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    Posted: 23 October 2005 at 2:44pm

edinburgh 32 - 31 wasps

excellent win for edinburgh. didn't see the game but i watched the updates on the bbc site,  scoreline was exciting even then!

bring them on!

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Makes next Saturday a huge game for us, i'd say the pressure of next week is slightly off Edinburgh and on the Scarlets. They've got a win under their belt and already turned us over at home. Lose this one and we're basically out of the comp early. Don't think we can underestimate the Scots at all.

Nerves of steel needed next Saturday!

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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote Speedy Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 23 October 2005 at 4:29pm
yeap. great win for edin. if, IF, we win at stradey next weekend, what with wasps having toulouse next up, by the time we face wasps they could already be more or less out, and the trip to wycome could be interesting if they get there and wasps still havn`t won a game. we all knew that it was gonna be almost impossible out in toulouse. next week OUR CAMPAIGN STARTS! IT HAS TO. it will be interesting to see how the wasps toulouse game goes. who ever wins it will be good for the group from our point of veiw.
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Well done the Scots.
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what a game. i was going beserk in my living room. great for the competition. roll on next week.
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I agree with comments, the Scots beating Wasps today is great news, but Glasgow run us close last week and we are not very good at defending the jocks rucks and mauls. With Easterby out it will be close and heart attack country, why didnt we buy Richard Parks we need a class openside, we lose Simon we tackle like children, nerves of steel, im pumping now

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Cracking day, still probably get turned over next week :-)

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Originally posted by Quagmire Quagmire wrote:

edinburgh 32 - 31 wasps

excellent win for edinburgh. didn't see the game but i watched the updates on the bbc site,  scoreline was exciting even then!

bring them on!

Edinburgh have done us a favour of gigantic proportions and luckily have probably helped us to stay in the competition.

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Just goes to show how tough next saturday will be. Everyone's talking About How Straight Forward A home win Next Saturday Will be, At the Moment we've got a major injury Crisis looming. Iestyn Thomas is Going to be out for a while, Easters out as well. The players took a Physical Beating on that pitch yesterday. Just hope Dwayne will be Fit for next Saturday.
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Originally posted by laura laura wrote:

Just goes to show how tough next saturday will be. Everyone's talking About How Straight Forward A home win Next Saturday Will be, At the Moment we've got a major injury Crisis looming. Iestyn Thomas is Going to be out for a while, Easters out as well. The players took a Physical Beating on that pitch yesterday. Just hope Dwayne will be Fit for next Saturday.

 

Agreed our game was soft today in comparison to yours yesterday

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Don't underestimate Gavin Thomas' workrate. Although of the two I'd rather have Easterby on the field, Thomas is a good second choice to have.
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great for the Scots... and great for us! the only problem is that wasps
must win the game next sunday against us in London... it will be very
hard to go back to toulouse with even one point!
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BBC report says there was exactly 20,000 there to see that game.
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Originally posted by wizard wizard wrote:

BBC report says there was exactly 20,000 there to see that game.

 

No way, probably just short of 5K

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Originally posted by Baggage Baggage wrote:

Originally posted by wizard wizard wrote:

BBC report says there was exactly 20,000 there to see that game.

No way, probably just short of 5K

ERC site shows

Murrayfield, Edinburgh   Att: 4,800

http://www.ercrugby.com/cup/25_4292.php

http://news.bbc.co.uk/sport1/hi/rugby_union/european/4350766 .stm

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