New Zealand had superior teams to the opposition in the past few World Cups but they faltered because they lacked the essential spirit that Munster demonstrated

25 May 2006


Although I continue to be delighra and exi’ra[1] over Munster’s win, it has had a negative impact on my life. Well, a positive and negative. See publicity for Munster means that people are searching for Munster related stuff on the net, so some find their way here. Which is good, although they do all seem to be the silent type. But it means that my stats are so boring. All they say is search strings for Paul O’Connell[2] or Peter Stringer[3] although I did get one mildly amusing one which was, and I quote “Ronan O’Gara what does he do”

He plays rugby.

What, you were expecting more? If so go to wikipedia for a look at their definition of a Fly-half, although seeing as he plays in Ireland Ronan is actually an Out-half. Don’t worry, its the same position, just a different name. Basically that means he does all the kicking. And organising. And he scores many many points. He is the highest scorer in the European Cup as well. Which is nice.


  1. I’ve no idea how that should be spelt. Dublin pronunciation of delighted and excited
  2. all bow down and worship
  3. who really can’t break can he

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5 Responses

  1. NineMoons says:

    Hey – just a heads up – am feeling a bit dodgy at the moment – it might pass by five o'clock but if it doesn't, I'll have to go home instead of going to the kino with you :-( Hoping I'll feel better soon – am taking druuuuuuuugs now – will keep you posted.
    Pray for me…

  2. weenie says:

    A belated well done to Munster!

  3. Fence says:

    Thanks weenie.

  4. Meg says:

    Ronan O'Gara can't break either, bless him. Although given that I'm a massive fan of the fella I think he can be forgiven ;)

    Up Munster!

  5. Fence says:

    Hey Meg, thanks for stopping by. ROG doesn't need to break, just needs to kick like he usually does :)