Seeing Tepai score

brought about a strong emotional reaction in me. Don't really know why, and wouldn't have expected to feel that kinda Happy. Anyone else get that?

I really hope it works out for you Tep, I wish you the best of luck

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  • A true gentleman, will be missed by the rest of the team 

    tough as nails and a true loss to the club

    all the best champion.

  • Re emotion reaction: Same here Randy. The look on his face..

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