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Preview: Guinness Premiership, Rd Two

Written by Andre Bosch (KSA Shark ©)

Posted in :In the news on 12 Sep 2008 at 07:15
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The 2008/09 Guinness Premiership got off to an entertaining start last weekend – the weather played ball, the teams looked lively and full of running and the Experimental Law Variations (ELVs) confused the hell out of everyone…

Rugby 365 reports that it sounds like a start to the 2008 Super 14; plenty of entertainment and energy, but not much of a clue when it came to those damned ELVs.

Love them or hate them – they are here to stay and the sooner the teams get used to it, the better. No amount of complaining is going to help them; teams need to adapt or die.

One team that will be dreading the word ‘die’, is the Newcastle Falcons who suffered a home loss first-up to the Sale Sharks – a team they had never lost to at Kingston Park.

Sadly for the Falcons it does not get much easier for them this week as the ever-improving Northampton Saints travel up north to take them on. Yes, Jonny Wilkinson is back – or at least so it says on the official Newcastle Falcons website – but only time will tell if England’s 2003 RWC hero can help them avoid the drop.

It is early to mention the ‘d’ or ‘r’ words (that’s the ‘drop’ and relegation!), but with Northampton showing so much promise last week and with the Worcester Warriors recruiting smartly in the off-season, one can’t help but tip Newcastle – and to a lesser extent Bristol – as relegation candidates.

Including last season, the Falcons have won just one out of 11 Guinness Premiership matches – including three losses on the bounce at home. Yes, Saints have won just one of their last six visits to Kingston Park in all competitions – in March 2006 – but it proves once again how important it is for the home team to win on Sunday.

The second round of the 2008/09 Guinness Premiership kicks-off at Edgeley Park on Friday night when Sale Sharks host Saracens in what is shaping up to be a mouth-watering contest.

Sale will be chasing back-to-back opening wins for the first time since 2004/05, whilst Sarries – who went down narrowly to Harlequins last weekend – will be all out to prevent successive losses, something that has not happened to Saracens since the 1999/2000 season.

Not helping them, however, is the fact that they have lost their last six Guinness Premiership away games – their worst effort since 2002/03.

Sharks boss Philippe Saint-André said: “We started well with a victory at Newcastle, but tomorrow (Friday) evening’s game against Saracens will be very tough.

“We want to return to winning ways at Edgeley Park after the London Irish defeat at the end of last season. We have a very talented squad here at the club and yet again I have had to leave players out of the matchday 22.”

Looking at Saturday’s action, Bath host Gloucester in another West Country derby – that after Bath played, and beat, Bristol last weekend. Central to the Bath cause was a certain Andrew ‘Butch’ James, who was pressed straight into action for his club, despite coming off a physical Tri-Nations campaign for the Springboks.

James earned plenty of praise for his performances last season and judging by his showing at the Memorial Ground last week, it’s simple; stop James and you can beat Bath. If James dictates proceedings, there is trouble – as Bristol found out.

Harlequins and Bristol and Leicester Tigers and London Irish are next up on Saturday; with the home teams favoured to add to their wins from last week – Quins having beaten Sarries and Tigers having kept up their fine recent record at the ‘Shed’ by once again defeating Gloucester.

Tigers were far from their best against Gloucester and their new South African head coach Heyneke Meyer was the first to admit that.

“We’ve got to keep our feet on the ground and it’s very important that we don’t get complacent,” Meyer told the Leicester Mercury this past week. “I wasn’t totally happy with the performance and there are things to work on.”

Of course, the Tigers coach – who could be forgiven for casting his eye over to his native South Africa, after more off-field dramas involving the current Springbok coach – is still very new to the Premiership. One win at the ‘Shed’, as valuable as it might be, does not make an entire season.

But as he admits, himself, it’s a learning process. “I learned a lot,” he added. “I want to win every game, but I know London Irish will be tough. They had a good win at the weekend (26-14 over Wasps) and we shall need to focus better.

“But the biggest thing from Sunday was that it confirmed the character of the side. You need character if you want to win trophies and championships.”

Sunday’s action will see two very desperate home teams in action; as defending champions London Wasps host the Worcester Warriors and the Newcastle Falcons entertain Northampton Saints.

Wasps lost both of their opening matches in the 2004/05 season – the last time any defending champions have achieved that ‘feat’ – and they would not want to repeat that.

It is hardly dire times for the Londoners, however, and they certainly proved last season that they can fight back from any position on the log.

The Falcons, however, will be desperate for victory to keep the eager doomsayers at bay.

“It’s all about winning at this level, and nothing but a win will do,” said a determined Newcastle assistant coach Alan Tait on his club’s official website.

“This isn’t about player development or patting people on the back, it’s the Guinness Premiership and it’s do-or-die every single week. The players are starting to understand that, and as a professional the only way to fix it is to go out, work hard in training and win the next game.”

