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Who will win the Leinster Schools Senior Cup 2018
Poll ended at Mon Feb 19, 2018 5:07 pm
Blackrock 12%  12%  [ 3 ]
Belvedere 4%  4%  [ 1 ]
Clongowes 4%  4%  [ 1 ]
Terenure 12%  12%  [ 3 ]
St. Mary's 4%  4%  [ 1 ]
St. Michael's 31%  31%  [ 8 ]
Roscrea 4%  4%  [ 1 ]
Gonzaga 12%  12%  [ 3 ]
Castleknock 4%  4%  [ 1 ]
Gerards 15%  15%  [ 4 ]
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D'Arcy was an unreal schools player. Which is why he was offered a trip to SA with Ireland when he was still in school. Himself and Dillon played the guts of the rugby, rest of the team rucked (extremely well) to their hearts content.


John Lacey couple of years ahead of D'Arcy would be a good example of a schools player that disappeared, he has the most SCT final appearance or some record like that also played senior football for Meath


Lacey was brilliant, would have been an international, IMO. Had the size to have a long career. Had to quit due to injury, I believe.


ok did not realise that, a lot of the players from that era seem to have been burned up, just before pro rugby with schools not understanding how to manage them properly. happily things seemed to have changed.


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Nope, different person!


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Nope, different person!

Gotcha... carry on.


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Onelostbear wrote:
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D'Arcy was an unreal schools player. Which is why he was offered a trip to SA with Ireland when he was still in school. Himself and Dillon played the guts of the rugby, rest of the team rucked (extremely well) to their hearts content.


John Lacey couple of years ahead of D'Arcy would be a good example of a schools player that disappeared, he has the most SCT final appearance or some record like that also played senior football for Meath


Lacey was brilliant, would have been an international, IMO. Had the size to have a long career. Had to quit due to injury, I believe.


ok did not realise that, a lot of the players from that era seem to have been burned up, just before pro rugby with schools not understanding how to manage them properly. happily things seemed to have changed.


You would hate to have been on the same team as him though- how many finals did he lose including JCTs and when playing for Meath minors.


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D'Arcy was an unreal schools player. Which is why he was offered a trip to SA with Ireland when he was still in school. Himself and Dillon played the guts of the rugby, rest of the team rucked (extremely well) to their hearts content.


John Lacey couple of years ahead of D'Arcy would be a good example of a schools player that disappeared, he has the most SCT final appearance or some record like that also played senior football for Meath


Lacey was brilliant, would have been an international, IMO. Had the size to have a long career. Had to quit due to injury, I believe.


ok did not realise that, a lot of the players from that era seem to have been burned up, just before pro rugby with schools not understanding how to manage them properly. happily things seemed to have changed.


You would hate to have been on the same team as him though- how many finals did he lose including JCTs and when playing for Meath minors.


Unlucky bastard. Not down to him though, I can't speak for the minors but he was probably the main reason we made so many finals in that period.


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I remember Lacy. Was probably better in college than he was in school. Fluked his way to those finals in school and fluked his way into Harvard business school after college. Big mouth. Never off Leinsterfans hyping up these exceptional Clongowes players. Big lad but a lowlife who pushes his way in everywhere. It brought him some success but eventually people like me stood up to his sh1te


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CM11 wrote:
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D'Arcy was an unreal schools player. Which is why he was offered a trip to SA with Ireland when he was still in school. Himself and Dillon played the guts of the rugby, rest of the team rucked (extremely well) to their hearts content.


John Lacey couple of years ahead of D'Arcy would be a good example of a schools player that disappeared, he has the most SCT final appearance or some record like that also played senior football for Meath


Lacey was brilliant, would have been an international, IMO. Had the size to have a long career. Had to quit due to injury, I believe.


ok did not realise that, a lot of the players from that era seem to have been burned up, just before pro rugby with schools not understanding how to manage them properly. happily things seemed to have changed.

You would hate to have been on the same team as him though- how many finals did he lose including JCTs and when playing for Meath minors.


Unlucky bastard. Not down to him though, I can't speak for the minors but he was probably the main reason we made so many finals in that period.[/quote]

Never said it was, he was a great player I think he lost 4/5 finals.


