6 Nations...... am I alone?

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6 Nations...... am I alone?

Post by MamaOwl » 05 Feb 2015, 20:06

I am a HUGE Rugby fanatic..

I'm like a Robbie Williams fan pre concert at the moment.. the thought of tomorrow night is just too much....

I CANT WAIT!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!


ps: if anyone has any London tickets.... :mrgreen:

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06/02/2015 20:05 20:05 Wales v England Millennium Stadium


07/02/2015 15:30 14:30 Italy v Ireland Stadio Olimpico


07/02/2015 18:00 17:00 France v Scotland Stade de France


Round 2
14/02/2015 14:30 14:30 England v Italy Twickenham Stadium


14/02/2015 17:00 17:00 Ireland v France Aviva Stadium


15/02/2015 15:00 15:00 Scotland v Wales BT Murrayfield


Round 3
28/02/2015 14:30 14:30 Scotland v Italy I BT Murrayfield


28/02/2015 18:00 17:00 France v Wales Stade de France


01/03/2015 15:00 15:00 Ireland v England Aviva Stadium


Round 4
14/03/2015 14:30 14:30 Wales v Ireland Millennium Stadium


14/03/2015 17:00 17:00 England v Scotland Twickenham Stadium


15/03/2015 16:00 15:00 Italy v France Stadio Olimpico


Round 5
21/03/2015 13:30 12:30 Italy v Wales Stadio Olimpico


21/03/2015 14:30 14:30 Scotland v Ireland BT Murrayfield


21/03/2015 17:00 17:00 England v France Twickenham Stadium
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Post by organic chick » 05 Feb 2015, 22:06

So what's tomorrow then? Is it something interesting ? :lol:
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Post by MamaOwl » 05 Feb 2015, 23:02

meh.. go stand in the corner!! lol
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Post by MrsMopp » 06 Feb 2015, 10:33

Friend coming round for a session on the sofa with us with beer and crisps and lots of shouting. I am half Welsh, and never entirely sure who to shout for more. My 80 year Mum who is Welsh will be watching at home. I find the Welsh anthem so very moving.

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Post by drfish » 06 Feb 2015, 13:54

Don't mind watching a bit of the old rugger, but by no means a fanatic. It'll depend on whether it interferes with life/better TV as to whether I'll watch it.
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Post by MamaOwl » 06 Feb 2015, 17:49

MrsMopp wrote:Friend coming round for a session on the sofa with us with beer and crisps and lots of shouting. I am half Welsh, and never entirely sure who to shout for more. My 80 year Mum who is Welsh will be watching at home. I find the Welsh anthem so very moving.
Sounds like a good night!! lol

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Post by kated » 06 Feb 2015, 18:04

All ball games are :sleepy4: to me - I appreciate the skill involved but they don't grab my attention as gymnastics or dressage do.

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Post by MamaOwl » 06 Feb 2015, 23:23

England won!!!

I said some horrid things about George Ford and almost lost my voice during the 'post-hit-no-try' but yes!! We won!

I'm ruddy working on the 14th!! grrrr.... might have to convince the Tattooist I work with to turn off his hip-hop music and let me have the TV on! lol
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Post by organic chick » 07 Feb 2015, 13:37

HOY show, dressage, cross country. Apart from that a sport free house on the telly.
Penny and Freckles - the WArren Girls'
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Post by Sanbeer » 10 Feb 2015, 16:04

Haha sorry I live in soccer and iceskating country. Rugby is not a very known sport overhere. I believe we do have some teams but you never hear anything of it unless you specificaly follow it.
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Post by MrsMopp » 10 Feb 2015, 17:14

MamaOwl wrote:England won!!!

I said some horrid things about George Ford and almost lost my voice during the 'post-hit-no-try' but yes!! We won!
Wales seemed to be under the illusion that rugby is a game of one half.... :( England were better in the second half and overall so they deffo deserved the win :grin:

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Post by drfish » 10 Feb 2015, 18:07

Typically, I watched the first half and thought "ahhh, that's that over and done with". And then they go and score every point in the second half. Much like when I watch Liverpool play footy. It can be 3-0 when I tune in, and then we lose 4-3 or something. Jinxed :lol:
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