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Greg Holmes great hit on Francois Louw



Wednesday, February 03, 2010

Behind the scenes at the 2010 Six Nations launch

It’s Test rugby season again as the 2010 Six Nations kicks off this weekend with England playing Wales, Ireland playing Italy, and Scotland playing France.

While Ireland were Grand Slam champions last year, some of the bookies have tipped France to take this years championship, with Ireland second and England third.

Ireland are without a doubt the side to beat though, as their form last season showed that the experienced outfit are now a powerful side with loads of talent and genuine class in a few key positions.

England are in somewhat of a rebuilding phase, once again, as their dismal string of injuries seems to be behind them. They’re still missing experienced front rowers and one or two others, but have named a strong side for their match against Wales.

It’s hard to know to expect, so we’ll expect the unexpected from an English side that are hungry to perform.

Wales have had Lee Byrnes suspension overturned, so he’ll be a key figure in an exciting backline that will look to prove that they can play the type of rugby that we all saw a few seasons back.

Scotland will have their tails up after an impressive few games in the November Tests. They’ll be a tough nut to crack at home, and coach Andy Robinson will be instilling the faith in them that they perhaps lacked in the past.

Italy are missing talisman Sergio Parisse, so their true test will be how they come together as a side without him. As always they’ll struggle with depth but have shown in recent years that they can be quite strong on their day.

France are, as always, totally unpredictable. Blessed with natural talent and power up front, they’ll be really tough to beat at home, and will travel with confidence.

With all the hype that surrounds the tournament off the field each year, we’ll be hoping that the rugby delivers in terms of quality. While we can expect things to be as tight and tense as always, let’s hope that we get to see real ambition and attacking flair. Bring on Saturday.

We'll have more previews this week, as well as highlight clips throughout the tournament.


Time: 06:33
Note: Thanks to the BBC


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71 Comments:

  • pretty good

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at February 03, 2010 11:39 am  

  • oh boy oh boy oh boy

    By Anonymous Gar, at February 03, 2010 11:42 am  

  • No mention of France?!?
    They should do well this year, unless they are typically French and inconsistent.

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at February 03, 2010 11:55 am  

  • does anyone know the song at halfway?

    By Anonymous Pieter Joosse, at February 03, 2010 12:02 pm  

  • As usual the brits and the irish commentators sound arrogant and don't even mention France as a potential winner, which is incompetence or unrealism. Brits and irish really seem totally closed to non speaking english people! Sad and narrowminded spirit... I hope we will prove those morons (wood, dallaglio, leonard)wrong. GrandSlam for France yes papa!

    By Anonymous rodofle, at February 03, 2010 12:13 pm  

  • Waste of time asking Dallaglio for a view of the "six" nations.

    Funny BOD saying any one of 4 or 5 teams. Basically - anyone but Italy.
    Where were the interviews with the French and Italian Captains.
    Flippin' BBC.

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at February 03, 2010 12:24 pm  

  • "rodofle said...

    As usual the brits and the irish commentators sound arrogant and don't even mention France as a potential winner"

    Most of the English bookies and pundits have France down as either favourites or joint favourites with Ireland so quit your bitching.

    Every single post on this site descends into an argument within the first 10 comments, even the football forums aren't this bad.

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at February 03, 2010 12:31 pm  

  • Where were the interviews with the French and Italian Captains.
    Flippin' BBC.

    Yeah imagine that, a British/Irish broadcaster speaking to British/Irish players..... those cunts were speaking English too, how rude, why no French??????

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at February 03, 2010 12:33 pm  

  • anon said

    "Most of the English bookies and pundits have France down as either favourites or joint favourites with Ireland so quit your bitching."

    I wasn't speaking about the bookmakers but about the three muppets in the video (wood, dallaglio and leonard) who largely reflect the tone used by british medias when it's about european rugby. British medias take non english speakers with arrogance, that's all i say, but hey, i can live with that don't worry! Have a great day!

    By Anonymous rodofle, at February 03, 2010 12:59 pm  

  • Who'd have thought wood would back Ireland and Dallagio and Leonard would back England, it's outrageous!

    This will be the same as usual. England will play one expansive game and win narrowly against average opponnents, the media will see it as a rennaissance in English rugby, then it'll be back to the usual boring stuff a few narrow wins and finish in the top half.

