Posted 15 August 2013 - 12:29 PM
1st game v Sheffield with ten French men, a Pole, a Kiwi,a Tongan,a Moldovan & three Aussies. Was it...
I’m short of the two French lads. I’ll have to have a word with Vincent Wulf who lives round the corner. He’s up at the crack of dawn working on the new hospital extension in Toulouse. May yet make another season I hear at Villegailhenc.
Paul - Yes Chamorin was a super classy player wasn’t he. He would be a walkin at Dragons today I reckon. Odd is’nt it that decade here we had a number of outstanding backs. After Chamorin we had that great centre pairing at St Gaudens of Sirvent and Dulac, the rapier and the cudgel.
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