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PostPosted: Sat Apr 14, 2018 5:37 pm 
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Sligo go up to 2b after beating Thomond 37-0, 6 tries to dot. It got very dangerous on and off the pitch in the last 20 minutes. Malahide just scraped a draw in Bective, so Thomond away to Omagh in the first playoff game. Huge crowd in Strandhill on a beautiful day. Fcuking yessssss!!

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Explain the bolded?

Thomond are a bunch of filthy tinkers

They fight. I've had games where it was on pitch and off pitch

Imagine it's the same

Well done lenny


Absolutely filthy on the pitch once we had the game won halfway through the second half, but our pack is enormous with a few hardy country boys who arent inclined to take a step back so they didn’t get to much joy there, but they’re dangerous bastards if you turn your back. The crowd on the sideline were nearly worse, and were abusive to fans, players and the ref. I think the red might actually have blown it 4 or 5 minutes early.

We were very good and could easily have won by another 15 or 20 tbh.


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Was at Greystones-Armagh earlier. Cracking game. With a little bit more precision, Greystones could have had the losing bonus point.


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PostPosted: Sat Apr 14, 2018 8:58 pm 
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Lads - you lot have no idea the fun associated with Fitzgerald Park

Mass brawls home and away, went in once and some scum had driven a car all over their field, regualry had bus pelted with golf balls, we played a match there the time those two Ryan brothers were "kidnapped" - Guards searching the bus as we left and all

Actually as got older it the violence mellowed a bit and could at least talk to them

I played against Keith Earls and Declan Cusack in my age group - albeit Earls was playing up like 2 levels. He was, as you would imagine, a freak at underage
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Thomond always had a reputation coming from d'island.


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Was at Greystones-Armagh earlier. Cracking game. With a little bit more precision, Greystones could have had the losing bonus point.



How did Armagh look? Faloon obviously taking over from McLaughlin this year


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Shannon best UCC to secure promotion!


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DiscoHips D'Arcy wrote:
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Was at Greystones-Armagh earlier. Cracking game. With a little bit more precision, Greystones could have had the losing bonus point.



How did Armagh look? Faloon obviously taking over from McLaughlin this year

Pretty impressed with both teams I have to say. Well able to play and work through phases. Armagh just that bit smarter and more clinical. Played against a fairly strong wind in the second half and it didn't really bother them. Couple of scrums, Armagh got well on top with one pushover try but other than that, they were quite even.

Armagh right winger isn't the fastest but he's a tank in contact. Got the ball less than a metre from touchline and three defenders couldn't stop him getting in at the corner. Greystones right winger very good as well. Strong in air and elusive with ball in hand.

Two Faloon's in the Armagh team. Any relation to Willie?


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Depends on which Faloon's they are but are either brothers or cousins. Neil, the number 8, is a cousin and Robbie, who is a winger, is a brother. I'd guess they were the ones playing. There are 3 other Faloons in the club as well.

I might be wrong though, always mixing them up.


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IRFU need to get a hold of Thomond


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Miguel Indurain wrote:
Banana Man wrote:
Lads - you lot have no idea the fun associated with Fitzgerald Park

Mass brawls home and away, went in once and some scum had driven a car all over their field, regualry had bus pelted with golf balls, we played a match there the time those two Ryan brothers were "kidnapped" - Guards searching the bus as we left and all

Actually as got older it the violence mellowed a bit and could at least talk to them

I played against Keith Earls and Declan Cusack in my age group - albeit Earls was playing up like 2 levels. He was, as you would imagine, a freak at underage
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Thomond always had a reputation coming from d'island.


A friend of mine was playing full back against Thomond in "Stade Fitzgerald" he couldn't see play for one half of the game due to the car that was on fire near one end of the pitch


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Miguel Indurain wrote:
Banana Man wrote:
Lads - you lot have no idea the fun associated with Fitzgerald Park

Mass brawls home and away, went in once and some scum had driven a car all over their field, regualry had bus pelted with golf balls, we played a match there the time those two Ryan brothers were "kidnapped" - Guards searching the bus as we left and all

Actually as got older it the violence mellowed a bit and could at least talk to them

I played against Keith Earls and Declan Cusack in my age group - albeit Earls was playing up like 2 levels. He was, as you would imagine, a freak at underage
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Thomond always had a reputation coming from d'island.


A friend of mine was playing full back against Thomond in "Stade Fitzgerald" he couldn't see play for one half of the game due to the car that was on fire near one end of the pitch


:lol:

Before one of the early scrums yesterday one of their guys roared “come on Toemund. Dat fukken looseheads only turteen fukken stone”, just before our 19 year old loosehead drove their tighthead head up his ass. The whole crowd around him cracked up.