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I remember Lacy. Was probably better in college than he was in school. Fluked his way to those finals in school and fluked his way into Harvard business school after college. Big mouth. Never off Leinsterfans hyping up these exceptional Clongowes players. Big lad but a lowlife who pushes his way in everywhere. It brought him some success but eventually people like me stood up to his sh1te


Aren't we lucky to have people like you to set everyone straight :thumbup:


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I remember Lacy. Was probably better in college than he was in school. Fluked his way to those finals in school and fluked his way into Harvard business school after college. Big mouth. Never off Leinsterfans hyping up these exceptional Clongowes players. Big lad but a lowlife who pushes his way in everywhere. It brought him some success but eventually people like me stood up to his sh1te


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Just saying John Lacy was only a normal lad in school although he was a physically big lad. I wasn’t in his school so he didn’t do anything to me in school per se but had a few run ins with him in UCD when playing for College. But what was a normal lad created an aura on Leinsterfand and elsewhere by hyping up players and he himself and his buddies created what then became reality. I don’t see John as a Harvard man. My father was tho and he wasn’t a lowlife barging his way in everywhere including the Leinster and Irish team with little pikeys like Darcy. Lowlives


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I take it back. This guy is even better than Sparky101.


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Darcy wasn't great in school. :lol: :lol: :lol:


He wasn’t. He was a hooker at JCT and they went out in the quarters then. I know SCT is the benchmark but he was an average if solid player up until SCT level. Their team wasn’t great then although they managed a fantastic record in the Cup that year. He was aggressively hyped on message boards in an age where we were in the dawn of the internet age and rugby websites and message boards. The Clongowes lowlives from 1998 aggressively hyped Darcy until he was eventually picked on the Irish team at 23 years of age. They did it in a faceless nameless manner disrespecting many other players in the process of getting their man through. There was a time where they resided on mundterfand message board even.

Darcy has a professional career and record that will be hard to beat by any one player that comes after him and he was physically very sturdy and hardy as a player but it’s the way they did it that Irks me. Defaming and debasing message board campaigns against other players until coaches and reporters were intimidated and forced into picking their man. As I said lowlives.


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PostPosted: Fri Feb 23, 2018 7:17 pm 
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:lol:

D'Arcy was first capped at 19, btw.

And he wasn't a hooker at JCT.


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who's this lad? comedy gold :lol:

the Irish boredies could be onto something here ..... like d'arce, this fella seems to be hitting his comedy straps a bit later in his school career :thumbup:

keep up the good work flaky .... you've certainly lifted my mood from the pre-match anxiety :lol:


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CM11 wrote:
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D'Arcy was first capped at 19, btw.

And he wasn't a hooker at JCT.


Yes but didn’t play for Ireland again until he was 22/23 after that 15 minute cameo against Fiji I believe.

He was a hooker at JCT but converted to fly half for the Cup that year.

I know these guys inside and out and they are average mucksavages barring Lacy who had a bit of class. Still was a lowlife post his schools career


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who's this lad? comedy gold :lol:

the Irish boredies could be onto something here ..... like d'arce, this fella seems to be hitting his comedy straps a bit later in his school career :thumbup:

keep up the good work flaky .... you've certainly lifted my mood from the pre-match anxiety :lol:


Look Darcy was a little terrier both on and off the pitch. People will doff their cap to that way of behavior and say fair play to him for being a pikey in a tough world. But I say where is the class in behaving in the way he and his classmates did at the time. Starting fights in every game he was in.....pikey.


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Never again I say!

Stop thepikeys getting through the system.


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D'Arcy was first capped at 19, btw.

And he wasn't a hooker at JCT.


Yes but didn’t play for Ireland again until he was 22/23 after that 15 minute cameo against Fiji I believe.

He was a hooker at JCT but converted to fly half for the Cup that year.

I know these guys inside and out and they are average mucksavages barring Lacy who had a bit of class. Still was a lowlife post his schools career


Fiji was 2002.

You do know I went to Clongowes? You're amusing, I'll give you that.


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can I just say how very average Clongowes are at rugby .

Their record is a total fluke and not based across a lifetime of school work the way it is in my school from the age of 4.

People say they focus on SCT and their boarding life focuses them 24 7 on rugby and they play for each other more because they are each other “family”.

Can I just say your record before 1978 is not even average it’s poor to terrible. You pushed your way in to the system in a sly underhanded way post 88.

My schools players are raised to beat overhyped cozy smug rich boys like you.

