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Archive #1 - January 1998 to Match 1998

Nice website guys.I am currently playing senior rugby in Melbourne, Australia (as a halfback/first five), having come over from New Zealand to play. I am looking in to the possibility of coming to America to further my rugby experiences. What opportunities are there for someone to come over and work and play rugby for clubs, such as yourselves. If you can help please reply to my email address.
Bryn Quigan <sara@idesign.com.au>
Melbourne, v Australia - Sunday, March 08, 1998 at 21:02:19 MST


Hey everybody, just screwin around at school, wanted to find the page and drop a line to yall... see you saturday at the game at which we will kick ass
Michael Garnett <jwg3528@flash.net>
Fort Worth, TX USA - Friday, March 06, 1998 at 10:16:09 MST


I play rugby union for Leeds RUFC and i have played at Twickenham, home of rugby union for Englnd in front of 75,000 which was unique experiance. if there is anyone that would like to talk to me then drop me an e-mail
Tim Pinder <LeedsRU@Yahoo.com>
Leeds, wywy England - Wednesday, March 04, 1998 at 06:07:52 MST


Incredible Hits against Denton, but where was the Keg????? D Heskett, FWRFC Social Club
dant <2tonpush@flash.net>
Arlington, TX USA - Tuesday, March 03, 1998 at 13:03:35 MST


Incredible Hits against Denton, but where was the Keg????? D Heskett, FWRFC Social Club
dant <2tonpush@flash.net>
Arlington, TX USA - Tuesday, March 03, 1998 at 13:02:24 MST


OUTSTANDING RUGBY AT THE MARDI GRAS!! THE KEY PAIR,THEO AND HENNO,JUST KEPT HITTING THOSE NAILS ON EL PASO'S COFFIN! AGAIN CONGRATULATIONS!
CHARL DE VILLIERS <CHARLBEV @TISD.NET>
VICTORIA, TX USA - Monday, March 02, 1998 at 18:54:12 MST


Im nine years old. I play rugby at Club San Fernando in Buenos Aires City. I like receing rugby information or if you can send to me some stickers (clubes) or emblems because its imposible have presents here.As I like rugby so much. Thank you for your answers and I hope the best. I love rugby!!
Juan Ignacio Schwabauer <schwaba@ciudad.com.ar>
(1643) Beccar, Buenos Aires Argentina - Friday, February 27, 1998 at 20:01:29 MST


I agree with Mike Kwedar's article in Rugby. However, as I see it, there is no prospect whatsoever of USA Rugby ever getting it's act together sufficiently to enforce the foreign player regulations. When Denton reached the Nationals, in '94 they made an enormous production of matching actual green cards with faces, how come they did not do that with Hayward last year? Also, anyone can tell whether a green card is fake or not. As I see it, rugby in the US would be better off if there were no limits on the number of foreigners on any team. Sure, for a while the clubs with most money and foreigners might dominate, but then that's true now isn't it?, they're just illegal.
David Selwood
Denton, Tx USA - Thursday, February 26, 1998 at 08:01:30 MST


Hey Bots, this is a great page. Thanks for all the support you guys give me and good luck for the season. See you all soon. Warren The Springbok Pub
Warren <springbok@fastlane.net>
Fort Worth, TX USA - Sunday, February 22, 1998 at 10:05:34 MST


Hey Boys, I think you have a great web page, but I must continue to support the Houston Old Boys, since my father and many friends play for them. But, good luck in your season and I am sure I will see you at a game sometime. Jessie
Jessie Prahm <prahmjer@seti.tec.sd.us>
Sioux Falls, SD USA - Tuesday, February 17, 1998 at 11:43:01 MST


Outstanding play by one and all at the Galveston Tournament. You're 70 minutes fit, keep training hard. Everyone who ever played for FWRFC is proud of all of you.
Brett Forrester <ottofocus@aol.com>
TX USA - Monday, February 16, 1998 at 17:54:27 MST


Fort Worth wins the 1998 Galveston Mardi Gras! Read the writeup Here. Not bad for a bunch of slugs!
Bots Hulen <>
Fort Worth, TX USA - Monday, February 16, 1998 at 09:46:01 MST


I really enjoyed the letter on cheating that Mike K. posted. I really look forward to being able to play very soon with a great bunch of guys.
Eric Pacheco <EAP@aol.com>
Fort Worths, Tx. USA - Sunday, February 15, 1998 at 12:17:29 MST


