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PostPosted: Tue Apr 17, 2018 9:55 am 
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Big Tom has died. :shock:


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PostPosted: Tue Apr 17, 2018 9:56 am 
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Especially with the width that Scarlets play with.


Need Henshaw and Ringrose up in their faces to ensure the ball doesn't get out that far.

Lancaster might want to hobble JGP'sd kicking leg as well so he doesn't send aimless uncontestable kicks to their back three (he's really good at those)


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PostPosted: Tue Apr 17, 2018 9:56 am 
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Some hilarious stuff on UAFC.

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And some nasty attacks on "republicans" and calling the IRFU sectarian :lol: nutters.


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boringperson12 wrote:
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Anyway:

https://www.independent.ie/sport/rugby/ ... 14351.html

Some sort of typo in there about JGP when referencing the Sarries game (presume it was a comment on Lowe) but anyway, sounds very much like McGrath won't be making it but also a possibility that Henshaw might start with Nacewa on the wing which would mitigate a fair bit the loss of Lowe (who will definitely be the one to lose out if JGP has to play).

I'd worry about Isa's wheels out wide.


Especially with the width that Scarlets play with.

In fairness, as someone was saying on the match thread they do tend to go for width more on the other side. If Ferg plays out there he'll get toasted so Isa mightn't be the biggest issue in the backs.

I reckon Leinster will lose now actually.


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If I was Sinn Fein I would put out a statement in support of the lads.

That lad's head would explode.


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PostPosted: Tue Apr 17, 2018 9:56 am 
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Big Tom has died. :shock:

:lol: :lol: :lol:


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PostPosted: Tue Apr 17, 2018 9:57 am 
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Diego wrote:

I reckon Leinster will lose now actually.


Me too. :(


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PostPosted: Tue Apr 17, 2018 9:58 am 
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Diego wrote:
boringperson12 wrote:
Diego wrote:
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Anyway:

https://www.independent.ie/sport/rugby/ ... 14351.html

Some sort of typo in there about JGP when referencing the Sarries game (presume it was a comment on Lowe) but anyway, sounds very much like McGrath won't be making it but also a possibility that Henshaw might start with Nacewa on the wing which would mitigate a fair bit the loss of Lowe (who will definitely be the one to lose out if JGP has to play).

I'd worry about Isa's wheels out wide.


Especially with the width that Scarlets play with.

In fairness, as someone was saying on the match thread they do tend to go for width more on the other side. If Ferg plays out there he'll get toasted so Isa mightn't be the biggest issue in the backs.

I reckon Leinster will lose now actually.


Scarlett are slight favourites for me as well.


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If I was Sinn Fein I would put out a statement in support of the lads.

That lad's head would explode.

The Shinners would explode as well.


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Leinster just need to make sure this isn't a shoot out.

Literally just own the ball and fúck up Beirne.


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Leinster just need to make sure this isn't a shoot out.

Literally just own the ball and fúck up Beirne.

Are you going to change your profile photo now?


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Mullet 2 wrote:
If I was Sinn Fein I would put out a statement in support of the lads.

That lad's head would explode.

:lol: :lol:


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Don't do it mullet, it's bad for your health. I dipped my toe in and was surprised to learn that I live in a country populated by paedo priests and babies buried in ditches. Came as quite the shock

Now uafc is mental, especially given what's happened over the past couple of weeks but that's just stupidity.


And it was far from an isolated case!

You are talking shit, the stupidity is from you.


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PostPosted: Tue Apr 17, 2018 10:00 am 
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Ah lads, Ulster negativity rubbing off on you?


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Mullet 2 wrote:
If I was Sinn Fein I would put out a statement in support of the lads.

That lad's head would explode.

:lol: :lol: :lol:


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Ah lads, Ulster negativity rubbing off on you?

Fergus McFadden just depresses me so much.


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PostPosted: Tue Apr 17, 2018 10:02 am 
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that and you seem far too reasonable - there must be a Belfast Branch of the Munster supporters club you could join.

Everyone has a right to their opinion but not to their facts.


Tbf, unseen has said he won't really support Ireland until we stop picking poaches so he's not that reasonable!

Aye no, I'm mental.

Anyway I'm to be supporting the Bristol Bears now.


