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  1. Advice for Eddie Butler on how to get a word in edgeways:

    Show some film of a Cup match (5th round, 1997-8) where Richmond lead Sale 30-27 with a few minutes left when they concede a penalty. Their hooker protests continuously and is sent off. Sale score and convert it for a four point win.

    Guess the hooker’s identity!

  2. Hi There

    I have recent photos of Phil Vickery from the ‘Have a pint with Phil Vickery’ event yesterday in London at The Bollo Pub as part of the launch of ragingbull.co.uk. Below is a link to the photos of Phil, if you would like them in a hgher resolution please contact me at alex@renegademedia.net

    http://www.locationalive.com The press release is also on the same page, if you have any questions again please contact me.

    Thanks, Ales Sass

  3. Not sure if this is the right way to send in a story. Not sure about the quality of my prose either, but I like the idea. Skibb

    Henson announces his retirement on X-Factor.

    Gavin Henson wowed fans when he launched his new pop career on X-Factor. The news was made even more spectacular when he also announced that girlfriend Charlotte Church also plans a career change and has started training with the Ospreys.

    “We’ve been working towards this for some time” explained Henson. “I’ve worked day and night with a full time voice coach, dance coach and personal stylist. Getting the right clothes, hair and fake-tan combination has been a bit tricky, but I think the long hours of preparation are finally paying off.”

    Charlotte Church has also been in training, gaining “condition” in preparation for her spectacular reinvention as a prop forward. “Adam Jones is her hero”, gushed Henson. “She’s been modelling her training on Jones for some time, and it shows. She’s even got the same hair” beamed Henson, who described her as an “untamed beast” when scrummaging.

    Henson admitted that he and Church had planned to continue their training in secret for a while longer but circumstances had forced their hand. Adams unfortunate injury is just opportunity that Charlotte was looking for. The Osprey’s need her and she’s ready to respond.

    Henson appeared tense when he explained that another reason that he and Church had to break cover now was in response to media reports that team mate Mike “Pikey” Phillips plans to become the David Beckham of Welsh rugby with his latest rub, Welsh Diva Duffy. “It’s not on” spat Henson, “that role is for Charlotte and I, but we realise that we have to vary it a bit to appear fresh to our fans”. Commenting on Duffy, he said, “I have much nicer legs than that Minger”. “She’s a Gog too”, he added in hushed tones. Henson also believes that Church’s rugby career will eclipse Phillips’s, adding that Phillips would always be second choice to Peel, O’Leary, Marshal or any other half-decent scrum half. “She’s just more physical than Pikey” stated Henson in a matter of fact way. “I’ve tackled both, so I should know”. “Admittedly, Phillips has nicer looking ankles”, he added. “Still we’re confident that we’ll see the bastards off and secure our rightful place with true stars such as David and Victoria, Wayne and Colleen and even Peter and Katy” Henson declared.

    Henson didn’t actually sing on Monday nights programme citing a recurring larynx injury and a tight hamstring. A nasty argument ensued when the judges threatened disqualification but everything was resolved following some tense commercial negotiations between Henson’s agent, Simon Cowell and Louis Walsh. It is believed that the multimillion pound deal covers two albums, a book, world tour and a fly-on-the-wall documentary.

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