Weekend fixtures, teams and predictions:

Friday, September 12
Sale Sharks v Saracens, 19.45 local time (20.45 SA time)
Edgeley Park
Referee: Rob Debney

The teams:

Sale Sharks: 15 Mathew Tait, 14 Rory Lamont, 13 Luke McAlister, 12 Chris Bell, 11 David Doherty, 10 Charlie Hodgson, 9 Richard Wigglesworth, 8 Sebastien Chabal, 7 Sean Cox, 6 Luke Abraham, 5 Brent Cockbain, 4 Chris Jones, 3 Eifion Roberts, 2 Sebastien Bruno, 1 Andrew Sheridan.
Replacements: 16 Neil Briggs, 17 Lionel Faure, 18 Dean Schofield, 19 Kristian Ormsby, 20 Dwayne Peel, 21 Mark Cueto, 22 Oriol Ripol.

Saracens: 15 Richard Haughton, 14 Rodd Penney, 13 Kevin Sorrell, 12 Adam Powell, 11 Kameli Ratuvou, 10 Glen Jackson, 9 Neil de Kock, 8 Michael Owen, 7 Andy Saull, 6 Chris Jack, 5 Hugh Vyvyan, 4 Steve Borthwick (captain), 3 Cencus Johnston, 2 Fabio Ongaro, 1 Matias Aguero.
Replacements: 16 Matt Cairns, 17 Cobus Visagie, 18 Kris Chesney, 19 Ben Skirving, 20 Moses Rauluni, 21 Gordon Ross, 22 Chris Wyles.

rugby365.com prediction: This is a very good Sale Sharks team – especially with their shrewd off-season buys – but one cannot write off any team coached by Eddie Jones, even after last week’s loss to Harlequins. This will be a close one, but we’re going to tip the home team – only just.

Saturday, September 13
Bath Rugby v Gloucester Rugby, 14.45 local time (15.45 SA time)
Recreation Ground
Referee: Wayne Barnes

The teams:

Bath Rugby: TBC.

Gloucester Rugby: TBC.

rugby365.com prediction: Logic says – and this is based purely on last week’s results – Bath to win this match. But this is a West Country derby and anything can happen. Still, we’re going with the home team, unless Gloucester can prove that last week’s brain-explosion was a one-off.

Saturday, September 13
Harlequins v Bristol Rugby, 15.00 local time (16.00 SA time)
Twickenham Stoop
Referee: Dave Pearson

The teams:

Harlequins: TBC.

Bristol Rugby: TBC.

rugby365.com prediction: Quins to win – comfortably.

Saturday, September 13
Leicester Tigers v London Irish, 15.00 local time (16.00 SA time)
Welford Road
Referee: Chris White

The teams:

Leicester Tigers: TBC.

London Irish: TBC.

rugby365.com prediction: Tigers have not lost their opening Premiership fixture at Welford Road in 20 seasons of league rugby. Don’t expect that record to be broken this year – Tigers to win with a bonus point if the weather holds up.

Sunday, September 14
London Wasps v Worcester Warriors, 15.00 local time (16.00 SA time)
Adams Park
Referee: Martin Fox

The teams:

London Wasps: TBC.

Worcester Warriors: TBC.

rugby365.com prediction: Wasps to register their first win of the season – but it won’t be a walk in the park against a determined Warriors team.

Sunday, September 14
Newcastle Falcons v Northampton Saints, 15.00 local time (16.00 SA time)
Kingston Park
Referee: Andrew Small

The teams:

Newcastle Falcons: TBC.

Northampton Saints: TBC.

rugby365.com prediction: This is the toughest one of the weekend to call. It is going to be a tough season for Jonny Wilkinson and co. and Northampton (who last won at Kingston Park on March 26, 2006), will continue to keep the heat on them in the early stages of the 2008/09 season. Saints to edge them out… just.


  • Let’s hope my Superbru has more luck here this week. 😛

    Still can’t believe the guys who forgot to make their SB picks have the same score as I do. 👿

  • Comment 1, posted at 12.09.08 07:32:01 by KSA Shark © Reply
    KSA Shark ©
  • First game is tonight so make sure you get your picks in. 😉

  • Comment 2, posted at 12.09.08 07:46:05 by KSA Shark © Reply
    KSA Shark ©
  • Morning guys…

    I’m not even going to think about this…

  • Comment 3, posted at 12.09.08 07:56:49 by just blackshark Reply
    blackshark - I'm back!
  • I think I picked the same as above. 😎

  • Comment 4, posted at 12.09.08 10:12:30 by McLovin Reply
  • Let’s adopt this as the Funnies thread. 😉

    Proof that Men Have Better Friends…

    *_Friendship among Women:_*
    A woman didn’t come home one night.
    The next morning she told her husband that she had slept over at a friend’s house.
    The man called his wife’s 10 best friends. None of them knew anything about it.

    *_Friendship among Men:_*
    A man didn’t come home one night.
    The next morning he told his wife that he had slept over at a friend’s house.
    The woman called her husband’s 10 best friends.
    Eight confirmed that he had slept over, and two said he was still there

  • Comment 5, posted at 12.09.08 11:11:06 by KSA Shark © Reply
    KSA Shark ©
  • Muldoon lived alone in the Irish countryside with only a pet dog for

    company. One day the dog died, and Muldoon went to the parish priest and

    asked, “Father, my dog is dead. Could ya’ be saying’ a mass for the poor


    Father Patrick replied, “I’m afraid not; we cannot have services for an

    animal in the church. But there are some Baptists down the lane, and


    no tellin’ what they believe. Maybe they’ll do something for the creature.”

