Force v Crusaders

Force v Crusaders

Post by caspar milquetoas » Sun, 25 Apr 2010 07:36:51


A new milestone for the embattled Western Force. Heady times in WA!

"The Emirates Western Force has pulled off an incredible come from
behind win to topple the top of the table Crusaders 24-16 at ME Bank
Stadium and send their sell-out crowd home in raptures with a first ever
victory over the mighty New Zealanders."

http://www.rugbywa.com.au/news/2010/ewf_news/april/crusaders_match_re...

 
 
 

Force v Crusaders

Post by Chris Parslo » Sun, 25 Apr 2010 09:40:09


Quote:
> A new milestone for the embattled Western Force. Heady times in WA!

> "The Emirates Western Force has pulled off an incredible come from
> behind win to topple the top of the table Crusaders 24-16 at ME Bank
> Stadium and send their sell-out crowd home in raptures with a first ever
> victory over the mighty New Zealanders."

> http://www.rugbywa.com.au/news/2010/ewf_news/april/crusaders_match_re...

I was FLABBERGASTED when I got home & heard the Force - 'saders
result, even tho' I'd wondered if / suspected that an almighty upset
may not be in the offing.  The Force were just too bad to be true last
week.  Vigorous bounceback seemed likely.

Excellent result & well done Westralians...

CP

 
 
 

Force v Crusaders

Post by Will » Sun, 25 Apr 2010 09:55:18

have you sobered up yet ?


Quote:
> A new milestone for the embattled Western Force. Heady times in WA!

> "The Emirates Western Force has pulled off an incredible come from behind
> win to topple the top of the table Crusaders 24-16 at ME Bank Stadium and
> send their sell-out crowd home in raptures with a first ever victory over
> the mighty New Zealanders."

> http://www.rugbywa.com.au/news/2010/ewf_news/april/crusaders_match_re...


 
 
 

Force v Crusaders

Post by Matu » Sun, 25 Apr 2010 10:13:34



Quote:
> A new milestone for the embattled Western Force. Heady times in WA!

> "The Emirates Western Force has pulled off an incredible come from
> behind win to topple the top of the table Crusaders 24-16 at ME Bank
> Stadium and send their sell-out crowd home in raptures with a first ever
> victory over the mighty New Zealanders."

> http://SportToday.org/

I was FLABBERGASTED when I got home & heard the Force - 'saders
result, even tho' I'd wondered if / suspected that an almighty upset
may not be in the offing.  The Force were just too bad to be true last
week.  Vigorous bounceback seemed likely.

Excellent result & well done Westralians...

CP

Yea watch the replay aqnd you'll see why they lost.
Kraplan is the biggest***that ever refereed rugby.
Penalized the Crusaders out of the game and awarded two tries that never
were.

I bet he was handed the keys to his new townhouse on Scarborough beach.

Cowan dropped the ball but was awarded the try, and Shepperd threw the ball
forward and Hodgson scored the so called try.

Carter had a go at the touch judge and Kraplan but the try was also awarded.
If they don't get neutral refs the game will be ***ED!!!

Also watched the Stormers Reds game. it was another ***ing farce Habana was
hit late and a shoulder charge and all the Stormers got was a penalty
Chambers should have got a yellow at least.

Then the Reds were awarded a try after Habana held it up.Is that ***ing
O'Neil throwing a bit of payolla around or what.

From a crowd of seven thousand, to thirty thousand might have something to
do with that result as well.

The game of rugby is just about ***ed, with incompetent referee's and those
on the take.

Matua.

 
 
 

Force v Crusaders

Post by Will » Sun, 25 Apr 2010 11:39:50


Quote:




>> A new milestone for the embattled Western Force. Heady times in WA!

>> "The Emirates Western Force has pulled off an incredible come from
>> behind win to topple the top of the table Crusaders 24-16 at ME Bank
>> Stadium and send their sell-out crowd home in raptures with a first ever
>> victory over the mighty New Zealanders."

