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June Internationals 2017

British & Irish Lions 2017

 

Hi,

We have 2 NEW SuperBru Pools for all to join!

  • The British & Irish Lions 2017 tour to New Zealand starts on Saturday (3 June 2017) when the New Zealand Barbarians host the British & Irish Lions at Northlands Events Centre in Whangarei, so hurry up and do not delay to register and pick for it!
  • The June Internationals of 2017 starts on 10 June, so register for that too!

We have opened our Pools up to all readers of Rugby-Talk.com, but we encourage you to register as a subsciber on Rugby-Talk.com anyway, as our banter and commenting about our Pools will mostly take place here on the website and not on the SuperBru banter boards! It is so easy to register and such fun to discuss rugby here.

Our SuperBru pools are all lively and taking part in them adds to the spice and rivalry here on Rugby-Talk.com.

To all our recent registered users who have not played SuperBru with us yet, kindly join up and become even deeper entrenched in our community here.

Now get hopping, don’t delay your registrations and also do not delay picking for the first games!

SuperBru’s system has queued a heap of Invitations, so if you do not receive an Invitation, kindly manually apply to the Pools!!

 

The Pool details are:

Pool Name: Rugby-Talk June Tests 2017

Pool Code: marljaws

 

Pool Name: Rugby-Talk B&I Lions 2017

Pool Code: tackcagy

 

 

Regards,

Rudi Geldenhuys

(Webmaster & Pool Captain)

7 Responses to SuperBru Pools: Join our Rugby-Talk June Tests 2017 & Rugby-Talk B&I Lions 2017 Pools!

  • 1

    I’ve signed up for Superbru. (what fool am I).

    But I’m only sign up to take part. ………………………………..It’s the taking part that counts …………….right.
    So when I win……….I will be humble……………………………yeah right.

    Happy to impart local tips along the way.

    Tip number 1:
    Lions will pulverise NZ Barbarians.

    1st match on The Tour, yes,
    Not yet over jet lag, yes.
    Not yet acclimatized, Yes.

    But any fully Professional Outfit, should kick the living sh#t out of the Semi-Professionals that they will face.

    Brit & Irish Leo’s by 39.

    Warren Gatland said on arrival here, that he wants to build a Team spirit, Team Harmony, and competition for Test spots.

    He is already light years ahead of the last Lions Coach to Tour NZ, Sir Clive, who would select England “B” Players, ahead of Jocks, Taffies or Paddies. Lets face it. This Team cannot do any worse. That’s impossible.

    To the Lions fans. Welcome. You are the greatest fans in World Rugby. By a country mile. And then some.

    Bring it on.

  • 2

    @ cane:
    Hi cane enjoy the Lions tour in your country I trust you were there at the airport to welcome them on arrival :-)
    You are being a lot more charitable to the coach than many here are as he seems to have chosen way too many Welsh players remember they finished behind England Ireland and Scotland in the last Six Nations. Let’s see what the first test 23 looks like to see how unbiased he can be.

  • 3

    Probably going to miss the opening game hope it’s a good one. Lions by 12 would be my wild guess maybe more

  • 4

    What’s all this talk about Cheetahs posibly playing in the Pro12?

  • 5

    Hi rebop75 saw your posts further down on another article thanks for the squads. What are your thoughts on the series in South Africa who do you think will win? Couldn’t have been closer between SA and France in the U20s. Surely that result will make it very hard for one of those teams to progress to the knockout stages of the U20 tournament.

  • 6

    1 @ cane:
    Hello mate & welcome to the whacky world of Superbru!!!

    Enjoy the Lions Tour & may they return to their little mud island battered & bruised!!! Beaten-up

    Beaten-up Beaten-up Beaten-up

  • 7

    @bullscot
    U20
    Too bad we lost this game against SA… we played badly the last 10mn
    up yo you to beat Argentina (tough)
    and us to win against Georgia with a bonus point (we do not really have the backs to do so)
    and both teams will go (and lose) in the semi
    but for our 9 couilloud no real good player in our team,Fartass our Stade Français wing/center is talented but slightly wounded
    I have seen on TV France against Argentina and we were lucky to win… at the last minute
    Argentina missed too many penalties….

    FRANCE
    our 10 Lopez 5clermont) is to rest this summer and do some surgery (replaced by Thinh Duc just returning to competition…)
    our young and talented lock Iturria KO in the Top14 final (thank you Nonu…) replaced by his substitute at Clermont Jedreziak

    Globally France has improved
    at least we try to play some rugby and we have a good scrum
    BUT
    our players are really really tired
    first test will be important if we lose (or do not really compete) it will be really difficult and the third test will be ugly…
    No idea which SA team we will face ???
    Guess you will play direct
    and we will run


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