    Muldoon said, “I’ll go right away Father. Do ya ‘think $5,000 is enough to

    donate to them for the service?”

    Father Patrick exclaimed, “Sweet Mary, Mother of Jesus! Why didn’t ya tell

    me the dog was Catholic?

  • Comment 6, posted at 12.09.08 14:26:01 by McLovin Reply
  • An elderly man walks into a confessional. The following conversation


    Man: “I am 92 years old, have a wonderful wife of 70 years, many children,

    grandchildren, and great grandchildren. Yesterday, I picked up two college

    girls, hitchhiking. We went to a motel, where I had s$x with each of them

    three times.”

    Priest: “Are you sorry for your sins?”

    Man: “What sins?”

    Priest: “What kind of a Catholic are you?”

    Man: “I’m Jewish.”

    Priest: “Why are you telling me all this?”

    Man: “I’m 92 years old …. I’m telling everybody!”

  • Comment 7, posted at 12.09.08 14:26:38 by McLovin Reply
  • One night , after a couple had retired for the night, the woman
    became aware that her husband was touching her in a most unusual manner.

    He started by running his hand across her shoulders and the small of
    her back.

    He ran his hand over her breasts, touching them very lightly.

    Then, he proceeded to run his hand gently down her side, sliding his
    hand over her stomach, and then down the other side to a point below her

    He continued on, gently feeling her hips, first one side and then the

    His hand ran further down the outside of her thighs.

    His gentle probing then started up the inside of her left thigh,
    stopped and then returned to do the same to her right thigh.

    By this time the woman was becoming aroused, and she squirmed a
    little to better position herself.

    The man stopped abruptly and rolled over to his side of the bed.

    “Why are you stopping darling?” she whispered.

    He whispered back, ” I found the remote!”

  • Comment 8, posted at 12.09.08 14:29:10 by McLovin Reply
  • A woman goes to her boyfriend’s parents’ house for Christmas dinner.
    This is to be her first time meeting the family and she is very nervous.
    They all sit down and begin eating a fine meal.

    The woman is beginning to feel a little discomfort, thanks to her
    nervousness and the broccoli casserole. The gas pains are almost making
    her eyes water. Left with no other choice, she decides to relieve
    herself a bit and lets out a dainty fart.

    It wasn’t loud, but everyone at the table heard the poof. Before she
    even had a chance to be embarrassed, her boyfriend’s father looked over
    at the dog that had been snoozing under the woman’s chair, and said in a
    rather stern voice, ‘Skippy!’.

    The woman thought, ‘This is great!’ and a big smile came across her
    face.A couple of minutes later, she was beginning to feel the pain
    again. This time, she didn’t even hesitate. She let a much louder and
    longer rrrrrip.

    The father again looked at the dog and yelled, ‘Dammit Skippy!’ Once
    again the woman smiled and thought ‘Yes!’ A few minutes later the woman
    had to let another rip. This time she didn’t even think about it. She
    let a fart rip that rivaled a train whistle blowing.

    Once again, the father looked at the dog with disgust and yelled,
    ‘Dammit Skippy, get away from her, before she sh1ts on you!’

  • Comment 9, posted at 12.09.08 15:06:26 by I'ce (Rebel With a Cause) Reply
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  • A lady walks into a BMW dealership. She browses around, then spots the perfect car – a BMW M3 and walks over to inspect it.

    As she bends to feel the fine leather upholstery, a loud fart escapes her.

    Very embarrassed, she looks around nervously to see if anyone has noticed her little accident and hopes a sales person doesn’t pop up right now. As she turns around, there standing next to her is a salesman. “Good day, Madame. How may we help you today?” Very uncomfortably she asks, “Sir, what is the price of this lovely vehicle?”

    He answers, “Madame, if you farted by just touching it, you are going to k** when you hear the price!

  • Comment 10, posted at 12.09.08 15:08:59 by wpw Reply
  • Have you ever wondered why A, B, C, D, DD, E and F are the letters used to define bra sizes? If you have wondered why, but couldn’t figure out what the letters stood for… It is about time you became informed:

    A … Almost Boobs
    B … Barely there.
    C … Can’t Complain!
    D … Damn!
    DD… Double damn!
    E … Enormous!
    F … Fake

  • Comment 11, posted at 12.09.08 15:09:20 by wpw Reply
  • There is a little boy and a little girl in the woods. The little girl asked the boy, “What is a penis?” The boy replied, “I don’t know.” At that time he hears his mum calling him for lunch. He goes home and eats his lunch. Then he sees his dad on the couch. He goes up to his dad and ask him, “What is a penis?” The dad whips his out and says to the boy, “This is a penis, as a matter of fact this is the perfect penis.”

    The boy leaves to go find his friend and brings her to the woods. The girl again asks him what a penis is. He whips out his penis and says to her, “This is a penis, and if it was two inches smaller it would be the perfect penis!”