>> http://SportToday.org/

> I was FLABBERGASTED when I got home & heard the Force - 'saders
> result, even tho' I'd wondered if / suspected that an almighty upset
> may not be in the offing.  The Force were just too bad to be true last
> week.  Vigorous bounceback seemed likely.

> Excellent result & well done Westralians...

> CP

> Yea watch the replay aqnd you'll see why they lost.
> Kraplan is the biggest***that ever refereed rugby.
> Penalized the Crusaders out of the game and awarded two tries that never
> were.

well have changed my opinion and he is now the best ref ever

Quote:

> I bet he was handed the keys to his new townhouse on Scarborough beach.

> Cowan dropped the ball but was awarded the try, and Shepperd threw the
> ball forward and Hodgson scored the so called try.

> Carter had a go at the touch judge and Kraplan but the try was also
> awarded.
> If they don't get neutral refs the game will be ***ED!!!

he is neutral

Quote:

> Also watched the Stormers Reds game. it was another ***ing farce Habana
> was hit late and a shoulder charge and all the Stormers got was a penalty
> Chambers should have got a yellow at least.

> Then the Reds were awarded a try after Habana held it up.Is that ***ing
> O'Neil throwing a bit of payolla around or what.

The try was disallowed
Quote:

> From a crowd of seven thousand, to thirty thousand might have something to
> do with that result as well.

> The game of rugby is just about ***ed, with incompetent referee's and
> those on the take.

the game is in trouble with "supporters" like you

yes, I know I never reply to this blot on human life but just couldnt resist

anyway, time to put him back in the killfile

btw: to save you replying I will do it for you

you < insert 60 different types of vulgarities involving
animals/males/children >

and further more < insert another 45 vulgarities involving parents and parts
of the human body >

and finally < insert another 100 vulgarities mixed with threats of ***
 >

 
 
 

Force v Crusaders

Post by Matu » Sun, 25 Apr 2010 11:54:48


Quote:






>>> A new milestone for the embattled Western Force. Heady times in WA!

>>> "The Emirates Western Force has pulled off an incredible come from
>>> behind win to topple the top of the table Crusaders 24-16 at ME Bank
>>> Stadium and send their sell-out crowd home in raptures with a first ever
>>> victory over the mighty New Zealanders."

>>> http://SportToday.org/

>> I was FLABBERGASTED when I got home & heard the Force - 'saders
>> result, even tho' I'd wondered if / suspected that an almighty upset
>> may not be in the offing.  The Force were just too bad to be true last
>> week.  Vigorous bounceback seemed likely.

>> Excellent result & well done Westralians...

>> CP

>> Yea watch the replay aqnd you'll see why they lost.
>> Kraplan is the biggest***that ever refereed rugby.
>> Penalized the Crusaders out of the game and awarded two tries that never
>> were.

> well have changed my opinion and he is now the best ref ever

>> I bet he was handed the keys to his new townhouse on Scarborough beach.

>> Cowan dropped the ball but was awarded the try, and Shepperd threw the
>> ball forward and Hodgson scored the so called try.

>> Carter had a go at the touch judge and Kraplan but the try was also
>> awarded.
>> If they don't get neutral refs the game will be ***ED!!!

> he is neutral

>> Also watched the Stormers Reds game. it was another ***ing farce Habana
>> was hit late and a shoulder charge and all the Stormers got was a penalty
>> Chambers should have got a yellow at least.

>> Then the Reds were awarded a try after Habana held it up.Is that ***ing
>> O'Neil throwing a bit of payolla around or what.

> The try was disallowed

That shows how much you know about rugby CUNTFACE!!!
The try Habana held up, was allowed you stupid ***!!

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Quote:

>> From a crowd of seven thousand, to thirty thousand might have something
>> to do with that result as well.

>> The game of rugby is just about ***ed, with incompetent referee's and
>> those on the take.
> the game is in trouble with "supporters" like you

> yes, I know I never reply to this blot on human life but just couldnt
> resist

> anyway, time to put him back in the killfile

> btw: to save you replying I will do it for you

> you < insert 60 different types of vulgarities involving
> animals/males/children >

> and further more < insert another 45 vulgarities involving parents and
> parts of the human body >

> and finally < insert another 100 vulgarities mixed with threats of
> ***

What ever do you mean small willy, vulgarities etc ??
I never even mentioned your name.
 
