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PostPosted: Sat May 25, 2019 8:38 pm 
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Have to say well done Leinster and be magnanimous in defeat. They did deserve it.

If Scotland, Glasgow or Edinburgh we’re winning things playing like this I’d be pretty content I guess. But as an opposition, fudge me its dull, just dreadful rugby. But they are excellent at it, no question.

My only consolation is that if Ireland stick with Sexton and play like that at the WC I think we will beat them, and even if we don’t they have zero chance of going past the QF. Again.

But, fair play, great game, good win, we’ll done.

I haven't seen Leinster play that tight/negative that I can remember.
Usually their phase ball is a bit more exciting than that passage at the end. I'd imagine fatigue of 3 consecutive KO matches played a part.

Agreed on your Sexton comment.


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PostPosted: Sat May 25, 2019 8:38 pm 
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three reasons Glasgow lost: Hastings, Owens and ... Rennie -> why not start Kebble and sub all backrow(bar Fagerson) sooner??? And Hastings is slow making his mind...
Also was woindering why Glasgow got so passive in their own 22? Blitzin in middle of the field and waiting in 22...


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Seriously this welsh bint
Is she there on some sort of wish foundation


That's no way to talk about the missus.


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PostPosted: Sat May 25, 2019 8:40 pm 
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Also on Glasgow.

Matt Fagerson is a very good player.

Ought to be Scotland's starting 8.


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PostPosted: Sat May 25, 2019 8:40 pm 
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Well played Leinster. League finals getting better every year.


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PostPosted: Sat May 25, 2019 8:41 pm 
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Good game that .... Glasgow booing everything :lol:


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PostPosted: Sat May 25, 2019 8:42 pm 
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Good final, tight finish.

Scots will be stewing all summer on the RWC game.


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PostPosted: Sat May 25, 2019 8:42 pm 
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It's great to taste the salty tears of the various windowlickers after that win. :proud:


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Good game that .... Glasgow booing everything :lol:


If only it had been Glasgow and Ulster in the final. It would have been 80 minutes of constant booing.


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Good game that .... Glasgow booing everything :lol:


If only it had been Glasgow and Ulster in the final. It would have been 80 minutes of constant booing.

Retard


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PostPosted: Sat May 25, 2019 8:44 pm 
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Every time Leinster win something it doesn't feel like they won anything because it's so routine.

Anyone else agree?


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PostPosted: Sat May 25, 2019 8:45 pm 
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Clive Simms wrote:
Every time Leinster win something it doesn't feel like they won anything because it's so routine.

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No.

f**king loving this win :proud:


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Clive Simms wrote:
Every time Leinster win something it doesn't feel like they won anything because it's so routine.

Anyone else agree?


Nothing routine about that ..... Glasgow are serious side and upped their performance 50% from their match against sarries

Delighted to get over the line there tbh


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SOB. :lol: :thumbup:


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Winnie wrote:
Jumper wrote:
rfurlong wrote:
Good game that .... Glasgow booing everything :lol:


If only it had been Glasgow and Ulster in the final. It would have been 80 minutes of constant booing.

Retard


Imagine how exciting his life is that he feels the need to seek attention constantly on an anonymous internet forum. :lol:


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I love it when we win in Celtic Park. Seems extra special. Speaks to the emigrant community and all they suffered in the UK


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PostPosted: Sat May 25, 2019 8:51 pm 
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Leinsterman wrote:
Winnie wrote:
Jumper wrote:
rfurlong wrote:
Good game that .... Glasgow booing everything :lol:


If only it had been Glasgow and Ulster in the final. It would have been 80 minutes of constant booing.

Retard


Imagine how exciting his life is that he feels the need to seek attention constantly on an anonymous internet forum. :lol:


At least I've never lowered myself to telling anonymous people on the internet to kill themselves. I don't think things go any lower than that.


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I love it when we win in Celtic Park. Seems extra special. Speaks to the emigrant community and all they suffered in the UK


:lol: :lol:


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I love it when we win in Celtic Park. Seems extra special. Speaks to the emigrant community and all they suffered in the UK


Sexton really should have taken the drop kick when he was in rangers.


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Jumper wrote:
Leinsterman wrote:
Winnie wrote:
Jumper wrote:
rfurlong wrote:
Good game that .... Glasgow booing everything :lol:


If only it had been Glasgow and Ulster in the final. It would have been 80 minutes of constant booing.

Retard


Imagine how exciting his life is that he feels the need to seek attention constantly on an anonymous internet forum. :lol:


At least I've never lowered myself to telling anonymous people on the internet to kill themselves. I don't think things go any lower than that.


Diddums :lol:


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PostPosted: Sat May 25, 2019 8:54 pm 
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slick wrote:
EverReady wrote:
I love it when we win in Celtic Park. Seems extra special. Speaks to the emigrant community and all they suffered in the UK


:lol: :lol:


:lol: Commiserations Glasgow. Got strangled in the end and were the better team all season


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Have to say well done Leinster and be magnanimous in defeat. They did deserve it.

If Scotland, Glasgow or Edinburgh we’re winning things playing like this I’d be pretty content I guess. But as an opposition, fudge me its dull, just dreadful rugby. But they are excellent at it, no question.

My only consolation is that if Ireland stick with Sexton and play like that at the WC I think we will beat them, and even if we don’t they have zero chance of going past the QF. Again.

But, fair play, great game, good win, we’ll done.

I haven't seen Leinster play that tight/negative that I can remember.
Usually their phase ball is a bit more exciting than that passage at the end. I'd imagine fatigue of 3 consecutive KO matches played a part.

