IRB Rugby 7's

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    Anyone watching? SA v NZ semi final on now - still nil nil, but exciting stuff England v Scotland on soon (England beat the Aussies in the quarters - which was rather enjoyable):1:
     
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    woo hoo! i think its time for a study break! thanks for the heads up wee man!
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    You still studying????
     
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    England lifted this cup, but as it stands the Proteas are odds on to win the IRB Sevens league trophy(20 point advantage in the league) this final round is in Scotland (Murrayfield) next weekend - it's good stuff with some unlikely teams playing, Kenya won the plate final!!

    And then of course, the Lions tour........
     
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    That would be the Springboks :razz: The Protea's are the boy's that hurl the hard little red / white ball around.
    I saw the qauters against France and that was one way traffic, but got caught up in the IPL final last night.
     
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    Oops:lol: i was riveted to the TV this weekend, i didn't know Germany played rugby?? all the teams played really well, but you could tell the difference between the top few and the rest, but i reckon the gap will be closing sooner than we think, if the US or the germans take up rugby full time, we might have to wake up a bit:)
     
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