The irony yesterday, and a source of much outrage among their fans and players, was that their loosehead got a red card for one of the most innocuous incidents in the entire game, a push that the ref saw as a punch on one of our guys. Their number 8 got a yellow at the end of the first half for one of the latest hits I’ve ever seen. The ball was 30 yards away when he completely blindsided our number 8, and even a couple of their guys said that he was a lucky boy not to get a red. In the second half every breakdown turned into a free for all, and the ref must have spoken to them, and to us in fairness, 7 or 8
times.

I thought the ref had blown up 4 or 5 minutes early, but I spoke to the guy who times the games for the coach every week, and who is usually very accurate, and he reckons he called it 8 minutes early. Tbh the ref was right because it was getting very dangerous out there.


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Somehow Armagh have come 3rd in 2A and play Highfield in the playoffs. Thought they had blew it last week when they let a 36-18 HT lead go... Go on the boys!!!


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PostPosted: Sun Apr 15, 2018 11:33 pm 
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Somehow Armagh have come 3rd in 2A and play Highfield in the playoffs. Thought they had blew it last week when they let a 36-18 HT lead go... Go on the boys!!!


Jesus you're joking. I thought they were well down the pecking order. Two promotions in a row would be excellent for Armagh and indeed Banbridge. I wonder was Dalton released by Ulster to be available for Malone or is that daft thinking

Cheers fester. I think at one point between the Faloons and another family there were about 13 players at the club at one point.


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DiscoHips D'Arcy wrote:
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Somehow Armagh have come 3rd in 2A and play Highfield in the playoffs. Thought they had blew it last week when they let a 36-18 HT lead go... Go on the boys!!!


Jesus you're joking. I thought they were well down the pecking order. Two promotions in a row would be excellent for Armagh and indeed Banbridge. I wonder was Dalton released by Ulster to be available for Malone or is that daft thinking

Cheers fester. I think at one point between the Faloons and another family there were about 13 players at the club at one point.


Had been in fifth and didn't think they had a chance. Good to see, have 50 plus boys down at training most nights, can easily get 4 teams out on a weekend and youth section is going very well. Plenty of RSA boys coming back to play as well - can't think of too many Old Armachians playing for other teams, there are a couple at Queens and a couple at Banbridge.

The other family is the Mortons. So bloody many of them, don't ask me who is who :lol:


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Ao a trip to Belfast beckons.


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Ao a trip to Belfast beckons.

revolution soon ;)


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By the sounds of things we're lucky to have Thomond in Omagh for the play off


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By the sounds of things we're lucky to have Thomond in Omagh for the play off


You’ll love their travelling support. :lol:

Very limited side who should be missing their loosehead who got sent off last week. We destroyed them up front and their backs, while enthusiastic, struggled to string a few passes together. You’ll have played them twice already so there should be no surprises.


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Promotion/Relegation Play-Offs this weekend

1A/1B

St Marys V UCC
Banbridge v Ballynahinch

1B/2A

UL Bohs v Nenagh
Highfield v Armagh

2A/2B

Greystones v Navan
Rainey v Barnhall

2B/2C

Belfast Quins v Malahide
Omagh v Thomond

Think the next batch of round robin games are on too

Bandon v Ashbourne
Instonians v Ballina


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I am not hopeful.

Worst time of the year to have no fúcking 10


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Banana Man wrote:
Promotion/Relegation Play-Offs this weekend

1A/1B

St Marys V UCC
Banbridge v Ballynahinch

1B/2A

UL Bohs v Nenagh
Highfield v Armagh

2A/2B

Greystones v Navan
Rainey v Barnhall

2B/2C

Belfast Quins v Malahide
Omagh v Thomond

Think the next batch of round robin games are on too

Bandon v Ashbourne
Instonians v Ballina


Banbridge seem to have Hinchs number. You're Barnhall arent you BMan. What are your chances against Rainey? I'd say Malahide have a good shout against Quins


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DiscoHips D'Arcy wrote:
Banana Man wrote:
Promotion/Relegation Play-Offs this weekend

1A/1B

St Marys V UCC
Banbridge v Ballynahinch

1B/2A

UL Bohs v Nenagh
Highfield v Armagh

2A/2B

Greystones v Navan
Rainey v Barnhall

2B/2C

Belfast Quins v Malahide
Omagh v Thomond

Think the next batch of round robin games are on too

Bandon v Ashbourne
Instonians v Ballina


Banbridge seem to have Hinchs number. You're Barnhall arent you BMan. What are your chances against Rainey? I'd say Malahide have a good shout against Quins

I am - decent enough. We've gotten lads back from injuries. They thumped us at home, albeit we had a man sent off early doors and we beat them in a tight one at home.

