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Juliet

Oooh, lucky you! Were you part of the giant saltire? A well-deserved win for Scotland, I thought. England were a pathetic mess. My loyalties were divided, but I hate to see Scotland lose at Murrayfield, so am secretly pleased (though I keep this to myself in case my children would throw me out of the house!)

Peter the flautist

Poor rugby from both sides in my opinion, certainly very far from a classic battle.

Rhys

Now this is a very exciting and unexpected development on your Blog. Any chance of some words?I watched Wales v Ireland dozing on the settee having eaten one and a half too many cream cakes!
I always love watching rugby. It makes me think of being at school (yes I did play rugby for the school)and trying very hard at something that is difficult(and I did find it VERY DIFFICULT). I find(incredibly ) it brings order and resolve into my life... which was a good job because I had to go and do a sponsered swim at 6.15 pm and needed something to get me in the mood because I was not looking forward to it!
So WORDS please!

Claire

My husband was at the match like you. I was shopping in town with my sister but ended up in a crowd around the televisions in John Lewis. What a cheer went up in the electrical department when the passion of Scotland and the "Murrayfield effect" won the day. It may not have been great rugby but it was a good win!

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