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PostPosted: Thu Aug 22, 2019 11:15 pm 
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If you could guess one player (apart from Sexton and Henshaw) to get injured either before or during the early stages of the WC, who would it be? VDF has experience in this regard so I vote him. Close second is Henderson and Kearney.


Owen Farrell.

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bw245 wrote:
If you could guess one player (apart from Sexton and Henshaw) to get injured either before or during the early stages of the WC, who would it be? VDF has experience in this regard so I vote him. Close second is Henderson and Kearney.


Owen Farrell.

:nod:


I’ll take both Vunipolas and Tuilagi with that...


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bw245 wrote:
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bw245 wrote:
If you could guess one player (apart from Sexton and Henshaw) to get injured either before or during the early stages of the WC, who would it be? VDF has experience in this regard so I vote him. Close second is Henderson and Kearney.


Owen Farrell.

:nod:


I’ll take both Vunipolas and Tuilagi with that...


I’m sure you’d manage to tackle a Curry also.


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On the bright side, at least Sexont and Carvery can't get injured at the weekend, given they're already injured..


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Depends on whether CJ is eaten without salt again.

Watching him against Leinster was very enlightening in the semi. Every Leimster player knows you're more likely to see the DUP change position than see CJ offload or pass. You can focus totally on smashing him and if you don't get it right you're on your arse but this is big boy rugby and those are rare.


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On the bright side, at least Sexont and Carvery can't get injured at the weekend, given they're already injured..


Genuinely wouldn’t put it past Sexto to get injured when he’s not playing.


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Will happily see Ross Byrne sacrificed to the injury Gods. Good idea for Joe to send him in for the slaughter. Means that the Vunipolas will be too f**ked to cripple Carty.


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Depends on whether CJ is eaten without salt again.

Watching him against Leinster was very enlightening in the semi. Every Leimster player knows you're more likely to see the DUP change position than see CJ offload or pass. You can focus totally on smashing him and if you don't get it right you're on your arse but this is big boy rugby and those are rare.

The other slim hope is that CJ is a bit more rested?
I don't hold as much with him being totally knackered last season, but the break may see an upswing in his carrying at least.


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Is Henshaw injured btw?


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I've a fecking awful feeling about the next few weekends. It's a wonder they weren't able to rope South Africa into this England Wales round robin smashathon.


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I think we're going to win. We'll get all excited (especially with our number one status). We'll start believing a little again. We'll then lose to Wales, get depressed again. Then beat Wales but think 'fool me once....' and we'll start the WC just as depressed as we are now.


I'm just not watching any rugby until the RWC itself actually starts. These warmups aren't worth shite.


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Will happily see Ross Byrne sacrificed to the injury Gods. Good idea for Joe to send him in for the slaughter. Means that the Vunipolas will be too f**ked to cripple Carty.


Sweet post

Really top notch stuff.


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Diabhal wrote:
Will happily see Ross Byrne sacrificed to the injury Gods. Good idea for Joe to send him in for the slaughter. Means that the Vunipolas will be too f**ked to cripple Carty.

Stay classy


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A possible second half lineout containing Kleyn, Toner, POM and Beirne would be very interesting.


Do you reckon between them one of them will be able to guess where Best or Cronin are throwing it?

It's the more where it ends up is the problem, reminds me I bumped into Bernard Jackman at gym today, some size


That’s quite an expensive gym comrade


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PostPosted: Fri Aug 23, 2019 10:06 am 
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Leinster Heineken Cup Fixtures:

Leinster V Treviso Nov 16th
Lyon V Leinster Nov 23rd
Northampton V Leinster Dec 7th
Leinster V Northampton Dec 14th
Leinster V Lyon Jan 12th
Treviso V Leinster Jan 18th


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Heineken Cup fixtures

https://www.epcrugby.com/champions-cup/matches/fixtures-and-results/


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Great opportunity for Ross Byrne to stake a claim for a start against Scotland if Jonny and Joey are out.

He deserves it. :thumbup:


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PostPosted: Fri Aug 23, 2019 10:29 am 
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irishrugbyua wrote:
Leinster Heineken Cup Fixtures:

Leinster V Treviso Nov 16th
Lyon V Leinster Nov 23rd
Northampton V Leinster Dec 7th
Leinster V Northampton Dec 14th
Leinster V Lyon Jan 12th
Treviso V Leinster Jan 18th


Joke of a group.
Even Ulster could make a stab at topping that lot :lol:


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PostPosted: Fri Aug 23, 2019 10:30 am 
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Ospreys away
Racing at home
Sarries at home
Sarries away
Racing away
Ospreys at home

Have to win our first three games. No two ways about it.


