Yoda Ashton has revealed his masterplan, hooray! It appears to involve Paul Sackey and Nick Easter, oh.
As Los Pumas gear up for a certain victory tonight, let’s once again take a look at their finest international moment. I don’t know about you, but I could watch this over and over again. What a game.
Tries from the miserable performance by Ireland vs Namibia on Sunday.
The performance of Olly Barkley was the only floating pearl in the fetid cesspool that was England’s performance on Saturday. If Wilkinson is fit he will play at 10, but should Barkley stay in the side to solve the problem position at 12? Or is there another solution? Have your say here.
There are not many rugby blogs about when you look around cyberspace, but of those that are out there this one is a corker.
South African flanker Richie Cunnigham may have to spend Friday night working at Arnold’s, instead of pummelling the England team, as he has been cited for being naughty against Samoa.
Not really sure what is going on here to tell you the truth. The Saffers seem to be dressed as Ninja Turtles, then they shout a bit, then they run on all fours; at some point a bloke is playing a drum. All this appears to take place in a place that looks exactly like Widnes. Somehow this is meant to inspire a nation.
Tonga normally play in a simple red, which they find is practical for hiding the blood of their opponents after they have banjoed them around the head 12 times each in the last 20 minutes to assuage their ANGER at being are 52 points down and thoroughly brassed off.
While all the talk in the media has been about Phil Vickery doing his best impression of Bruce Lee on poor little cherub Paul Emerick, everyone seems to have forgotten that the Eagles centre came very close to snapping Olly Barkley’s neck/spine/lovely spiky hair.
Far be it from me to wonder into the realms of new media nerdism, but I do know enough about Web 2.0 to know that ITV have cocked up big time with their online Rugby World Cup offering.
Southern hemisphere rugby fans must be puffed up with self-satisfaction after this weekend, and I don’t fancy giving them much more to crow about, so here is the edited version of the performances of their teams at the weekend.
Phil Vickery has been cited for his flying potato, Jean-Clude Van Damme-esque manouevre on the USA centre Paul Emerick, and it is safe to say he has about as much chance of escaping punishment as a man caught in bed with the wife of a particularly angry gorilla.