  • Comment 12, posted at 12.09.08 15:09:37 by wpw Reply
  • What do you call an Amish guy with his hand up a horse’s ass?

    A Mechanic.

  • Comment 13, posted at 12.09.08 15:14:26 by wpw Reply
  • Last night my wife and I were sitting in the living room,

    talking about life. In-between, we talked about the
    idea of living or dying.

    I said to her:

    ‘Dear, never let me live in a vegetative state, totally
    dependent on machines and liquids from a bottle.
    If you see me in that state I want you to disconnect
    all the contraptions that are keeping me alive,
    I’d much rather die’.

    Then my wife got up from the sofa with this real look of
    admiration towards me and proceeded to disconnect
    the TV, the Cable, the Dish, the DVD, the Computer,
    the Cell Phone, the iPod, and the Xbox, and then went
    to the fridge and threw away all my beer!!

    *….I ALMOST DIED!!!*

  • Comment 14, posted at 12.09.08 15:19:08 by I'ce (Rebel With a Cause) Reply
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  • A Russian woman married an English gentleman and they lived happily

    Ever after in London.

    However, the poor lady was not very proficient in English, but did

    manage To communicate with her Husband.

    The real problem arose whenever she had to shop for groceries.

    One day, she went to the butcher and wanted to buy Chicken Legs. She

    didn’t know how to put forward her request, and in Desperation, clucked

    like a chicken And lifted up her skirt to show her Thighs.

    The butcher got the message, and gave her the Chicken legs.

    The next day, she needed to get chicken breasts.

    Again, she didn’t know how to say it, and so she clucked like a Chicken

    And unbuttoned her blouse to show the butcher her breasts!

    The butcher understood again, and gave her some chicken breasts.

    The 3rd day, the poor lady needed to buy sausages.

    Unable to find a way to communicate this,

    She brought her husband to the store…

    (Please scroll down)

    What were you thinking?

    Hellooooooo, her husband speaks English

  • Comment 15, posted at 12.09.08 15:21:21 by wpw Reply
  • @wpw (Comment 15) :

    DUH…. 😉

  • Comment 16, posted at 12.09.08 15:22:43 by I'ce (Rebel With a Cause) Reply
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  • Hoekom stink ‘n poep?
    Sodat jy dit kan deel met die dowes


  • Comment 17, posted at 12.09.08 15:24:37 by wpw Reply
  • A little girl goes to the barber shop with her father.
    She stands next to the barber chair, while her dad gets his hair cut,
    eating a snack cake The barber says to her,

    ‘Sweetheart, you’re gonna get hair on your muffin.’
    She says, ‘Yes, I know, and I’m gonna get boobs too.’

  • Comment 18, posted at 12.09.08 15:24:41 by PJLD(RIP Bernie Mac) Reply
  • man and a woman meet at a bar one day and are getting along really well. They decide to go back to the woman’s house where they engage in passionate love making.

    Suddenly, just as they are reaching the climax, they hear a noise at the door and the woman says, “Oh God! My husband is home early. Quick, go and hide in the bathroom!”

    The husband comes up into the bedroom and looks at her. “Why are you in bed and naked in the middle of the afternoon?” he asks suspiciously.

    The woman smiles and says sweetly, “Well, I heard you pull up outside, so I thought I would come up here and get ready!”

    “Ah, Ok then,” the husband replies, “but I must use the bathroom first.”

    Before his wife can stop him, he opens the bathroom door and is greeted by the naked man standing there clapping his hands.

    “Who the hell are you!” the husband asks.

    “I’m from the extermination company. Your wife called me in to get rid of the moths you are having trouble with.”

    The husband, almost purple with rage, exclaims, “Then why you are naked!”

    The man then looks down at himself and exclaims, “Those little bastards!”

  • Comment 19, posted at 12.09.08 15:25:36 by wpw Reply
  • 5 Surgeons
    > Five Surgeons are discussing the types of people
    > they like to Operate on.
    > The first surgeon says: I like to see accountants
    > on my operating Table because when open them up,
    > everything inside is numbered.
    > The second responds: ‘Yeah, but you should
    > try Electricians! Everything inside them is color-coded.
    > The third surgeon says: ‘No, I really think
    > librarians are the best; Everything inside them is in
    > alphabetical orde r.
    > The fourth surgeon chimes in: ‘You know, I
    > like construction Workers … those guys always understand
    > when you have a few parts left over.
    > But the fifth surgeon shut them all up when he
    > observed:
    > ‘You’re all wrong. Politicians are the
    > easiest to operate on. There’s no guts, no heart, no
    > balls, no brains and no spine . Plus, the head and the a%*
    > are interchangeable.

  • Comment 20, posted at 12.09.08 15:26:35 by I'ce (Rebel With a Cause) Reply
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  • @wpw (Comment 17) :

    Ag nee, man Wes!!! :mrgreen: :mrgreen:

  • Comment 21, posted at 12.09.08 15:28:37 by I'ce (Rebel With a Cause) Reply
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  • There are four blokes in a prison cell together: a zoophile, a sadist, a necrophiliac and a gay guy.

    The zoophile sighs and says, “You know, if there was a cat here I’d f#ck it til I pass out.”

