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  1. Not bad for someone who can't finish...
  2. Test cricket for me, T20 or one day games are just about manageable but anything longer is just a bit dull
  3. Excellent news for Randall, the form 9 in the country at the moment. Sinckler hasn't been included though, due to his ban. Which is good news as we'll have him for 4 weeks post Sale.
  4. Flatman has named Luatua his player of the season so far, thoroughly deserved imo
  5. I agree they do, respect for the referee is highly important in keeping the values of rugby. Backchat does happen regularly though, look at Dan Biggar for instance. I think it’s a little harsh on Sinckler that he’s been caught up on it just because what he said was heard because of the lack of crowd noise. Hopefully this’ll mean they start picking up on it more regularly in the future
  6. I think it’s been confirmed they won’t, at least the Premiership has confirmed there will now be a 2 week break
  7. Probably fair, although I feel he’s been scapegoated somewhat. He wasn’t aggressive towards the referee, or abusive. Had there been a full house there it probably wouldn’t have been heard. 2 weeks does send out a clear warning though
  8. Was I? I don’t think anyone was ‘all for’ us appointing Holden, rather I thought we should give him a chance to show us what he can bring. I’d still back that, as although the football hasn’t been the most inspiring we’re in the top 10 with a decent chance of a cup quarter final with how the draws panned out. I don’t think anyone expected City to be as exciting as Bristol rugby this season, the difference in quality of coaches explains that, so I’m not quite sure what you’re getting at?
  9. To be honest, I’m bored of it. I can’t remember the last time I wanted City, whereas every Bristol game this season has been enjoyable in its own way, even in defeat. Perhaps that will change, but for now, especially as we can’t go in person, Bristol have been much better lockdown entertainment
  10. Best 80 minutes of rugby we've played since Pat took over, everything about that performance was class. That was pretty much a full strength Exeter side and we reduced them to 1 try (which wasn't grounded), awesome stuff. What's so exciting is the likes of Randall, Lloyd, O'conor, Joyce all stepping up for the biggest games and putting in MOTM performances. A lot is said about the big money players, but it's these lt who make us tick, and it's so good to see. Shout out to Yann Thomas as well, who shored up that side of the scrum and gave us the momentum we needed at the set piece t
  11. What a game this is going to be. Shame about the COVID in Exeter’s squad, but they’re still putting out a very strong team. The slade v Radradra, Hughes v Simmonds and Sheedy v Simmonds match ups are going to be fascinating
  12. A lot of it is down to Willis, when he starts they win more often than not. I do feel they get away with a lot at the breakdown, but fair play to them. Their aggressive style has certainly worked in their favour so far, and they’ll be a threat come the end of the season to Exeter and Bristol
  13. Dean Richards isn’t exactly one of the most pleasant people in rugby. Bloodgate sums him up nicely...
  14. You aren’t alone, even when they lose I enjoy watching Bristol more at the moment. Good win in the end, especially considering the front row struggles. Going to need to step it up massively for Exeter but hopefully with the positive tested players back we’ll be more competitive at set pieces. What a shame about that try as well! Glorious rugby
  15. 21-10 now Newcastle all over us at the set piece but they’ve offered nothing in the backs. If we can keep the ball in open play confident we’ll get a bonus point win here
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