    Italy will prove one upset but but will again prove that the forwards are fairly strong and the back line needs more depth.

    The Welsh will play some great flowing rugby, Shane Williams will look awesome, there will be some up and coming talent and talk of Henson and when he returns (yawn), but they'll get stuffed by one team and lose narrowly to some mid tablers because they can't lock out games.

    The Scottish will knock seven shades out of any opposition they have but will avoid crossing the try line as though the damn thing is laced with kryptonite.

    The French will smash someone mid way through the comp, they'll lose to someone they shouldn't early on and they'll make a mess of a final match that would have seen them winners if they could maintain form. Any player that is supposed to perform will be distinctly average, minus the occasional moment of total brilliance.

    Ireland will slowly creep up the table, O'Driscoll will again be the one many Irish try scoring machine, everyone will wonder why exactly Horgan gets a green shirt and they'll let in a few soft tries as they don't seemed to have grasped that O'Gara is to tackling what eastern block Skodas are to formula one. Sexton/O'Gara will lock out any games with a one point advantage and prove the theory that a team can't win a game if it spends 70% of the match in it's own 22. Ok, it wont be excting but it'll be a winner.

    Can anyone see it deveiating from that?

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at February 03, 2010 1:01 pm  

  • " This will be the same as usual. England will play one expansive game and win narrowly against average opponnents, the media will see it as a rennaissance in English rugby, then it'll be back to the usual boring stuff a few narrow wins and finish in the top half.

    Italy will prove one upset but but will again prove that the forwards are fairly strong and the back line needs more depth.

    The Welsh will play some great flowing rugby, Shane Williams will look awesome, there will be some up and coming talent and talk of Henson and when he returns (yawn), but they'll get stuffed by one team and lose narrowly to some mid tablers because they can't lock out games.

    The Scottish will knock seven shades out of any opposition they have but will avoid crossing the try line as though the damn thing is laced with kryptonite.

    The French will smash someone mid way through the comp, they'll lose to someone they shouldn't early on and they'll make a mess of a final match that would have seen them winners if they could maintain form. Any player that is supposed to perform will be distinctly average, minus the occasional moment of total brilliance.

    Ireland will slowly creep up the table, O'Driscoll will again be the one many Irish try scoring machine, everyone will wonder why exactly Horgan gets a green shirt and they'll let in a few soft tries as they don't seemed to have grasped that O'Gara is to tackling what eastern block Skodas are to formula one. Sexton/O'Gara will lock out any games with a one point advantage and prove the theory that a team can't win a game if it spends 70% of the match in it's own 22. Ok, it wont be excting but it'll be a winner.

    Can anyone see it deveiating from that?"


    You summed up the 6N 2009, did you? Now it's 2010 man everything has changed

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at February 03, 2010 1:12 pm  

  • Like what?

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at February 03, 2010 1:20 pm  

  • I won't complain about the fact that France is absent of this vid, because our captain (Dusautoir) is not there, even the "second" captain (Nallet) is absent. I find it ridiculous, moreover Szarzewski is a substitute now that Servat took his place at hooker...

    The anon who sum up the 6N 2009 is quite ridiculous too... The calendar, the teams, everything has changed. If the tournament was the same every year, it would be booooring. The three last winners are different...

    By Anonymous 3/4 centre, at February 03, 2010 1:37 pm  

  • Pretty surprising not to see any comment or hint to France..as well as as Italy.
    Well France will start its campaign by winning in Scotland then smashing up Ireland in a fortnight, and finally wipe out England in a roary revenge... !

    Watch out and stick around all you rugby lovers !!
    ;-)

    By Blogger Toulouse16, at February 03, 2010 2:01 pm  

  • Am I the only one thinking that maybe the French and Italian captains don't speak English well enough to provide a good interview?

    By Blogger Chris, at February 03, 2010 3:52 pm  

  • Translators exists, no?... But like I have always said, Szarzewski isn't the french captain, so it's normal to me that he doesn't speak. Unfortunately, Ghiraldini is nearly invisible in this clip.

