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Scannell in a race for the 6n which is a worry when you see the way Cronin and Tracy are throwing at the minute.
If KoB keeps his darts as good as they have been he could be in the wider squad.


Could be between him and Shane Delahunt who's going very well lately, looks like the number 1 hooker in Connacht atm.

Darts are consistent and he's pretty robust around the field.


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Scannell in a race for the 6n which is a worry when you see the way Cronin and Tracy are throwing at the minute.
If KoB keeps his darts as good as they have been he could be in the wider squad.


Could be between him and Shane Delahunt who's going very well lately, looks like the number 1 hooker in Connacht atm.

Darts are consistent and he's pretty robust around the field.


Is Delahunt a proper hooker or another converted backrow? Actually how many of hookers have always played hooker, it seems to be a position more than any other that players move into. Tom Youngs used to a centre, Tracey a prop, Woody I think was a back.


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Where was McPhillips playing when he got on? I'm pretty sure Lilo stayed on.


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Where was McPhillips playing when he got on? I'm pretty sure Lilo stayed on.


He didn’t come one I don’t think


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Where was McPhillips playing when he got on? I'm pretty sure Lilo stayed on.


He didn’t come one I don’t think


Him and McBurney both didnt get on


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Delahunt's a converted prop, although he's played hooker since 6th year.


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Luckycharmer wrote:
Porterbelly1 wrote:
Mr. Very Popular wrote:
Scannell in a race for the 6n which is a worry when you see the way Cronin and Tracy are throwing at the minute.
If KoB keeps his darts as good as they have been he could be in the wider squad.


Could be between him and Shane Delahunt who's going very well lately, looks like the number 1 hooker in Connacht atm.

Darts are consistent and he's pretty robust around the field.


Is Delahunt a proper hooker or another converted backrow? Actually how many of hookers have always played hooker, it seems to be a position more than any other that players move into. Tom Youngs used to a centre, Tracey a prop, Woody I think was a back.


Delahunt was a prop for Leinster underage.


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Looks like TOD will be gone for quite a while too. Shines a really bad light on the Ravenhill crowd who appeared to be booing him as he left the field.


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DiscoHips D'Arcy wrote:
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Where was McPhillips playing when he got on? I'm pretty sure Lilo stayed on.


He didn’t come one I don’t think


Him and McBurney both didn't get on


That was fairly shit.


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Where was McPhillips playing when he got on? I'm pretty sure Lilo stayed on.


He didn’t come one I don’t think


Him and McBurney both didnt get on

Huh I thought Gusher said at one point he was on, was trying to spot him.


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Looks like TOD will be gone for quite a while too. Shines a really bad light on the Ravenhill crowd who appeared to be booing him as he left the field.

The crowd were absolutely horrible.


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Looks like TOD will be gone for quite a while too. Shines a really bad light on the Ravenhill crowd who appeared to be booing him as he left the field.

The crowd were absolutely horrible.


That's Ravenhill though. Soccer crowd.


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Scannell in a race for the 6n which is a worry when you see the way Cronin and Tracy are throwing at the minute.
If KoB keeps his darts as good as they have been he could be in the wider squad.

Scannell had two overthrows against Ulster. I thought Cronin's darts were good against Connacht, especially given the wind. Any lineouts lost were good work by Dillane more than anything else.


every time I see you post on this thread I open it to see what your saying about Cronin this time :lol:


0 out of 4 against the Irish teams- still hurting, Cronin throwing has been fine recently, no better/worse than scannell, herring etc.

Do you do anything other than snipe at other provinces and wank on about tag?


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earl the beaver wrote:
Luckycharmer wrote:
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Scannell in a race for the 6n which is a worry when you see the way Cronin and Tracy are throwing at the minute.
If KoB keeps his darts as good as they have been he could be in the wider squad.

Scannell had two overthrows against Ulster. I thought Cronin's darts were good against Connacht, especially given the wind. Any lineouts lost were good work by Dillane more than anything else.


every time I see you post on this thread I open it to see what your saying about Cronin this time :lol:


0 out of 4 against the Irish teams- still hurting, Cronin throwing has been fine recently, no better/worse than scannell, herring etc.

Do you do anything other than snipe at other provinces and wank on about tag?


very rarely mention tag and only have a go at certain posters - have you started whinging yet about the ref on sat?


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I've had a pop at some of the boo boys in King Ravens.