Agreed on your Sexton comment.


Quite right, another reason to tip the hat is the number of big games they have had recently.


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EverReady wrote:
I love it when we win in Celtic Park. Seems extra special. Speaks to the emigrant community and all they suffered in the UK

You can see how much it meant to Leo Cullen because he hates Protestants


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slick wrote:
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I love it when we win in Celtic Park. Seems extra special. Speaks to the emigrant community and all they suffered in the UK


:lol: :lol:


:lol: Commiserations Glasgow. Got strangled in the end and were the better team all season


It was peak Munster 2008 at the end there. Leinster carrier with a man on each shoulder to immediately seal the ruck once the carrier went to ground. Extremely smart play.


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EverReady wrote:
slick wrote:
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I love it when we win in Celtic Park. Seems extra special. Speaks to the emigrant community and all they suffered in the UK


:lol: :lol:


:lol: Commiserations Glasgow. Got strangled in the end and were the better team all season


How’s your sore throat by the way?


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Jumper wrote:
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slick wrote:
EverReady wrote:
I love it when we win in Celtic Park. Seems extra special. Speaks to the emigrant community and all they suffered in the UK


:lol: :lol:


:lol: Commiserations Glasgow. Got strangled in the end and were the better team all season


It was peak Munster 2008 at the end there. Leinster carrier with a man on each shoulder to immediately seal the ruck once the carrier went to ground. Extremely smart play.


Not sure if Leinster would have won vs Saracens but they would have attempetd the strangle against them if they had gone in at half time seven points ahead, reckon they could have pulled it off.


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Just read back over the last few pages ....

Jumper/sewage/tickets :lol: :lol: :lol:

Embarrassing stuff lads


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Jumper wrote:
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slick wrote:
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I love it when we win in Celtic Park. Seems extra special. Speaks to the emigrant community and all they suffered in the UK


:lol: :lol:


:lol: Commiserations Glasgow. Got strangled in the end and were the better team all season


It was peak Munster 2008 at the end there. Leinster carrier with a man on each shoulder to immediately seal the ruck once the carrier went to ground. Extremely smart play.

We can probably stop talking about that Munster team now, it's all getting a little needy.

This current Leinster team is better, we don't need to keep comparing them to a team from 10+ years ago every time they stick it up the jumper.


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We can probably stop talking about that Munster team now, it's all getting a little needy.

This current Leinster team is better, we don't need to keep comparing them to a team from 10+ years ago every time they stick it up the jumper.


It's a comment about the style of rugby played at the end. It was pick-and-goes with a man on each shoulder to seal the ruck. Literally from the playbook of that team.


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crouchy wrote:
Jumper wrote:
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slick wrote:
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I love it when we win in Celtic Park. Seems extra special. Speaks to the emigrant community and all they suffered in the UK


:lol: :lol:


:lol: Commiserations Glasgow. Got strangled in the end and were the better team all season


It was peak Munster 2008 at the end there. Leinster carrier with a man on each shoulder to immediately seal the ruck once the carrier went to ground. Extremely smart play.

We can probably stop talking about that Munster team now, it's all getting a little needy.

This current Leinster team is better, we don't need to keep comparing them to a team from 10+ years ago every time they stick it up the jumper.


Debatable


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Jumper wrote:
crouchy wrote:
We can probably stop talking about that Munster team now, it's all getting a little needy.

This current Leinster team is better, we don't need to keep comparing them to a team from 10+ years ago every time they stick it up the jumper.


It's a comment about the style of rugby played at the end. It was pick-and-goes with a man on each shoulder to seal the ruck. Literally from the playbook of that team.


Yeah, no one ever stuck it up the jumper with a few minutes left, before Munster pioneered that ground breaking innovation


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I love it when we win in Celtic Park. Seems extra special. Speaks to the emigrant community and all they suffered in the UK

You can see how much it meant to Leo Cullen because he hates Protestants


:lol: So true. The withering look he gave JvdF at the end

slick wrote:
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slick wrote:
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I love it when we win in Celtic Park. Seems extra special. Speaks to the emigrant community and all they suffered in the UK


:lol: :lol:


:lol: Commiserations Glasgow. Got strangled in the end and were the better team all season


How’s your sore throat by the way?


Getting there. Being given extra lozenges this weekend


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Of course Leinster could’ve squeezed Sarries with a similar lead.


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That performance was good enough to win the pro14 final.

That wouldn't have beaten Sarries. Far from it


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Thought Henshaw was immense.


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That performance was good enough to win the pro14 final.

That wouldn't have beaten Sarries. Far from it


They were defo sharper today and Sexton got over his early yips. We are close to Saracens


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ER, cool mate.


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Saracens wouldn't have made the mistakes Glasgow made today.


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ER, cool mate.


;)


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Nolanator wrote:
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Have to say well done Leinster and be magnanimous in defeat. They did deserve it.

If Scotland, Glasgow or Edinburgh we’re winning things playing like this I’d be pretty content I guess. But as an opposition, fudge me its dull, just dreadful rugby. But they are excellent at it, no question.

My only consolation is that if Ireland stick with Sexton and play like that at the WC I think we will beat them, and even if we don’t they have zero chance of going past the QF. Again.

But, fair play, great game, good win, we’ll done.

I haven't seen Leinster play that tight/negative that I can remember.
Usually their phase ball is a bit more exciting than that passage at the end. I'd imagine fatigue of 3 consecutive KO matches played a part.

Agreed on your Sexton comment.

You don't play like the Baba's against Glasgow. Re the box kicks it was obviously a ploy and Glasgow were pretty poor under them, they very rarely clean caught any of them.


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