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Pro 14: Dragons v Ospreys (Sun 31.12.2017) 
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Post Re: Pro 14: Dragons v Ospreys (Sun 31.12.2017)
Cant stick it any more. :yawn: :yawn: :yawn: :yawn: :yawn:

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Post Re: Pro 14: Dragons v Ospreys (Sun 31.12.2017)
Watching this game is as painful as rubbing your Bell end with a pumice stone.
I wish i had something better to do.

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Post Re: Pro 14: Dragons v Ospreys (Sun 31.12.2017)
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Watching this game is as painful as rubbing your Bell end with a pumice stone.
I wish i had something better to do.


Awful game isn't it...


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Post Re: Pro 14: Dragons v Ospreys (Sun 31.12.2017)
spinbreath wrote:
Watching this game is as painful as rubbing your Bell end with a pumice stone.
I wish i had something better to do.


Than what, rubbing your bell end or watching the game ?

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Post Re: Pro 14: Dragons v Ospreys (Sun 31.12.2017)
Blindside wrote:
spinbreath wrote:
Watching this game is as painful as rubbing your Bell end with a pumice stone.
I wish i had something better to do.


Than what, rubbing your bell end or watching the game ?

I think there’s still a pumice stone in the bathroom. Might be worth a shot.

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Post Re: Pro 14: Dragons v Ospreys (Sun 31.12.2017)
Jesus Christ referee. Blow your whistle. Put us out of our misery.

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Post Re: Pro 14: Dragons v Ospreys (Sun 31.12.2017)
najbritcol wrote:
soap wrote:
this looks like it will be one way traffic


Never say never...


Can I say very, verrrrry, occasionally now?

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Post Re: Pro 14: Dragons v Ospreys (Sun 31.12.2017)
Ospreys deserve shagging with a marrow for not getting a bonus point.

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Post Re: Pro 14: Dragons v Ospreys (Sun 31.12.2017)
Baldwin describes it as a ‘massive result’.
He’s lion.

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Post Re: Pro 14: Dragons v Ospreys (Sun 31.12.2017)
Let's just hope the Ospreys who nearly won at Saracens and scored six tries at Northampton Saints come back by the time the last two Euro matches occur!


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Post Re: Pro 14: Dragons v Ospreys (Sun 31.12.2017)
Much as it pains me to say this, I actually fancy the Blues to win at the Liberty Stadium. At least they have a semblance of attacking skills and adventure.


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Post Re: Pro 14: Dragons v Ospreys (Sun 31.12.2017)
It may be obvious to some, but not me, but what is different with the O's this year?
How can they fall that far over one season?

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Post Re: Pro 14: Dragons v Ospreys (Sun 31.12.2017)
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It may be obvious to some, but not me, but what is different with the O's this year?
How can they fall that far over one season?

I think it’s been a slow abrasion over several seasons. The coaching staff clearly aren’t up to it, all the best players are leaving. Zero ambition from the board has led to a malaise that is difficult to break out of.

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Post Re: Pro 14: Dragons v Ospreys (Sun 31.12.2017)
Given the conditions I thought the standard was quite decent, much better than the Boxing Day games. There is a natural drop in standard every year during the winter months, Rugby really should be a summer sport. I was not expecting any bonus points.

Biggar was excellent, the Ospreys look a lot more secure with him at 10. Was impressed by Hassler also, he took some difficult balls and made good ground each time. Webb is very good at engaging the defence before passing, but his unpredictable nature means that often his own side have difficult reading his passes leading to lots of knock ons, especially in the wet. Not quite happening for Watkin either.


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Post Re: Pro 14: Dragons v Ospreys (Sun 31.12.2017)
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Given the conditions I thought the standard was quite decent, much better than the Boxing Day games. There is a natural drop in standard every year during the winter months, Rugby really should be a summer sport. I was not expecting any bonus points.

Biggar was excellent, the Ospreys look a lot more secure with him at 10. Was impressed by Hassler also, he took some difficult balls and made good ground each time. Webb is very good at engaging the defence before passing, but his unpredictable nature means that often his own side have difficult reading his passes leading to lots of knock ons, especially in the wet. Not quite happening for Watkin either.



I think Dan Evans made a big difference also. Things were run back from deep and defence stretched when the line came up fast

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