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PostPosted: Fri Aug 23, 2019 10:36 am 
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Jim Lahey wrote:
irishrugbyua wrote:
Leinster Heineken Cup Fixtures:

Leinster V Treviso Nov 16th
Lyon V Leinster Nov 23rd
Northampton V Leinster Dec 7th
Leinster V Northampton Dec 14th
Leinster V Lyon Jan 12th
Treviso V Leinster Jan 18th


Joke of a group.
Even Ulster could make a stab at finishing 2nd in that lot :lol:


Fixed it for you


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PostPosted: Fri Aug 23, 2019 10:37 am 
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Did you know: The only way to watch the RWC in New Zealand is via a website?


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Saturday 16th November - Bath vs Ulster - 13:00
Friday 22nd November - Ulster vs Clermont - 19:45
Saturday 7th December - Ulster vs Harlequins - 15:15
Friday 13th December - Harlequins vs Ulster - 19:45
10/11/12 January - Clermont vs Ulster - TBC
Saturday 18th Jan - Ulster vs Bath - 15:15


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diarm wrote:
Ospreys away
Racing at home
Sarries at home
Sarries away
Racing away
Ospreys at home

Have to win our first three games. No two ways about it.


Sarries in the head to head is a toss up, if the English lads are shagged by the RWC we may be in luck.


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PostPosted: Fri Aug 23, 2019 10:58 am 
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irishrugbyua wrote:
Leinster Heineken Cup Fixtures:

Leinster V Treviso Nov 16th
Lyon V Leinster Nov 23rd
Northampton V Leinster Dec 7th
Leinster V Northampton Dec 14th
Leinster V Lyon Jan 12th
Treviso V Leinster Jan 18th


Lyon at home will be a bloodbath, presuming they're well out of the running by that stage.

Last time we had Northampton for the double header after two excellent seasons didn't go so well. :uhoh:


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irishrugbyua wrote:
Did you know: The only way to watch the RWC in New Zealand is via a website?


How the fudge have they managed that?


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danthefan wrote:
irishrugbyua wrote:
Did you know: The only way to watch the RWC in New Zealand is via a website?


How the fudge have they managed that?


apparently sold rights to a website and you have to pay 80 euro to watch on said website.

andy mcgeady was talking about it on his twitter


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Witchfinder General wrote:
Jim Lahey wrote:
irishrugbyua wrote:
Leinster Heineken Cup Fixtures:

Leinster V Treviso Nov 16th
Lyon V Leinster Nov 23rd
Northampton V Leinster Dec 7th
Leinster V Northampton Dec 14th
Leinster V Lyon Jan 12th
Treviso V Leinster Jan 18th


Joke of a group.
Even Ulster could make a stab at finishing 2nd in that lot :lol:


Fixed it for you

Nah, we should have a decent team this season.


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the negativity on here is unreal

if were not prepared to go toe to toe with the english, we may as well forget being competitive against the saffers or NZ

the players should be looking at tomorrows game as a real chance to see where they are at and what they need to do over the coming weeks

we have to all out tomorrow and tear into them on both sides of the ball ..... the Irish pack is well able to compete and we should be looking to dent their confidence and simultaneously boost ours.

We may not win, but we should be looking to keep it very close. If we can hold a fully loaded England at home, then its game on for the RWC

also, all you doubters are in for a shock with Byrne tomorrow .... he'll sit deeper than sexton meaning that he wont be getting wiped out by their back row, or giving hospital passes to static forwards behind the gain line. He'll also look to get stockdale into the game through his kicking.

When Ireland got bullied by England and when Leinster got bullied by Saracens last season, I was screaming at the TV for sexton to kick to the wingers or dink one over the rush ...... Byrne will be under instructions to play his natural game and keep Englands back three honest tomorrow, and we'll get a lot of possession/territory/points benefit from it I reckon.