 
 

Force v Crusaders

Post by Matu » Sun, 25 Apr 2010 12:00:48


Quote:








>>>> A new milestone for the embattled Western Force. Heady times in WA!

>>>> "The Emirates Western Force has pulled off an incredible come from
>>>> behind win to topple the top of the table Crusaders 24-16 at ME Bank
>>>> Stadium and send their sell-out crowd home in raptures with a first
>>>> ever
>>>> victory over the mighty New Zealanders."

>>>> http://SportToday.org/

>>> I was FLABBERGASTED when I got home & heard the Force - 'saders
>>> result, even tho' I'd wondered if / suspected that an almighty upset
>>> may not be in the offing.  The Force were just too bad to be true last
>>> week.  Vigorous bounceback seemed likely.

>>> Excellent result & well done Westralians...

>>> CP

>>> Yea watch the replay aqnd you'll see why they lost.
>>> Kraplan is the biggest***that ever refereed rugby.
>>> Penalized the Crusaders out of the game and awarded two tries that never
>>> were.

>> well have changed my opinion and he is now the best ref ever

>>> I bet he was handed the keys to his new townhouse on Scarborough beach.

>>> Cowan dropped the ball but was awarded the try, and Shepperd threw the
>>> ball forward and Hodgson scored the so called try.

>>> Carter had a go at the touch judge and Kraplan but the try was also
>>> awarded.
>>> If they don't get neutral refs the game will be ***ED!!!

>> he is neutral

No he's not, he's on  the ARU paysheets.

No Sth Africans, New Zealanders, or Aussies should be refereeing the Super
14.

Use Nothern Hemisphere refs except Wayne Barnes.

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Quote:

>>> Also watched the Stormers Reds game. it was another ***ing farce Habana
>>> was hit late and a shoulder charge and all the Stormers got was a
>>> penalty Chambers should have got a yellow at least.

>>> Then the Reds were awarded a try after Habana held it up.Is that ***ing
>>> O'Neil throwing a bit of payolla around or what.

>> The try was disallowed

> That shows how much you know about rugby CUNTFACE!!!
> The try Habana held up, was allowed you stupid ***!!

>>> From a crowd of seven thousand, to thirty thousand might have something
>>> to do with that result as well.

>>> The game of rugby is just about ***ed, with incompetent referee's and
>>> those on the take.
>> the game is in trouble with "supporters" like you

>> yes, I know I never reply to this blot on human life but just couldnt
>> resist

>> anyway, time to put him back in the killfile

>> btw: to save you replying I will do it for you

>> you < insert 60 different types of vulgarities involving
>> animals/males/children >

>> and further more < insert another 45 vulgarities involving parents and
>> parts of the human body >

>> and finally < insert another 100 vulgarities mixed with threats of
>> ***

> What ever do you mean small willy, vulgarities etc ??
> I never even mentioned your name.

 
 
 

Force v Crusaders

Post by Mike Thompso » Sun, 25 Apr 2010 14:19:21


Quote:
> A new milestone for the embattled Western Force. Heady times in WA!

> "The Emirates Western Force has pulled off an incredible come from
> behind win to topple the top of the table Crusaders 24-16 at ME Bank
> Stadium and send their sell-out crowd home in raptures with a first ever
> victory over the mighty New Zealanders."

> http://www.rugbywa.com.au/news/2010/ewf_news/april/crusaders_match_re...

Bam Bam Pocock was really impressive.  He looked more influential than
McCaw who just doesn't seem so formidable under the new rules.  Mind
you, Carter doesn't look as formidable either, so maybe it's not
really the new rules so much as age.  2011 a bridge to far for these
Kiwi stars?

--
Mike

 
 
 

Force v Crusaders

Post by Matu » Sun, 25 Apr 2010 15:03:50



Quote:
> A new milestone for the embattled Western Force. Heady times in WA!

