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Post by LessThanSte » Sun Oct 14, 2007 12:43 pm

Bill W wrote:depends who we are playing.

SA start with Hipkiss

Argies start with Tait
Spot on i think. Danny was excellent last night and a lot of friends who watched the match at home before coming out partying agreed, even tho they dont know a great deal about him.

Definately got to play Hipkiss at 13 if we are playing South Africa. Having said that, the argies might run at us (then again, the french might have too) so maybe having a big tackler would work out well for them too.

Agreed generally that i dont think Tait will be ousted. Hipkiss was excellent but it depends on what happens with Lewsey. If he's back and on the wing again, it'll probably remain with tait at 13.

But hipkiss wouldnt have come on at that time in the game had Lewsey not hobbled off. Thats the problem. Infact, you could say that Lewsey hobbling off was the best thing to happen to Dan Hipkiss this tournament, he desperately needed more than 10 minutes to show what he can do!

Banbury, i think Flood and Hipkiss is where the money's at, but i cant see a drastic decision like that being made at this stage. Maybe in a game that means nothing (surely the future though!).

Also agreed with Chuter, Regan was average but not brilliant!
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Post by SimonP in Surrey » Sun Oct 14, 2007 6:26 pm

Tate and Hipkiss (needs Tates speed against quick bok backs)
Regan for 55 then Chuts
and .. wait for it .... Stevens to come on at half time for the much weaker and less dynamic Vicks

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Post by Big Dai » Sun Oct 14, 2007 6:39 pm

.............I HAVE A VISION!

It concerns Dan!


.......................................but i'll not tell you if it all comes true till next week.
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Post by Bill W » Sun Oct 14, 2007 6:42 pm

Big Dai wrote:.............I HAVE A VISION!

It concerns Dan!


.......................................but i'll not tell you if it all comes true till next week.
I wager you will tell us if it all comes true!!!

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Post by Big Dai » Sun Oct 14, 2007 6:48 pm

I would not tell you false Bill!

BTW I trust you'll be watching tonight? In a somewhat more relaxed frame of mind?
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Post by Bill W » Sun Oct 14, 2007 6:50 pm

I shall indeed Big Dai - be watching that is. As the gin takes effect I may or may not be relaxed!!

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Post by Big Dai » Sun Oct 14, 2007 6:55 pm

..........Last night I took a large Remy at half time.


#### That's the bottle emptied!

I bit fingernails and clawed the furniture, pushing in every scrum, lifting in every line out. In desperation I opened A CAN OF.................LAGER!

I clamped the can to my chest during the rest of the game until the whistle blew!

Then I took a swig! Just why did victory make even warm, flat lager taste good?
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Post by Bill W » Sun Oct 14, 2007 6:59 pm

During the first hald I drank Guinness - and shouted at Stuart Barnes (to Mrs. W's dissaproval). At half time I switched to gin and shouted at the players, the referee and the dog.

Happily I do not have lager in the house!!

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Post by Big Dai » Sun Oct 14, 2007 7:03 pm

Bill. That's tops! Save a bit of that for next week!
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Post by Bill W » Sun Oct 14, 2007 7:06 pm

Worry not Big Dai. The drinks cupboard will be restocked by then!!

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