Ok here we go again. Just put down your final score to win the psychic of
the week prize. You already know what it is don't you.
32-26 to SA (Always Hopeful)
33-28 to NZ David Chamberlain
50-25 to Sheds the Oracle
> Ok here we go again. Just put down your final score to win the psychic of
> the week prize. You already know what it is don't you.
> 32-26 to SA (Always Hopeful)
> 33-28 to NZ David Chamberlain
> 50-25 to Sheds the Oracle
It hurts me deeply to do this, but I think South Africa will win. History
is too full of teams winning the first two tests, getting on a high, and
coming into the third test over-confident, relaxed, nothing to lose,
complacent, thinking they can play dazzling running rugby and finish off
with real panache, only to be dumped by a vengeful, desperate team who
have had their pride hurt and want to win very badly to salvage a little
self respect. I quote the 3rd test NZ-Australia 1990, and the 3rd test
Nz-Australia 1992. As a margin, this is purely a stab in the dark but
I'll go with SA 25-NZ 18.
- Rick BOyd
> SA 18 NZ 14
> Arnaud, An unbiased french opinion
> PS: hope you get a third french referee for the test :)
NZ 24 SA 12
> > South Africa will bounce back! Being the end of a long and gruelling
> > international season, the scores will be low.
> > SA 18 NZ 14
> > Arnaud, An unbiased french opinion
> > PS: hope you get a third french referee for the test :)
> I wish we could get the French ref we had for the 2nd test but
> we've got the Welshman who refereed the WC final (and received
> a gold watch from Luyt for his troubles)!
> NZ 24 SA 12
Sorry Bob! Bevan was the ref of the semi-final SA-France. Morrisson (England)
refereed the final.
Thanks for reminding me about the gold watch story. Makes me wonder about the try
not given to Benazzi! :}
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