    The sadist nods, and sighs, “And once you were done with it, i’d torture it until it died.”

    The necrophiliac leans in and agrees, “Oh yeah, and once it was dead I’d f#ck it til I passed out too.”

    The gay guy, sitting in the corner, very softly says “miaow

  • Comment 22, posted at 12.09.08 15:29:08 by PJLD(RIP Bernie Mac) Reply
  • The Seven Most Important Men in a Woman’s Life

    1. The Doctor – who tells her to “take off all her clothes.”

    2. The Dentist – who tells her to “open wide.”

    3. The Milkman – who asks her “do you want it in the front or the back?”

    4. The Hairdresser – who asks her “do you want it teased or blown?”

    5. The Interior Designer – who assures her “once it’s inside, you’ll LOVE it!”

    6. The Banker – who insists to her “if you take it out too soon, you’ll lose interest!”

    7. The Primal Hunter – who always goes deep into the bush, always shoots twice, always eats what he shoots, but keeps telling her “Keep quiet and lie still!”

  • Comment 23, posted at 12.09.08 15:30:13 by PJLD(RIP Bernie Mac) Reply
  • 1988 VS Today…

    Piet en Jan raak betrokke in ‘n fight by die skool

    ‘n Groot groep seuns vorm rondom die twee, hulle slaan die k#% uit mekaar uit, skud hande en die volgende dag is hulle dik pels.

    Polisie word ontbied en arresteer vir Jan en Piet. Alle selfone met videos van die fight word gekonfiskeer as bewysstukke. Albei word aangekla vir aanranding. Altwee word geskors al het Piet alles begin. Die ouers word ingeroep vir konsultasie en die ander kinders wat die fight gesien het kry trauma berading. Die video van die fight is beskikbaar op YouTube.

    Piet ontstig die klas want hy wil nie stilsit en stilbly nie

    Piet se gat word vuurwarm geslaan. Hy sit nog steeds nie stil nie want sy gat brand te veel, maar hy hou darem sy bek en maak matriek klaar en word ‘n suksesvolle besigheidsman.

    Piet word op Ritalin gesit want hy het een of ander hiperaktiewe neiging. Word ‘n zombie. Word getoets vir ADD (Attention Deficit Disorder). Die juffrou sukkel haar gat af. Piet kan nie bybly nie en verlaat skool na Standerd 6.

    Jan gooi ‘n klip en breek ‘n ruit van die buurman se huis.

    Jan se gat brand. Hy moet vir ‘n week lank in die buurman se tuin werk.

    Jan se gat brand. Sy pa word gearresteer vir kindermishandeling. Jan word in pleegsorg geplaas.

    Piet druip Engels op Hoërskool.

    Piet se gat brand. Hy moet Engels ekstra klasse loop. Hy slaag Engels goed in matriek en gaan Universiteit toe

    Die Onderwyser kry die skuld. Piet is getraumatiseer. Sy saak word opgevat deur ‘n plaaslike menseregte groep wat bepaal dat dit rassisties is om Engels ‘n vereiste vak te maak. Dit raak ‘n politieke storie en ‘n saak word aanhangig gemaak teen die skool en die Onderwysdepartement. Engels word van die curriculum afgehaal. Piet slaag matriek goed, maar sny gras vir ‘n lewe want hy kan nie Engels praat.

    Jan vat ‘n klomp klappers, maak ‘n bom daarmee en blaas ‘n miershoop op.

    Jan se gat brand. Die miershoop is in sy moer. Duisende miere dood.

    Die Veiligheidspolisie en Dierebeskermingsgroepe word ingeroep en Jan word aangekla van stedelike terrorisme en dieremishandeling. Sy ouers word dopgehou. Jonger broers en susters word van die huis af weggevat. Hulle rekenaars word gekonfiskeer en Jan se pa word op ‘n lys van terroriste geplaas en hy kan nie verder werk kry nie. Die familie krepeer.

    Piet val sy knie in nerwe gedurende pouse. Sy juffrou vee sy trane af, maak die knie skoon en gee hom ‘n drukkie.

    Piet voel gou beter en tweede pouse hol hy al weer rond.

    Piet se Juffrou word beskuldig dat sy ‘n pedofiel is en verloor haar werk. Sy kry ‘n opgeskorte vonnis. Piet ondergaan terapie vir die volgende vyf jaar. Raak ‘n moffie.

  • Comment 24, posted at 12.09.08 15:32:10 by I'ce (Rebel With a Cause) Reply
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  • A guy goes to the supermarket and notices an attractive woman waving at
    him. She says hello. He’s rather taken aback because he can’t place
    where he knows her from.

    So he says, ‘Do you know me?’ To which she replies, ‘I think you’re the
    father of one of my kids.’ Now his mind travels back to the only time he has ever been
    unfaithful to his wife and says, ‘Are you the stripper from the bachelor party that
    I made love to on the pool table with all my buddies watching while your partner
    whipped my butt with wet celery???’

    She looks into his eyes and says calmly, ‘No, I’m your son’s teacher.’