You are hated and with good reason.


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Luckycharmer wrote:
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D'Arcy was an unreal schools player. Which is why he was offered a trip to SA with Ireland when he was still in school. Himself and Dillon played the guts of the rugby, rest of the team rucked (extremely well) to their hearts content.


John Lacey couple of years ahead of D'Arcy would be a good example of a schools player that disappeared, he has the most SCT final appearance or some record like that also played senior football for Meath


Lacey was brilliant, would have been an international, IMO. Had the size to have a long career. Had to quit due to injury, I believe.


ok did not realise that, a lot of the players from that era seem to have been burned up, just before pro rugby with schools not understanding how to manage them properly. happily things seemed to have changed.


You would hate to have been on the same team as him though- how many finals did he lose including JCTs and when playing for Meath minors.


We had a lad on our team lose 3 senior cup finals in a row. 3 squeakers as well and could easily have had 3 medals. Just a pox of a thing and all about a bounce of the ball on the day.


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can I just say how very average Clongowes are at rugby .

Their record is a total fluke and not based across a lifetime of school work the way it is in my school from the age of 4.

People say they focus on SCT and their boarding life focuses them 24 7 on rugby and they play for each other more because they are each other “family”.

Can I just say your record before 1978 is not even average it’s poor to terrible. You pushed your way in to the system in a sly underhanded way post 88.

My schools players are raised to beat overhyped cozy smug rich boys like you.

You are hated and with good reason.


:lol:

88 was my favourite cup win. Oh for the days of a SH being able to dummy from a scrum.


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CM11 wrote:
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can I just say how very average Clongowes are at rugby .

Their record is a total fluke and not based across a lifetime of school work the way it is in my school from the age of 4.

People say they focus on SCT and their boarding life focuses them 24 7 on rugby and they play for each other more because they are each other “family”.

Can I just say your record before 1978 is not even average it’s poor to terrible. You pushed your way in to the system in a sly underhanded way post 88.

My schools players are raised to beat overhyped cozy smug rich boys like you.

You are hated and with good reason.


:lol:

88 was my favourite cup win. Oh for the days of a SH being able to dummy from a scrum.


But you will admit you were relative rugby nobody’s before 88? Only 2 SCT trophies in 100 years? Not the record of a champion school. That’s why I think Clongowes particularly Lacy and Darcy are conmen - they came from a nothing school and acted like they were greats. They became greats but they were really nobodies who bullied their way into greatness. Fair play to them? Shame on them.

I took a look at that Darcy tribute video on the page before this and saw the video of Vinny Murray. He looked and sounded like a choir master to a willing group of choir boys. So much for the great stories I hear about him and and his methods. If he turned out the likes of Darcy and little ruffians of that ilk good riddance to him.

I had real coaches at school who would have cut you in half for doing some of the stuff those Clongowes kids pulled off the pitch in the likes of theBrian Murphy trial . Gloating over their Rock counterparts misfortune on the court stand instead of shame that a child was killed through anger and greed for stardom? Vinny Murray was a great man? Look at what he turned out! Selfish, bullshitters with no rugby history pretending they were somebodies.

My cousin was on the Michaels 88 team and I went to Michaels since 1984. I had 13 other relatives through the school and I spent my whole life avenging my cousins loss. You’ll understand how I might have been pissed off that my year lost and Clongowes won in 1998? It was a farce because when I went to Michaels Clongowes were nobodies in rugby terms. You’ll see why I think they are bluffers


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All good bants but thank God AR15s are illegal here, right ? :uhoh:


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All good bants but thank God AR15s are illegal here, right ? :uhoh:


Theres a good reason they stepped out of line since 1988 and its called the lead up to the GOod Friday Agreement. I know for a fact a few of the Clongownians were dragged out of their homes in the middle of the night and guns put to their and their families heads. Patrick hogan being one John. O Grady another both Clongownians. There is a reason there was the brian murphy murder also Clongownians gloating over how they were descended from the "gentry" and how they were West British land owners. What did they expect would happen to them in Dublin the home of the rising. One things for sure they are loud mouthed low lives who gavent been put in their place since the GFA 98. I say bring in AR15 'a precisely for the purpose of culling them off and keeping those pests under control. All this is thebackground to WHY they were given free reign in this city and why their rugby record was so good. They were given free reign in the city without being kept under peat control by the iRA. You might think that's a joke but it's not in my eyes. I say drag them out of their homes for their words against ireland whilst donning our national jersey. Gordon Darcy and Rob Kearney should have been/be shot. Disgrace.


