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Wales U20 through to Semis !!!!

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by WalesWillWin (U10947993) 14 June 2008
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Just Bumped this to wish the U20's lots of luck against NZ tonight.
Good Luck to England against the Boks too.
Two great games in store tonight I think !!



Well done the young lads !!! :o)

Talk about leaving it to the last minute!!
Nice free for all Brawl at the end too lol

COME ON WALES!!..

Update:
The Ref for the Semi against NZ is FRENCH!!! Oh dear

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comment by Neil (U9701706)

posted Jun 18, 2008

Ok they showed unity but it was ruddy stupid of then, I dont know how showing unity and wont be intimadated by other teams is going to help the Welsh boys against the New Zealand U20's

are you daft?

if a player is willing to stand up for himself and his team mates then they are going to stand a better chance against any team than if they care less or get bullied by other sides
as for the fight, well 99% of it was handbags but if one of my team mates at back while two opposition players belted me before or after the whistle id be raging

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posted Jun 18, 2008

So are you saying that other players dont give their all to the team, because they dont unite together in a fight ?? or the only way to unite a team is if they fight the other team?

So the NZ team arent united together because they haven't had an all out brawl? lol

It was stupid and No way will that fight help the players in tonight's Match.

The NZ team are miles better than any other team in the JWC except maybe the South Africans

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comment by Neil (U9701706)

posted Jun 18, 2008

So the NZ team arent united together because they haven't had an all out brawl? lol


If one of the NZ team was being attacked by 2 french players would they have got stuck in?

stop talking nonsense

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comment by Daio111 (U1971292)

posted Jun 19, 2008

If someone belted one of the Baby Blacks after the game they would have sorted them out. I'm pleased the Welsh boys did the same.

If you start it with a cheap shot or dirty play then take the consequences but don't blame the victim's mates for joining in.

Maybe you can do them if they run across the pitch to join in but everything else if fair game.

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posted Jun 19, 2008

truerugby! blacks as in all blacks!! i just hope that wasnt some kind of pc stunt you just tried to pull on me . if it was your a major league p..ck! because its people like you ruin this country you tool!!!

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posted Jun 20, 2008

Oh Nerve touch?

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comment by OzzyBen (U7861685)

posted Jun 25, 2008

Truerugby dont be such a t..t!you clearly know what he was on about, and are just trying to stir! Even Stuart Barnes on Sky TV refers to them as the Blacks. No-one complains, as most sane people know what he is refering to!Again, stop trying to stir resentment and get a life.

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posted Jun 25, 2008

They are not the Blacks, nor are they The All Blacks, they arent even the Junior All Blacks.
They are New Zealand U20's.

Get a life :) thats fresh coming from a Bath supporter :) :)

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comment by Nathan (U9208515)

posted Jun 25, 2008

Yes the sanction is way too harsh and I'm an england fan. Lets face it there's nothing more entertaining than a good punch up on a rugby pitch, so the IRB can take a flying leap off a cliff and stop pretending they know what we rugby fans think about punch ups when the fact is they haven't a bleedin' clue!

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posted Jun 25, 2008

WRU should tell them to stuff their U20`s competitions for the next two years.

They won't of course, that takes back bone.

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