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RiotACT Rugby Review Podcast – Season 2, Episode 5

By johnboy - 26 February 2007 5

After some delay the RiotACT Rugby Review Podcast 5 of 2007 is available now. It features the music of Tom Woodward from his “32-20 Blues” CD.

The beer for review this week is Crown Pilsner. The recording was done in the back room of All Bar Nun in O’Connor amidst much mirth and the sound of what we suspect was hobos battling with star pickets in the next room.

The feed for podcatching is http://the-riotact.com/wp-rss2.php?cat=43.

Feedback and comments are much appreciated either below, or to rugby@the-riotact.com

If you want to try your tips against ours then email them in by COB Monday to the above address.

The tips this week are:

Tim: Blues, Force, Chiefs, Hurricanes, Brumbies, Lions, Sharks
Katina: Highlanders, Waratahs, Chiefs, Stormers, Brumbies, Reds, Crusaders
Nick: Blues, Force, Cheetahs, Canes, Brumbies, Reds, sharks
John: Blues, Tahs, Cheetahs, Canes, Brumbies, Reds, sharks
Rob: Blues, Tahs, Cheetahs, Canes, Brumbies, Reds, Crusaders

What’s Your opinion?


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5 Responses to
RiotACT Rugby Review Podcast – Season 2, Episode 5
Nik_the_Pig 4:46 pm 27 Feb 07

No Jazz, it was just that as you couldn’t make it to the ‘cast your emailed in tips were read (and typed) out first. The results of the tipping ladder speaks volumes of your “superior rugby knowledge”

Jazz 4:32 pm 27 Feb 07

i noticed you all bowed to my superior rugby knowledge and put me at the top of you list of tippers this week.

be in awe!!

Ari 2:56 pm 27 Feb 07

Hey Dome,

What exactly is it that you are bagging about the CT ‘s description? I can’t quite fathom your line of thinking.

Dome 2:33 pm 27 Feb 07

EDIT:

in the above – substitute Collar Bone for shoulder blade – too much revision going on today – good thing I’m not a medico . . .

Dome 2:25 pm 27 Feb 07

Thank God the CT isn’t a medical Journal. Larkham’s “Sternum” injury so well described with a graphic of a rib cage’ is actually a shoulder blade injury. If it (the shoulder blade ie the clavicular) had dislocated where it attachs to the sternum, he’d have been sidelined for the rest of this season if not longer. Its a relatively rare and painful injury.

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