> "The Emirates Western Force has pulled off an incredible come from
> behind win to topple the top of the table Crusaders 24-16 at ME Bank
> Stadium and send their sell-out crowd home in raptures with a first ever
> victory over the mighty New Zealanders."

> http://www.rugbywa.com.au/news/2010/ewf_news/april/crusaders_match_re...

Bam Bam Pocock was really impressive.  He looked more influential than
McCaw who just doesn't seem so formidable under the new rules.  Mind
you, Carter doesn't look as formidable either, so maybe it's not
really the new rules so much as age.  2011 a bridge to far for these
Kiwi stars?

--
Mike

Ha ha ha ha we'll see Thompson

 
 
 

Force v Crusaders

Post by lord shineythin » Sun, 25 Apr 2010 19:48:07


Quote:

> > A new milestone for the embattled Western Force. Heady times in WA!

> > "The Emirates Western Force has pulled off an incredible come from
> > behind win to topple the top of the table Crusaders 24-16 at ME Bank
> > Stadium and send their sell-out crowd home in raptures with a first ever
> > victory over the mighty New Zealanders."

> >http://www.rugbywa.com.au/news/2010/ewf_news/april/crusaders_match_re...

> Bam Bam Pocock was really impressive. ?He looked more influential than
> McCaw who just doesn't seem so formidable under the new rules. ?Mind
> you, Carter doesn't look as formidable either, so maybe it's not
> really the new rules so much as age. ?2011 a bridge to far for these
> Kiwi stars?

Going on performances so far this season, Lord Shiney is of the view
that Carter needs to start worrying about 2010, never mind 2011. He's
so far off the pace that a trip to join Weepu, Leonard, and Kahui in
the ABs-sitting-on-the-S14-bench club is no longer the far-fetched
scenario it once was.
 
 
 

Force v Crusaders

Post by Uncle Dav » Sun, 25 Apr 2010 20:02:21


Quote:
> A new milestone for the embattled Western Force. Heady times in WA!

> "The Emirates Western Force has pulled off an incredible come from
> behind win to topple the top of the table Crusaders 24-16 at ME Bank
> Stadium and send their sell-out crowd home in raptures with a first ever
> victory over the mighty New Zealanders."

> http://www.rugbywa.com.au/news/2010/ewf_news/april/crusaders_match_re...

The only one I've got right so far this week :-(

UD

 
 
 

Force v Crusaders

Post by Uncle Dav » Sun, 25 Apr 2010 20:03:15


Quote:



> > A new milestone for the embattled Western Force. Heady times in WA!

> > "The Emirates Western Force has pulled off an incredible come from
> > behind win to topple the top of the table Crusaders 24-16 at ME Bank
> > Stadium and send their sell-out crowd home in raptures with a first ever
> > victory over the mighty New Zealanders."

> >http://SportToday.org/

> I was FLABBERGASTED when I got home & heard the Force - 'saders
> result, even tho' I'd wondered if / suspected that an almighty upset
> may not be in the offing. ?The Force were just too bad to be true last
> week. ?Vigorous bounceback seemed likely.

> Excellent result & well done Westralians...

> CP

> Yea watch the replay aqnd you'll see why they lost.
> Kraplan is the biggest***that ever refereed rugby.

Can I quote you on that?

UD

 
 
 

Force v Crusaders

Post by Greig Blanchet » Mon, 26 Apr 2010 04:34:45

On Sat, 24 Apr 2010 03:48:07 -0700 (PDT), lord shineything

Quote:



>> > A new milestone for the embattled Western Force. Heady times in WA!

>> > "The Emirates Western Force has pulled off an incredible come from
>> > behind win to topple the top of the table Crusaders 24-16 at ME Bank
>> > Stadium and send their sell-out crowd home in raptures with a first ever
>> > victory over the mighty New Zealanders."

>> >http://www.rugbywa.com.au/news/2010/ewf_news/april/crusaders_match_re...

>> Bam Bam Pocock was really impressive. He looked more influential than
>> McCaw who just doesn't seem so formidable under the new rules. Mind
>> you, Carter doesn't look as formidable either, so maybe it's not
>> really the new rules so much as age. 2011 a bridge to far for these
>> Kiwi stars?