    By Anonymous 3/4 centre, at February 03, 2010 4:35 pm  

  • i think it's between france and ireland this year.

    backing ireland tho.

    england is all untapped potential. doubt they'll make any progress this year.

    wales is the unknown quantity. depends on how they're feeling on the day.


    hopefully we'll see some upsets from scotland and italy!! :D

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at February 03, 2010 4:52 pm  

  • As usual with british media, France and Italy don't exist. France have a much better chance of winning it than England, yet no mention at all of the French...
    Guys there's a world outside your islands

    By Blogger Oli, at February 03, 2010 5:36 pm  

  • This clip is from the BBC. The first 'B' stands for 'British'. Is it surprising that they only interview the captains of the four home nations then? No.

    Where some people get the impression of a conspiracy against the French, God only knows. And as I've said before, all you have to do is look at the comments left under the Top 14 vids to see that fans from all over the world love French rugby. So calm down messieurs, nous vous aimons.

    By Anonymous Ted, at February 03, 2010 5:38 pm  

  • ^^

    Wasn't it supposed to be the presentation of the 6 national teams of the 6 Nations tournament? You don't think it's surprising to ignore 2 teams in a 6 teams international tournament and not to even mention it in the clip?

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at February 03, 2010 6:06 pm  

  • the brits are self-focused

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at February 03, 2010 6:07 pm  

  • I'm sorry but in France when we speak about the 6N we also interview foreign players (and it is broadcasted with a voiceover or subtitles) and we consider British teams as a part of the tournament. And our channels also have France in their name.
    Just shows how open minded the people who watch the BBC are.
    I mean do you not give a crap at all what the French or Italian coaches think of the upcoming 6N?

    By Blogger Oli, at February 03, 2010 6:13 pm  

  • As usual.. BBC videos show exactly what i think about 6 nations:
    A competition just played by the british and irish.

    Not a word given to french and italian representants.. Not a word about their chances.. It sums very well the narrow-minded mentality of british tv broadcasts.
    Maybe it's because, they don't speak their language (nick mallet is quite fluent with english no ;)?)

    But I'm also disappointed that Dusautoir couldn't be present to the meeting. It doesn't send the good answer. Whatever, the real answer will be on the pitchs, as usual, should we say... :)

    By Blogger Flooz, at February 03, 2010 6:25 pm  

  • I would say to defend this curious tvchanel ,even if i'm french, that in general rugby games are not considered like main event, in that way the dudes who are in charge of this programme are not passionate enough to get their heads out of their asses in order to show that this competition is about 6 nations.

    Hopefully rugbyfans in general don't feel that way about french rugby, however this clip is quite poor and relevant of hownarrow minded television is, even when they present shortly szarzewski they show medard skills instead...

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at February 03, 2010 6:32 pm  

  • wales matee

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at February 03, 2010 6:48 pm  

  • holy crap quit whinging frogs nobody gives a shit what you guys think. you were invited to the 6N so if you dont lik it get tf out

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at February 03, 2010 6:49 pm  

  • "3/4 centre said...

    Translators exists, no?.."


    Refer to Chabal.

    When in England, you speak English.

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at February 03, 2010 6:55 pm  

  • to the anonymous ridiculous just above,

    u sum up very well the british mentality: narrow, isolated, arrogant.

    british have created a lot of sports (tennis, football, rugby...) but would they develop themselves without other countries to compete. I hope ur comments were just a bit of victorian-nostalgic anger..

    rugby in general, should be more open to other countries than be turned on 4 sour little nations..

    By Anonymous BEN, at February 03, 2010 7:06 pm  

  • all this debate turns into a patriotic thing. it's not my business!

    but i can understand french, they may win more 6 nations than england or ireland this last past years, and bbc don't even give a shit about them..

    we talk about 6 nations, not 4, bbc should know that

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at February 03, 2010 7:12 pm  

  • I'd like to point out to people that the BBC is a British, and not Irish corporation. So complaining about Irish people isn't really relevant here.

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at February 03, 2010 7:14 pm  

  • British = Irish

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at February 03, 2010 7:17 pm  

  • british don't want to be compared to irish.
    irish don't give a shit about the british.

