulder into the Irish winger who was making a feeble attempt to tackle him.
Must have different rules in the NH.
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Old 06-29-2012, 12:38 AM
 
Location: New Zealand and Australia
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Must have been a biased referee or Ireland with all their talent would have won, damn reading the Irish rugby forums is amusing, with one bloke going on that it was illegal for Gear to put his shoulder into the Irish winger who was making a feeble attempt to tackle him.
Must have different rules in the NH.
They always rate themselves in the NH in rugby, esp England. Difference between us and them is we back up our talk with perfomance on the field....also we aren't deluded as to how good or bad we really are, England of the 6N's are the worst for it....... and our win % over our history is much much higher.

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