WUOTC rugby7s

#1
just showcasing the idea that each of the coy's in wales OTC should make a rugby7's team and throughout the year we could have a mini tournament. would promote friendly rivalry and would make it easier to get to know other coy's. what do ppl think? good idea or bad idea?
 
#3
All the celtic OTCs have a big competition (Northern Lights - you may have heard of it!!) and included in that are sports competitons with girls rugby. I guess there would be potential to perhaps have more inter-otc sports competitions for all of the UK OTCs and not just the scottish and irish ones. I have been known to attend a few rugby training sessions in Edinburgh with my pink shirt and its a great laugh!
Good luck with it!
 
#5
Fordingly said:
Come_to_arrest_the Zulus... and what may I ask is wrong with the women in UOTC??

Do you have a problem with it?
no, I have a problem with the otc

oh , and women playing rugby. Of course, I use the term "women" looseley.

loose, incidently, is the word I most often hear to describe otc "girls"
 
#6
Its a pretty broad and sweeping statement to assume that everyone in the OTC is an individual that you would dislike.

Women may play rugby as well as men, i dont see what the problem would be?!

As for OTC "women" (as you out it) being "loose" (again as you put it), that is another very extreme assumption, I suggest you get to know individuals before you make such absurd assumptions.
 
#7
Fordingly said:
As for OTC "women" (as you out it) being "loose" (again as you put it), that is another very extreme assumption, I suggest you get to know individuals before you make such absurd assumptions.
When did he say that?? the words were

oh , and women playing rugby. Of course, I use the term "women" looseley.
Now this usually implies that the term used is not particularly suited to the item being described. In all honesty, most female rugby players are not best suited to be described as women.

(if this was a wah - I'm getting back in my box now)
 
#8
Fordingly said:
Its a pretty broad and sweeping statement to assume that everyone in the OTC is an individual that you would dislike.

Women may play rugby as well as men, i dont see what the problem would be?!

As for OTC "women" (as you out it) being "loose" (again as you put it), that is another very extreme assumption, I suggest you get to know individuals before you make such absurd assumptions.
I said I had a problem with the otc, not individuals in it. I have met and know several people from otc, most have been good eggs

the problem is its a man sport. womens sports are.... well there arent any really, women should have hobbies like gardening and cookery

all the otc lads I have met have tried to get me over to otc. they say its worth the cut in bounty for the amount of shagging they get with the "girls"

personaly im happy to shag girls who dont have to prove somthing to their dads by putting on green eye liner and playing cadets at 21
 
#9
, most female rugby players are not best suited to be described as women.

Have you ever watched any of the core teams play, especially the army team, the rugby squads are made up of professional rugby players, not weekend sportplayers who decide to throw the ball about now and then, you'll also find they train most of the week to keep fit and build there game, you would find a lot of blokes who are into there rugby, army rugby will easily disagree with you. Basically your just talkin out your a***, trying to talk big, do me a favor, find out a bit more before you make comments on a subject.
 
#10
smurph15 said:
, most female rugby players are not best suited to be described as women.

Have you ever watched any of the core teams play, especially the army team, the rugby squads are made up of professional rugby players, not weekend sportplayers who decide to throw the ball about now and then, you'll also find they train most of the week to keep fit and build there game, you would find a lot of blokes who are into there rugby, army rugby will easily disagree with you. Basically your just talkin out your a***, trying to talk big, do me a favor, find out a bit more before you make comments on a subject.
sorry, I left my batco wallet at home

come again?
 

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#11
smurph15 said:
, most female rugby players are not best suited to be described as women.

Have you ever watched any of the core teams play, especially the army team, the rugby squads are made up of professional rugby players, not weekend sportplayers who decide to throw the ball about now and then, you'll also find they train most of the week to keep fit and build there game, you would find a lot of blokes who are into there rugby, army rugby will easily disagree with you. Basically your just talkin out your a***, trying to talk big, do me a favor, find out a bit more before you make comments on a subject.
By core teams do you mean corps teams? Is this what you meant to say?

Have you ever watched any of the corps teams play, or even the army team? The rugby squads are made up of professional rugby players, not weekend sport players who decide to throw the ball about now and then. You'll also find that they train most of the week to keep fit and build their game. You would find a lot of blokes who are into their rugby would not enjoy army rugby. Basically your just talking out your a***, trying to talk big. Do me a favor, find out a bit more before you make comments on a subject.
 
#12
I coached our OTC ladies team when I biffed myself this year. Out of a squad of 10, there are only 2 or 3 who I wouldn't take a tumble with.
However, they are seriously good. I can't remember the last time I've been winded while being tackled. They are sodding ferocious.
I suggest you actually base your spoutfest on some kind of truth, instead of being a bit of a wrist-watch.




Btw, try typing wrist-watch as one word, then wonder why it gets **** out.
 
#13
BigJobs said:
I coached our OTC ladies team when I biffed myself this year. Out of a squad of 10, there are only 2 or 3 who I wouldn't take a tumble with.
However, they are seriously good. I can't remember the last time I've been winded while being tackled. They are sodding ferocious.
I suggest you actually base your spoutfest on some kind of truth, instead of being a bit of a wrist-watch.




Btw, try typing wrist-watch as one word, then wonder why it gets **** out.
so you are saying that

a)you are a biff

b)you have either very low standards, or are attracted to masculine women

c)are a big jesse who gets winded by the "girls" he coaches

??
 
#17
BigJobs said:
Is that a comeback? Start with 'comeback' so next time I know.
I'm sensing a lot of anger in you bj. dont worry about it, nobody expects to be shown up by female cadets on a rugby pitch. I'm sure, over time, you and you're inadequatley sized penis can grow to accept youre place. maybe you could take oestragen supllements, grow yourself a pair of tits, and get on the team yourself one day?
 
#18
No anger here mate. You aren't worth getting angry over. You go play with your action man, and I'll roll around in the mud with 7 ladies.
 
#19
I believe 7s rugby is based on pace, power and precison and not rolling around in the mud. Sorry to be pedantic.


A WUOTC rugby 7s torunament would be an awesome idea, something I tried to get going in my first year. Logistics then -as now- would be the biggest problem. Unless you played on the sunday afternoon after a weekend. (SENTA has a pitch, dunno if Nesscliffe does!)

Get a team into NORTHERN LIGHTS and sweep all otc's before the Welsh!

On the sunject of womens rugby, I am a 17 stone tight head prop and there are a few women rugby players I would blanche at facing in the scrummage. However, I would say that Rugby is as much a 'girls sport' as it is a mans game. Oh, and there are some hotties that play, that usually have tremendous stamina and love the p*iss! Remember a blonde wocdt from Cardiff company who was an AGC bursar?
 
#20
sorry - bit of confusion there. i was being lazy and writing WUOTC meaning Wales UOTC. however, after the fugby 7's tournament in aber i can see no reason why ladies can't organise something for themselves - as i saw more injuries on the ladies pitch than any other.
 

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