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6N 2017: Scotland vs Wales, 25th Feb

Post by bsando on Mon 20 Feb 2017, 11:04 am

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Scotland vs Wales


Date: Saturday 25th February 2017
Venue: BT Murrayfield Stadium, Edinburgh
Kick Off: 2:25pm
Referee: John Lacey (Ireland)
TV Coverage: Live on BBC

Weather Update


Teams

Scotland

1. Gordon Reid (Glasgow Warriors)
2. Faiser Brown (Glasgow Warriors)
3. Zander Fagerson (Glasgow Warriors)
4. Richie Gray (Toulouse)
5. Johnny Gray (Glasgow Warriors)
6. John Barclay (C) (Scarlets)
7. John Hardie (Edinburgh)
8. Ryan Wilson (Glasgow Warriors)

9. Ali Price (Glasgow Warriors)
10. Finn Russell (Glasgow Warriors)
11. Tim Visser (Harlequins)
12. Alex Dunbar (Glasgow Warriors)
13. Huw Jones (Stormers)
14. Tommy Seymour (Glasgow Warriors)
15. Stuart Hogg (Glasgow Warriors)

Replacements

16 Ross Ford (Edinburgh)
17 Allan Dell (Edinburgh)
18 Simon Berghan (Edinburgh)
19 Tim Swinson (Glasgow Warriors)
20 Hamish Watson (Edinburgh)
21 Henry Pyrgos (Glasgow Warriors)
22 Duncan Weir (Edinburgh)
23 Mark Bennett (Glasgow Warriors)


Wales

1 Rob Evans (Scarlets)
2 Ken Owens (Scarlets)
3 Tomas Francis (Exeter Chiefs)
4 Jake Ball (Scarlets)
5 Alun Wyn Jones (C) (Ospreys)
6 Sam Warburton (Cardiff Blues)
7 Justin Tipuric (Ospreys)
8 Ross Moriarty (Gloucester)

9 Rhys Webb (Ospreys)
10 Dan Biggar (Ospreys)
11 Liam Williams (Scarlets)
12 Scott Williams (Scarlets)
13 Jonathan Davies (Scarlets)
14 George North (Northampton)
15 Leigh Halfpenny (Toulon)

Replacements

16 Scott Baldwin (Ospreys)
17 Nicky Smith (Ospreys)
18 Samson Lee (Scarlets)
19 Luke Charteris (Bath)
20 Taulupe Faletau (Dragons)
21 Gareth Davies (Scarlets)
22 Sam Davies (Ospreys)
23 Jamie Roberts (Harlequins)


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Re: 6N 2017: Scotland vs Wales, 25th Feb

Post by Scottrf on Wed 22 Feb 2017, 3:20 pm

tigertattie wrote:I said on the France thread that we are getting mullered in the scrum because the other sides we've faced so far have cheated while we havn't!

Needs to be addressed!
Yeah, you need to start cheating.

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Re: 6N 2017: Scotland vs Wales, 25th Feb

Post by Griff on Wed 22 Feb 2017, 3:40 pm

Scottrf wrote:
tigertattie wrote:I said on the France thread that we are getting mullered in the scrum because the other sides we've faced so far have cheated while we havn't!

Needs to be addressed!
Yeah, you need to start cheating.


Yeah, but not against Wales! Wait til the game after us instead. Please.

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Re: 6N 2017: Scotland vs Wales, 25th Feb

Post by Griff on Wed 22 Feb 2017, 3:41 pm

funnyExiledScot wrote:
Scottrf wrote:Another rule is you have to have had a serious offer from a Welsh club. I think that's why Charteris doesn't count.

Do the WRU not deem offers from the Dragons to be "serious offers"?? Wouldn't surprise me.

I actually think it's a good rule, but the caveats make it all rather pointless.


We offered him £100 per week wages and a discount card for Boomers chip shop. That's a serious offer in my book.

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Re: 6N 2017: Scotland vs Wales, 25th Feb

Post by munkian on Wed 22 Feb 2017, 3:47 pm

Is Boomers still going ? Shocked
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Re: 6N 2017: Scotland vs Wales, 25th Feb

Post by Griff on Wed 22 Feb 2017, 3:55 pm

munkian wrote:Is Boomers still going ? Shocked

Still knocking out the cheese, chips and gravy!

