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PostPosted: Mon Feb 11, 2019 10:49 pm 
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boringperson12 wrote:
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He does not look remotely big enough to be a professional front row forward.


To put him into context, he boy behind him in the last photo is at least 6'3, though not the biggest row/blind side.


I was a few years above the guy in front of him at school and he cant have been any more than 5’8 and that is pushing it, he was a midget- unless he has sprouted up


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Ulsters Red Hand wrote:
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earl the beaver wrote:
He does not look remotely big enough to be a professional front row forward.


To put him into context, he boy behind him in the last photo is at least 6'3, though not the biggest row/blind side.


I was a few years above the guy in front of him at school and he cant have been any more than 5’8 and that is pushing it, he was a midget- unless he has sprouted up

He is bending over :uhoh:


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cpCtzTjMS8o

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PostPosted: Mon Feb 11, 2019 10:53 pm 
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Willie Falloon wrote:
Ulsters Red Hand wrote:
boringperson12 wrote:
earl the beaver wrote:
He does not look remotely big enough to be a professional front row forward.


To put him into context, he boy behind him in the last photo is at least 6'3, though not the biggest row/blind side.


I was a few years above the guy in front of him at school and he cant have been any more than 5’8 and that is pushing it, he was a midget- unless he has sprouted up

He is bending over :uhoh:


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cpCtzTjMS8o

:lol:


Eh, he’s not bending over in the last photo


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The Bank of Ireland Leinster Schools Senior Cup fixture between Blackrock College and St Michael’s College has been refixed for Monday, 25 February.

The game will take place in Energia Park at 3pm.

The initial fixture was due to be played on Sunday, 10 February but was postponed due to unforeseen circumstances.

The other three games in the Bank of Ireland Leinster Schools Senior Cup will be played this week.

Bank of Ireland Leinster Schools Senior Cup Second Round (All games 3pm in Energia Park)
Tuesday, 12 February – Gonzaga College v Terenure College
Wednesday, 13 February – Belvedere College v Newbridge College
Thursday, 14 February – Clongowes Wood College v CBC Monkstown
Monday, 25 February – Blackrock College v St Michael’s College


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PostPosted: Mon Feb 11, 2019 11:35 pm 
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Reid was never massive now, not tiny though.

Great to see him back playing rugby at least.


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PostPosted: Mon Feb 11, 2019 11:45 pm 
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Just in case anyone is thinking that we didn’t give Scotland a beating, they were last in our 22 in the 36th minute of the game.

I thought it was a comfortable win, to be honest - was more miffed we didn't target a bonus point as it has effectively ended our slim chances for the title this year.


Yep. A more of less second string side beat a good Scottish team by a good margin. How you can say it wasnt a decent result is a bit mental

Before we get into a big circle jerk here that was nowhere near a Scottish first XV either


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Winnie wrote:
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Just in case anyone is thinking that we didn’t give Scotland a beating, they were last in our 22 in the 36th minute of the game.

I thought it was a comfortable win, to be honest - was more miffed we didn't target a bonus point as it has effectively ended our slim chances for the title this year.


Yep. A more of less second string side beat a good Scottish team by a good margin. How you can say it wasnt a decent result is a bit mental

Before we get into a big circle jerk here that was nowhere near a Scottish first XV either

Who of the players missing(Barclay, Watson and Nel) would’ve changed that result?

Edit I suppose they lost Hogg early too.


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There's been too much negativity on the both the teams performance and that of certain individuals for mine. A greater than 1 score win, in Murrayfield, over an improving Scottish team is a solid return from the weekend. And the defensive performance in particular, against a good attacking side (albeit one that made several handling errors) was pleasing. Though it must be said that we seem to have dropped a bit of line speed over the past couple of weeks. I suspect it's related to confidence levels overall however.

I thought Furlong was immense, our best player by a distance. Ryan, Roux and POM also put in good shifts in the pack. SOB's effort was excellent, though much like CJ against England he was clearly identified as the primary carrier and marked out of the game. It would be good to see the two of them play together, with one of Henderson or Beirne in front of them to give the opposition a bit more to think about. I think both Farrell and Conan will be disappointed with the ball carrying impact they had

Murray and Sexton have both clearly dipped from their best. Cause and effect between their performance and the broader team performance is a little harder to disentangle. Are they a primary cause of some of the ills affecting the team, or is the broader malaise of the team, namely the forwards being physically dominated against England (plus our FB woes) and the centres not firing, affecting their ability to impose their presence on the game? Personally I think it's a bit of both, but more the latter. When the team has needed it in the past we've been spoilt by one of Murray or Sexton being able to come up with one or more huge plays - they've not been able to pull any rabbits from the hat so far this campaign which exaggerates the apparent drop in performance. The more game time before the WC for Carbery the better.

