Monthly Archives: September 2011

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Wow! What an amazing victory for Ireland! I had been saying that the team would be lucky to keep the score respectable. Considering all the factors: how they were playing (ie very poorly), coupled with Australia being Tri-Nations champions, and … Continue reading

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Well, it’s now crunch time for Ireland. This Saturday (18th), we play our crucial World Cup Pool C game against Australia, and any chances of having a successful tournament could very well rest with this match. If we beat Australia … Continue reading

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Well, I was hoping that Ireland would turn it around for the World Cup. The performances in the warm-up games had been poor, and the hope was that, once it came to the tournament proper the team would improve. Now, … Continue reading

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World Cup Opening Weekend Review

Well, after 4 long years it’s finally upon us. In just 2 short days the Rugby World Cup 2011 finally kicks off in New Zealand. The last 4 years, and this year especially, have brought mixed fortunes for each of … Continue reading

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