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Re: 6N 2017: Scotland vs Wales, 25th Feb

Post by jimbopip on Wed 22 Feb 2017, 5:09 pm

funnyExiledScot wrote:
RDW_Scotland wrote:Shots fired by Gordie Reid

Asked how he would describe the Welsh scrummaging style, he replied: "Erm, interesting. Yeah, interesting.

"We always look to be legal and do everything by the book. It's just the Scottish way. We don't look to take shortcuts - we grit our teeth and do things the hard way.

"Is that the wrong thing to do when you compare it to some of the methods used by other sides? Not really. We just need to work a bit harder. If there is a problem, we'll get there."

I'd be disappointed if we were in fact trying to scrummaging legally given every other team will be doing all they can to gain an advantage - legal or otherwise!

Surprising to hear mind games coming from Gordy Reid. I didn't think he had it in him!!

Aye, Shrek must be mixing with some real intellectuals these days.




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Re: 6N 2017: Scotland vs Wales, 25th Feb

Post by True Raven on Wed 22 Feb 2017, 7:59 pm

Hazel Sapling wrote:Have Moriarty, Halfpenny and Francis all decided to move back to Wales next season? There was talk around all 3 at one point or another from my faulty memory.

If it was enforced with only 4 available, who makes it? I would think Halfpenny, Francis, Moriarty and Faletau/North fighting it out for the last spot.

Francis signed a new contract before it all kicked in so he will be exempt. Halfpenny wants to come back but according to Simon Thomas wants his contract to end mid way through the year so can join super rugby towards the end of his career and moriarty is contracted to Gloucester for one more season and will be exempt from the law as the contract was signed before.

It will be faletau, north, Liam Williams and Roberts I imagine.....hopefully Roberts will eventually be fazed out

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Re: 6N 2017: Scotland vs Wales, 25th Feb

Post by majesticimperialman on Wed 22 Feb 2017, 9:13 pm

I see George North is in with a chance of starting for Wales this week.


To be honest all ways thought Wales would get North ready for this week end's game....even if it mean't him being out there with a Zimmer Frame.

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Re: 6N 2017: Scotland vs Wales, 25th Feb

Post by Griff on Wed 22 Feb 2017, 9:48 pm

majesticimperialman wrote:I see George North is in with a chance of starting for Wales this week.


To be honest all ways thought Wales would get North ready for this week end's game....even if it mean't him being out there with a Zimmer Frame.

It was a dead leg. Hardly injury of the century. I used to get them all the time in school Smile

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Re: 6N 2017: Scotland vs Wales, 25th Feb

Post by Gwlad on Wed 22 Feb 2017, 9:51 pm

Wasn't a dead leg, it was a hematoma, totally different.


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Re: 6N 2017: Scotland vs Wales, 25th Feb

Post by maestegmafia on Thu 23 Feb 2017, 6:25 am

Gwlad wrote:Wasn't a dead leg, it was a hematoma, totally different.


Good to see his fit though..

Also good to see young Keenan Giles looking sharp vs Munster last weekend.

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Re: 6N 2017: Scotland vs Wales, 25th Feb

Post by George Carlin on Thu 23 Feb 2017, 6:46 am

Just a minute. You can't suddenly change your strategy and play two decent wingers against us.
#JusticeForCuthbert
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Re: 6N 2017: Scotland vs Wales, 25th Feb

Post by maestegmafia on Thu 23 Feb 2017, 6:51 am

George Carlin wrote:Just a minute. You can't suddenly change your strategy and play two decent wingers against us.
#JusticeForCuthbert

GC you'll get to see Alex Cuthbert on Friday in a blue shirt or if George gets a knock in the warm up. He played a great game last week. I hope he does this week too. If he gets his form on track he can be a decent player.

when are the Scott's announcing their team?

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Re: 6N 2017: Scotland vs Wales, 25th Feb

Post by munkian on Thu 23 Feb 2017, 8:04 am

maestegmafia wrote:
George Carlin wrote:Just a minute. You can't suddenly change your strategy and play two decent wingers against us.
#JusticeForCuthbert

GC you'll get to see Alex Cuthbert on Friday in a blue shirt or if George gets a knock in the warm up. He played a great game last week. I hope he does this week too. If he gets his form on track he can be a decent player.

when are the Scott's announcing their team?

