Couldn’t agree more RCR, let’s trot as the youngsters say. I was especially pleased to see young Mahoney have a blinder. School boys rugby will miss him when he leaves at the end of this month to pursue his new role as a voice actor in the new anime, “one piece, remastered”LETS TROT!!!!! SHORE BACK TO BACK WINS!!! NMNL!!!
Lovely to see the shore men back in high spirits. I have many friends from back in my day from shore, as a dedicated riverview fan (2002 i graduated) , it is always nice to see the shore men in high spirits.
Looked like a small grandstand railing collapsed at the end of the Joeys View game and some people fell from a fair height…hoping everyone’s ok
one broken finger, one concussion and plenty of shaken kidsDramatic footage shows the moment a stadium terrace holding fans collapsed, sending patrons face-first into the concrete below.www.dailymail.co.uk
Very rarely post but have to note that, based on his post, I doubt Rucksmen understands this forum very well. Over the years various people viewing it have lived in many different countries which have varying access to information due to, among other things, the limited internet available in developing countries. Due to that, they can't view real time coverage but do appreciate the banter that goes on here but love seeing the results. Some (myself included) truly appreciate the "Jokers" of this forum (and Joker is not the only one - each school has their standout here and I appreciate each and every one of them - though I do miss the grand ol' man from TAS. Anyone who's been here for a while will know of whom I write. Hope you can post again soon fine sir!). Do any of them "live vicariously through schoolboy rugby"? I would hazard a guess as "definitely not". They are providing a service that is appreciated by very many who are thankful. Life's little pleasures are few for many, and if one of them is enjoying hearing the results of rugby from a school one went to many a moon ago, along with a side of banter, then please let that keep going like a fine wine continues to gain flavour as the years pass. Please Rucksmen, keep that in mind, and that "banter" is "good-natured as in 'As the evening wore on there was a lot of good-natured banter', meaning it is of friendly conversation where people tell jokes and laugh at each other. Banter involves pulling other people's legs but any teasing is mild in nature and no malice is intended."How old are you joker? Do you live your life vicariously through schoolboys playing rugby?