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Willie Falloon wrote:
Mullet 2 wrote:
Leinster just need to make sure this isn't a shoot out.

Literally just own the ball and fúck up Beirne.

Are you going to change your profile photo now?



He'll live forever in my heart


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unseenwork wrote:
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that and you seem far too reasonable - there must be a Belfast Branch of the Munster supporters club you could join.

Everyone has a right to their opinion but not to their facts.


Tbf, unseen has said he won't really support Ireland until we stop picking poaches so he's not that reasonable!

Aye no, I'm mental.

Anyway I'm to be supporting the Bristol Bears now.

At last something good has come out of this whole debacle


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PostPosted: Tue Apr 17, 2018 10:07 am 
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Winnie wrote:
unseenwork wrote:
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that and you seem far too reasonable - there must be a Belfast Branch of the Munster supporters club you could join.

Everyone has a right to their opinion but not to their facts.


Tbf, unseen has said he won't really support Ireland until we stop picking poaches so he's not that reasonable!

Aye no, I'm mental.

Anyway I'm to be supporting the Bristol Bears now.

At last something good has come out of this whole debacle

I'll be away on down to what I presume is the supporters club later on tonight.


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David Johnston joining ealing.


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Diego wrote:
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Ah lads, Ulster negativity rubbing off on you?

Fergus McFadden just depresses me so much.


Wouldn't have said he had a bad game in any of our 7 European games to date.


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earl the beaver wrote:
rialtoblue wrote:
earl the beaver wrote:
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Don't do it mullet, it's bad for your health. I dipped my toe in and was surprised to learn that I live in a country populated by paedo priests and babies buried in ditches. Came as quite the shock

Now uafc is mental, especially given what's happened over the past couple of weeks but that's just stupidity.


And it was far from an isolated case!

You are talking shit, the stupidity is from you.


Why dont you go over there and have a look for yourself earl


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Former Munster and Ireland U-20s scrum-half Ryan Foley will join Ealing Trailfinders ahead of next season.


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PostPosted: Tue Apr 17, 2018 10:15 am 
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If JGP starts, we'll just have to play an 8 man game, with the ball stuffed up the forwards jerseys, and one outs with no one getting isolated. The ball only going wide after we've battered them for 10+ phases.


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The absolute cunt is 'secure' in his position because he has never stood up to the IRFU about anything.

The f*cking weasel will keep the head down now and hide behind Cunningham until they name a new coach.

Surely he is accountable to the Ulster management committee?

Logan came out today for one reason and one reason alone. He read about the URSC and other supporters potential of a protest against this decision and the revolt against him. He does not want this to happen and wants to calm things. He doesn't want the bad publicty (not for UR, but for himself).


If the rumours about the 10-2 vote are true it is looking like Logan isn't accountable to anybody except the IRFU.

To be honest I wouldn't credit him with having the respect for the supporters, or the balls, to be organising an interview to pro-actively head off a protest.

He came out with the statement purely because he is the IRFU's placeman at Ulster. He is showing zero leadership at Ulster but he is sharp enough to understand how many points he scores by doing one slightly uncomfortable interview with the BBC to put the IRFU stance out there.

There has been a big theme all season about where things are headed on the pitch and the total lack of foresight and forward planning on the rugby side of things. In a way I think the rugby side of things was already on an upward curve when Kiss got the heave-ho and it is looking increasingly likely that Logan back-stabbed him to try and save his own skin.


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Former Munster and Ireland U-20s scrum-half Ryan Foley will join Ealing Trailfinders ahead of next season.

Is that a travel agents he is moving to?


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PostPosted: Tue Apr 17, 2018 10:28 am 
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So we have beaten:

Exeter X 2
Montpelier X 2
Glasgow X 2
Saracens

and you lads are shitting the bed because Luke McGrath is injured and will be replaced by JGP?


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Winnie wrote:
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Former Munster and Ireland U-20s scrum-half Ryan Foley will join Ealing Trailfinders ahead of next season.

Is that a travel agents he is moving to?

The guy that founded Trailfinders owns Ealing Rugby Club (I think)


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PostPosted: Tue Apr 17, 2018 10:29 am 
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Some of these people don't live in the real world

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The feminist rent-a-mob that is Belfast Feminist Network held a protest tonight outside the Kingspan rugby stadium in Belfast.

