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Pro14: Cardiff Blues v Zebre (Sat 4.11.2017) 
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Apologies, butt. Still waiting for some rugby to break out.

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Post Re: Pro14: Cardiff Blues v Zebre (Sat 4.11.2017)
Temp of the Blues has gone down since Lloyd went off.


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Post Re: Pro14: Cardiff Blues v Zebre (Sat 4.11.2017)
Good try by MM, Scully did well to get the pass back.
30 - 3 to the Blues. Plus a bonus point.


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Post Re: Pro14: Cardiff Blues v Zebre (Sat 4.11.2017)
Stevie Wonder has made some telling line kicks from penalties. Pity Matthew Rees throwing at the lineout is as usual sloppy. Finds his man every third throw, if he is having a good night.


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Post Re: Pro14: Cardiff Blues v Zebre (Sat 4.11.2017)
37 - 3 after 70 minutes.
I think Blues will win this one. :D


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Post Re: Pro14: Cardiff Blues v Zebre (Sat 4.11.2017)
37 - 8 I think Blues have switched off. Conceded a very soft try.


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Post Re: Pro14: Cardiff Blues v Zebre (Sat 4.11.2017)
FT 37 - 8 Only comment to make 5 points to Blues.


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Post Re: Pro14: Cardiff Blues v Zebre (Sat 4.11.2017)
Second best Welsh regional team right now

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Post Re: Pro14: Cardiff Blues v Zebre (Sat 4.11.2017)
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Second best Welsh regional team right now

Yep! Forced to agree. I might add that they are improving with every game.
But we shouldn't take Zebra as a yardstick.


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Post Re: Pro14: Cardiff Blues v Zebre (Sat 4.11.2017)
Fair play, anyone who sat all the way through that crock of shit must have the patience of a saint.
Most tedious, dismal game ever.

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Post Re: Pro14: Cardiff Blues v Zebre (Sat 4.11.2017)
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Langland Exile wrote:
Second best Welsh regional team right now

Yep! Forced to agree. I might add that they are improving with every game.
But we shouldn't take Zebra as a yardstick.



Is 'best' really operative? ;)

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Post Re: Pro14: Cardiff Blues v Zebre (Sat 4.11.2017)
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Fair play, anyone who sat all the way through that crock of shit must have the patience of a saint.
Most tedious, dismal game ever.


Both teams were sloppy for sure, but it was fun and fast-paced a lot of the time. I've seen far worse.


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Post Re: Pro14: Cardiff Blues v Zebre (Sat 4.11.2017)
BigRed wrote:
Langland Exile wrote:
Second best Welsh regional team right now

Yep! Forced to agree. I might add that they are improving with every game.
But we shouldn't take Zebra as a yardstick.


I'd hesitantly agree with that. I'd also add that they came closer than any other team this season in the league to beating Glasgow. Once Warburton, Anscombe, Ellis Jenkins etc. return from injury, they might become a (relatively) formidable side.


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Post Re: Pro14: Cardiff Blues v Zebre (Sat 4.11.2017)
najbritcol wrote:
BigRed wrote:
Langland Exile wrote:
Second best Welsh regional team right now

Yep! Forced to agree. I might add that they are improving with every game.
But we shouldn't take Zebra as a yardstick.


I'd hesitantly agree with that. I'd also add that they came closer than any other team this season in the league to beating Glasgow. Once Warburton, Anscombe, Ellis Jenkins etc. return from injury, they might become a (relatively) formidable side.


I doubt if Sam will play in the Pro14 unless he needs a warm up game for Wales to be honest. The other two named will definitely help, but the biggest difference will be if Gethin stays fit and doesn't get a Wales call up.


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Post Re: Pro14: Cardiff Blues v Zebre (Sat 4.11.2017)
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najbritcol wrote:
BigRed wrote:
Langland Exile wrote:
Second best Welsh regional team right now

Yep! Forced to agree. I might add that they are improving with every game.
But we shouldn't take Zebra as a yardstick.


I'd hesitantly agree with that. I'd also add that they came closer than any other team this season in the league to beating Glasgow. Once Warburton, Anscombe, Ellis Jenkins etc. return from injury, they might become a (relatively) formidable side.


I doubt if Sam will play in the Pro14 unless he needs a warm up game for Wales to be honest. The other two named will definitely help, but the biggest difference will be if Gethin stays fit and doesn't get a Wales call up.


No, but Sam could be used extensively in the Challenge Cup when he returns, and could help take the Blues quite far.


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