9 October 2007
After we left the RWC and headed home I has to switch and support some other countries. As mentioned, I did the almost unthinkable and cheered on England against Australia. And what a match! And that was followed by France … Continue reading
21 September 2007
Yeah. So. Optimism… I think I’ll revert to my usual pessimism from now on.
18 September 2007
It is a bit chilly out this morning. But sunny so far, so its all good, plus, I suppose it is really and truly Autumn now, so I can’t complain. I know, I know, talking about the weather, not exactly … Continue reading
9 September 2007
Honesty from Eddie O’Sullivan; a shocking game. Not up to par. Etc. My opinion: Holy Fucking Jesus! 32-17! Christ on mother-fucking bike! Linknotes: – yes I may be over-reacting, but what was that? ↩
7 September 2007
Talk about entertaining rugby matches. Okay, so we might not have had the “free-flowing champagne” rugby that certain quarters yearn for, but for sheer tension and not knowing what was going to happen this opener to the World Cup was … Continue reading
7 September 2007
As you can see I’ve changed the header because the 2007 RWC kicks off today. I’ve also finally gotten around to adding a link to The Fear of God that’ll stay over there on the right for the duration of the competition.
I was talking to one of the students about Ireland’s chances, and over the course of our conversation we got on to the subject of Croke Park and the IRFU and FAI using the GAA ground. And do you know what he said? That he would never go near Croke Park, that the GAA “shower” would never get any money off him, weren’t they all bigots. That he had no time at all for the GAA. Can you tell where he was from?
But of course, a southside Dubliner:”(yes yes, there are normal southsiders too, but this is such a cliche)”:.
4 September 2007
Attn:This will be nothing more than a boring whats going on post. No complaining now:, you’ve been warned. Work is loike, mad busy, roight. Full of scrambling about and nagging lecturers to send me their course outlines. And, apart from … Continue reading
22 November 2003
So the IRB RWC 2003 is at an end. Okay so the 3rd place play off still has to come, doesn’t it? but in reality the competition is all over. All the pre-match verbal skirmishes came down to these last … Continue reading
16 November 2003
Well France played England today, and I actually got out of bed before 9 on a Sunday morning to watch a match that Ireland were not involved in. Wish I hadn’t. I really did think that France were a lot … Continue reading
10 November 2003
Well, we lost against France, and although I think the entire country hoped for more in reality we cannot complain, we were outplayed. I really do think now that France are the team to beat, and would like to see … Continue reading