Only team not to lose to Crescent this year - 36-36 belter 2 weeks ago has us in good form.

It's a long spin up though and their pack is excellent.

Quins can shift the ball about pretty well, pack is/was rubbish but they got a good draw with Navan away last week too.

Greystones v Navan should actually be a really good game.


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PostPosted: Thu Apr 19, 2018 12:24 pm 
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Mullet 2 wrote:
I am not hopeful.

Worst time of the year to have no fúcking 10

Attack them up front - their backs are pretty decent.

Harrison from the Jackson trial plays in the front row for them actually.


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Banana Man wrote:
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I am not hopeful.

Worst time of the year to have no fúcking 10

Attack them up front - their backs are pretty decent.

Harrison from the Jackson trial plays in the front row for them actually.

You'll need to double team him


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I am not hopeful.

Worst time of the year to have no fúcking 10

Attack them up front - their backs are pretty decent.

Harrison from the Jackson trial plays in the front row for them actually.

You'll need to double team him

He played v us in the home game, which was on during the trial.

Plenty of "banter"


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Yeah I'd imagine. My comment was a bit dickish in fairness.


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Funny though :thumbup:


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I didnt realise Harrison played for them regularly.

The LH for Rainey should be O'Hagan who is the one lad most of us would like to see get a chance for Ulster. I imagine the relatively low league is something that has held him back


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Yeah I'd imagine. My comment was a bit dickish in fairness.

:o


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Mullet 2 wrote:
I am not hopeful.

Worst time of the year to have no fúcking 10


Did your 10 get fcuked up against us?


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Yep, broke his arm


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Harlequins played much better at the end of the season. Not sure if the had some talent infusion or not, but they are much better than their record was over the year.


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Piece on Bective going down - find the bolded piece ridiculous.

You lads saying how incredible the Malahide/Sligo game was - and then just a division up our 36-36 game with Crescent last week was a joy to watch

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On Saturday, Bective Rangers will play their final match in the Ulster Bank League, at lest for the time being, when they host Malahide at Donnybrook.

Relegation from Division 2C means that next season they will play in the Leinster Senior League Division 1A.

It’s been something of a freefall. Relegation has been a regular bedfellow over the last four or five years as they have plummeted down the divisions, marking a downturn in fortune for a club with a proud history. Among their achievements are 12 Leinster Senior Cup wins, the last in 1962, and two Bateman Cups.

The Donnybrook club (founded in 1881) contributed players to the Lions, to Ireland, the first John Waites in 1886 and the last, former Leinster defence coach Kurt McQuilkin 110 years later.

Wales and Lions icon Cliff Morgan played for Bective Rangers in the 1954-1955 season helping them to win a Leinster Senior Cup, while working as a manager at Irish Ropes in Wicklow Town.

Five IRFU presidents, JH O’Conor (1911-1912), WG Fallon (1949-1950), Mick Cuddy (1993-1994), John Lyons (2008-2009) and Louis Magee (2014-2015) came from the Bective club while Lions, Ireland and Leinster outhalf Johnny Sexton – his father Jerry was a renowned player and administrator at the club – and Leinster and Ireland centre Rory O’Loughlin played mini-rugby in the distinctive rose, green and white jersey.

They came within touching distance of the old Division One of the All-Ireland League and for a substantial period of time were a mainstay in Division Two. But declining playing numbers, representative of the changing face of club rugby over the past 20 years, took an appreciable toll on a club that perhaps lost its identity along the way. In a sense they dwelt on who they were, took their eye off the ball, rather than recognising the need to constantly evolve in the modern club rugby environment.

Bective Rangers are not alone. Monkstown, Suttonians, DLSP, Naas and Wanderers, all suffered a similar fate in dropping to the Leinster Senior League with only the latter two managing to regain their Ulster Bank League status.

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Fergal Campion will step down as head coach at the end of the season with Dave Plummer, a schoolteacher at King’s Hospital, taking over. Earlier this season Campion, roughly 10 years after playing what he thought was his last game, came out of retirement, aged 43, because the team needed him and he subsequently played three matches. On Saturday he’ll start on the bench. He’s promised his wife that it’ll be the last time he’ll lace up the boots.

A lavishly gifted outhalf, he was part of an Ireland Schools team that won a Triple Crown (1993) with Declan Kidney as coach, a member of a St Mary’s College side that won the All Ireland League (2000) and also played for Leinster. His career spanned the amateur and professional eras in rugby.