At the last minute - they are frantically trawling Ancestry.com as we speak to find some replacement SH backrowers with Scottish grannies Very Happy
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Re: 6N 2017: Scotland vs Wales, 25th Feb

Post by maestegmafia on Thu 23 Feb 2017, 8:18 am

munkian wrote:
maestegmafia wrote:
George Carlin wrote:Just a minute. You can't suddenly change your strategy and play two decent wingers against us.
#JusticeForCuthbert

GC you'll get to see Alex Cuthbert on Friday in a blue shirt or if George gets a knock in the warm up. He played a great game last week. I hope he does this week too. If he gets his form on track he can be a decent player.

when are the Scott's announcing their team?

At the last minute - they are frantically trawling Ancestry.com as we speak to find some replacement SH backrowers with Scottish grannies Very Happy

Practically every kiwi has Scot's ancestry, you'll be fine.

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Re: 6N 2017: Scotland vs Wales, 25th Feb

Post by Griff on Thu 23 Feb 2017, 8:32 am

Gwlad wrote:Wasn't a dead leg, it was a hematoma, totally different.


They're not totally different. You can get a haematoma as a result of the impact that caused the dead leg. So it's likely that if he had a haematoma then he also had a dead leg.

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Re: 6N 2017: Scotland vs Wales, 25th Feb

Post by chris_501 on Thu 23 Feb 2017, 8:37 am

Interesting with the call from Howley with Faletau on the bench. He is rewarding the form of the other 3 back rowers, which I like. The same with Jake Ball. We need to develop the culture of forcing players out of their shirt by the strength of other performances. I think this has driven Biggar on to improve his game.

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Re: 6N 2017: Scotland vs Wales, 25th Feb

Post by BigTrevsbigmac on Thu 23 Feb 2017, 8:43 am

chris_501 wrote:Interesting with the call from Howley with Faletau on the bench. He is rewarding the form of the other 3 back rowers, which I like. The same with Jake Ball. We need to develop the culture of forcing players out of their shirt by the strength of other performances. I think this has driven Biggar on to improve his game.

I doubt if Moriarty felt that way when he was subbed off though.

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Re: 6N 2017: Scotland vs Wales, 25th Feb

Post by Griff on Thu 23 Feb 2017, 8:45 am

chris_501 wrote:Interesting with the call from Howley with Faletau on the bench. He is rewarding the form of the other 3 back rowers, which I like. The same with Jake Ball. We need to develop the culture of forcing players out of their shirt by the strength of other performances. I think this has driven Biggar on to improve his game.

Totally agree Chris. Was discussing this with some friends yesterday. I think Gats would have put Faletau back in as soon as fit regardless of the form and performances of the stand in 8 (Moriaty in this instance). Same with Ball, as you say. And he'd probably allow the two poor props from the Italy game a chance to redeem themselves by starting against England. But Howley dropped them and started the replacement props instead as they appeared to be much stronger in the scrum.. So Howley seems to be rewarding form which is what we've called for all along. Deserves some credit there I reckon.

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Re: 6N 2017: Scotland vs Wales, 25th Feb

Post by TightHEAD on Thu 23 Feb 2017, 9:00 am

So glad Bigger is in. Best player Wales have.
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Re: 6N 2017: Scotland vs Wales, 25th Feb

Post by RDW_Scotland on Thu 23 Feb 2017, 9:08 am

Team announcement day!

Who would people like to see captain?

I'd go for John Barclay - he is a grizzled warrior who will lead from the front but is also intelligent to talk to the ref and influence the team. Jonny's time will come but I think JB should take this one.

What a turnaround it would be for Barclay - international wilderness for so long and then captain!

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Re: 6N 2017: Scotland vs Wales, 25th Feb

Post by nickj on Thu 23 Feb 2017, 9:19 am

I'm torn, my heart says Gray. He's flourished in the position at Glasgow and there is no reason to believe the national team captaincy won't have a similar effect. I have a feeling Greig will retire at the end of the season to concentrate on Clermont, so his long term successor should step up now. Barcs is 30 so he would only be stopgap.

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Re: 6N 2017: Scotland vs Wales, 25th Feb

Post by RDW_Scotland on Thu 23 Feb 2017, 9:23 am

nickj wrote:I'm torn, my heart says Gray. He's flourished in the position at Glasgow and there is no reason to believe the national team captaincy won't have a similar effect. I have a feeling Greig will retire at the end of the season to concentrate on Clermont, so his long term successor should step up now. Barcs is 30 so he would only be stopgap.

