Monday, 1 March 2010

Sucker for 10s

We played so well.  And yet we lost.  It's heart-breaking, though nothing compared to a fortnight ago.  And now I have another fortnight to wait.  In the meantime, I thought I'd share something with you.

Sorry-- I'm talking about rugby again.  The 6 Nations.  In case you were confused.  

I have to confess, I can't but help play favourites.  I love all my Scotland boys, no doubt.  They all have a special, special place in my heart.

Even so, I can't help it.  I love a good fly-half.  I love to watch them kick and run and tackle... they can generally do it all.  And dang.  Just look at this!

 James Hook, of Wales, courtesy of the bbc.
Ronan O'Gara, of Ireland, courtesy of the bbc.
Today's Irish hero, Johnathan Sexton, courtesy of Sky Sports.
Jonny Wilkinson.  England.  Oh boy.  I know I'm not supposed to cheer for them, but dang.  From the RBS 6 Nations.
Chris Paterson, our most amazing kicker.  Sadly, he's out with an injury for the rest of the 6 Nations.  From the Daily Mail.
And Dan Parks, our very animated play-maker.  I love it when this guy is on the pitch.  Again from the Daily Mail.

And just to round things out, my boys:

4 comments:

Barb said...

Girl, you make me laugh! You are to rugby what I am to Alabama football, namely, a fanatic fan! :) Glad you have something fun to watch over there.

Amie Vaughan said...

it's true, barb, it's true. we are the same in that way, it's only the sport that differs. =)

jdawg said...

pansies. the forwards are where the action is! flankers and number eights!

Amie Vaughan said...

no, you're right. but because they are pansies, they keep their lovely looks. =D