Scots and Irish come second
The bloggee who not so long ago drew Huttonian's attention to Englands's defeat by Scotland at rugby has been somewhat reticent over this afternoon's result from Rome. The same reticence may also apply to the events at Twickenham where England had a good day at the office. The Bhoys in the Pubs in both Drogheda and Dundalk will be crying into their stout, poor lads. There are other things than being good at Rugby.
As both the Irish and the Scots have known for some time
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