    But they can celebrate a strange patriotism with british&irish lions every 4 years.

    weird and quite schizophrenic

    By Anonymous dingo, at February 03, 2010 7:24 pm  

  • For Christ's sake how did this thread descend to xenophobia? So this ONE clip didn't mention the French or Italians! Big deal! To stereotype the whole of the UK because of this is absurd...

    By Anonymous Kev, at February 03, 2010 7:37 pm  

  • told you inviting the froggies was a bad idea

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at February 03, 2010 7:44 pm  

  • As usual with british media, France and Italy don't exist. France have a much better chance of winning it than England, yet no mention at all of the French...
    Guys there's a world outside your islands

    Yeah maybe, but non of you are worth talking about ;)

    By Anonymous Jonno, at February 03, 2010 7:47 pm  

  • THERE WASNT AN INTERVIEW WITH BORTHWICK EITHER SO SHUT UP YOU MOANING BITCHES. besides, its not like the french particually like the english.

    btw, there is a conspiracy against the french, you wont know what has hit you ;)

    By Anonymous colt 45, at February 03, 2010 7:52 pm  

  • i love myself

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at February 03, 2010 7:53 pm  

  • AND FUCKING DALLAGLIO IS UKRAINIAN YOU FUCKING MORON?

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at February 03, 2010 7:54 pm  

  • If only Italy was good i'd vote for a RBS 2 Nations

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at February 03, 2010 7:58 pm  

  • Maybe they were only talking to the nations who don't run away from wars?

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at February 03, 2010 8:46 pm  

  • Ah no, shit's really gonna start flying now!

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at February 03, 2010 10:00 pm  

  • burn ^

    By Anonymous lol, at February 03, 2010 10:04 pm  

  • rodofle said...
    As usual the brits and the irish commentators sound arrogant and don't even mention France as a potential winner, which is incompetence or unrealism. Brits and irish really seem totally closed to non speaking english people! Sad and narrowminded spirit... I hope we will prove those morons (wood, dallaglio, leonard)wrong. GrandSlam for France yes papa!


    Sorry rodofle, didn't understand a word you said.

    From what I believe, bad weather delayed the French party, so that may have had a part. And this is the BBC, not RTE, british not Irish.

    All the things I read from the launch gave equal footing to each team, coach and captain.

    Pity about the Italians being refused entry to Magners. This will hamper 6N longterm.

    By Anonymous Huh!! the 3rd, at February 03, 2010 10:24 pm  

  • roll on the ^N itself and the actual rugby. This conversation is as interesting as talking about the type of TV the game will be being watched on.

    (Actually, that would be more interesting, with the crapness of Plasma, the new 3d options....far more interesting)

    By Anonymous mise, at February 03, 2010 10:56 pm  

  • Jesus you french on here are a bunch of bitches. So many of you are throwing insults such as 'narrow minded' and 'arrogant'. Then you suggest that the BBC is British and Irish (narrow minded) and that if Italy were any good you would have your own 2N!!!! Hahaha the arrogance!!!! Why don't you set up a French language based version of Rugby dump and just talk about the conspiracy all day. You are all typical of the many French people I have met on my travels the last 2 years - ignorant, arrogant and poorly educated. Enjoy the 6N, I hope you get caned.

    By Anonymous doyle, at February 03, 2010 11:18 pm  

  • is it the famous rugby spirit that true soccer fans envy?
    I've just quit a soccer forum (reading, not participating) because the comments were so low my mind threatened to go blank. Well, I won't last long here because this thread doesn't help. (someone even mentioned the WARS? I'm still laughing)

    I thought we were all faaar better than this. I still impatiently wait for the Tournament. Even if, let's face it, it can totally turn out as described in the first posts.

    btw, I've watched Russian TV and holy fuck not a word of the tournament! (oops, "TOURNAMENT!!", because i'm angry there). What a bunch of narrow-minded arrogant eastern bitches they are on Russian TV. Poutine must be leading that stuff.
    And M6 spoke about the 6N too: they only mentioned Bastaraud and Chabal who's now forbidden to use Twitter. Any sort of brainless conclusion or that's ridiculously ok?

    Hey Doyle, starting your post with "you french on here are a bunch of bitches" is soooo educated. I've talked to a lot of British AND Irish, you're the first one using it. By your own criteria, you could be French. Next time I come, I'll bring cameron maxted and you'll all regret it.