Greig has said in recent interviews that he wants to play for Scotland until the next world cup and Clermont are aware of that

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Re: 6N 2017: Scotland vs Wales, 25th Feb

Post by nickj on Thu 23 Feb 2017, 9:26 am

Really? Ok. I still think Gray is the heir apparent and will be our captain when this team reaches its peak

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Re: 6N 2017: Scotland vs Wales, 25th Feb

Post by Tattie Scones RRN on Thu 23 Feb 2017, 9:29 am

After reading Tom English's article this morning, I'd go for Gray Jnr.

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Re: 6N 2017: Scotland vs Wales, 25th Feb

Post by RuggerRadge2611 on Thu 23 Feb 2017, 9:36 am

Tattie Scones RRN wrote:After reading Tom English's article this morning, I'd go for Gray Jnr.

Yeah that was a real good article.

http://www.bbc.co.uk/sport/rugby-union/39057852

BBC Tom English wrote:If he reads this, which he probably won't, Jonny Gray will hate it. He'll hate the fuss and bother, the compliments, the chat about his burgeoning reputation, the stuff about his work-rate and his tackle stats and the talk about the Lions. Above all, he'll hate the talk about the Lions.

We know this because when you mention the Lions and his prospects of selection for the summer tour to New Zealand he bows his head and says: "No, no, no" as if embarrassed. No what? Just no.

Many will already have him on the plane, but these things are never straightforward and you could argue that never in the history of the Lions has the position of second row been so strong and, therefore, so unpredictable.

"No, no, no." Actually, he's right. Why go there? Why even think about it when the competition is so savage? On Saturday at Murrayfield there'll be five second rows who deserve to be in the conversation - the two Grays (Jonny and his older brother Richie), Alun Wyn Jones (the only certainty), Jake Ball and Luke Charteris. England can offer up another four names - Joe Launchbury, Courtney Lawes, George Kruis and Maro Itoje. Ireland can put in two - Devin Toner and Donnacha Ryan, so immense in victory when Ireland beat the All Blacks in Chicago in November. That's 11 players with probably just five slots available. Cruel doesn't cover it.

Gray brings all sorts of things to the table. He's joint leading tackler in this season's Six Nations and the leading tackler in this season's Champions Cup. Against France in Paris he made 15 tackles, against Ireland in Edinburgh he made 27. This is the stuff of geeks but it's worth crunching these numbers to get an angle on how effective this 22-year-old is.

He's played 30 times for Scotland and a total of 1,953 minutes. He's made 382 tackles at Test match level and has missed just eight. He has a 98% tackle success rate. And that's just one of the facets of his game that is making him one of the most talked-about young players in Europe.

Gray would rather speak about family and responsibility. He was not born into rugby. He went to a regular school, in a regular area in Glasgow. No silver spoon, no easy leg-up. He talks about his late grandmother, Jean Walker, as one of the great influences of his life.

"She was the rock of our family," he says. "She taught us all that if you want to achieve something then you had to work really hard to get it. That was instilled in Rich before me.

"I used to watch him playing for Glasgow when I was younger and I'd see how hard he worked, how he was doing extra fitness sessions, extra speed sessions, how he changed his diet, how he lived. I've been very lucky to be able to learn from my brother and from guys like Al Kellock, my old captain, at Glasgow. I've learned from a lot of people. I've still got loads to learn."

This isn't false modesty, this is a genuine discomfort about the hype and hoopla that continues to surround him. You ask which would he rather face - an in-depth interview with a journalist or an almighty tackle from an 18st prop and he smiles. "Neither," he says. No offence meant and none taken. That's Jonny.

Kellock, now on the commercial side of the business at Glasgow, remembers when he first heard about the younger Gray. "Richie told me," he said.

"Richie doesn't say a lot either, but he told me one day about his brother, who was about 14 or 15 at the time. Richie said, 'He'll be a different type of player to me, different body shape, but he'll be good'. He wasn't going overboard. They don't do that, these lads. They're very, very grounded. But it stuck with me. I waited for the second Gray brother to arrive on the scene and, sure enough, he did.

"I've been around Jonny a lot. He's like a human sponge for information. I think I knew he was going to become an exceptional player back in 2013. There's a game that stands out for me - Toulon away in Europe. We spoke before and I said to him that if you looked at all the great players they always stepped up for the really big games and that one against Toulon was a really big game.