There has been some confusion about the date of the Western RFU Championship in Dallas. The web sites of Rugby Magazine, Dallas Harlequins, and Aspen RFC all (now) agree that the date is April 24-26. There are still a few reputable web sites that have the wrong date, but I suspect the date above is the correct one.
Bots Hulen <>
Fort Worth, TX USA - Friday, February 13, 1998 at 06:56:24 MST


You forgot old.Somebody get me a doughnut.I'm deeply hurt.
buddy taylor <buddy@fortwothrugby.org>
USA - Wednesday, February 11, 1998 at 16:37:53 MST


You fat ,slow,worthless slugs.
the phantom
USA - Wednesday, February 11, 1998 at 16:32:39 MST


You fat ,slow,worthless slugs.
the phantom
USA - Wednesday, February 11, 1998 at 16:32:20 MST


Hey Bots why doesn't anyone ever get on here and give us grief.Maybe call us old,fat,lazy, out of shape and slow.I might take offense to the old comment.It might make me get off the couch to get another doughnut or something.This guest book seemed like a great idea when you were putting it together,but noone is using it,except for Brett and he's just spouting out another law to disregard.
buddy taylor <buddy@fortworth.org>
USA - Wednesday, February 11, 1998 at 16:28:27 MST


Sounds like Dallas Our Gang is getting it together.Should I cancell these tickets to Chicago?
Buddy Taylor <buddy@fortworthrugby.com>
USA - Wednesday, February 11, 1998 at 13:34:35 MST


Gentlemen I jumped the gun posting the IRFB ruling below. It seems that USARFU has not decided what to do about this. As usual they are afraid to make a decision. I suggest you wear headgear and taped pads if you want to and make the referee on the day decided.
Brett Forrester <ottofocus@aol.com>
TX USA - Monday, February 09, 1998 at 21:45:24 MST


Dan, If free markets, less government interference, & more personal freedom are stone-aged, then I guess you're right. -Bots
Bots <>
Fort Worth, TX USA - Wednesday, February 04, 1998 at 08:16:26 MST


Bots is a techno-god with stone-aged politcal and social views. Jammin' site, Bots. You jam. Keep jammin'.
Daniel Morgan
TX USA - Monday, February 02, 1998 at 20:14:21 MST


Hey Bots! Thanks for the TCU Horned Frog Rugby web page! It's looks great, and we couldn't have done it without you! Thanks again!
English Bob <JRMarriott@delta.is.tcu.edu>
Fort Worth, TX USA - Sunday, February 01, 1998 at 14:39:03 MST


Great site ,We'll be on line soon Tullamore Rugby Club
Tullamore Termites <jmurray@lisp.com.au>
Tullamore, n.s.w Australia - Saturday, January 31, 1998 at 21:52:07 MST


great site ,we'll be on line soon. Tullamore Rugby Club
TULLAMORE TERMITES <jmurray@lisp.com.au>
Tullamore, NSW Australia - Saturday, January 31, 1998 at 21:47:20 MST


The IRB has finally made a decision regarding protective gear. LAW 4. Player’s dress. The law as written has been the subject of widespread infringement by unions at all levels of play. This has created a situation in which the use of headgear and padding has been allowed by some member unions of the IRB in varying degrees. To prevent this situation from arising as a problem the IRB has caved in to the following extent. The power brokers of big cash rugby and TV in the southern hemisphere got their way. Big surprise. Players will not wear any item which might cause injury to themselves or any other player (referee escape clause). Shoulder Padding: Optimum, Proline, Rugby Tech, Silver Fern, Valpro and Vulkan. The above padding, now approved, would be permitted if it were not an undergarment!!? All this means is if you buy some 2" tape and wind it around where the sleeves stop on your biceps and around where it stops at the bottom of your rib cage, it has now become attached to your body. This is legal as written under Law 4 (1) third bullet point. Scrum Caps: Canterbury, Gilbert and Rhino. Be aware that referees will not announce the changes yet, but are directed to allow them to slip in as of now, if you ask. Refs are directed to keep a sharp eye out check during the boot check. Keep in mind two important things. Some referees may not be aware or just want to be a prick about it and law 6 (5)..."the referee is the sole judge of fact and of law." If he says no it's no, but that should not happen with north Texas referees. In closing. This may not be a problem at the level your club plays, however beware of the screaming kamikaze with a brain bucket on. This is most likely to be at the collegiate level. All of us, both player and referee, must watch out for such morons. Also, do not attempt to use a scrum cap to aid in the cover of a bleeding head wound. As for shoulder pads taped on, this is clearly more inclined towards protection to the wearer and for some, one step closer to rugby league.
Brett Forrester <ottofocus@aol.com>
TX USA - Thursday, January 29, 1998 at 08:06:02 MST