    By Anonymous Rob Andrew, at February 04, 2010 1:02 am  

  • ,............sorry i thought this was a website about rugby, not about moaning about who didnt get to say:

    'well we have a strong team this year, we'll try our best but there is some stiff competition this year but hopefully we'll come out on top'

    say the above in a scottish/welsh/english/irish/french or italian accent....everyone says the same bloody thing....previews are great but really we are just making excuses about what to watch until the weekend!

    does it really mean that much to you? or couldnt you perhaps just sit there and think 'oooo weekend soon!'

    and ben:

    'to the anonymous ridiculous just above,

    u sum up very well the british mentality: narrow, isolated, arrogant.'

    the comment above you refer to is a take on what chabal said when he was asked to answer a question in english.

    'No, we are in france, we speak french'

    etc (not sure if you're aware of that)

    and before the french think im starting another conspiracy or hate crime against them, im aware he apologised later on stating he was tired and couldnt concentrate on english words!

    By Anonymous No.7, at February 04, 2010 1:11 am  

  • I think we can all agree that it is disappointing that there were no pieces with the french, english or italian captains but to be fair this was more of a behind the scenes thing than coverage of the press launch itself. The bbc's coverage of the actual launch was a bit more varied as was RTE's.

    Also Swarzeski has the best hair in international rugby. FACT

    I'd love to see Ireland retain it but France, Wales and England could easily beat us and Scotland can really ruin a party !!!

    Now everyone chill the fu*k out!!! Lts enjoy the tournament.

    Also Pieter I think the song was dog days by Florence and the MAchine

    By Anonymous Third Centre, at February 04, 2010 1:26 am  

  • Hey Rob, don't really understand you there. It's the non-stop victim mentality of many French fans here that earns them that insult.

    By Anonymous doyle, at February 04, 2010 1:28 am  

  • when i first come on this website, it was to talk about rugby on all its forms: play, big tackles, polemics, debate...

    Now it smells like xenophobia spirit.
    the english insults frenchs, frenchs think that the whole world is against them, italia exist?Aaussies are just good to fuck sheeps and so many others youtube style comments.


    A bit of objectivity, should be more appreciated. u can moan, polemic, be critic without being nationalist.

    Here we talk about the fact the bbc doesn't give a word about france and italy which are curiously part of the 6 nations.
    Personally, i find it very curious , and weirdly very usual from bbc. we don't speak about nationalism here, but a certain lack of interest of british media.

    To conclude, i don't know who will win 6 nations this year, it's quite open: Ireland and France seem favorites, but i think england could reserve some surprises in attacking rugby.

    See u this we for the RD-passionate moaners and congrats :-)

    By Blogger Flooz, at February 04, 2010 10:09 am  

  • Wow.
    On se calme, les gens. It's a bloody British programme. Obviously they have a couple of English pundits. As for Ireland, they did win a Grand Slam last year, didn't they? Might be a reason why they get interviewed.

    It seems to be a growing trend on RD that the French see everything as part of an anti-French conspiracy.

    To all froggies and rosbifs here: can't we all grow up and go back to that good old, simple and healthy mutual loathing? And leave the Irish out of it by the way, nothing wrong with them.
    Can't wait for France-England. What a walloping that will be.

    By Anonymous un Froggy, at February 04, 2010 10:41 am  

  • "does anyone know the song at halfway?"

    I'm not sure any more what song you are looking for. But the second one, the country one, is "When the man comes around" by Johnny Cash. I hope it was what you were looking for. Otherwise, my apologies.

    And please stop the stupid nationalist conflicts. We are ALL europeans. Anything else is bullshit.

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at February 04, 2010 11:10 am  

  • 1. Ireland
    2. France
    3. England
    4. Scotland
    5. Wales
    6. Italy

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at February 04, 2010 11:34 am  

  • Why can we just all get along!!!

    Waiting impatiently for the battles to begin on Saturday.... bring it on!!!

    France, Ireland, England, Wales, Scotland, Ireland

    Ireland to beat France and loose a few players to injury (eye's maybe), but slip against England... and squeeze past Wales... sorry Scotland and Wales.