Kearney is our WC fullback, no doubt. The presence of mind he gives the team at the back is priceless. His running game was really good again yesterday. I wouldn't get too het up over his lack of passing, that's a known weakness and isn't going to change before the WC. There was a worrying aspect to his performance on Sat though and that was his defence. It looked like there was a few bad reads, and one or more really sloppy tackles. It's always happened him occasionally but seems to be becoming more prevalent. Nevertheless, he'll be starting in Yokohama. The one mystery of the FB situation this championship is why, given their relative abilities and experience in the position, Larmour wasn't started v England if we were trying to develop some depth behind Kearney. I suspect general big-match experience will be the answer, but embarking on such a late-stage experiment (in terms of the WC cycle) with Henshaw always looked odd. Aki however has been the main recurring disappointment over both matches in terms of personnel, so I'd be surprised if Henshaw isn't pitched back in at 12 asap.


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The thinking behind Henshaw at fb seemed pretty clear to me; a way of getting Aki, Ringrose and Henshaw all on the field at the same time. The experiment was not a success, but not that it wasn’t worth looking at.

Aki has worked well as a 2nd distributor for Connacht in the past, and Henshaw is never gonna be that kind of 12. If we want that 2nd passer in the middle, there are limited options to get there. Carberry at fb would be one, but Kearney might not be expendable. Ringrose should have it in his wheelhouse, but neither Leinster nor Ireland seem to have tried it.


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PostPosted: Tue Feb 12, 2019 9:38 am 
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Stat of the day:

Rob Kearney(102) is the 3rd player to beat 100 defenders in 6 nations histroy after Brian O'Driscoll (163) and George North (105)


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irishrugbyua wrote:
Stat of the day:

Rob Kearney(102) is the 3rd player to beat 100 defenders in 6 nations histroy after Brian O'Driscoll (163) and George North (105)



Obviously false.

It's a bored fact that Rob doesn't beat defenders.


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PostPosted: Tue Feb 12, 2019 10:34 am 
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Gonzaga v Terenure today on eirsport at 3pm.

players to watch:

Terenure
Levi Vaughan(Prop)
Matthew McGettrick(Centre)

Gonzaga
Jack Barry(Backrow)
Jack Connolly(Scrumhalf)


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irishrugbyua wrote:
Gonzaga v Terenure today on eirsport at 3pm.

players to watch:

Terenure
Levi Vaughan(Prop)
Matthew McGettrick(Centre)

Gonzaga
Jack Barry(Backrow)
Jack Connolly(Scrumhalf)



FFS


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Just saw it again and it was a shoulder charge.

Hit with shoulder, waves right arm about a bit , but has no arm wrap as Sexton goes to ground, and remains standing, ie doesn't go to ground as he would had he wrapped.

Also Poite thought it was a shoulder charge.


So despite watching it slow mo you are still convinced it was a shoulder charge? :lol:

Was a great hit.


Leading with the shoulder, and waving the arms about afterwards does not a tackle make.
https://twitter.com/i/status/1094248083255410688


Cammy, I've as big a hard on for no arm tackles as probably anyone on the bored, but you're wrong on this one.

The (slo mo) angle from behind the ref does make it look a bit worse than it is as he does start with the arm quite low, but its come up enough for me by the time contact is made to make a difference in the hardness of the shoulder contact. It's a pretty great hit.



But what I want to know is, with Lancaster's admission that SOB wasn't offered a central contract, when is the right time for me to get all furious at the IRFU about their anti-Leinster bias? Perhaps you lot that were up in arms about Donncha Ryan and Zebo can give me some pointers. I'm fairly new to this whole being an insufferable snowflake shtick!

https://www.the42.ie/sean-obrien-lancas ... 7-Feb2019/


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Mullet 2 wrote:
irishrugbyua wrote:
Gonzaga v Terenure today on eirsport at 3pm.

players to watch:

Terenure
Levi Vaughan(Prop)
Matthew McGettrick(Centre)

Gonzaga
Jack Barry(Backrow)
Jack Connolly(Scrumhalf)



FFS

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Winnie wrote:
Mullet 2 wrote:
irishrugbyua wrote:
Gonzaga v Terenure today on eirsport at 3pm.

players to watch:

Terenure
Levi Vaughan(Prop)
Matthew McGettrick(Centre)

Gonzaga
Jack Barry(Backrow)
Jack Connolly(Scrumhalf)



FFS

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His brother Wrangler was also a good player


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Mullet 2 wrote:
Winnie wrote:
Mullet 2 wrote:
irishrugbyua wrote:
Gonzaga v Terenure today on eirsport at 3pm.