It's a poor show.


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I've had a pop at some of the boo boys in King Ravens.

It's a poor show.

At what point did TOD go off? I don't remember what was happening as he left the field.


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SASP wrote:
I've had a pop at some of the boo boys in King Ravens.

It's a poor show.


Where does it come from though? Its like a stadium filled with the worst groups of drunk plum from the terraces of the other provinces. Makes it difficult to even watch Ulster home games.


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earl the beaver wrote:
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I've had a pop at some of the boo boys in King Ravens.

It's a poor show.

At what point did TOD go off? I don't remember what was happening as he left the field.


I wasn't referring to that incident nor was I at that game.

However 64th Minute when TOD went off.


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Jumper wrote:
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I've had a pop at some of the boo boys in King Ravens.

It's a poor show.


Where does it come from though? Its like a stadium filled with the worst groups of drunk plum from the terraces of the other provinces. Makes it difficult to even watch Ulster home games.


They hand out leaflets with your posts with the match day programs.
Really gets us going.


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SASP wrote:
earl the beaver wrote:
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I've had a pop at some of the boo boys in King Ravens.

It's a poor show.

At what point did TOD go off? I don't remember what was happening as he left the field.


I wasn't referring to that incident nor was I at that game.

However 64th Minute when TOD went off.


Booed Sam Arnold when the camera was on him too. Whatever about the incident, he was one of your own.


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Jumper wrote:
SASP wrote:
earl the beaver wrote:
SASP wrote:
I've had a pop at some of the boo boys in King Ravens.

It's a poor show.

At what point did TOD go off? I don't remember what was happening as he left the field.


I wasn't referring to that incident nor was I at that game.

However 64th Minute when TOD went off.


Booed Sam Arnold when the camera was on him too. Whatever about the incident, he was one of your own.

Well he's English really.


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Sure so are all the planters


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Sure so are all the planters


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Jumper wrote:
Looks like TOD will be gone for quite a while too. Shines a really bad light on the Ravenhill crowd who appeared to be booing him as he left the field.

The crowd were absolutely horrible.

He can be a big enough ganch all by himself he doesn’t need you to be his fluffer


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unseenwork wrote:
Jumper wrote:
SASP wrote:
earl the beaver wrote:
SASP wrote:
I've had a pop at some of the boo boys in King Ravens.

It's a poor show.

At what point did TOD go off? I don't remember what was happening as he left the field.


I wasn't referring to that incident nor was I at that game.

However 64th Minute when TOD went off.


Booed Sam Arnold when the camera was on him too. Whatever about the incident, he was one of your own.

Well he's English really.

And in the process of getting a red card, don't really see the issue with that one.


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Jumper wrote:
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I've had a pop at some of the boo boys in King Ravens.

It's a poor show.


Where does it come from though? Its like a stadium filled with the worst groups of drunk plum from the terraces of the other provinces. Makes it difficult to even watch Ulster home games.

Try harder.


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Looks like TOD will be gone for quite a while too. Shines a really bad light on the Ravenhill crowd who appeared to be booing him as he left the field.

The crowd were absolutely horrible.

He can be a big enough ganch all by himself he doesn’t need you to be his fluffer

Ach I really have come to hate the crowd though, find it all thoroughly unpleasant how they can get on (also I'll admit I didn't notice that was Jumper).


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unseenwork wrote:
Winnie wrote:
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Looks like TOD will be gone for quite a while too. Shines a really bad light on the Ravenhill crowd who appeared to be booing him as he left the field.

The crowd were absolutely horrible.

He can be a big enough ganch all by himself he doesn’t need you to be his fluffer

Ach I really have come to hate the crowd though, find it all thoroughly unpleasant how they can get on (also I'll admit I didn't notice that was Jumper).

Ffs you hate everything


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Ach I really have come to hate the crowd though, find it all thoroughly unpleasant how they can get on (also I'll admit I didn't notice that was Jumper).


You and me against the world.


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Winnie wrote:
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Winnie wrote:
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Looks like TOD will be gone for quite a while too. Shines a really bad light on the Ravenhill crowd who appeared to be booing him as he left the field.

The crowd were absolutely horrible.

He can be a big enough ganch all by himself he doesn’t need you to be his fluffer

Ach I really have come to hate the crowd though, find it all thoroughly unpleasant how they can get on (also I'll admit I didn't notice that was Jumper).