>Going on performances so far this season, Lord Shiney is of the view
>that Carter needs to start worrying about 2010, never mind 2011. He's
>so far off the pace that a trip to join Weepu, Leonard, and Kahui in
>the ABs-sitting-on-the-S14-bench club is no longer the far-fetched
>scenario it once was.

Given that he peaked in 2005, this was pretty much to be expected.
He's been running on reputation and hype ever since.

Aaron Cruden is looking more and more the goods.

All we need is a reliable kicker.

BTW was anybody really surprised that the Crusaders lost when Jack got
a start? I've yet to see someone come back from the NH a better
player. Once you're gone, you're gone for good. That would be my rule.

--
greig

 
 
 

Force v Crusaders

Post by lord shineythin » Mon, 26 Apr 2010 06:03:47


Quote:
> On Sat, 24 Apr 2010 03:48:07 -0700 (PDT), lord shineything




> >> > A new milestone for the embattled Western Force. Heady times in WA!

> >> > "The Emirates Western Force has pulled off an incredible come from
> >> > behind win to topple the top of the table Crusaders 24-16 at ME Bank
> >> > Stadium and send their sell-out crowd home in raptures with a first ever
> >> > victory over the mighty New Zealanders."

> >> >http://www.rugbywa.com.au/news/2010/ewf_news/april/crusaders_match_re...

> >> Bam Bam Pocock was really impressive. He looked more influential than
> >> McCaw who just doesn't seem so formidable under the new rules. Mind
> >> you, Carter doesn't look as formidable either, so maybe it's not
> >> really the new rules so much as age. 2011 a bridge to far for these
> >> Kiwi stars?

> >Going on performances so far this season, Lord Shiney is of the view
> >that Carter needs to start worrying about 2010, never mind 2011. He's
> >so far off the pace that a trip to join Weepu, Leonard, and Kahui in
> >the ABs-sitting-on-the-S14-bench club is no longer the far-fetched
> >scenario it once was.

> Given that he peaked in 2005, this was pretty much to be expected.
> He's been running on reputation and hype ever since.

> Aaron Cruden is looking more and more the goods.

> All we need is a reliable kicker.

Lord Shiney would say the one thing (other than past performance)
that's keeping Carter at the top of the AB list is that there's no
feasible replacement.  Cruden can look all-star when a match
degenerates into a no-tackling try-fest like last night's, but he's
looked no better than all-at-sea in more rigorous contests. And it's
the latter that are a far better indication of how one might go in
international rugby. Basically, Cruden has yet to demonstrate he has
any sort of a kicking game (including goal kicking) and his defense is
dodgy, to put it mildly. Promising, but with a long way to go, would
be Lord Shiney's assessment at this stage.

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Quote:

> BTW was anybody really surprised that the Crusaders lost when Jack got
> a start? I've yet to see someone come back from the NH a better
> player. Once you're gone, you're gone for good. That would be my rule.

> --
> greig

 
 
 

Force v Crusaders

Post by Matu » Mon, 26 Apr 2010 12:00:10



Quote:



> > A new milestone for the embattled Western Force. Heady times in WA!

> > "The Emirates Western Force has pulled off an incredible come from
> > behind win to topple the top of the table Crusaders 24-16 at ME Bank
> > Stadium and send their sell-out crowd home in raptures with a first ever
> > victory over the mighty New Zealanders."

> >http://SportToday.org/

> I was FLABBERGASTED when I got home & heard the Force - 'saders
> result, even tho' I'd wondered if / suspected that an almighty upset
> may not be in the offing. The Force were just too bad to be true last
> week. Vigorous bounceback seemed likely.

> Excellent result & well done Westralians...

> CP

> Yea watch the replay aqnd you'll see why they lost.
> Kraplan is the biggest***that ever refereed rugby.

Can I quote you on that?

UD

I'll rephrase that, Kraplan is the biggest***that ever refereed rugby
along with Waynker Barnes.
Quote that bottyboy!!!