players to watch:

Terenure
Levi Vaughan(Prop)
Matthew McGettrick(Centre)

Gonzaga
Jack Barry(Backrow)
Jack Connolly(Scrumhalf)



FFS

Anti-Semite


His brother Wrangler was also a good player


Lee. His name was Lee :lol:


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PostPosted: Tue Feb 12, 2019 10:55 am 
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Mullet 2 wrote:
Winnie wrote:
Mullet 2 wrote:
irishrugbyua wrote:
Gonzaga v Terenure today on eirsport at 3pm.

players to watch:

Terenure
Levi Vaughan(Prop)
Matthew McGettrick(Centre)

Gonzaga
Jack Barry(Backrow)
Jack Connolly(Scrumhalf)



FFS

Anti-Semite



His brother Wrangler was also a good player


More durable but he doesn’t really measure up


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PostPosted: Tue Feb 12, 2019 11:11 am 
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PornDog wrote:
camroc1 wrote:
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camroc1 wrote:
Just saw it again and it was a shoulder charge.

Hit with shoulder, waves right arm about a bit , but has no arm wrap as Sexton goes to ground, and remains standing, ie doesn't go to ground as he would had he wrapped.

Also Poite thought it was a shoulder charge.


So despite watching it slow mo you are still convinced it was a shoulder charge? :lol:

Was a great hit.


Leading with the shoulder, and waving the arms about afterwards does not a tackle make.
https://twitter.com/i/status/1094248083255410688


Cammy, I've as big a hard on for no arm tackles as probably anyone on the bored, but you're wrong on this one.

The (slo mo) angle from behind the ref does make it look a bit worse than it is as he does start with the arm quite low, but its come up enough for me by the time contact is made to make a difference in the hardness of the shoulder contact. It's a pretty great hit.



But what I want to know is, with Lancaster's admission that SOB wasn't offered a central contract, when is the right time for me to get all furious at the IRFU about their anti-Leinster bias? Perhaps you lot that were up in arms about Donncha Ryan and Zebo can give me some pointers. I'm fairly new to this whole being an insufferable snowflake shtick!

https://www.the42.ie/sean-obrien-lancas ... 7-Feb2019/


You're complaining about others complaining, yet you think others are the snowflakes? :lol:


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Reid was never massive now, not tiny though.

Great to see him back playing rugby at least.


Looks more like a modern day hooker.


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boringperson12 wrote:
earl the beaver wrote:
He does not look remotely big enough to be a professional front row forward.


To put him into context, he boy behind him in the last photo is at least 6'3, though not the biggest row/blind side.

The guy with the chicken legs?


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PostPosted: Tue Feb 12, 2019 11:27 am 
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Sounds like Tommy O'Brien has done his knee and will miss the rest of the season.


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PostPosted: Tue Feb 12, 2019 11:32 am 
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Mullet 2 wrote:
Winnie wrote:
Mullet 2 wrote:
irishrugbyua wrote:
Gonzaga v Terenure today on eirsport at 3pm.

players to watch:

Terenure
Levi Vaughan(Prop)
Matthew McGettrick(Centre)

Gonzaga
Jack Barry(Backrow)
Jack Connolly(Scrumhalf)



FFS

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His brother Wrangler was also a good player

Could be worse, his cousin is called "Corduroy"


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irishrugbyua wrote:
Sounds like Tommy O'Brien has done his knee and will miss the rest of the season.


He hasn't had a bit of luck.


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boringperson12 wrote:
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Reid was never massive now, not tiny though.

Great to see him back playing rugby at least.


Looks more like a modern day hooker.

We'll see how things pan out, I think he's got a good bit more to put on his frame. Was a great scrummager for his athleticism, often against bigger lads. Always had the better of O'Toole.


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unseenwork wrote:
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unseenwork wrote:
Reid was never massive now, not tiny though.

Great to see him back playing rugby at least.


Looks more like a modern day hooker.

We'll see how things pan out, I think he's got a good bit more to put on his frame. Was a great scrummager for his athleticism, often against bigger lads. Always had the better of O'Toole.


Yeah considering he likely stopped doing much conditioning when he quit rugby, he looks in good nick with the potential to bulk up.

I hope he gets back to his best, because he is a top tier talent.


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Mullet 2 wrote:
Winnie wrote:
Mullet 2 wrote:
irishrugbyua wrote:
Gonzaga v Terenure today on eirsport at 3pm.

players to watch:

Terenure
Levi Vaughan(Prop)
Matthew McGettrick(Centre)

Gonzaga
Jack Barry(Backrow)
Jack Connolly(Scrumhalf)



FFS

Anti-Semite


His brother Wrangler was also a good player

:lol: :lol:


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PostPosted: Tue Feb 12, 2019 11:54 am 
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Fellow under-20 LH props:

Michael Milne(far left)
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Josh Wycherley
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Giuseppe Coyne
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Callum Reid
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irishrugbyua wrote:
unseenwork wrote:
boringperson12 wrote:
unseenwork wrote:
Reid was never massive now, not tiny though.

