Official Leinster v Munster thread

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Barnes and Shaggy discussing the tunes.
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What was the choon?

I liked it.
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Very stodgy so far.
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What a kick from Murray.
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Score?
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No need for Kirchner to grubber that.

Botched another lineout.
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Newby1 wrote:Score?
0-3.
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Cronin having a mare. Can see sometimes why Strauss gets the nod.
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Tunes the best bit so far. And they only lasted 30 seconds :(
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Really impressed with Holland so far, intelligent kicks whenever he's done em, good passing.

Scrum even enough so far
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DOB wrote:
Newby1 wrote:Score?
0-3.
Decent defence or crap attack? Or general shiteness?
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lemonhead wrote:Cronin having a mare. Can see sometimes why Strauss gets the nod.
There's been a couple where the whole organisation of the lineout's been shite, though. For all we know, Cronin's putting the ball exactly where it's supposed to be (unlikely tbf) and his target isn't in place.
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Zebo simply cannot catch a ball.
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Newby1 wrote:
DOB wrote:
Newby1 wrote:Score?
0-3.
Decent defence or crap attack? Or general shiteness?
Two out of three.
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Cronin really should just slim down a touch and move to the centre. He just can't throw or hook. :|

And he has the tallest man in rugby to bloody aim at as well.
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DOB wrote:
lemonhead wrote:Cronin having a mare. Can see sometimes why Strauss gets the nod.
There's been a couple where the whole organisation of the lineout's been shite, though. For all we know, Cronin's putting the ball exactly where it's supposed to be (unlikely tbf) and his target isn't in place.
I'm wondering now if he isn't at least partially to blame.

Leinster would have 7pts had that gone to hand, you feel.
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Zebo and Conway are both paid to play fullback.
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Where are you going to on your summer holidays Simon?
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Triggs is an absolute ruck inspector.
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Wherever he's going, they're done with the inflight meal and on to the aperitifs
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lemonhead wrote:
DOB wrote:
lemonhead wrote:Cronin having a mare. Can see sometimes why Strauss gets the nod.
There's been a couple where the whole organisation of the lineout's been shite, though. For all we know, Cronin's putting the ball exactly where it's supposed to be (unlikely tbf) and his target isn't in place.
I'm wondering now if he isn't at least partially to blame.

Leinster would have 7pts had that gone to hand, you feel.
He's absolutely part of the problem, but it doesn't make a hooker's job easier when the other 7 lads don't look like they know theirs.

Simple ball to Toner works. And until Munster start beating Toner to that simple ball, that's what Leinster should be throwing to.
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Awful fare, this.
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anonymous_joe wrote:Very stodgy so far.
Irish rugby has become so brutal lately - just bosh bosh bosh, collision collision. Yawnfest.
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James Tracey has been the best hooker for Leinster this season.

Some stale rugby on display so far...
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fogerty wrote:Zebo simply cannot catch a ball.
Not good for a guy who obviously fancies himself as a 15.
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lemonhead wrote:Wherever he's going, they're done with the inflight meal and on to the aperitifs
he must be really f**ked if he's having the aperitifs after the meal
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A point every 5 minutes not bad.
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Duff Paddy wrote:
anonymous_joe wrote:Very stodgy so far.
Irish rugby has become so brutal lately - just bosh bosh bosh, collision collision. Yawnfest.
The tactics of the national set up filtering down.
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The Sky 'as it stands' table thing after 7mins of play worked better with the HEC.

Duff - fraid I'm already there myself :blush: And this game is not helping.
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Obstruction?
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Irish rugby RIP. This is dogshit.
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The formula 1 IS BETTER THAN THIS
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Crash_12 wrote:
Duff Paddy wrote:
anonymous_joe wrote:Very stodgy so far.
Irish rugby has become so brutal lately - just bosh bosh bosh, collision collision. Yawnfest.
The tactics of the national set up filtering down.
I fear as much.

The Scarlets Blues was a much better game.

And as for Super Rugby...
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Keet made no effort to hold that.
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Crash_12 wrote:
Duff Paddy wrote:
anonymous_joe wrote:Very stodgy so far.
Irish rugby has become so brutal lately - just bosh bosh bosh, collision collision. Yawnfest.
The tactics of the national set up filtering down.
I'm not sure anybody had this in mind when we were told Nucifora was going to help implement a national/provincial style of play
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DOB wrote:Keet made no effort to hold that.
That was a stonecold penalty tbf
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Clear penalty.

Has Kirchner done anything right yet, absolutely awful stuff.
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Ref, when we are breaking speed limits going forward in the scrum, why do we need to "use it"?
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Harsh yellow.
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Lam needs to coach all the provinces.
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