The stag had a far from relaxing trip for Finn, when he discovered that Tony had enlisted the help of Carol Groves to persuade him not to marry Victoria. After Finn very nearly scrummed to Carol he decided that Victoria was indeed the woman he wanted and resisted temptation. In a fit of rage, Tony took revenge on Finn by firing an arrow at his backside. It was whilst Finn was being examined by doctors that Carol and Tony realised that they had feelings for each other. They threw caution to the wind, hoping to put their disastrous night in Newquay behind them for good. Finn and Tony left Barcelona with a new understanding. Tony was now convinced that Finn did genuinely love his mother, and he also realised that Carol was the girl he always wanted, but would she return back to him? Alex and OB both returned to Chester with guilty secrets of their experiences with transvestites, Luke and Ben had enough of Sol to last them a lifetime. The only person to return with any good memories was Max, who spent a night of passion with the beautiful Diti and finally put paid to the rumour about him being ‘three second Max’. Although the boys pledged to keep loyal to "the law of the stag" and never reveal what happened in Barcelona, you can still catch the odd embarrassed glance between OB and Alex, as Tony and Max continue to this day to remind them of their escapades with the transvestite, Nemesis.
Fitzy back to prop up Ulster Ulster's returning prop Justin Fitzpatrick tells rugby correspondent Gavin Mairs about his experience gained in the front row trenches in France and why hefeels he has still something to offer Ireland.
Aug 10, 2005; When we meet at Ulster's training base in Newforge, it is as if nothing has changed.Justin Fitzpatrick bounds in with smile and a...