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Leinster Rugby ‘A’ vs. Cardiff Blues – Celtic Cup, Round 1

15. Jack Kelly(St. Michaels/DUFC/U23)
14. Niall Comerford(Blackrock/U20)
13. Gavin Mullin(Blackrock/UCD/U23)
12. Liam Turner(Blackrock/DUFC/U21)

11. Rob Russell(St. Michaels/DUFC/U21)
10. Conor Kelly(Roscrea/Clontarf/U21)
9. Cormac Foley(St. Gerards/St. Marys/U21)
1. Michael Milne(Roscrea/UCD/U21)
2. Dan Sheehan(Clongowes/DUFC/U22)
3. Jack Aungier(Suttonians RFC/Clontarf/U22)

4. Cian Prendergast(Newbridge/UCD/U20)
5. Charlie Ryan(Blackrock/UCD/U21)
6. Ronan Watters(St. Marys/St. Marys/U21)
7. Mark Hernan(St. Michaels/U20)
8. Ronan Foley(St. Marys/UCD/U22)

Replacements
16. John McKee(Campbell/Old Bevedere/U20)
17. Marcus Hannan(Clane RFC/Old Belvedere/U20)
18. Charlie Ward(Tullow RFC/Clontarf/U20)
19. David Maher(Roscrea/MU Barnhall/U20)
20. Sean O’Brien(Blackrock/U20)
21. Jack Connolly(Gonzaga/U20)
22. Paddy McKenzie(Wicklow RFC/Old Wesley/U20)
23. Adam La Grue(Terenure/Terenure/U21)

Bold = academy


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Well I'm all aboard the negativity train anyway.

Schmidt showing a lot of inflexibility during the 6N
A backrow that's going to get eaten alive
Questions over the form of some key players (Murray, Sexton, Best come to mind)
Hammered by England in Dublin during the 6N

Hope I'm wrong of course but I'm not hopeful at all


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danthefan wrote:
Well I'm all aboard the negativity train anyway.

Schmidt showing a lot of inflexibility during the 6N
A backrow that's going to get eaten alive
Questions over the form of some key players (Murray, Sexton, Best come to mind)
Hammered by England in Dublin during the 6N

Hope I'm wrong of course but I'm not hopeful at all

I'm just hoping Henderson doesn't get injured during this tournament.


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Leinster Rugby ‘A’ vs. Cardiff Blues – Celtic Cup, Round 1

15. Jack Kelly
14. Niall Comerford(U20)
13. Gavin Mullin
12. Liam Turner
11. Rob Russell(U21)
10. Conor Kelly(U21)
9. Cormac Foley(U21)
1. Michael Milne(U21)
2. Dan Sheehan
3. Jack Aungier
4. Cian Prendergast(U20)
5. Charlie Ryan(U21)CAPTAIN
6. Ronan Watters(U21)
7. Mark Hernan(U20)
8. Ronan Foley

Replacements
16. John McKee(U20)
17. Marcus Hannan(U20)
18. Charlie Ward(U20)
19. David Maher(U20)
20. Sean O’Brien(U20)
21. Jack Connolly(U20)
22. Paddy McKenzie(U20)
23. Adam La Grue(U21)

The number 19 is the best player there by a mile.


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Banana Man wrote:
irishrugbyua wrote:
Leinster Rugby ‘A’ vs. Cardiff Blues – Celtic Cup, Round 1

15. Jack Kelly
14. Niall Comerford(U20)
13. Gavin Mullin
12. Liam Turner
11. Rob Russell(U21)
10. Conor Kelly(U21)
9. Cormac Foley(U21)
1. Michael Milne(U21)
2. Dan Sheehan
3. Jack Aungier
4. Cian Prendergast(U20)
5. Charlie Ryan(U21)CAPTAIN
6. Ronan Watters(U21)
7. Mark Hernan(U20)
8. Ronan Foley

Replacements
16. John McKee(U20)
17. Marcus Hannan(U20)
18. Charlie Ward(U20)
19. David Maher(U20)
20. Sean O’Brien(U20)
21. Jack Connolly(U20)
22. Paddy McKenzie(U20)
23. Adam La Grue(U21)

The number 19 is the best player there by a mile.


go to youtube and watch Hernan's performances against Belvo and Blackrock in March ..... the guys as good a 7 prospect as Penny IMO


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rfurlong wrote:
Banana Man wrote:
irishrugbyua wrote:
Leinster Rugby ‘A’ vs. Cardiff Blues – Celtic Cup, Round 1

15. Jack Kelly
14. Niall Comerford(U20)
13. Gavin Mullin
12. Liam Turner
11. Rob Russell(U21)
10. Conor Kelly(U21)
9. Cormac Foley(U21)
1. Michael Milne(U21)
2. Dan Sheehan
3. Jack Aungier
4. Cian Prendergast(U20)
5. Charlie Ryan(U21)CAPTAIN
6. Ronan Watters(U21)
7. Mark Hernan(U20)
8. Ronan Foley

Replacements
16. John McKee(U20)
17. Marcus Hannan(U20)
18. Charlie Ward(U20)
19. David Maher(U20)
20. Sean O’Brien(U20)
21. Jack Connolly(U20)
22. Paddy McKenzie(U20)
23. Adam La Grue(U21)

The number 19 is the best player there by a mile.


go to youtube and watch Hernan's performances against Belvo and Blackrock in March ..... the guys as good a 7 prospect as Penny IMO

He is nothing compared to David Maher. A fraud and probably a coward.


