Saturday, June 09, 2007

Mini sum-up about today's match : NZ 62/France 10...oups...

First and foremost, Sebastien Chabal will soon come back to NZ ; he's got fans down there now! I had never seen a foreign player leaving the field and claping (??) the home crowd who responded by doing the same (this is not Wales here, huh?).

Then, today, my dad's target was not the referee (Craig was just...woaw!) but someone he (my dad) called Sleeping Beauty (I agree with only one word!) i.e. Richie! Sorry buddy! He (my dad, who is the rugby expert at home) seems to think that you kinda fall asleep over the ball and that you aren't enough penalised for offside (it's not new news, don't worry) And don't worry (again!) because when you left the field, Troy Flavell became the new Sleeping Beauty.

Our buddy from last week (mister Dickinson) made another mistake -corrected in 2 seconds by mister Joubert...too good, Craig!- Seems that Graham Henry's best Aussie referee of the Super 14 needs some rest before the World Cup!

In between of all these actions, Byron Kelleher celebrated his last (?) home game with the ABs and 50th match (still with the ABs) by scoring a try. Anton Oliver's try was weird (the guy might have ended up in a wheel chair just to give 5 more points to his coutry...woaw!). Nice try scored by one of the Laharrague's brothers (Julien, I think...). Mini fight between Durand (9) and Luke (12). Also took notice of Neemia Tialata's underwear (the so call black pants with the white stripes... sorry!!!)

-> didn't get only one thing : when Luke can't convert a try/ or score a penalty, why don't Nick Evans or Leon McDonald try to kick? If someone gets it, please, give me a call...

Get well soon to Ali Williams (tongue? or tooth? no idea!) and some French players (including Chabal for his shoulder -thank you Jerry Collins!)

Congratulations to the girls of Chilton Saint James who sang the national anthems (that was so cute!)

Kiwi cliche : boys playing rugby and girls singing!

More photos to be published tomorrow ;)

Tout d'abord, Chabal qui a ete ovationne a chaque fois qu'il avait le ballon et meme quand il est sorti (je n'avais jamais vu un joueur applaudir un public a l'etranger!). Il a trouve un nouveau lieu de villegiature!

Ensuite, la victime du jour n'etait pas l'arbitre (Craig Joubert, c'est le meilleur...parole de fan!), mais la Belle au Bois Dormant (surnom donne par l'expert es rugby de la famille) c'est a dire Richie! Il semblerait (d'apres mon pere!) que notre Captain s'endorme sur le ballon et ne soit pas assez penalise pour hors-jeux (c'est pas nouveau!) Mais que notre chouchou ne s'enerve pas car a sa sortie, la nouvelle Belle etait Troy Flavell!

Notre ami de la semaine derniere (Dickinson) etait juge de ligne mais a quand meme fait une tite boulette -immediatement rectifiee par Craig (l'honneur du corps arbitral etait sauf!) Celui que G. Henry avait juge comme meilleur arbitre australien du Super14 devra bien profiter de ses vacances pre coupe du monde!!!

Pendant ce temps la, Byron Kelleher a celebre ses 50 matches et derniers a la maison avec les ABs en marquant un essai. Anton Oliver a risque sa vie en offrant 5 points de plus a son pays. Magnifique essai en contre d'un des freres Laharrague (Julien je crois...) Echange de noms d'oiseaux entre Durand et McAlister. Mais aussi (et on ne peux pas passe a cote!) le fameux slip noir a rayures blanches de Neemia Tialata (je m'excuse mais je ne vois que ca quand il joue...)

-> petite remarque cependant : si quelqu'un pouvait m'expliquer pourquoi McDo et Evans ne remplacent pas McAlister a la botte quand il a du mal, ca m'arrangerait!
Bon retablissement a Ali Williams (blesse a la langue ou a une dent? parti a l'hopital a la mi-temps) et a certains joueurs francais (dont Sebastien Chabal dont l'epaule droite n'a pas resiste a Jerry Collins...)

Felicitations a la chorale de l'ecole Chilton Saint James pour les hymnes (c'etait trop chou!)

Eh oui, en Nouvelle Zelande, on apprends aux filles a chanter et aux garcons a jouer au rugby...
Plus de photos a venir ;)

ps: j'ai aussi apprecie quand m. Joubert a demande a un premier ligne francais "Do you speak English?" avant de lui dire pourquoi il etait sanctionne... c'est la premiere fois que je vois ca! Merci!


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