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Posted by Seth on Sun Dec 03, 2017 9:25 am
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Put meninga at 3 and Daley at 6 and they would have torn the Pom’s apart

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This has been gone over time and again but scraping 6ft and 16st Meninga wouldn't be tearing anyone apart. When he played against his opposite number it was like u15 v u11 not anymore.
Posted by Muggins on Sun Dec 03, 2017 9:41 am
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downo wrote:
ok, so its over again, thank feck

i'm over it, next year will be much better with hardly any worthless, pointless internationals, just games of real value, SOO & the NRL


Does it also signify the end of your worthless and pointless posts?
Posted by downo on Sun Dec 03, 2017 10:14 am
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Muggins wrote:
Does it also signify the end of your worthless and pointless posts?






perhaps
Posted by ComeOnYouUll on Sun Dec 03, 2017 11:25 am
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UK Viewing figure for the final was 1.56m, pretty good for Saturday morning that. I imagine the BBC will be happy with that. As a comparison the Wales v South Africa RU fixture yesterday afternoon rated 1.68m (but with a smaller % audience share).
Posted by kobashi on Sun Dec 03, 2017 12:52 pm
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ComeOnYouUll wrote:
UK Viewing figure for the final was 1.56m, pretty good for Saturday morning that. I imagine the BBC will be happy with that. As a comparison the Wales v South Africa RU fixture yesterday afternoon rated 1.68m (but with a smaller % audience share).


That's pretty decent. Even sky news were pushing it yesterday morning
Posted by The Devil's Advocate on Sun Dec 03, 2017 4:06 pm
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downo wrote:
ok, so its over again, thank feck

i'm over it, next year will be much better with hardly any worthless, pointless internationals, just games of real value, SOO & the NRL


If that game had been a S.O.O. match, you'd be raving about it for years.
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Posted by Muggins on Sun Dec 03, 2017 5:58 pm
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ComeOnYouUll wrote:
UK Viewing figure for the final was 1.56m, pretty good for Saturday morning that. I imagine the BBC will be happy with that. As a comparison the Wales v South Africa RU fixture yesterday afternoon rated 1.68m (but with a smaller % audience share).


In some ways it's good but it's still depressing that it got less than a 'friendly' international that didn't even involve England.

Hopefully those people that did watch it will want to watch the New Zealand series next year too.
Posted by Biff Tannen on Sun Dec 03, 2017 7:17 pm
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Muggins wrote:
In some ways it's good but it's still depressing that it got less than a 'friendly' international that didn't even involve England.

Hopefully those people that did watch it will want to watch the New Zealand series next year too.


True but lets not also forget that the South Africa Wales game was on prime time afternoon slot and virtually all of Wales watch the rugby.
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The fact that Cameron Smith said it was the toughest game he had played in says everything about the intensity of the game. We just needed to execute better. Keep saying it but Watts (a prop with speed, good lines and an offload) and Shaul (off the cuff, unpredictability, pace) could have made a difference in that game
Posted by FlexWheeler on Sun Dec 03, 2017 9:54 pm
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The trifecta:

Whingeing Poms
Soap dodgers
State of origin more important

Now that this is over, there's at least one good thing, the ocker trolls can f*ck right off until next time.
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''The most intelligent, is that a fact?''

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''Yeah, what does that have to do with anything?''

.......''smart men don't get married''
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