  • Comment 25, posted at 12.09.08 15:34:22 by wpw Reply
  • @PJLD(RIP Bernie Mac) (Comment 23) : hey

    You using MY SOURCE!!! :mrgreen: :mrgreen:

  • Comment 26, posted at 12.09.08 15:36:16 by wpw Reply
  • One night , after the couple had retired for the night, the woman became aware that her husband was touching her in a most unusual manner.

    He started by running his hand across her shoulders and the small of her back. He ran his hand over her breasts, touching them very lightly. Then, he proceeded to run his hand gently down her side, sliding his hand over her stomach, and then down the other side to a point below her waist.

    He continued on, gently feeling her hips, first one side and the the other. His hand ran further down the outside of her thighs. His gentle probing then started up the inside of her left thigh, stopped and then returned to do the same to her right thigh.

    By this time the woman was becoming aroused and she squirmed a little to better position herself. The man stopped abruptly and rolled over to his side of the bed.

    “Why are you stopping darling?” she whispered.

    He whispered back, ” I found the remote!”

  • Comment 27, posted at 12.09.08 15:37:33 by wpw Reply
  • @wpw (Comment 26) : my bru, theres over enough for both of us 😉

  • Comment 28, posted at 12.09.08 15:40:54 by PJLD(RIP Bernie Mac) Reply
  • A priest offered a Nun a lift.
    She got in and crossed her legs, forcing her gown to reveal a leg.
    The priest nearly had an accident.
    After controlling the car, he stealthily slid his hand up her leg.
    The nun said, ‘Father, remember Psalm 129?’
    The priest removed his hand. But, changing gears, he let his hand slide up
    her leg again.
    The nun once again said, ‘Father, remember Psalm 129?’
    The priest apologized ‘Sorry sister but the flesh is weak.’
    Arriving at the convent, the nun sighed heavily and went on her way.
    On his arrival at the church, the priest rushed to look up Psalm 129. It said, ‘Go forth and seek, further up, you will find glory.’
    Moral of the story:
    If you are not well informed in your job, you might miss a great opportunity

  • Comment 29, posted at 12.09.08 15:42:20 by PJLD(RIP Bernie Mac) Reply
  • @wpw (Comment 27) :

    Check post # 8… 🙄 😉

  • Comment 30, posted at 12.09.08 15:44:30 by I'ce (Rebel With a Cause) Reply
    Competition Winner Ice
  • Gatiep vertel vir die dominee…

    Jy wiet, ek en die oubaas daar bo is tight.

    Hy wiet ek kannie in die aand sien nie, so as ek in die aand opstaan en ek

    gaan toilet toe, daai gaan die lig sommer vanself aan, as ek wegstap, dan

    gaan hy sommer vanself weer af ook.

    Die dominee kan dit skaars glo en vra later vir Meraai of sy enige iets


    die wonderwerke weet.

    Meraai: Watter wonderwerke?

    Dominee: Nee sien, Gatiep vertel my dat die lig sommer vanself aangaan as


    toilet toe gaan en as hy uitkom gaan dit sommer weer vanself af.

    Meraai: Ai j . i . r . r . e, hy het weer in die yskas g . e . p . i . s!!!

  • Comment 31, posted at 12.09.08 15:44:35 by wpw Reply
  • Wesley you stole my shine so i took this comment out…because i can 🙂 (would look dumb with the same joke running twice)

  • Comment 32, posted at 12.09.08 15:47:38 by wpw Reply
  • @wpw (Comment 32) : ok wes now you are being ridiculous

  • Comment 33, posted at 12.09.08 15:48:20 by PJLD(RIP Bernie Mac) Reply
  • A beautiful woman went to the gynecologist. The doctor took one look at the woman and all his professionalism flew out the window. He immediately told her to get undressed. After she disrobed the doctor began to stroke her thigh. While Doing so he asked her, ‘Do you know what I am doing?’ ‘Yes,’ she replied, ‘You are checking for abrasions or dermatological
    abnormalities.’ ‘That’s right,’ said the doctor. He then began to fondle her breasts. ‘Do you know what I am doing now?’he asked. ‘Yes,’ she said, ‘You are checking for lumps which might indicate Breast
    cancer.’ ‘Correct,’ replied the shady doctor. Finally, he mounted his Patient and started having sexual intercourse with her. He asked, ‘Do you know what I am doing now?’ ‘Yes,’ she said, ‘You’re getting herpes: which is why I came here in the first place.’

  • Comment 34, posted at 12.09.08 15:53:04 by wpw Reply
  • Ghost site

  • Comment 35, posted at 12.09.08 16:46:02 by PJLD(RIP Bernie Mac) Reply
  • g

  • Comment 36, posted at 12.09.08 16:46:39 by PJLD(RIP Bernie Mac) Reply
  • h

  • Comment 37, posted at 12.09.08 16:48:15 by PJLD(RIP Bernie Mac) Reply
  • Warriors v London Wasps

    15 Chris Latham
    14 Rico Gear
    13 Dale Rasmussen
    12 Sam Tuitupou
    11 Miles Benjamin
    10 Matthew Jones
    9 Matt Powell
    1 Matt Mullan
    2 Aleki Lutui
    3 Chris Horsman
    4 Greg Rawlinson (c)
    5 Will Bowley
    6 Tom Wood
    7 James Collins
    8 Netani Talei

