Awesome! Maar TKB is niet echt boeiend geloof ik.quote:
Geen idee, kom nooit in Nijmegen. Destijds was het de stamkroeg van Obelix waar ze na de wedstrijd gingen zuipen en feesten. Geen idee of ze dag nog steeds doen.quote:
Na de trainingen ook, maar ik ga niet mee eigenlijk.quote:
http://www.espnscrum.com/argentina/rugby/story/153858.htmlquote:The Rugby Championship: (venues TBC)
August 18: Australia v New Zealand & South Africa v Argentina
August 25: New Zealand v Australia & Argentina v South Africa
September 8: Australia v South Africa & New Zealand v Argentina
September 15: Australia v Argentina & New Zealand v South Africa
September 29: South Africa v Australia & Argentina v New Zealand
October 6: South Africa v New Zealand & Argentina v Australia
Nog bedankt voor de tip, was een leuke wedstrijd om te zien.quote:Op zaterdag 26 november 2011 15:31 schreef Nielsch het volgende:
Live vanuit Twickenham: Barbarian FC - Australië
quote:England fly-half Jonny Wilkinson has retired from international rugby.
The 32-year-old won 91 England caps, kicked the winning drop-goal in the 2003 World Cup final and played six Tests for the British and Irish Lions.
"I would like to take this opportunity to announce my retirement from international rugby," said Wilkinson.
"To do so fills me with great sadness, but I know I have been blessed in so many ways to have experienced what I have with the England rugby team."
Despite a career plagued by injury, Wilkinson is England's all-time leading scorer with 1,179 points.
He is second on the all-time lists with 1,246 Test points, placing him just behind New Zealand's Dan Carter.
Wilkinson's record for his country includes six tries, 162 conversions, 239 penalties and a record 36 drop-goals.
"To say I have played through four World Cups, two Lions tours, 91 international games and a ridiculous number of injuries and other set backs gives me an incredibly special feeling of fulfilment," he stated.
"But by now I know myself well enough to know that I will never truly be satisfied! It goes without saying that I would like to wish [interim coach] Stuart Lancaster, his coaches and the England Squad every bit of success available to them.
"I would also very much like to extend those wishes to Martin Johnson, Brian Smith, Mike Ford, John Wells, Graham Rowntree and the rest of the England 2011 World cup management team who have been fantastic and deserve people to know that.
"For me now, I will continue to focus ever harder on my goal of being the very best I can be with Toulon Rugby Club and continue to embrace and enjoy wherever that path takes me."
Lancaster, who has been appointed as England's interim head coach for the Six Nations, paid a glowing tribute to Wilkinson.
"Jonny has had a fantastic international career which has spanned four World Cups and 91 caps, and ranks as one of England's greatest ever players," he commented.
"He will, of course, be remembered for that drop-goal. But he is more than that, a model sportsman - down to earth and hard-working - who has never stopped trying to be the best that he can.
"Everyone who has played with, coached and watched Jonny play should feel privileged to have had an involvement with him.
"Not only has he been a world-class player, but he has inspired thousands to play and watch the game of rugby.
"He will continue to do great things with Toulon, and I would like to go and see him in France to learn from his vast knowledge and experience of 13 years at the very top of the international game."
https://twitter.com/#!/Willemdejongquote:A possible rugby fixture between bokken and baabaas in Amsterdam this year is becoming closer and closer.