Is Stephen Joyce the new Helen Clark?

via ZDNet

via ZDNet

It was a well known curse:  Helen Clark would turn up at a match, and the All Blacks would lose.


According to Cactus Kate, Stephen Joyce has picked up the curse and is running with it bobbing up and down.




It is very simple:  Dalton back on board, all bludging NZ piggie pollies back home, the rest of us wear red socks, and before you know it, PJ Montgomery will add

The America’s Cup, is once more, New Zealand’s Cup

to his repertoire of memorable lines.


Cactus has given the “explaining is losing” Joyce the complete red card and compared him to the fishing term “banana on the boat”

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