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Welsh pallbearers out in the group stage (again).

Still, I was told last year that just qualifying for the ECC was the target for the Scarlets so I guess everyone's happy.... :dontknow:


Little things please little minds... ;) :D

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Good game very entertaining, I really felt for the Scarlets at the end. Sarries not the same team without Big Billy and Mako, but they showed great determination to get the try at the end, Farrel leading from the front to secure the draw.

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Had this game on in the car, I'm a bit confused to where it was played according to 5live they were playing in parkie Scarlets

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Just back from the game. What an afternoon. With 80 mins on the clock we were looking like being in the quarter finals. Cruel end to a game. :crybaby:

Agree with everyone about the crowd, Very poor.

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Just back from the game. What an afternoon. With 80 mins on the clock we were looking like being in the quarter finals. Cruel end to a game. :crybaby:

Agree with everyone about the crowd, Very poor.


Unlucky bud Scarlets surprised me and I will take back my earlier comments,still need to play til the whistle goes though, harsh at the top end innit!?


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Keith L wrote:
ICEverything wrote:
Just back from the game. What an afternoon. With 80 mins on the clock we were looking like being in the quarter finals. Cruel end to a game. :crybaby:

Agree with everyone about the crowd, Very poor.


Unlucky bud Scarlets surprised me and I will take back my earlier comments,still need to play til the whistle goes though, harsh at the top end innit!?

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The Scarlets appear to be doing a Wales, playing above themselves.

Some of the quality of play from the Scarlets was excellent, as a team and individually.

What makes a mockery of it all and is symptomatic of the bullshit we have to put up with in Wales, next week as they were a fortnight ago, the same seemingly high quality players will be utter *fupping* shit.

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The Scarlets appear to be doing a Wales, playing above themselves.

Some of the quality of play from the Scarlets was excellent, as a team and individually.

What makes a mockery of it all and is symptomatic of the bullshit we have to put up with in Wales, next week as they were a fortnight ago, the same seemingly high quality players will be utter *fupping* shit.


Consistency is the challenge I agree, but the Scarlets still did well, hell I was expecting them to get thrashed.

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CymraegJanner wrote:
The Scarlets appear to be doing a Wales, playing above themselves.

Some of the quality of play from the Scarlets was excellent, as a team and individually.

What makes a mockery of it all and is symptomatic of the bullshit we have to put up with in Wales, next week as they were a fortnight ago, the same seemingly high quality players will be utter *fupping* shit.


Consistency is the challenge I agree, but the Scarlets still did well, hell I was expecting them to get thrashed.

Sean


Saracens were about 4 or 5 players short, but still a gutsy performance.

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why are the journo's getting all arsey about the attendance?

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Abertawe Leinster wrote:
CymraegJanner wrote:
The Scarlets appear to be doing a Wales, playing above themselves.

Some of the quality of play from the Scarlets was excellent, as a team and individually.

What makes a mockery of it all and is symptomatic of the bullshit we have to put up with in Wales, next week as they were a fortnight ago, the same seemingly high quality players will be utter *fupping* shit.


Consistency is the challenge I agree, but the Scarlets still did well, hell I was expecting them to get thrashed.

Sean

quite agree, as i did against Toulon, but i thought this was a better performance without the successful outcome

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Where are you reading that fids?

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why are the journo's getting all arsey about the attendance?

cos it was shit. english and european champions come to town and you can't drag in a decent audience

but you already knew that

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Simon Thomas said something about people concentrating on the crowd size not the game.

7.5 k according to the RCC website, no where near the lowest crowd of the weekend where there are a few, Racing only scraped 5.5k

or perhaps the myth about English sides bringing big crowds has been exposed for what it is.

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Langland Exile wrote:
Abertawe Leinster wrote:
CymraegJanner wrote:
The Scarlets appear to be doing a Wales, playing above themselves.

Some of the quality of play from the Scarlets was excellent, as a team and individually.

What makes a mockery of it all and is symptomatic of the bullshit we have to put up with in Wales, next week as they were a fortnight ago, the same seemingly high quality players will be utter *fupping* shit.


Consistency is the challenge I agree, but the Scarlets still did well, hell I was expecting them to get thrashed.

Sean


Saracens were about 4 or 5 players short, but still a gutsy performance.

who were they missing? (genuine question)

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