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Marcus

I know nothing of rugby. In fact, I think I may have actually avoided it all together. This post may have changed that. This post may be one of your best. I love it when you write like this.

Colman

Thanks, Marcus, and good evening.

John V Willshire

That was the day of my stag do. We watched Australia v Sussex down at Hove, and left after three hours to watch the Rugby. Just a *bit* gutting.

On the bright side, Australia drew with Sussex, lost confidence, and several weeks later Ricky Ponting was bowled by Broad at Lords as we were married. I found this out afterwards.

Happy days.

neilperkin

I agree with Marcus. A lovely post.

Colman

John, happy days indeed.

Neil, good to see you over these parts, a nice and gentle reminder that people do very occasionally, if the wind is blowing in the right direction, head over to blogs.

Ucanbe

ow THAT - is a post. Colman - legend. Well done. Timely.

doug

Am I a hero?

Colman

No, Fresh, just a media boy done good.

Brett T. T. Macfarlane

It's curious the truest spirit of sport and sportsmanship rarely lies with the greats and winningest but more those who fought the hardest for their shot.

Quality, proper blogging. Nice.

Colman

Very nicely put, Brett.

Rob

You're being very sentimental at the moment - it's nice - especially when it results in wonderful posts like this and the previous one.

We need more people who believe in doing stuff for a higher purpose rather than just personal gain - but then I work in adland so I'm about as hypocritical as you can get.

Rob

1:25-1:34 and 2:00-2:10 are sheer bloody awesome.

Colman

Sentimental is a trap, but who cares, right.

Rob

A good trap. Sometimes ...

doug

@Paulo LOL

John

Has Ms. Tyler been informed?

ryan

Mr. Colman. Excellent. A true hero indeed.

Colman

John, WTF?

Ryan, welcome etc

Rob

The Australian version doesn't quite match it:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4Ah_JzyVd4E

Colman

Rob, I've spent years waiting for the right time to share that clip in a Nike briefing.

"There was this chick in the Olympics, she came 8th or something, but that doesn't matter..."

Rob

I love that bit - it's my favourite part of the whole thing - you've inspired me to play it to Simon @ NIKE, let's hope he gets it. Or I'll see you at the job centre.

Colman

"The bitch didn't quit", eloquent.

Rob

Showed it Simon, his response:

"Good job they didn't video my staff meeting today".

What a legend.

Colman

Evening, Fresh.

Peter Hatton

Beautifully written, inspiration in a strange softly spoken intense way. You should have just signed off hero, the fuck was Superfluous

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