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    MajorRam


    Thanks for showing such great Rams spirit MajorRam. I enjoy your support from across the pond. Keep it alive mate!!

    Lets Go Rams!


    :ramlogo:
    Curly ~ Horns

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    Re: This weeks ClanRam Spirit Award goes to...

    Wow I'm in shock mate, I would like to thank...........................lol, the list goes on.... cheers great to be here!!!!... Gooooo Ramsssss


    steve :ramlogo:
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      Thanks for your Rams team spirit mike! You are an asset to the site and I enjoy reading your views on our Rams! Job well done mike!



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