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at February 04, 2010 12:39 pm  

  • Irish fan here - I think France will will the tournament this year, maybe not a grand slam, but this is possible too of course.

    French fans, please remember that there are differences between England, Ireland, Scotland and Wales. Just because most of us speak the same language in our day-to-day life*, it does not mean there is only one nationality there :)

    *If we are in school, some of us must speak Irish or Welsh...

    By Anonymous Mike, at February 04, 2010 1:51 pm  

  • True but, to defend French fans here, the concept is little bit confusing.
    Technically, if what a history-geography teacher told me recently is still true, England, Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland are different countries but the same nation.
    What's more, when it comes to rugby Eire and Ulster play together. That is one team for one country even if it represents a nation (Rep Ireland) and a part of another nation (UK).
    There may be mistakes in my reasoning but this is how it was explained to me anyway and why it is confusing. It can also try to explain why it's easier for the majority of us to take short cuts and to consider you all as a package: the English speakers.
    Whoever reads these lines, if I'm wrong correct me (always ready to learn a new stuff) but don't start some crazy thread please, it isn't worth it.

    France FTW (for the win, of course) even though I'm a bit surprised by our starting XV.

    By Anonymous Maximus, at February 04, 2010 3:01 pm  

  • As an italian i just hope we don't lose all the matches and show a bit more attacking rugby, not coming in last would be REALLY nice but who knows...let's hope to see some good games and drink a few pints (per half lol)

    By Blogger poccio, at February 04, 2010 3:47 pm  

  • Maximus said:

    "England, Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland are different countries but the same nation"

    Nah, they are all different nations, but one country - UK.

    By Blogger Krzysztof, at February 04, 2010 4:13 pm  

  • This discussion is taking a weird geopolitic way

    OJ Simpson is innocent BTW

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at February 04, 2010 4:50 pm  

  • Poccio - I hope Italy do well (of course, not against us!). I think it is terrible if the Italian teams are not allowed to join the Magners League - it is a very bad decision if they do not change it.

    I still favour France for the competition. We will see!

    By Anonymous Mike, at February 04, 2010 4:57 pm  

  • shut up ya cheese eatin surrender mankeys

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at February 04, 2010 6:01 pm  

  • Why "mankeys"?

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at February 04, 2010 7:30 pm  

  • ya ya frickin mankeys

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at February 04, 2010 9:14 pm  

  • Good stuff to watch even if I understand the complaint of the continent's guys.

    After all, are they not into the Six Nations tournament ? Oh and Szarzewski can speak in English.

    It's weird to hear nothing about the Frogs when they're favourites with the Irish.

    "holy crap quit whinging frogs nobody gives a shit what you guys think. you were invited to the 6N so if you dont lik it get tf out"

    This is why you took a shit time to answer about what they think. It remembers me what a German told me about us (British) as the USA poddle into the European Union.

    "Maybe they were only talking to the nations who don't run away from wars?"

    Didn't we run away at Dunkirk to our beautiful islands ? Just askin'.

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at February 04, 2010 9:21 pm  

  • ^ Are you French but pretending to be British per chance?

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at February 04, 2010 11:19 pm  

  • 'Didn't we run away at Dunkirk to our beautiful islands ? Just askin'.'


    You prick!

    Apparently wars mean nothing....the world still ended up with morons like you:

    'It remembers me what a German told me about us (British) as the USA poddle into the European Union.'

    im sorry, but first go to school, learn how to write something that makes sense, then come back and leave a sensible comment!

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at February 05, 2010 12:03 am  

  • I hope Ireland loses to everyone :)

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at February 05, 2010 2:54 am  

  • 'I hope Ireland loses to everyone :)'

    you should probably hope for more realistic things......

    such as:

    'i hope scotland wins the 6N grandslam this year!'




    :( honestly though, i wish....

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at February 05, 2010 3:25 am  

  • Weekend Predictions :-

    Ireland 35 Italy 15
    England 15 Wales 18
    Scotland 21 France 25 or Scotland 3 France 30 can't decide

    By Anonymous Eoghan, at February 05, 2010 9:44 am  

  • well gee I sucked

    By Anonymous Eoghan, at February 08, 2010 6:33 pm  

  • lol, well least you tried.......

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at February 09, 2010 3:52 am  

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