Sunday 22 July 2007

Kiwis On The Warpath


- New Zealand 26-12 Australia
- 21/7/07 - Eden Park, Auckland

[Blatantly stolen from the Rugby Roundtable]

I was born on the deck of a Criminal Boat
My mama used to dance for the food theyd throw
Papa would do whatever he could
Take a little anal, skull a couple bottles of doctor good

Gypsys, tramps, and thieves
Wed hear it from the members stand
Theyd call us gypsys, tramps, and thieves
But every night all the men would come around
And lay my mother down

Picked up a wing from the south of Fiji
A few Coconuts and some Bro Mozzies
Throw them in together with George and Bernie
Cross all our fingers
Cos all the rest are whiteys

Gypsys, tramps, and thieves
Wed hear it from the members stand
Theyd call us gypsys, tramps, and thieves
But every night all the men would come around
And tie my ‘roo down

To be sung enmass, to groups of the Criminal Element, anywhere in the world at anytime. Regardless of the result in the weekend, they must never forget from whence they came. Tune of some famous Cher song, I dunno which one..

Again I managed to miss this game but after briefly scrolling through the scorers I see D.C. manged to net himself 7 penalties, Woodcock adding the 5 for New Zealand's 26 so I'm presuming it was a messy affair, Australia giving away a lot of penalties and being slowly kicked to death.

As an aside New Zealand have announced a 29-man squad for the World Cup, leaving one single place still up for grabs. The squad so far is:

Dan Carter
Jerry Collins
Andrew Ellis
Nick Evans
Carl Hayman
Andrew Hore
Doug Howlett
Chris Jack
Byron Kelleher
Sione Lauaki
Brendon Leonard
Luke McAlister
Richie McCaw
Leon MacDonald
Chris Masoe
Aaron Mauger
Keven Mealamu
Malili Muliaina
Anton Oliver
Keith Robinson
Josevata Rokocoko
Sitiveni Sivivatu
Conrad Smith
Rodney So’oialo
Reuben Thorne
Neemia Tialata
Isaia Toeava
Ali Williams
Tony Woodcock

I think the French and the Sud Afrikens have announced their squads too, the Criminality release theirs on Monday and... I dunno about the other big 10 countries

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