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- Fri Nov 14, 2008 12:45 pm
- Forum: Fans Forum
- Topic: Are We Barf's Bitter Rivals
- Replies: 20
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There's no doubt Bath were our bitterest rivals but that's purely because of the rivalry in the 90's. From my perspective Wasps are now definitely the team to beat, except for Northampton of course, as some of us have to work in Northants and the pain of losing is just too much......
Yes I agree it's a strong team but would have preferred to see Cozza at lock and Newby in the back row. What's wrong with Julian White? Cannot believe he's not in the 22 and Meyer never referred to him being injured in the week. Also can't work out the bench; why have Newby, Deacon and Kay? 5 forwar...
A strong team for the Tigers, don't know an awful lot about Cardiff's players but they seeem to be on form. Disappointing as usual not to be given a proper update re player injuries. eg. Are Mauger, G Murphy and Ayerza injured or just rested? How are Moody, Castro, Herring, Deacon and Woods coming a...
Am I correct that in the GP there is a bonus point awarded for every 4 tries scored? Therefore we would have got 2 bonus points on Saturday. Presumably therefore the rule is different in the HC? Or has everybody got it wrong....doubtful unfortunately!
What has happened to Hipkiss? He is not in the Saxons team, not in the team or on the bench tomorrow and not listed as injured in the accompanying article on the web site. Anybody in the know?!