Im so happy so happy ,so very very happy
Out of 18 countries and 44 games ,lil old NZ takes the Final.
Happy for those guys
Great win; France actually suprised me, thought they were going to be beaten by a good 30 points, but they played really well! NZ deserve the trophy though, they were by far the best team in the tournament!
Look for a strong showing from both England and Wales next time - honest!!!
Like ya thinking Simey and wow didn't Wales step it up! ALSO Ireland gave their all.
England well they jinxed themselves with those black jerseys..hee
Loved the passion of the USA- who apparently a whole town adopted in New Zealand, mind you Todd Cleaver is kinda cute...
Just for you Randy (might have the USA/Russia clash)
http://www.usarugby.org/goto/mens_eagle … ens_eagles
USA have improved their world ranking which is exciting to see,but disappointing that USA Media gave them scant coverage.
Having said that today Sunday 10/23/2011 NBC will screen the FINAL between New Zealand and France 3pm-6pm.
What's rugby? Sounds like some furriner woosie game played by girls!
LOL Say that in an Irish bar in NY! It's like American Football for real men - who needs padding and helmets!?
HA! I knew someone would rise up at my last post, Simey! I wish I understood the game better.
LOL I am biased and an Englishman living in the US! It's actually the biggest growing sport in schools and colleges in the US and if people started watching it and learning the rules they'd probably really enjoy it!
It's exciting, tough and very fast!
I agree, Simey. I think many sports are being understood better these days because of the ability to see them via televised worldwide broadcasts. Just what I need, more sports to watch on TV.
lol Randy ,nah only girls wear pads ,unlike in football (those pretty boys-ha)
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