Rugby Spunk Round-Up #1

Well I’ve finally realised what a massive task I’ve set myself in coming up with an “International Team of Spunks,” and the newly named “International Team of Lovely Personalities.” I had to rename the ugly team, because somehow, when an ugly bastard plays rugby, he looks quite hot – well to me anyway. It’s such a manly, visceral game don’t you think?

However this task is an intense process and requires me to watch a lot of rugby! Steve doesn’t mind of course, but really, I have better things to do with my time. The first round of matches is important, because that’s when everyone gets to play and to ensure we truly do develop two international teams, I have to watch as much as I can. We missed out on the first round of games because my husband failed to get the TV service installed that covered it – doh! So less time to survey the field.

I’ve enjoyed some of the rugby, but at this stage, it’s not really the exciting stuff – the Haka’s aren’t as passionate, the competition too one sided, but it’s also evolving and improving as the teams are getting better together, so it’s all positive from here. The Ireland vs Australia game was depressing and Argentina were brutal against England. Anyone with the luck of facing Fiji, Tonga or Western Samoa certainly know it after the games – blood sport is all I can say -  and I fully appreciate why it is considered the second most dangerous sport in the world.

The Russia vs US game was interesting.  America was all high fives and the Russians more sombre, not even singing their anthem in tune. But don’t the Russians have the physiques of fridges? My word. Dan Vickerman gave us a lovely show when we saw his underpants and tight buttocks in the 20th minute against Ireland, and I have to say, Adam Ashley Cooper of Australia has a very nice arse. The Irish supporters were superb, the US fans mildly entertaining, the commentary teams are doing well pronouncing all the names, and all in all, it’s a feast for the eyes and senses.

Below I’ve started tabulating the names. Anything to add? Not all countries are represented yet, but I will get there I promise. I also need to start putting numbers/positions with each name to come up with a selection covering every position on the field. Oh dear, the challenges I set myself.

So would you like to share your favourite moment to date?

Yours, without the bollocks
Andrea

Nominees to date include:

You can check everyone out at the official RWC11 site

Spunks
  • Victor Matfield – Sth Africa
  • Morné Steyn – Sth Africa
  • Mike Phillips – Wales
  • Jamie Roberts – Wales
  • Joe Ansbro – Scotland
  • Ally Strokosch – Scotland
  • Pat Danahy – USA
  • Scott LaValla - USA
  • Todd Clever – USA
  • Alexander Voytov – Russia
  • Denis Antonov – Russia
  • Andrey Ostrikov – Russia
  • Alexey Makovetskiy – Russia
  • Richie McCaw – NZ
  • Ma'a Nonu - NZ
  • Victor Vito – NZ
  • Richard Kahui – NZ
  • Sekope Kepu – Aus
  • Saia Faingaa – Aus
  • Anthony Faingaa - Aus
  • Nathan Sharpe – Aus
  • Adam Ashley-Cooper – Aus
  • David Pocock – Aus
  • Quade Cooper – Aus – he’s got something!
  • Alisi Tupuailai – Japan
  • Toetuu Taufa - Japan
  • Bryce Robins - Japan
  • Brian O'Driscoll – Ireland
  • Cian Healy – Ireland – huge fan of his thighs
  • Alesana Tuilagi - Samoa
  • Tasesa Lavea – Samoa
  • Anthony Perenise – Samoa
  • Maurie Faasavalu – Samoa
  • Ofisa Treviranus – Samoa
  • George Pisi – Samoa
  • Manaia Salavea - Samoa
Nice Personalities
  • Gurthrö Steenkamp – Sth Africa
  • Shalck Burger – Sth Africa
  • Adam Jones – Wales
  • Stephen Jones – Wales
  • Moray Low – Scotland
  • David Zirakashvili – Georgia
  • Alexander Todua - Georgia
  • Mike MacDonald – USA
  • Sergey Popov – Russia
  • Andrey Garbuzov - Russia
  • Keven Mealamu – NZ
  • Piri Weepu – NZ – although I love him!
  • Sam Whitelock – NZ
  • Colin Slade – NZ
  • Andrew Hore - NZ
  • Tatafu Polota-Nau – Aus
  • Kurtley Beale – Aus
  • Stephen Moore - Aus
  • Yusuke Aoki - Japan
  • Jerry Flannery – Ireland
  • Paul O'Connell – Ireland
  • Sean Cronin – Ireland
  • Damien Varley - Ireland
  • Census Johnston – Samoa
  • Logovi'i Mulipola – Samoa

We also need to acknowledge some other aspects of the game and give appropriate awards.

Best Hair
  • Toby Faletau – Wales
  • Adam Jones – Wales
  • Givi Berishvili – Georgia
  • Viktor Kolelishvili – Georgia
  • Louis Stanfill – USA – he’s got a mullet AND a porn star mo!
  • Todd Clever - USA
  • Sergey Popov – Russia
  • Radike Samo – Aus – so far, the winner I think – what a ‘fro!
  • Saia Faingaa – Aus – shows that braids can look cool
  • Toetuu Taufa - Japan
  • Alesana Tuilagi – Samoa – shows that braids can look tough
  • Tasesa Lavea – Samoa
  • Census Johnston – Samoa
  • Maurie Faasavalu – Samoa
Best Beard
  • Adam Jones – Wales
  • David Zirakashvili - Georgia
  • Pat Danahy – USA – aka Ned Kelly
  • Ben Alexander – Aus
  • Tatafu Polota-Nau – Aus
  • Yuji Kitagawa – Japan
  • Naoki Kawamata - Japan
  • Logovi'i Mulipola – Samoa
  • Seilala Mapusua - Samoa
Best Ears
  • Scott Lawson – Scotland
  • Keven Mealamu – NZ
  • Tony Woodcock – NZ
  • Paul O'Connell – Ireland
Best Porn Star Mo
  • Louis Stanfill – USA
  • Mike MacDonald – USA
  • Kurtley Beale - Aus
  • Pat McCabe – Aus
  • Yuji Kitagawa - Japan
  • Juan Manuel Leguizamón – Argentina
Face Brazilian
  • Alisi Tupuailai – Japan
  • Ryukoliniasi Holani – Japan

When I get time, I’m going to add best tats, best arse, best thighs and spunkiest ref. But enough already!
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