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Proud Parent's Thread

Discussion in 'Everything Else' started by Aussie D, Apr 11, 2013.

  1. amirite Chilla Wilson (44)

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    I can see this is old but it sickens me.

    U10s (and I'm pretty sure all junior grades up to U14s) have rollings subs.

    Not good enough from the coach and we see Aus rugby lose a player.
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  2. Aussie D Dick Tooth (41)

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    my eldesr boy has started playing cricket and is enjoying it. Plays for the school side in the local comp. Even though he struggles batting and bowling the coach lets him do both in the game as he is all about letting the boys have a go. Scored his first run last week. After his unfortunate rugby experience last year I was really appreciative to see him get a game. Kudos to the coach of the other team last week who was giving him tips during the gane.

    my youngest has been put into rugbytots and is loving it. my wife took him last week and was really happy I had put him in after being a liitle apprehensive at first.
  3. Aussie D Dick Tooth (41)

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    My two oldest kids have taken up hockey, the oldest is loving it whilst my daughter is enjoying the social aspects of it They are both in good teams and getting good coaching, my daughter managed to get past two defenders on Saturday before a third joined in and the three of them worked together to get the ball off her. She has won a few short corners for the team which she is proud of. My eldest loves it and gets in to have a go, just needs to improve his positioning and he'll be right.
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  4. Dismal Pillock Peter Sullivan (51)

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    Hockey's weird. They're all holding sticks. Much threatening goes on? Three of them corner someone and it's "ok, we can do this the easy way or the hard way..."

    Oh, hold on, I get it, that's what "short corner" means, right?
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