"We were well beaten in the first half but were good in the second and Jonny was terrific all the way through. He was only a kid. I chatted to him in the airport for at least an hour on the way back and he was devastated. You'd have totally understood if he was buzzing because of his own performance, but he wasn't. It was all about the team. He got the team ethic, right from the start."

Gregor Townsend made him captain at Glasgow, not just because of his ability but because of his standards, his constant striving to be better.

"He's getting better all the time," Townsend said. "His understanding of calling the line-out, understanding his own strengths, the strengths of the players around him, his work at scrum, his work at line-out drive, his work at drive defence. These are parts of second-row play that maybe don't get seen as much as tackling and ball-carrying, but he's really improved.

"He's always been somebody who wants to add something to his game, it might be footwork, little short passes, restarts, charge downs. Everybody talks about his defence, but the thing that has improved most is his tackle dominance.

"The tackle count is phenomenal but he's using much more aggression in the tackle. And his speed off the floor is exceptional. If you're getting those tackle numbers then you're not spending much time on the floor. You're getting up to carry, getting up to tackle, getting up to work. His standards are phenomenal."


Jonny has formed an effective second-row partnership with older brother Richie for Scotland
Gray is not slow to engage in a bit of gently mocking humour. "I'm not the best at talking," he smiles, but he's getting better. "Some guys are great at it, but I'm not the best at that sort of stuff."

The curious thing, though, is that he has a presence - and it's not just a physical presence. He has an indefinable quality and when you mention it to Townsend and Kellock they know exactly where you're coming from.

"There's something about him," said Townsend. "Many captains have been like that. Jonny is in the mould of a Gary Armstrong. Gary was our captain when we won the championship in 1999 team and he probably didn't say any more than he would have if he wasn't captain, but you'd follow him all day. He had that quality.

"Martin Johnson is another one. I was only captained by him with the Lions in 1997 and it was early in his captaincy days. He didn't say much, but he knew his rugby, he was tough and he was a brilliant leader by example. Jonny is one of those captains."


Kellock calls Gray the type of character that you'd "run through a brick wall for, only to realise that he'd run through it before you".

The boy himself? He's got some parting words about the "living legend" Alun Wyn Jones and the "class" that is Ball and Charteris. He's played against them all for Scotland in the last two seasons and will do so again on Saturday. He has nothing but respect for them. The feeling, you would have to imagine, is mutual.

I'd personally go for Barcs though. That guy is a phenomenal player and I genuinely cannot remember the last time he had a bad game for Scotland.
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Re: 6N 2017: Scotland vs Wales, 25th Feb

Post by tigertattie on Thu 23 Feb 2017, 10:23 am

I'd go for Bracs or Gray as I'd say both would make excellent captains!
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Re: 6N 2017: Scotland vs Wales, 25th Feb

Post by bsando on Thu 23 Feb 2017, 10:29 am

You'd think Tom English would be in the know of who will be Scotland captain so I am expecting J Gray to be captain, good call if true! Could be the start of something special if Scotland go on to play well and win on Saturday!

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Re: 6N 2017: Scotland vs Wales, 25th Feb

Post by Tattie Scones RRN on Thu 23 Feb 2017, 10:43 am

It's potentially going to be bitter/sweet on Saturday.

The elation of seeing Scotland score, followed by the horror of watching them f**k the restart up.

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Re: 6N 2017: Scotland vs Wales, 25th Feb

Post by tigertattie on Thu 23 Feb 2017, 10:50 am

Again we've been too honest in this area!

You need to put blockers in place of the player that is going to catch the ball! But we just stand where we are and say "Oh look, Ritchie is going to catch that. I'll stand here out of the way in case he fancies running it back"
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Re: 6N 2017: Scotland vs Wales, 25th Feb

Post by munkian on Thu 23 Feb 2017, 11:26 am

tigertattie wrote:Again we've been too honest in this area!

You need to put blockers in place of the player that is going to catch the ball! But we just stand where we are and say "Oh look, Ritchie is going to catch that. I'll stand here out of the way in case he fancies running it back"

So is this 'Scotland aren't poopie, they are too honest' a 'thing' now then ?

