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PostPosted: Wed Mar 07, 2018 11:31 am 
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Diego wrote:
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Been playing very well recently tbf


He has, and the new surface going in at TP would have suited him, any idea where he’s off to?

Nah, I'm a bit out of the loop these days.


Well get in the loop :x why the hell do you think we put up with you?

My dynamic personality?


Nope, you’re hanging by a thread here.


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PostPosted: Wed Mar 07, 2018 11:34 am 
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So anyway, what needs to happen this weekend for us to have the championship sown up before the England game?


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PostPosted: Wed Mar 07, 2018 11:36 am 
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England not to get a BP win in France and us to win with a BP?

Which I think will happen tbh


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PostPosted: Wed Mar 07, 2018 11:40 am 
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CCB 15 seemed to have a decent game, try saving tackle and then had a hand in all Campbells points, lovely pass for the first try. Is he on the Ulster radar?


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CCB 15 seemed to have a decent game, try saving tackle and then had a hand in all Campbells points, lovely pass for the first try. Is he on the Ulster radar?

Has been involved with the Ulster u18s squads, also plays outhalf.


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PostPosted: Wed Mar 07, 2018 11:47 am 
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Diego wrote:
So anyway, what needs to happen this weekend for us to have the championship sown up before the England game?

England lose and we win.
Us winning with a BP and any result that doesn't involve a try BP for England.

Easy :smug:


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PostPosted: Wed Mar 07, 2018 12:04 pm 
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Blair Kinghorn starting for the Scots. Seems to have bags of potential but I'd be confident we can cause him a lot of problems, seems very slight for a test level winger


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Blair Kinghorn starting for the Scots. Seems to have bags of potential but I'd be confident we can cause him a lot of problems, seems very slight for a test level winger

Their team out?


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Blair Kinghorn starting for the Scots. Seems to have bags of potential but I'd be confident we can cause him a lot of problems, seems very slight for a test level winger

Their team out?

Yeah he's the only change


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Nel benching for the Scots, Healy will be looking to go after Berghan in a big way. Seymour out too. Big test for Kinghorn to make his debut out of position against Stockdale.


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fishooks15 wrote:
Blair Kinghorn starting for the Scots. Seems to have bags of potential but I'd be confident we can cause him a lot of problems, seems very slight for a test level winger

Slight as in skinny, yes. He is very tall for a back though.


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PostPosted: Wed Mar 07, 2018 12:10 pm 
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Yes tis


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Conspicuous wrote:
Not sure if anyone said he’s mega rich Duff(not me anyway) but he certainly had the means to
go down the legal route when it looked like his Clongowes educated son was going to miss a big rugby match . It’s not a rumour , it’s a fact that he employed the services of senior counsel to ensure Conor got to play in the cup final despite the linesman reporting that he gouged another player and his subsequent red card .

I’m not sure why you’re trying to downplay Gilsenan’s wealth ( he’s also an undertaker and may have other interests btw but that’s beside the point) as the real issue , regardless off how much money he has, is his treatment of the linesman and decision to go to any lengths, irrespective of the consequences for other people to make sure his son got to play in the final.


So let me get this straight. My son is accused of gouging, a "crime" in rugby that is regarded as the worst possible. He denies that he gouged anyone. I'm not allowed use whatever means I have to defend my son because it might upset the linesman?


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PostPosted: Wed Mar 07, 2018 12:17 pm 
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Indo article mentions in passing that SOB could play for Leinster this weekend. Anything more on that anywhere else? Did Leinster put out an injury update this week?


Not from what I hear.


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I'd be surprised if SOB plays again this season.

Hopefully I'm wrong.


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I'd be surprised if SOB plays again this season.

Hopefully I'm wrong.

Have you heard something or just guessing?


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PostPosted: Wed Mar 07, 2018 1:16 pm 
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Diego wrote:
Nel benching for the Scots, Healy will be looking to go after Berghan in a big way. Seymour out too. Big test for Kinghorn to make his debut out of position against Stockdale.


Lets hope Stockdale doesnt make any decisions which result in something positive happening in case missing the opportunity would prove costly. Its not much to ask is it?


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paddyor wrote:
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I'd be surprised if SOB plays again this season.

Hopefully I'm wrong.

Have you heard something or just guessing?


A guess thankfully.


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Copeland being linked with Connacht.


By people putting 2 + 2 with Mul retiring or is their substance in it?

Indo reported a couple of weeks ago that we were close to signing a foreign number 8


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PostPosted: Wed Mar 07, 2018 1:38 pm 
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Copeland would be good for Connacht. Makes sense.

