Tuesday, July 01, 2008

TdF Fantasy League

I've joined Eurosport Fantasy Tour de France game at

and I bet that my team, G Rad, will beat any team you can put together!

I challenge you to join my mini league. Go to the game ( at http://fantasy.tour-de-france.eurosport.com/?page=register ), pick your team then use the ‘mini league admin' option to join my mini league.

The details you need are:
League Name:
Global Rad
League password:

It's not hard and it doesn't cost anything – plus there are some great prizes to win, so unless you're afraid of getting beaten I'm looking forward to seeing you in my league soon!


The Cheetahs hosted the Lions in Blingfontyn and with the history of the two teams, well another hard fought Derby was to be expected.

Both teams were guilty of too many basic errors and based on the performance of Saturday- no one has booked a playoff spot as yet, come Oktober- which is still lOOking rather colourless.

The Cheetahs did play with alot of commitment, but if Kobus Calldo is injured and the locks do not play with more aggression, it is going to be a huge struggle against the physical teams of this competition.

The defence has improved remarkable since the S14 and with ball in hand the Cheetahs lOOked dangerous. Two possible tries were not awarded due to - flat passes - one very dubious - but that is life.

The play of Niel Powell and Chris Rossouw was the highlight of the day from the Cheetahs side.

The backline looks capable of scoring tries from wherever on the field and the lOOse trio are very mobile HUSARIA- style. They contested the breakdown well, but might be a bit light when the Percheron ploDDers from up North stages the breakdown close to the setpieces.

The lineouts were a disaster- maybe because the Lions had 4 jumpers but eish- not used to my team struGGling there.

LuftwaFFe- go BIG boet!

All in all - a solid win - nothing to be overjoyed about!

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