Ffs you hate everything

That is true, other than my pet favourite players of course. ;)


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SASP wrote:
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I've had a pop at some of the boo boys in King Ravens.

It's a poor show.

At what point did TOD go off? I don't remember what was happening as he left the field.


I wasn't referring to that incident nor was I at that game.

However 64th Minute when TOD went off.

Some stuff is OTT and there's definitely an element of drunken twats, but since the Payne card a lot of it is panto booing.

For TOD going off I would have thought it was more Whycherly coming back on out of the bin?


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SASP wrote:
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Ach I really have come to hate the crowd though, find it all thoroughly unpleasant how they can get on (also I'll admit I didn't notice that was Jumper).


You and me against the world.

Exactly SASP! Trying to bring a bit of civility to the stands!


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earl the beaver wrote:
SASP wrote:
earl the beaver wrote:
SASP wrote:
I've had a pop at some of the boo boys in King Ravens.

It's a poor show.

At what point did TOD go off? I don't remember what was happening as he left the field.


I wasn't referring to that incident nor was I at that game.

However 64th Minute when TOD went off.

Some stuff is OTT and there's definitely an element of drunken twats, but since the Payne card a lot of it is panto booing.

For TOD going off I would have thought it was more Whycherly coming back on out of the bin?


And what was his crime, not rolling away?

Tod is an Irish international and is injured. Clap him off ffs


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earl the beaver wrote:
SASP wrote:
earl the beaver wrote:
SASP wrote:
I've had a pop at some of the boo boys in King Ravens.

It's a poor show.

At what point did TOD go off? I don't remember what was happening as he left the field.


I wasn't referring to that incident nor was I at that game.

However 64th Minute when TOD went off.

Some stuff is OTT and there's definitely an element of drunken twats, but since the Payne card a lot of it is panto booing.

For TOD going off I would have thought it was more Whycherly coming back on out of the bin?


why would Wycherly coming back on justify any booing?


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earl the beaver wrote:
SASP wrote:
earl the beaver wrote:
SASP wrote:
I've had a pop at some of the boo boys in King Ravens.

It's a poor show.

At what point did TOD go off? I don't remember what was happening as he left the field.


I wasn't referring to that incident nor was I at that game.

However 64th Minute when TOD went off.

Some stuff is OTT and there's definitely an element of drunken twats, but since the Payne card a lot of it is panto booing.

For TOD going off I would have thought it was more Whycherly coming back on out of the bin?


why would Wycherly coming back on justify any booing?


Didn't see the game but if he was off for foul play, it's not unusual to see booing when the player returns, especially if the crowd thought it was a red.


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He wasn't off for foul play


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earl the beaver wrote:
SASP wrote:
earl the beaver wrote:
SASP wrote:
I've had a pop at some of the boo boys in King Ravens.

It's a poor show.

At what point did TOD go off? I don't remember what was happening as he left the field.


I wasn't referring to that incident nor was I at that game.

However 64th Minute when TOD went off.

Some stuff is OTT and there's definitely an element of drunken twats, but since the Payne card a lot of it is panto booing.

For TOD going off I would have thought it was more Whycherly coming back on out of the bin?


That was exactly what I thought the booing was for too Earl. And every crowd going gives a returning proud wearer of the yellow ribbon a bit of a doing. TODWASNT the intended recipient.

Nothing in it lads. Rewind the necks.


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earl the beaver wrote:
SASP wrote:
earl the beaver wrote:
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I've had a pop at some of the boo boys in King Ravens.

It's a poor show.

At what point did TOD go off? I don't remember what was happening as he left the field.


I wasn't referring to that incident nor was I at that game.

However 64th Minute when TOD went off.

Some stuff is OTT and there's definitely an element of drunken twats, but since the Payne card a lot of it is panto booing.

For TOD going off I would have thought it was more Whycherly coming back on out of the bin?


Panto booing is brought up a lot. Just sounds like a convenient exvuse to brush things under the carpet really.


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Personally, I find the booing to be excellent craic.

It happens at all the other provincial grounds as well, we are just better at it.


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The worst boo-ing I've experienced was against Connacht earlier this season when Charlie ran into your man and the crowd made an arse of themselves during the penalty kick.
Genuinely embarrassed to be there.

Wasn't at the fateful Sarries match all those years ago, I'd imagine the decibels were through the roof that day.


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