They were addressed by Kellie Turtle, their chief rabble- rouser.

The protest was organised because the feminists are angry at the “Not Guilty” verdict handed down in the rape trial of Paddy Jackson, Stuart Olding and two others.

I have made it clear in a recent post on our blog that whilst the players were cleared of rape, they and their accuser engaged in acts of debauchery.

She is disgusting and they are disgusting.

The feminist hordes who protested tonight do not want the spotlight on the behaviour of the woman, because she portrayed herself as a victim (instead of the willing participant in an orgy that she was) and her feminist sisters will continue to play the “victim card” on her behalf.

The theme of tonight’s protest was “Stamp out misogyny.”

They employ this slogan because it distracts attention away from the immoral young woman at the centre of this case and places it firmly on the rugby players only.

The rugby players did make vile comments about women on social media shortly after their night of debauchery with the 19 year old woman (their accuser) and for that I condemn them, but to hear these feminists, one would think that they never engaged in dirty talk.

They most certainly do!

One of the placards at their protest tonight had vulgar wording.

Feminists love to talk dirty. Think of the feminist play by Eve Ensler called The V….. Monologues. Nothing is taboo or off-limits to these filthy women.

Think of their behaviour at their hen nights.

Yet they feign disgust at the comments made by the rugby players, which were disgusting to be sure, but feminists are not in any position to criticise. It is a case of the pot calling the kettle black.

There has always been coarse and vulgar men and women, but in times past they were the exception.

Today, because of the sexual revolution and feminism, the majority of men and women are coarse and vulgar.

In days gone by, most women behaved like ladies and raised the tone of society and men adjusted their behaviour accordingly and behaved like gentlemen, and the dregs of society were easier to spot.

Not so today. Society is drowning in vulgarity and perversion, and feminism and sexual revolutionaries are largely to blame.


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That was copied from another webpage, there a link a couple of posts down if i remember


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Liathroidigloine wrote:
So we have beaten:

Exeter X 2
Montpelier X 2
Glasgow X 2
Saracens

and you lads are shitting the bed because Luke McGrath is injured and will be replaced by JGP?


Scarlets are better than all those sides and JGP has hardly been convincing in his recent performances.


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That was copied from another webpage, there a link a couple of posts down if i remember

The fact that anyone thinks these things in 2018 amazes me, no matter who they are.


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Finally somebody is talking sense


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That'll settle things right down. :thumbup:


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Winnie wrote:
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Former Munster and Ireland U-20s scrum-half Ryan Foley will join Ealing Trailfinders ahead of next season.

Is that a travel agents he is moving to?

The guy that founded Trailfinders owns Ealing Rugby Club (I think)

Spivs going to spiv


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irishrugbyua wrote:
Liathroidigloine wrote:
So we have beaten:

Exeter X 2
Montpelier X 2
Glasgow X 2
Saracens

and you lads are shitting the bed because Luke McGrath is injured and will be replaced by JGP?


Scarlets are better than all those sides and JGP has hardly been convincing in his recent performances.


Scarlets might be on par with Saracens, they're definitely not clearly better.

And none of those sides are exactly poor, what with Glasgow 'leading' all the Pro14 sides, Montpellier leading the Top14 and Exeter/Sarries at 1 and 2 in the AP.


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CM11 wrote:
irishrugbyua wrote:
Liathroidigloine wrote:
So we have beaten:

Exeter X 2
Montpelier X 2
Glasgow X 2
Saracens

and you lads are shitting the bed because Luke McGrath is injured and will be replaced by JGP?


Scarlets are better than all those sides and JGP has hardly been convincing in his recent performances.


Scarlets might be on par with Saracens, they're definitely not clearly better.

And none of those sides are exactly poor, what with Glasgow 'leading' all the Pro14 sides, Montpellier leading the Top14 and Exeter/Sarries at 1 and 2 in the AP.


didn't say they were poor.

I think they are especially minus Billy V.


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If men and women stopped shaming themselves and others about who they CHOOSE to have sex with, this sort of case would happen a lot less.
Have consensual sex with whomever you want but then own it.


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If men and women stopped shaming themselves and others about who they CHOOSE to have sex with, this sort of case would happen a lot less.
Have consensual sex with whomever you want but then own it.

Like the Bristol Bears do. :thumbup:


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