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I'm willing to bet serious money on what school Hernan went to. :roll:


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I'm willing to bet serious money on what school Hernan went to. :roll:

Im not sure I would be able to guess, rfurlong is usually well balanced and versed on all schools teams.


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Banana Man wrote:
rfurlong wrote:
Banana Man wrote:
irishrugbyua wrote:
Leinster Rugby ‘A’ vs. Cardiff Blues – Celtic Cup, Round 1

15. Jack Kelly
14. Niall Comerford(U20)
13. Gavin Mullin
12. Liam Turner
11. Rob Russell(U21)
10. Conor Kelly(U21)
9. Cormac Foley(U21)
1. Michael Milne(U21)
2. Dan Sheehan
3. Jack Aungier
4. Cian Prendergast(U20)
5. Charlie Ryan(U21)CAPTAIN
6. Ronan Watters(U21)
7. Mark Hernan(U20)
8. Ronan Foley

Replacements
16. John McKee(U20)
17. Marcus Hannan(U20)
18. Charlie Ward(U20)
19. David Maher(U20)
20. Sean O’Brien(U20)
21. Jack Connolly(U20)
22. Paddy McKenzie(U20)
23. Adam La Grue(U21)

The number 19 is the best player there by a mile.


go to youtube and watch Hernan's performances against Belvo and Blackrock in March ..... the guys as good a 7 prospect as Penny IMO

He is nothing compared to David Maher. A fraud and probably a coward.

A dabbler a mere dilettante if you will, a picker up trifles.


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lorcanoworms wrote:
Banana Man wrote:
rfurlong wrote:
Banana Man wrote:
irishrugbyua wrote:
Leinster Rugby ‘A’ vs. Cardiff Blues – Celtic Cup, Round 1

15. Jack Kelly
14. Niall Comerford(U20)
13. Gavin Mullin
12. Liam Turner
11. Rob Russell(U21)
10. Conor Kelly(U21)
9. Cormac Foley(U21)
1. Michael Milne(U21)
2. Dan Sheehan
3. Jack Aungier
4. Cian Prendergast(U20)
5. Charlie Ryan(U21)CAPTAIN
6. Ronan Watters(U21)
7. Mark Hernan(U20)
8. Ronan Foley

Replacements
16. John McKee(U20)
17. Marcus Hannan(U20)
18. Charlie Ward(U20)
19. David Maher(U20)
20. Sean O’Brien(U20)
21. Jack Connolly(U20)
22. Paddy McKenzie(U20)
23. Adam La Grue(U21)

The number 19 is the best player there by a mile.


go to youtube and watch Hernan's performances against Belvo and Blackrock in March ..... the guys as good a 7 prospect as Penny IMO

He is nothing compared to David Maher. A fraud and probably a coward.

A dabbler a mere dilettante if you will, a picker up trifles.

A child playing a mans game. An infant in the ways of the world. Not like the king, the lord of all he sees, David Maher.


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danthefan wrote:
Well I'm all aboard the negativity train anyway.

Schmidt showing a lot of inflexibility during the 6N
A backrow that's going to get eaten alive
Questions over the form of some key players (Murray, Sexton, Best come to mind)
Hammered by England in Dublin during the 6N

Hope I'm wrong of course but I'm not hopeful at all


I think the inflexibility argument is probably valid but it works both ways. I don't think we targeted the 6N at all and therefore we weren't as prepared as well as we could have been. I think we'll be a lot better in the WC but the inflexibility argument is still relevant as we'll live or die with Schmidt making every call correctly as the team itself isn't able to adapt on the fly.

Now, tbf, most teams are like that these days but the advantage NZ have is that they simply have more top players to make things stick or reset while SA have a size advantage. While we have some very decent players everything depends on our halfbacks getting it right and being nearly 100% accurate. More so than most of the rest.


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https://www.the42.ie/joe-schmidt-nacewa ... 2-Aug2019/

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THE FACT THAT Joe Schmidt has torn his hamstring several times during Ireland’s warm-ups before games says a lot about how much he cares for his team and their preparation.


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