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PostPosted: Thu Jul 25, 2019 10:13 am 
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England all out for 85!!
Irish score 207


T Murtagh with career best figures of 5/13

Carn the Irish!

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 Post subject: Re: Poms vs Ireland - test match
PostPosted: Thu Jul 25, 2019 10:33 am 
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If England lose, wonder if they'll burn the bails. :wink:

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If England lose, wonder if they'll burn the bails. :wink:



I had to re-read that, I thought you wrote burn the "balls"

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Does Ireland have test status now?


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Eyjafjallajökull wrote:
Does Ireland have test status now?


Looks like it, although they are calling this a 4 day test which would normally be classified a "first class" fixture.

Don't think they'll need 3 days let alone 4 on this occasion. :)

Makes you wonder how different the World Cup may have been if Ireland was in it. :wink:

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 Post subject: Re: Poms vs Ireland - test match
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where all the loud mouth poms lol

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60 < 85

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Looks like the loud mouthed aussies are still feeling that semi final. Still feeling it.


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Looks like the loud mouthed aussies are still feeling that semi final. Still feeling it.


Not at all. 5 World Cup wins already softens the blow. But surely you didn't think we would ignore your lot getting bowled out before lunch against IRELAND?? :lol: :lol: :lol:

60 > 45

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God is an Englishman wrote:
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Your age is less than the amount the Poms scored??

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Michael wrote:
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Your age is less than the amount the Poms scored??


You need to work on your insults, this one lacks any punch at all.

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Bomber wrote:
B.Toomer wrote:
Looks like the loud mouthed aussies are still feeling that semi final. Still feeling it.


Not at all. 5 World Cup wins already softens the blow. But surely you didn't think we would ignore your lot getting bowled out before lunch against IRELAND?? :lol: :lol: :lol:

60 > 45


5 world cups but I'd rather have the last one and so would you.

And 45 Was 130 years ago. I mean I don't mention the 36, 42 or the 44.

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I kept quiet on this one because I thought England might still win....I just thought Ireland might have put up more of a fight in their second innings :shock:

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Gloating aussies gloating too soon. Easy England win in the end.

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God is an Englishman wrote:
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B.Toomer wrote:
Looks like the loud mouthed aussies are still feeling that semi final. Still feeling it.


Not at all. 5 World Cup wins already softens the blow. But surely you didn't think we would ignore your lot getting bowled out before lunch against IRELAND?? :lol: :lol: :lol:

60 > 45


5 world cups but I'd rather have the last one and so would you.

And 45 Was 130 years ago. I mean I don't mention the 36, 42 or the 44.


You're wrong. I'd rather have 5 than the current ONE.

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Gloating aussies gloating too soon. Easy England win in the end.


We knew you'd still probably win. Tell me you wouldn't have mentioned it if we were bowled out before lunch by IRELAND?

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Gloating aussies gloating too soon. Easy England win in the end.


We knew you'd still probably win. Tell me you wouldn't have mentioned it if we were bowled out before lunch by IRELAND?


If course I would have but it's like nutmegging someone but giving the ball away.

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You've probably done that. :P


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 Post subject: Re: Poms vs Ireland - test match
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God is an Englishman wrote:
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Your age is less than the amount the Poms scored??


You need to work on your insults, this one lacks any punch at all.



Wasn't an insult, but merely stating a fact...
The fact that is rattled you, proves that it did affect you.

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Bomber wrote:
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Gloating aussies gloating too soon. Easy England win in the end.


We knew you'd still probably win. Tell me you wouldn't have mentioned it if we were bowled out before lunch by IRELAND?



As you should of... Ireland played their 1st or 2nd test match... ever!
Oh and have no ranking in test matches
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The fact they bowled you out for 85 runs is not only embarrassing, its humiliating!

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What would have been humiliating, was if we had lost to you in the W.C. SEMI FINAL. However, we didn't & England are the W.C. Cricket champions and you aren't. :lol:


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What would have been humiliating, was if we had lost to you in the W.C. SEMI FINAL. However, we didn't & England are the W.C. Cricket champions and you aren't. :lol:


Your delusion knows no bounds :lol:

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B.Toomer wrote:
What would have been humiliating, was if we had lost to you in the W.C. SEMI FINAL. However, we didn't & England are the W.C. Cricket champions and you aren't. :lol:



I don't play cricket, let alone played in the ICC world cup.
However, England did lose to Australia in the minor rounds.

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Oh, you mean the one that didn't matter? :lol: :lol:


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Bomber wrote:
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What would have been humiliating, was if we had lost to you in the W.C. SEMI FINAL. However, we didn't & England are the W.C. Cricket champions and you aren't. :lol:


Your delusion knows no bounds :lol:

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What's delusional about his factual comments?

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B.Toomer wrote:
Oh, you mean the one that didn't matter? :lol: :lol:


Of course it mattered, it determined who finished where on the table and what venue you played in.

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God is an Englishman wrote:
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B.Toomer wrote:
What would have been humiliating, was if we had lost to you in the W.C. SEMI FINAL. However, we didn't & England are the W.C. Cricket champions and you aren't. :lol:


Your delusion knows no bounds :lol:

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What's delusional about his factual comments?


Comparing what humiliating is (v Australia) as opposed all out before lunch to IRELAND.

But I guess when you have such an inferiority complex, it could be deemed as normal behaviour, so will let you continue on that path if you both must.

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I don't have an inferior complex at all, I'll leave that to you aussies. After all, we cleaned out our prisons & started your country for you. That's why you aussies have an inferiority complex. :lol:


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B.Toomer wrote:
I don't have an inferior complex at all, I'll leave that to you aussies. After all, we cleaned out our prisons & started your country for you. That's why you aussies have an inferiority complex. :lol:


So you admit that majority of convicts were actually poms. Figures. I have no such blood (thank flock).

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Bomber wrote:
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I don't have an inferior complex at all, I'll leave that to you aussies. After all, we cleaned out our prisons & started your country for you. That's why you aussies have an inferiority complex. :lol:


So you admit that majority of convicts were actually poms. Figures. I have no such blood (thank flock).



Same here
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