Great job on the web pages, especially TCU!
A rugby fan
TX USA - Wednesday, January 28, 1998 at 16:05:27 MST


Thanks for the nice comments. Be sure to check out the "Pictures" link on the left. Also, the TCU link has been updated with more information and pictures...
Webmaster <>
Fort Worth, TX USA - Tuesday, January 27, 1998 at 17:26:18 MST


Just wanted to say "great page," from a fellow rugger moved in from Michigan. I'll have to check out a couple of games. Good luck! - Eric
Eric Koppin <koppin@hotmail.com>
Lewisville, TX USA - Tuesday, January 27, 1998 at 13:34:43 MST


I just arrived from europe, after two long years of building a rugby club and getting accepted in the German Rugby Union since government cutbacks and drawdowns devestated the Military League. I am totally amazed at the professionalism and organization that the Ft. Worth Rugby demonstrates just from this Web Page. Your reputation also preceedes you. I'm ready to Ruck and Roll!
James Hunt <jimbohunt2@aol.com or jhunt@fwh.afres.af.mil>
Ft. Worth, TX USA - Monday, January 26, 1998 at 14:44:16 MST


Testing...
Webmaster <>
Fort Worth, TX USA - Friday, January 23, 1998 at 21:07:48 MST


Sounds like your team is even better this year,if so we need A whole lot of work if we plan on changing the results of this years TRU. Best of luck with the rest of your season, I am sure we will meet again, Joe(Woodlands RFC)
Joe Dryer <JoeD@fairind.com>
Houston, Tx USA - Friday, January 23, 1998 at 09:34:26 MST


Add to this guestbook! It's now been a week without an addition. 200 hits in two weeks and only about a dozen guestbook entries, half of which are mine. Let me know what you think!
Bots Hulen <>
Fort Worth, TX USA - Tuesday, January 20, 1998 at 15:46:48 MST


Hey Bots thanks for broadcasting our number all over the internet, just kidding thanks for all your help and we cant wait to see the finished product.
Bryant Caldwell <Bwcaldwell@delta.is.tcu.edu>
Ft. Worth, TX USA - Tuesday, January 13, 1998 at 22:05:20 MST


Well guys,I'm starving from the Mauls,the side steps and the overlaps. I used to play wing in high school,but up here ain't no rugby Hook me up with some passes
Hamza <hmujabi@hotmail.com>
Lansing, MI USA - Tuesday, January 13, 1998 at 17:43:03 MST


Simon,
I'd much rather write about (and remember) a 26-25 victory over Wales OTC than write about the two losses. The Girdlestone tournament was a fiasco. Hats off to Wales OTC for winning it, though.
Bots

Bots Hulen <>
Fort Worth, TX USA - Tuesday, January 13, 1998 at 15:53:20 MST


Nice set up guys, liked the write up on the wales game. Where are the results from the games in the Girdlestone? How is "Woody" settling down / playing? Possibly see some of you in Jan 98.
SIMON "TOMMO" THOMSON <srthomso@glam.ac.uk>
cardiff, wwales UK - Tuesday, January 13, 1998 at 08:42:48 MST


Sterling job on the Web Page, Bots! You also have a (latent)fine career as a sports reporter! Keep up the good work. Guy.
Guy Manning <guyvmann@flash.net>
Fort Worth, Tx USA - Saturday, January 10, 1998 at 15:55:20 MST


Great page but, you need lots of referee action photos.
Gandolf <dolf4rugby@aaol.com>
Austin, USA - Saturday, January 10, 1998 at 01:10:22 MST


Outstanding, I salute webMaster Bots. By the way can you scan from negatives? I have a photo of one of the local flyhalfs for you. Do I need to print it? Em your answer.
Brett <ottofocus@aol.com>
USA - Friday, January 09, 1998 at 16:44:57 MST


Great job Botts?Thanks for keeping FWRFC a topnotch organization.
buddy <buddy@fortworthrugby.com ?>
USA - Friday, January 09, 1998 at 16:08:33 MST


For comments on this site, email me. Thanks.
Bots Hulen <>
Fort Worth, TX USA - Friday, January 09, 1998 at 15:10:41 MST


TCU Webmaster <tcu@tcu.com>
Fort Worth, TX USA - Friday, January 09, 1998 at 14:10:36 (MST


Here are the initial comments.
Bots the webmaster <>
Fort Worth, TX USA - Friday, January 09, 1998 at 14:00:02 (MST


 


 
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