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Sun 17 Feb 2013
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Sports Poll

Do you support the Emirates Lions decision of trying to win the match instead of settling for a draw against the DHL Stormers?
Yes, you play the game to win it, not to draw or lose it
No, in a tough competition like this you take whatever you can take.
Not sure, so I will take my seat on the fence and be comfortable.