    16 Tevita Taumoepeau
    17 Chris Fortey
    18 Craig Gillies
    19 Kai Horstmann
    20 Ryan Powell
    21 Loki Crichton
    22 Chris Pennell

  • Comment 38, posted at 12.09.08 19:53:26 by KSA Shark © Reply

    KSA Shark ©
  • London irish

    15. Peter Hewat; 14. Topsy Ojo; 13. Delon Armitage; 12. Seilala Mapusua; 11. Sailosi Tagicakibau; 10. Eoghan Hickey; 9. Paul Hodgson (captain); 1. Tonga Lea’aetoa; 2. Danie Coetzee; 3. Faan Rautenbach; 4. Nick Kennedy; 5. Gary Johnson; 6. Richard Thorpe; 7. Steffon Armitage; 8. Chris Hala’Ufia.

    16. Alex Corbisiero; 17. David Paice,18. Nick Rouse; 19. Declan Danaher; 20. Jonathon Fisher; 21. Peter Richards; 22. Elvis Sevialii.

  • Comment 39, posted at 12.09.08 19:57:02 by KSA Shark © Reply

    KSA Shark ©
  • GLOUCESTER: Olly Morgan, James Simpson-Daniel, Matthew Watkins, Mike Tindall (capt), Lesley Vainikolo; Willie Walker, Gareth Cooper; Nick Wood, Olivier Azam, Carlos Nieto, Will James, Alex Brown, Peter Buxton, Andy Hazell, Luke Narraway. Reps: Andy Titterrell, Dave Young, Marco Bortolami, Alasdair Strokosch, Rory Lawson, Ryan Lamb, Mark Foster

  • Comment 40, posted at 12.09.08 19:57:38 by KSA Shark © Reply

    KSA Shark ©
  • Bristol Rugby:

    Luke Arscott; Tom Arscott, Neil Brew, Kevin Maggs, David Lemi; Adrian Jarvis, Haydn Thomas; Mark Irish, Scott Linklater, Jason Hobson; Mariano Sambucetti, Robert Sidoli; Nathan Budgett, Joe El Abd (capt), Andrew Blowers


    David Blaney, Peter Bracken, Dan Ward-Smith, Alfie To’oala, Graeme Beveridge, Ed Barnes, Greg Barden

  • Comment 41, posted at 12.09.08 19:59:42 by KSA Shark © Reply

    KSA Shark ©
  • Bath side to face Gloucester

    15 Nick Abendanon
    14 Joe Maddock
    13 Tom Cheeseman
    12 Eliota Fuimaono-Sapolu
    11 Matt Banahan
    10 Butch James
    9 Michael Claassens
    1 David Flatman
    2 Lee Mears
    3 Matt Stevens
    4 Justin Harrison
    5 Peter Short
    6 Stuart Hooper
    7 Michael Lipman ©
    8 Jonny Faamatuainu

    16 Pieter Dixon
    17 Duncan Bell
    18 David Barnes
    19 James Scaysbrook
    20 Scott Bemand
    21 Shaun Berne
    22 Jack Cuthbert

    LOOK at that half-back pairing 😎

  • Comment 42, posted at 12.09.08 20:01:10 by KSA Shark © Reply

    KSA Shark ©
  • Harlequins


    11 UGO MONYE

    18 JIM EVANS
    19 TOM GUEST

    Botha on the bench??

  • Comment 43, posted at 12.09.08 20:03:18 by KSA Shark © Reply

    KSA Shark ©
  • London Wasps team to face Worcester Warriors at Adams Park on Sunday 14th September, KO 3pm, are:

    15. Josh Lewsey
    14. Paul Sackey
    13. Dominic Waldouck
    12. Riki Flutey
    11. Tom Voyce
    10. Dave Walder
    9. Eoin Reddan
    1. Tim Payne
    2. Raphael Ibanez (C)
    3. Phil Vickery
    4. Simon Shaw
    5. Tom Palmer
    6. Joe Worsley
    7. Tom Rees
    8. James Haskell

    16. Rob Webber
    17. Pat Barnard
    18. Richard Birkett
    19. John Hart
    20. Joe Simpson
    21. Jeremy Staunton
    22. Lachlan Mitchell

  • Comment 44, posted at 12.09.08 20:04:54 by KSA Shark © Reply

    KSA Shark ©
  • Newcastle Falcons team to face Northampton Saints:

    15 Alex Tait
    14 Tom May
    13 Jamie Noon
    12 Spencer Davey
    11 John Rudd
    10 Jonny Wilkinson
    9 James Grindal

    1 Joe McDonnell
    2 Andy Long
    3 Carl Hayman
    4 Mark Sorenson
    5 Andy Buist
    6 Adam Balding
    7 Ed Wiliamson
    8 Phil Dowson (captain)


    16 Matt Thompson
    17 Micky Ward
    18 Andy Perry
    19 Tim Swinson
    20 Hall Charlton
    21 Ollie Phillips
    22 Rory Clegg

  • Comment 45, posted at 12.09.08 20:06:30 by KSA Shark © Reply

    KSA Shark ©
  • So the first result is in.