Great to see him back playing rugby at least.


Looks more like a modern day hooker.

We'll see how things pan out, I think he's got a good bit more to put on his frame. Was a great scrummager for his athleticism, often against bigger lads. Always had the better of O'Toole.


Yeah considering he likely stopped doing much conditioning when he quit rugby, he looks in good nick with the potential to bulk up.

I hope he gets back to his best, because he is a top tier talent.

Hopefully, though missing on that early window for conditioning will make it tricky. Top top player though, up there with Lowry for potential in school.


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Yer Man wrote:
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He does not look remotely big enough to be a professional front row forward.


To put him into context, he boy behind him in the last photo is at least 6'3, though not the biggest row/blind side.

The guy with the chicken legs?


Yeah, he is an Old Armachian. Big Ulster Schools prospect but didn't get back for Sixth Form. Hasn't really filled out but still plays a few games for Banbridge 1s.


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better highlights for Ireland u20 thanks to scottish rugby

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BZhmGpPfSc0


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irishrugbyua wrote:
better highlights for Ireland u20 thanks to scottish rugby

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BZhmGpPfSc0


The Irish 5 is quick, keeping up with Wren for his try.


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Liathroidigloine wrote:
irishrugbyua wrote:
better highlights for Ireland u20 thanks to scottish rugby

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BZhmGpPfSc0


The Irish 5 is quick, keeping up with Wren for his try.


Yeah, excellent athlete connacht managed to get away from Roscommon GAA, where he was a star underage midfielder.

Listed at 6'7, 99kg. Was set to play 6, until Baird got injured.

Has a younger brother involved with Ireland u18 too at lock.


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irishrugbyua wrote:
The Bank of Ireland Leinster Schools Senior Cup fixture between Blackrock College and St Michael’s College has been refixed for Monday, 25 February.

The game will take place in Energia Park at 3pm.

The initial fixture was due to be played on Sunday, 10 February but was postponed due to unforeseen circumstances.

The other three games in the Bank of Ireland Leinster Schools Senior Cup will be played this week.

Bank of Ireland Leinster Schools Senior Cup Second Round (All games 3pm in Energia Park)
Tuesday, 12 February – Gonzaga College v Terenure College
Wednesday, 13 February – Belvedere College v Newbridge College
Thursday, 14 February – Clongowes Wood College v CBC Monkstown
Monday, 25 February – Blackrock College v St Michael’s College

What's Zaga's chances against the hideous gick? don't think I could take watching if the unspeakable filth won.


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Coatzee out of Ospreys match but not far away. Gilroy still rehabbing. Cooney trained yesterday with Ulster but Addison not released by Ireland. Question mark over Jordi Murphy's availability this weekend... All according to the Newsletter.


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Why is Addison retained? He's not played in nearly a month.


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Why is Addison retained? He's not played in nearly a month.



Piss you off


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Why is Addison retained? He's not played in nearly a month.


No idea, article doesn't say.


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lorcanoworms wrote:
irishrugbyua wrote:
The Bank of Ireland Leinster Schools Senior Cup fixture between Blackrock College and St Michael’s College has been refixed for Monday, 25 February.

The game will take place in Energia Park at 3pm.

The initial fixture was due to be played on Sunday, 10 February but was postponed due to unforeseen circumstances.

The other three games in the Bank of Ireland Leinster Schools Senior Cup will be played this week.

Bank of Ireland Leinster Schools Senior Cup Second Round (All games 3pm in Energia Park)
Tuesday, 12 February – Gonzaga College v Terenure College
Wednesday, 13 February – Belvedere College v Newbridge College
Thursday, 14 February – Clongowes Wood College v CBC Monkstown
Monday, 25 February – Blackrock College v St Michael’s College

What's Zaga's chances against the hideous gick? don't think I could take watching if the unspeakable filth won.


I think they'll beat them.


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My guess at the Ulster team for Friday

O'Sullivan Herring Moore
Treadwell O'Connor
Reidy Timoney Murphy???
Cooney Burns
Balacoune McCloskey Hume Lyttle
Ludik

Bench of McBurney, Warwick, Kane, Nagel, Rea???, Shanahan, Lowry, Cave

Not sure if Matthew Rea is fit. I'd start him 6 and Reidy 7 if Murphy isn't available.


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