Posted by sean on March 19, 2005 at 6:59 pm in England, Other Sport with No Comments

Beautiful weather today, it’s only March and was like a summers day. A lot of people would enjoy the weather by sitting in their gardens, going to the country or the parks. I on the other hand was asked to go with a couple of friends to the pub to watch the Ireland – Wales game in the egg chasing 6 Nations.

I don’t like rugby very much but I did think it was a good game. Disappointed by the result, I wanted Ireland to win. Nothing against Wales, but I like the Irish International football team, so why not the rugby one?

I didn’t stay for the England – Scotland match, I’d rather not watch the two worse sides in the competition – even though England is my home nation (sorry, I don’t like rugby much!)

6 Nations of Egg Chasing is nearly over

Next weekend is the start of the football internationals. England play Northern Ireland on Saturday and Azerbaijan on Wednesday in World Cup Qualifiers. Both should be easy games for England (how arrogant!) although they should watch out for Northern Ireland & Leeds United super striker David Healy! :o)

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