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Re: 6N 2017: Scotland vs Wales, 25th Feb

Post by RDW_Scotland on Thu 23 Feb 2017, 11:30 am

BREAKING | Scotland to make five changes to starting line-up to face Wales. Selection and captaincy news coming very soon… #AsOne

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Re: 6N 2017: Scotland vs Wales, 25th Feb

Post by bsando on Thu 23 Feb 2017, 11:32 am

Barclay is captain
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Re: 6N 2017: Scotland vs Wales, 25th Feb

Post by RuggerRadge2611 on Thu 23 Feb 2017, 11:34 am

munkian wrote:
tigertattie wrote:Again we've been too honest in this area!

You need to put blockers in place of the player that is going to catch the ball! But we just stand where we are and say "Oh look, Ritchie is going to catch that. I'll stand here out of the way in case he fancies running it back"

So is this 'Scotland aren't poopie, they are too honest' a 'thing' now then ?


Thats always been a thing since Euan Murray retired.
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Re: 6N 2017: Scotland vs Wales, 25th Feb

Post by RDW_Scotland on Thu 23 Feb 2017, 11:35 am

EAM | Scotland subs v Wales:
16 Ford
17 @AllanDell_
18 @siberghan
19 Swinson
20 @hamishwatson7
21 Pyrgos
22 @duncan_weir
23 @MarkSBBennett

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Re: 6N 2017: Scotland vs Wales, 25th Feb

Post by GLove39 on Thu 23 Feb 2017, 11:35 am

In Barclay we trust!



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Re: 6N 2017: Scotland vs Wales, 25th Feb

Post by RDW_Scotland on Thu 23 Feb 2017, 11:37 am

6 Barclay (c)
7 Hardie
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Re: 6N 2017: Scotland vs Wales, 25th Feb

Post by RDW_Scotland on Thu 23 Feb 2017, 11:37 am

4 Gray
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Re: 6N 2017: Scotland vs Wales, 25th Feb

Post by RDW_Scotland on Thu 23 Feb 2017, 11:39 am

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Re: 6N 2017: Scotland vs Wales, 25th Feb

Post by munkian on Thu 23 Feb 2017, 11:41 am

GLove39 wrote:In Barclay we trust!


Welsh see Wales
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Re: 6N 2017: Scotland vs Wales, 25th Feb

Post by RDW_Scotland on Thu 23 Feb 2017, 11:41 am

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Re: 6N 2017: Scotland vs Wales, 25th Feb

Post by RDW_Scotland on Thu 23 Feb 2017, 11:41 am

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Re: 6N 2017: Scotland vs Wales, 25th Feb

Post by Cyril on Thu 23 Feb 2017, 11:42 am

Scotland like to drip-feed their squad announcements don't they? Smile

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Re: 6N 2017: Scotland vs Wales, 25th Feb

Post by munkian on Thu 23 Feb 2017, 11:42 am

RDW_Scotland wrote:EAM | Scotland subs v Wales:
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18 @siberghan
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20 @hamishwatson7
21 Pyrgos
22 @duncan_weir
23 @MarkSBBennett

Whats the betting odds on Weir being spotted eating something deep fried whilst on the subs bench ?
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Re: 6N 2017: Scotland vs Wales, 25th Feb

Post by R!skysports on Thu 23 Feb 2017, 11:42 am

Cyril wrote:Scotland like to drip-feed their squad announcements don't they? Smile

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Re: 6N 2017: Scotland vs Wales, 25th Feb

Post by R!skysports on Thu 23 Feb 2017, 11:43 am

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Cyril wrote:Scotland like to drip-feed their squad announcements don't they? Smile

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Re: 6N 2017: Scotland vs Wales, 25th Feb

Post by chris_501 on Thu 23 Feb 2017, 11:43 am

Ford, Swinson and Pyrgos have immediately gone up in my estimations.

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Re: 6N 2017: Scotland vs Wales, 25th Feb

Post by RDW_Scotland on Thu 23 Feb 2017, 11:43 am

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Re: 6N 2017: Scotland vs Wales, 25th Feb

Post by R!skysports on Thu 23 Feb 2017, 11:44 am

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Cyril wrote:Scotland like to drip-feed their squad announcements don't they? Smile

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Re: 6N 2017: Scotland vs Wales, 25th Feb

Post by Cyril on Thu 23 Feb 2017, 11:44 am

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Cyril wrote:Scotland like to drip-feed their squad announcements don't they? Smile

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