Autumn internationals

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  1. Fang_Farrier

    Fang_Farrier LE Reviewer Book Reviewer

    Saturday, 10 November 2012
    International Match
    England v Fiji, 14:30
    France v Australia, 20:00
    Ireland v South Africa, 17:30
    Italy v Tonga, 15:00
    Wales v Argentina, 14:30
    [HR][/HR]Sunday, 11 November 2012
    International Match
    Scotland v New Zealand, 14:30

    Quite a feast of rugby
    Difficult to call some of them, England should beat Fiji, France Australia, could be either, as could Ireland game. Italy to beat Tonga and a Pumas victory before the big game on Sunday!

    Whilst I hope for a good performance, I doubt we'll pull off any great upsets this time round. A try or two would satisfy.
  2. Should be a feast of good rugby. I hope all the home nations do really I do

    This is the start of the build up for next years Lions tour.

    I shall of course revert to type for the duration of the 6 nations.
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  5. I am soooo happy.

    Off to the White Horse tomorrow lunchtime for a few hours of International Rugby.
    Landlords a fine rugby playing fellow, got the biggest screen this side of RAF Northolt , does a magnificent pint of Guinness and not a football oik in sight.

    And the icing on the cake is when I get back home I can cook bacon sarnies, turn whatever music I like as loud as I want, reenact the Haka - naked if I wish - whilst farting away at least 6 pints of Guinness.
    And I wont get any grief at all because after all those years the bitch has gone.

    Happy happy happy.
  6. On a two week course. Bloody Army.
  7. No weekend off?
  8. I love the Autumn internationals. Will be in Cardiff Saturday watching Wales v the Argies with my 11 year old. Can't wait.

    I wish all the home nations well, but hope that Wales outperform England and France, and thus regain 4th spot in the IRB world rankings.

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  9. HHH

    HHH LE

    Your front door is a bit small !
  10. Are they on the Beeb?
  11. Not sure, but don't you have a free access internet site?

  12. My name's "Willow" , what can I say?
  13. The Wales v Argentina game is on BBC1, not checked the rest yet.