It was a super Saturday in the Six Nations this past weekend! As long as you weren’t English or Welsh anyway! But ‘In the Bin’ rugby pod enjoyed every minute of it, and cannot wait to share the news and views this week.
Paddy and Andy are in contrasting moods, to dive into all the major talking points.
Colossal 6 Nations weekend
It all started in Marseille, where Basteraraud’s ban ended and…. ‘sacre bleu’ so did France’s winless run. Although a turgid affair, at least not many people turned up to watch it!
Things improved enormously, across in Dublin with a corker of a game. Wales proved Biggar isn’t always better, as Ireland dominated. Yet, as good as the Irish are, they only sealed the win late in the game.
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The action was all rounded off smartly at Murrayfield, with a big upset in the Calcutta Cup. Big….it was bigger than a night out with Greig Laidlaw.
Didn't think I could love Greeg anymore than I did already & then I saw this <3 pic.twitter.com/cgYRrHBsaS
— Graham Love (@GLove39) February 25, 2018
Scotland caused England to have a nervous breakdown, with Barclay showing he’s a premier league operator, and Finn Russell back to his exquisite best. It was a bonny night in Edinburgh. So “how is the head?”
Domestic Rugby recap
In domestic action, the Premiership had more dramatic endings then the marvel universe.
Whilst in the Pro14, Munster closed the gap on Glasgow, and Scarlets downed Ulster in the weekends main games.
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