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New Zealand's All Blacks of course!!!! :)

Most neutrals' favourite I am pretty sure.;)

Unfortunately, they are big-time chokers too. Always favourite for the World Cup but.... :( :eek:
 

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watch northampton saints a few times a season . you can get a beer and drink it in a standing area with mixed fans . wouldnt it be great if football was like that ? even kettering our nearest non league club had 8 arrests this weekend for hooliganism
 

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I only watch England and the British Lions - I don't follow any of the clubs. Although I did go to see the Leicester Tigers v Sale Sharks a few months ago because I got an invite.
 

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I enjoyed playing when i was in school, but don't watch it, unless England are playing in the World Cup.

I really enjoyed playing it, when it was pouring with rain; really windy and muddy everywhere and of course the crunching tackles. Absolutely wonderful. :D A Man's game.
 

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I love rugby, great sport when you can physical and dish out the beatings :D
I played in school and was a few years behind Denis Hickie, who was one of the
best Irish players ever.
I follow Leinster and Ireland but want Munster to win the Heineken cup.
Its been disappointing the last few years for Irish rugby, especially the World
Cup which was a disaster but hey we still got a good team, so they will be back.
I play Tag rugby myself and its so much fun and very competitive.
Id recommend it to anyone and a great way to keep fit. :)
 

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i like watch and play basketball.but i don't play it recently.when the Yao ming injuried .our dorm drop out of watching the houston rocket's games.but we will support it and our national team.
 

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Jazz 16 said:
I play Tag rugby myself and its so much fun and very competitive.
Id recommend it to anyone and a great way to keep fit. :)
I've just found some basic info about Tag rugby and it seems to be an interesting game for bunch of friends....but...I can't still imagine "non-contact rugby" :confused:
Rugby without tackle isn't rugby..
 

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I loved playing rugby at school but haven't played it since.

I usually played hooker or prop and I'll always remember the time the scrum collapsed and my side just kept pushing. I was face down in the mud ploughing my way through the field!

I was covered in so much mud after that my own mother wouldn't have recognised me!!!
 

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Lawbreaker1944 said:
I've just found some basic info about Tag rugby and it seems to be an interesting game for bunch of friends....but...I can't still imagine "non-contact rugby" :confused:
Rugby without tackle isn't rugby..
There is no tackling because girls can play too.....
Its great fun trying to get the tags, lots of diving 'tackles' or tags get done
and its pretty intense ;)
 

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never played for a team........hated the rule wher you can only pass back! :p

Play with my mates now and again, but I can think of three sports ahead of it!

1. Football
2. Gaelic Football
3. Ice-Hockey
 
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