He spoke about the lack of depth and quality in playing numbers – outside of minis, Bective field U-18, U-20, first, second and third teams.

The standard in Division 2C is probably the equivalent of J2 in the old days, the commitment to the club isn’t the same, there are other attractions from a lifestyle perspective which is understandable and that includes the professional game. Some players would rather go and watch Leinster than play a junior match; different times.”

There is a belated recognition that Bective require rebranding, that they have to go back into the community, essentially the local schools of which there are many, and sell the club with all its superb playing facilities, complemented by a framework off the pitch that underscores that vision.

It’s about coaching, it’s about youth development and it’s about creating an environment where men and women, boys and girls can enjoy playing rugby, irrespective of the level.

That will be the key to regeneration. If they are to bounce back to Ulster Bank League status, Bective can’t seek refuge in the past; instead they must live in the present and build for the future.


Not that surprised remember when Fergal used to play the first team was made up of Internationals/Provincal players who main focus was the club. I remember in Marys there were Leinster players who could not make the 1st team- Emmet Bryne being one. Heineken cup winner Ronan McCormack never played above J2 in Marys, in my first year I played a J6 final at centre, the fullback played for Ireland 2 years later debuting against Christian Cullen at his peak.
Nowadays you are lucky to have the odd academy player playing and teams tend to be a lot younger, not so many grizzled vets still playing.


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Banana Man wrote:
DiscoHips D'Arcy wrote:
Banana Man wrote:
Promotion/Relegation Play-Offs this weekend

1A/1B

St Marys V UCC
Banbridge v Ballynahinch

1B/2A

UL Bohs v Nenagh
Highfield v Armagh

2A/2B

Greystones v Navan
Rainey v Barnhall

2B/2C

Belfast Quins v Malahide
Omagh v Thomond

Think the next batch of round robin games are on too

Bandon v Ashbourne
Instonians v Ballina


Banbridge seem to have Hinchs number. You're Barnhall arent you BMan. What are your chances against Rainey? I'd say Malahide have a good shout against Quins

I am - decent enough. We've gotten lads back from injuries. They thumped us at home, albeit we had a man sent off early doors and we beat them in a tight one at home.

Only team not to lose to Crescent this year - 36-36 belter 2 weeks ago has us in good form.

It's a long spin up though and their pack is excellent.

Quins can shift the ball about pretty well, pack is/was rubbish but they got a good draw with Navan away last week too.

Greystones v Navan should actually be a really good game.

Their pack did a right number on us last week. Top notch scrum and some big carriers up front, but we robbed a few of their lineouts and their breakdown and defence weren't great so we beat them fairly handily in the end. Could probably have scored a few more tries but the lads switched off a bit once the bonus point was in the bag shortly after half time.


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Word tonight is City of Derry have asked to skip 2C and go straight to junior

Messing up relegation

So Bruff would be safe and Bective in playoff


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Word tonight is City of Derry have asked to skip 2C and go straight to junior

Messing up relegation

So Bruff would be safe and Bective in playoff


That's a big ask, even with their issues.


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Rainey and Quin's to both win.

Trying to decide if I should go watch one of them.

Does anyone know wtf happened City of Derry?


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Rainey and Quin's to both win.

Trying to decide if I should go watch one of them.

Does anyone know wtf happened City of Derry?

Get fúcked noob

No idea but conceded games in AIL resulted in big slap on wrist


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Banana Man wrote:
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Rainey and Quin's to both win.

Trying to decide if I should go watch one of them.

Does anyone know wtf happened City of Derry?

Get fúcked noob

No idea but conceded games in AIL resulted in big slap on wrist


Giving up your senior status is huge. There go your international ticket allocations and half the members who only pay in to get a sniff comes 6 nations time. Time must be very hard if they are just going to walk away from it all.


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Banana Man wrote:
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Rainey and Quin's to both win.

Trying to decide if I should go watch one of them.

Does anyone know wtf happened City of Derry?

Get fúcked noob

No idea but conceded games in AIL resulted in big slap on wrist


Did you travel Banana Man? (If that's even your real name....)

If so do you want to fight?


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IRFU UBL FT:
Div 2C Prom/Play-Off:
BFHR 19-13 MALA,
OMAH 34-13 THOM #UBL

Quins vs Omagh for 2B


IRFU UBL FT:
Div 2B Prom/Play-Off:
GREY 16-22 NAVN #UBL

IRFU UBL FT:
Div 2B Prom/Play-Off:
RAIN 26-14 BARN #UBL

Rainey vs Navan to go up to 2A


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