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Don't drink and post on rugby forums kids :thumbdown:


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Flaky's a Michaels boy?

This gets even better.

I thought he was a Rock boy with the way he was looking down on Clongowes' rugby record not someone from a school that didn't even have a senior cup team prior to the 70s and a team that has only won the cup twice.

I wonder will they manage to break away from De Le Salle, Corrig and Newbridge and look at chasing down Andrews or will they blow it again.

A word of advice, when you're trying to have a laugh, try not to have a go at dead people who died in tragic circumstances. It's a tad uncouth. I won't sully your school and suggest it's par for the course and assume it's just you.


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that escalated quickly....agreed V Murray has a cup in his name for very good reasons


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Flaky is disturbed whatever school he claims to have gone to.


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Flaky's a Michaels boy?

This gets even better.

I thought he was a Rock boy with the way he was looking down on Clongowes' rugby record not someone from a school that didn't even have a senior cup team prior to the 70s and a team that has only won the cup twice.

I wonder will they manage to break away from De Le Salle, Corrig and Newbridge and look at chasing down Andrews or will they blow it again.

A word of advice, when you're trying to have a laugh, try not to have a go at dead people who died in tragic circumstances. It's a tad uncouth. I won't sully your school and suggest it's par for the course and assume it's just you.


John is that you? Have you given up Leinsterfans and moved to planet rugby and Boards.ie. Remember in your lifetime Clongowes record was on a par with CBC monks town Pres New bridge Roscrea De La Salle and beneath Andrews.

Yes that death was tragic and to brush it off like you or your school had no hand act or part in it is uncouth. Raising little devils in Clongowes mocking republicans and Irish people on Leinsterfans. Is it any wonder someone got killed. Surprised it hasn’t happened to the culprits yet.

I’m not sick just sick of West Brits running a mock in my city Dublin. Your school is sh1te at rugby always has been.


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:lol:

I do hope you're being intentionally funny though. If not, maybe stay away from the keyboard.

Clongowes have won 7 cups in my lifetime, btw.


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I do hope you're being intentionally funny though. If not, maybe stay away from the keyboard.

Clongowes have won 7 cups in my lifetime, btw.


So you admit you are not traditionally a big rugby school - only in your lifetime.

You classify yourselves as being too good for the rest of us and your school is hated with good reason for it. Traditional? My whole - you are nothing to the likes of Catleknock who are traditionally a powerhouse of the game. In my eyes you are “new money” in rugby terms just like Michaels - no cups no internationals beyond the last 2 decades.


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D'Arcy was an unreal schools player. Which is why he was offered a trip to SA with Ireland when he was still in school. Himself and Dillon played the guts of the rugby, rest of the team rucked (extremely well) to their hearts content.


It’s a myth that that team of 98 was good. They were pretty useless all the way through senior school and only came good at SCT level. They went on a good cup run against ragged teams after decade and a half of competition. Most of those players on the 98 team were kept in cotton wool and were molly coddled in a cozy environment. They were an unknown quantity and caught some teams off guard in their well conditioned state.


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This lad is obviously on a wind up :lol:

Shame on stats for jumping into the boat :blush:


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This lad is obviously on a wind up :lol:

Shame on stats for jumping into the boat :blush:


I've already said that I hope he's on a wind up so he's hardly 'got me'.


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Belvedere JCT into the Semi-Final. They beat Clongowes 24-7 today.


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Fr Godfrey Cup Final(JCT)

wesley college 33
kilkenny college 10


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Leinster
Blackrock into SCT final, defeated Marys 42-15.

Will play winner of Michaels/Belvo, who play today.

Ulster
CCB defeated Methody 17-8 to make ulster final.

Will play winner of RBAI/RSA in final.

Munster
Glenstal defeated Crescent 30-10.

Will play winner of PBC/CBC in final.


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Campbell/Methody highlights:

http://www.bbc.com/sport/rugby-union/43306961

Blackrock/Marys highlights:
https://twitter.com/eirSport/status/971061325030768640


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Is the Michael's v Belvo match on FB live Irua?


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Is the Michael's v Belvo match on FB live Irua?


don't think it's being streamed on fb.


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