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I've just got back from the pub and cought the last 15mins of this game. S. Africa failed to get to 50 points and the Georgians' scored 19 (not bad for a country where just 2000 in total play the game). clearly, S. Africa are not a major force in Rugby Union any more. Well done to the Georgians

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Does anyone care?

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Yes. Rugby is a great sport. not as good as footie but it's still great


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Hmm, would have to disagree to be honest.
When Sky Sports started up, something had to give.
Of course it football had to stay and rugby just isn't cricket.
League is better.
Want England to win obviously but can't pretend I'm even remotely interested in it.
Each to their own though.



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agree League is a better sport and easier to understand. Union is stil a good game though. anyway, as you say, each to their own. Have a good weekend and good luck to your team.

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We need it away to Exeter. Still,we did them at home earlier on in the season.
Same goes to you Mr Happy.

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I'm not interested in rugby but watched in today in a free period because everyone else was,quite enjoyed it actually,i thought the Georgians were pretty good,though they did rely on their size rather than any skill,didn't think the SA kicker was up to much...anyway,i think i'll stick to good old footie <img src="/images/graemlins/grin.gif" alt="" />

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Heathens, the lot of you, rugby can teach football an awlful lot about dicipline, team spirit, and being a proper geezer.

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I agree. In rugby, you will get opposing supporters standing side by side on the terraces enjoying a pint. although on the pitch the game can get very physical, when do you hear about scandal off it. Rugby (both codes) can teach a lot to football.




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