This Weekend’s Matches: 1st-3rd March 2013

Rabo Pro12

Dragons v Leinster 19-26        
Scarlets v Edinburgh 14-13
Ulster v Treviso 29-29
Glasgow v Blues 29-13
Connacht v Zebre 23-19
Munster v Ospreys (Sat)

Aviva Premiership
Bath v Gloucester 31-25
Worcester v Wasps 29-23
Tigers v Sale (Sat)
Saints v London Irish (Sat)
Harlequins v Exeter (Sat)
Saracens v London Welsh (Sun)


Bayonne v Biarritz 6-6
Stade v Clermont (Sat)
Racing v Grenoble (Sat)
Mont de Marsan v Perpignan (Sat)
Castres v Montpellier (Sat)
Bordeaux v Agen (Sat)
Toulon v Toulouse (Sat)


Blues v Crusaders 34-15
Waratahs v Rebels 31-26
Reds v Hurricanes 18-12
Chiefs v Cheetahs 45-3
Bulls v Force (Sat)
Sharks v Stormers (Sat)

Obviously, Glasgow and Sarries will win comfortably.
Watched PooperScooper again this morning, almost saw some rugby in the second half.

Enjoy the Weekend’s Rugby All.

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307 Responses to This Weekend’s Matches: 1st-3rd March 2013

  1. avsfan says:

    The Passion of the Christ, I believe. An historically dubious, thinly disguised piece of anti-semitism with a disturbing sadistic bent. Refuse to sully my mind with anything by Mel Gibson nowadays.

  2. avsfan says:

    Butler says there is no room for utility players, then sticks Manu on the wing.

    Lloyd Williams over Laidlaw?

  3. Borderboy says:

    What? No Laidlaw in Eddie’s Lions group? Maybe he doesn’t come on here and listen to the experts after all. I think Laidlaw’s more likely to go than the likes of Beattie, even though I would like him to go as a Scot.

  4. tichtheid says:

    Laidlaw’s main quality as a scrum half is his ability to get the ball away quickly from the base, yet Butler picks other, slower, players on this criteria.


  5. refitman says:

    I still can’t get past the fact they published Eddie’s column with none of the ages or caps filled in. The Graun is properly living up to reputation there,

  6. avsfan says:

    As Aaron Smith illustrates, the ability to get the ball quickly away is the core skill of a scrum half, or should be.

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