Sale Sharks v London Wasps

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  1. Bullitt

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    Other Round 9 Fixtures

    Friday, 27 November 2009

    Sale Sharks v London Wasps
    Newcastle Falcons v Northampton Saints
    Worcester Warriors v Saracens

    Saturday, 28 November 2009

    Harlequins v Gloucester Rugby
    Leicester Tigers v Leeds Carnegie
    Bath Rugby v London Irish
     
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  3. Bullitt

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    London Wasps team to face Sale Sharks at Edgeley Park in the Guinness Premiership on Friday 27th November, KO 7.45pm, is:

    15. Mark Van Gisbergen
    14. Paul Sackey
    13. Dominic Waldouck
    12. Steve Kefu
    11. Tom Varndell
    10. Dave Walder
    9. Joe Simpson

    1. Tim Payne
    2. Rob Webber
    3. Ben Broster
    4. Simon Shaw
    5. George Skivington
    6. John Hart
    7. Serge Betsen ©
    8. Dan Ward-Smith

    16. Joe Ward
    17. Charlie Beech
    18. Bob Baker
    19. Richard Birkett
    20. Dan Leo
    21. James Honeyben
    22. Eoghan Hickey
    23. Ben Jacobs
     
  4. Bullitt

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    Sale Team
    15. Marika Vakacegu,
    14. Mark Cueto,
    13. Mathew Tait,
    12. Lee Thomas/David Bishop,
    11. Ben Cohen,
    10. Charlie Hodgson,
    9. Richard Wigglesworth,
    1. Eifion Roberts,
    2. Neil Briggs,
    3. Jack Forster,
    4. Dean Schofield,
    5. Sean Cox,
    6. Carl Fearns,
    7. Luke Abraham,
    8. Sisa Koyamaibole

    Replacements
    Marc Jones, Rob O'Donnell, Martin Halsall, James Gaskell, David Seymour, Chris Leck, Chris Bell, Nick Macleod

    Stand By Players
    Gavin Kerr, Kristian Ormsby, Ed Styles and Oriol Ripol
     
  5. Bullitt

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    That team really sums up just how bad things are in Stockport right now.
     
  6. Bullitt

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    http://www.guinnesspremiership.com/rugby/12233.php

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    Preview: Sale Sharks v London Wasps

    Sale have won three of their last four encounters with Wasps, whilst the Londoners have not tasted victory at Edgeley Park since a 27-25 win on 25 March 2005.
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    Sale Sharks have now secured back to back victories in the Guinness Premiership, over Gloucester and Leeds. The Sharks have won their last three matches at Edgeley Park in all competitions since London Irish won there, 11-8, in the Premiership on 2 October.

    London Wasps have slipped to successive defeats in the Guinness Premiership, against Leeds and Saracens. Wasps have won two of their last three away matches in the Premiership, the reversal being 16-28 at London Irish on 27 September.

    Referee: David Rose (73rd Premiership game)
     
  7. Olyy

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    Hopefully we can continue our winning streak (beating the team thats last in the premiership twice in a row counts as a streak, right?)
    We've been playing quite well during the AIs, so hopefully the Internationals coming back won't disturb things too much
    That's the best team they could field, with Sheridan out and Peel off with Wales (though i do rate Wigglesworth, at club level), though i may have started Gaskell
     
  8. Bullitt

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    So, Sale and the ref want to play but Wasps refuse so the game is postponed.

    Looks like the old loophole tactics of Wasps strikes again...
     
  9. bristol-iain

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    Why is it postponed?
     
  10. Bullitt

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    Wasps refused to play because "the pitch was muddy".
     
  11. bristol-iain

    bristol-iain Guest

    What a bunch of jessicas
     
  12. Olyy

    Olyy Guest

    :huh:
    What did they expect?
    A field, after it's been raining a fair bit, for a fair few days, is muddy...amazing.
     
  13. Olyy

    Olyy Guest

    "Dangerous conditions" is the term the GP site uses to describe it :wacko:
    Wonder when it'll be played now
     
  14. Bullitt

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    As Sale and Sir felt it was fine, it should be forfit and 4 points to Sale.
     
  15. Bullitt

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    I spy with my little eye a lot of ****** of rugby fans on the Sports Network;

    http://www.rugbynetwork.net/main/s101.htm



    Let's see just how deep the RFU corruption really runs, especially after the dealing around the Quins fixture earlier this year. And especially, the frozen pitch fiasco at Causeway 2 years ago when the groundsman "forgot" to turn it on...
     
  16. Bullitt

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    And, if anyone here has ever been to Edgley park, you'll know just how bad it normally is.

    A photo from this evening;
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    Looks dandy to me...


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  17. Bullitt

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    Apparently, this is dangerous...
     
  18. Olyy

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    Superman is playing, of course it's dangerous!
     
  19. Bullitt

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