Sorry, I've been in training all day about child rights. Wath no one respond to this now.
France beat Scotland, although Frank Hadden's bore merchants manage to silence large tracks of the Stade De France crowd with their home made brand of dull rugby, though the Evans brothers were a welcome runnign threat, they will undoubtedly be dropped for being too exciting. Hardinordquay is my played of the tournament so far.
After all the passion, a bit of a damp squib at the Millenium. In spite of scoring more tries than Wales (and it was great to see my boy Delon create a bit of magic) England still look unimaginative, and seem to prefer defending to attacking. The world's most devolved looking man Joe Worsley has a stotrmer and Wales' strike runners looked average. I was surprised Hook wasn't brought on and maybe Wales should've have kicked over the top a bit more to keep the English defence honest. England's discipiline is appalling.
Speaking of appalling discipline - Italy were an absolute disgrace yesterday. He got off because it was 46 seconds into the game, but Masi should've been sent off - his 'tackle' on Kearney was abhorent and honestly could've crippled him. Also Castrogiovanni is a purebred cunt, which I could accept better if he wasn't getting pasted by Marcus Horan the world's worst prop. The worse was Parisee seemed to be encouraging this behaviour and at one point Chris White had to actually force him to talk to his players about his behaviour. Ireland did not play well (Heaslip, Kearney, Fitzgerald and Ferris aside), but it was hard to in such a fractured game. I thought we did well to show as much patience as we did, and a valuable +29 to the points difference tally.