Never quite worked out for him did it? Let us hope that Beirne does not go down the same route.


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Would definitely take Copeland, with Dawai leaving and Mul retiring. Could do with adding a bit of pace to the back row.

Hopefully he still feels he has something to prove.


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Copeland would be good for Connacht. Makes sense.

Never quite worked out for him did it? Let us hope that Beirne does not go down the same route.


As long as they don't play him in the second row.


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Good move for both parties


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Good move for both parties

Agreed. Keeping talented Irish players in Ireland is always good.


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Porterbelly1 wrote:
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Copeland being linked with Connacht.


By people putting 2 + 2 with Mul retiring or is their substance in it?

Indo reported a couple of weeks ago that we were close to signing a foreign number 8

Well he is a prod so thats close enough


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Woodys young fella just played at 10 and scored a try with Munchins winning the Munster Junior cup, think Claws young fella was playing as well.


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Woodys young fella just played at 10 and scored a try with Munchins winning the Munster Junior cup, think Claws young fella was playing as well.


I can only imagine the disappointment for a forward when their son is a back.


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Woodys young fella just played at 10 and scored a try with Munchins winning the Munster Junior cup, think Claws young fella was playing as well.


I can only imagine the disappointment for a forward when their son is a back.


Woody started as a back so there’s hope yet.


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Mr. Very Popular wrote:
Liathroidigloine wrote:
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Woodys young fella just played at 10 and scored a try with Munchins winning the Munster Junior cup, think Claws young fella was playing as well.


I can only imagine the disappointment for a forward when their son is a back.


Woody started as a back so there’s hope yet.


and continued to play like one


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Mr. Very Popular wrote:
Woodys young fella just played at 10 and scored a try with Munchins winning the Munster Junior cup, think Claws young fella was playing as well.


A very impressive individual try too.


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Foot Up wrote:
Mr. Very Popular wrote:
Liathroidigloine wrote:
Mr. Very Popular wrote:
Woodys young fella just played at 10 and scored a try with Munchins winning the Munster Junior cup, think Claws young fella was playing as well.


I can only imagine the disappointment for a forward when their son is a back.


Woody started as a back so there’s hope yet.


and continued to play like one


Well someone had to during the 90’s.


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Welsh TV money ggggooooooonnnnneeee.

BBC outbid by Premier Sports.


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SASP wrote:
Welsh TV money ggggooooooonnnnneeee.

BBC outbid by Premier Sports.


Not sure what Premier Sports are? So do we now have to subscribe to Sky, Bt and Premier league sports?

Thats great news.


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SASP wrote:
Welsh TV money ggggooooooonnnnneeee.

BBC outbid by Premier Sports.

Can you change the thread title on Kid Anusols threat to Irish TV money please.


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Sissyfuss wrote:
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Welsh TV money ggggooooooonnnnneeee.

BBC outbid by Premier Sports.


Not sure what Premier Sports are? So do we now have to subscribe to Sky, Bt and Premier league sports?

Thats great news.


Less of your opinion pieces please


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SASP wrote:
Welsh TV money ggggooooooonnnnneeee.

BBC outbid by Premier Sports.

The league is a farce. Selling off the rights to some two bit nobodies.


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Sissyfuss wrote:
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Welsh TV money ggggooooooonnnnneeee.

BBC outbid by Premier Sports.


Not sure what Premier Sports are? So do we now have to subscribe to Sky, Bt and Premier league sports?

Thats great news.

Sky won't have any domestic rugby next season. In Ireland just BT and Eirsport but it's free if you're an Eir broadband customer. Not like this hasn't been said several times alread.


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Welsh TV money ggggooooooonnnnneeee.

BBC outbid by Premier Sports.

The league is a farce. Selling off the rights to some two bit nobodies.

As opposed to giving it away for the SROFA for little gain.


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paddyor wrote:
earl the beaver wrote:
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Welsh TV money ggggooooooonnnnneeee.

BBC outbid by Premier Sports.

The league is a farce. Selling off the rights to some two bit nobodies.

As opposed to giving it away for the SROFA for little gain.

Now they can spend the extra few quid they get on little social media videos for a league that nobody watches.


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Ulsters Red Hand wrote:
Sissyfuss wrote:
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Welsh TV money ggggooooooonnnnneeee.

BBC outbid by Premier Sports.


Not sure what Premier Sports are? So do we now have to subscribe to Sky, Bt and Premier league sports?

Thats great news.


Less of your opinion pieces please


I'm just as entitled to make things up and make outrageous proclomations as the next man! This is how Planet Rugby rolls!

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