Sunday, November 27, 2005

England vs. Samoa @ Twickenham

Samoa looked like they might make a match of it for the first five minutes, and they put up a good fight, but England was technically much better and won easily 40 - 3.

The 40 - 3 win is a new English record against Samoa and the team must have been very pleased with themselves due to their performance. The match was not without incident however. Lewis Moody now has the dubious honour of being the first England player to be sent off at Twickenham due to his rather unseemly attack on Alesano Tuilagi.

Here are a few [bad] photos from the match yesterday. It was freezing cold, but thankfully the rain stopped shortly after the match began, however the light levels were quite low and the camera I borrowed had a very limited zoom.

England vs. Samoa @ Twickenham

England vs. Samoa @ Twickenham - Line out

England vs. Samoa @ Twickenham - Samoa desperately try to defend

England vs. Samoa @ Twickenham - Samoa desperately try to defend

England vs. Samoa @ Twickenham - Samoa desperately try to defend

England vs. Samoa @ Twickenham - Samoa desperately try to defend

England vs. Samoa @ Twickenham - Samoa desperately try to defend

England vs. Samoa @ Twickenham - Samoa manage to stop England from scoring

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