    Sale Sharks 18 – Saracens 15

    Seem we have managed to remove ONE of the Saracens supporters from the top 3 and aptly have replaced him with a Shark supporter.

  • Comment 46, posted at 13.09.08 06:36:41 by KSA Shark © Reply

    KSA Shark ©
  • Rugby 365’s prediction from above: This will be a close one, but we’re going to tip the home team – only just

    Seems they got it SPOT ON.

    Charlie Hodgson struck deep into injury-time with a classic drop-goal to hand Sale a dramatic victory and condemn Saracens to their second successive Guinness Premiership defeat.

  • Comment 47, posted at 13.09.08 08:48:40 by KSA Shark © Reply

    KSA Shark ©
  • Guinness Premiership Live

    Newcastle 6
    Northampton 6

    Wasps 0
    Worcester 5

  • Comment 48, posted at 14.09.08 16:28:26 by KSA Shark © Reply

    KSA Shark ©
  • Falcons 6 – 6 Saints

    19 Newcastle Penalty by Jonny Wilkinson

    17 Northampton Penalty by Carlos Spencer

    14 Northampton Penalty by Bruce Reihana

    11 Newcastle Penalty by Jonny Wilkinson

  • Comment 49, posted at 14.09.08 16:29:38 by KSA Shark © Reply

    KSA Shark ©
  • Wasps 0 – 8 Warriors

    26 Worcester Penalty by Matthew Jones

    19 Worcester Conversion missed by Matthew Jones

    19 Worcester Try by Tevita Tuamoepeau

  • Comment 50, posted at 14.09.08 16:30:46 by KSA Shark © Reply

    KSA Shark ©
  • 28 Northampton Penalty by Bruce Reihana

    6 – 9 Saints

  • Comment 51, posted at 14.09.08 16:35:57 by KSA Shark © Reply

    KSA Shark ©
  • Wasps 7 – 8 Warriors

    39 Wasps Conversion by Dave Walder

    39 Wasps Try by Paul Sackey

  • Comment 52, posted at 14.09.08 16:44:07 by KSA Shark © Reply

    KSA Shark ©
  • Saints 6 – 12 Falcons

    33 Northampton Penalty by Bruce Reihana

  • Comment 53, posted at 14.09.08 16:45:08 by KSA Shark © Reply

    KSA Shark ©
  • Falcons 23 – 22 Saints 61min

  • Comment 54, posted at 14.09.08 17:30:57 by McLovin Reply

  • Wasps 10 – 8 Worcester

  • Comment 55, posted at 14.09.08 17:31:26 by McLovin Reply

  • Falcons 26 – 22 Saints

  • Comment 56, posted at 14.09.08 17:34:04 by McLovin Reply

  • Falcons 29 – 22 Saints 👿

  • Comment 57, posted at 14.09.08 17:40:21 by McLovin Reply

  • Full Time

    Falcons 32 – Saints 22 🙄

  • Comment 58, posted at 14.09.08 17:53:01 by McLovin Reply

  • Wasps 10 – 11 Worcester 😯

  • Comment 59, posted at 14.09.08 17:54:47 by McLovin Reply

  • @McLovin (Comment 59) : That are the full time score btw.

  • Comment 60, posted at 14.09.08 17:55:38 by McLovin Reply

  • Picks for London Wasps 2726 (95.99%)

    Not many picking up any points on SB with that result. 😐

  • Comment 61, posted at 14.09.08 17:57:54 by McLovin Reply

  • 54.53% of all players in SuperBru correctly predicted a win by the Newcastle Falcons

  • Comment 62, posted at 14.09.08 18:01:21 by McLovin Reply

  • Sorry i went MIA there. 😳

    forgot i had a spin class to go to. 🙁 :ouch:

  • Comment 63, posted at 14.09.08 18:19:15 by KSA Shark © Reply

    KSA Shark ©
  • I cannot believe that Wasps didn’t win that 👿

  • Comment 64, posted at 14.09.08 18:19:50 by KSA Shark © Reply

    KSA Shark ©
  • Newcastle 32 N’hampton 22
    Wasps 10 Worcester 11

  • Comment 65, posted at 14.09.08 18:20:22 by KSA Shark © Reply

    KSA Shark ©
  • @KSA Shark © (Comment 64) : These last two buggers that lost have cost me a perfect weekend. I see you are coming up like a rocket. :mrgreen:

    Well, who said competitions are a waste of time? Allready I know a lot more about English rugby than before, which admittedly is still about zero, but I am sure it can get only better.

    Not having seen any of the games, if I go by the scorelines alone, it would seem that they either still play dull rugby, or they have an higher level of competition than we do. 😕

  • Comment 66, posted at 15.09.08 05:37:32 by Silver Fox Reply

    Silver Fox
  • I have NOT won anything in SuperBru by topping Sharksworlds Tri-Nations pool. And there I thought I was going to be the next Uk Lotto millionaire. 😈 👿 😈

  • Comment 67, posted at 15.09.08 06:12:42 by Silver Fox Reply

    Silver Fox

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