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PostPosted: Sun Nov 10, 2019 5:14 pm 
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Leicester getting hammered 22-6 at HT by Irish. :shock:


29 - 6 now :o


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Willie Falloon wrote:
Leicester getting hammered 22-6 at HT by Irish. :shock:


They got the bp try 29-6 on 74 mins, nice result.
Jackson appears to be playing fb, is that his position now with Irish?


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MrJonno wrote:
Willie Falloon wrote:
Leicester getting hammered 22-6 at HT by Irish. :shock:


They got the bp try 29-6 on 74 mins, nice result.
Jackson appears to be playing fb, is that his position now with Irish?


I've heard he does like coming into it from the back


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PostPosted: Sun Nov 10, 2019 6:04 pm 
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Mr. Very Popular wrote:
MrJonno wrote:
Willie Falloon wrote:
Leicester getting hammered 22-6 at HT by Irish. :shock:


They got the bp try 29-6 on 74 mins, nice result.
Jackson appears to be playing fb, is that his position now with Irish?


I've heard he does like coming into it from the back


Dual pivot


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Lazy Couch potato wrote:
Mr. Very Popular wrote:
MrJonno wrote:
Willie Falloon wrote:
Leicester getting hammered 22-6 at HT by Irish. :shock:


They got the bp try 29-6 on 74 mins, nice result.
Jackson appears to be playing fb, is that his position now with Irish?


I've heard he does like coming into it from the back


Dual pivot

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Lazy Couch potato wrote:
Mr. Very Popular wrote:
MrJonno wrote:
Willie Falloon wrote:
Leicester getting hammered 22-6 at HT by Irish. :shock:


They got the bp try 29-6 on 74 mins, nice result.
Jackson appears to be playing fb, is that his position now with Irish?


I've heard he does like coming into it from the back


Dual pivot



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PostPosted: Sun Nov 10, 2019 6:26 pm 
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Whatever Ulster are paying John Cooney is not enough, burden on him is wild.

Leinster were phenomenal on Friday. Hard to be too upset when you're so over-matched but the injury thing is getting disheartening, SOB's was just sad.


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Watching the Connacht Leinster game now.
How the fudge was that a high tackle call for Deegan? |
How are players meant to tackle if that's illegal?


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Will Connors was very good.


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PostPosted: Mon Nov 11, 2019 7:23 am 
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Whatever Ulster are paying John Cooney is not enough, burden on him is wild.

Leinster were phenomenal on Friday. Hard to be too upset when you're so over-matched but the injury thing is getting disheartening, SOB's was just sad.


Poor fella you'd have to feel for him.

The injury list was at crisis level before friday, I'm not sure they even have enough bodies now


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The IT suggesting that Munster may be looking to get Harry Byrne in as a short term replacement for the European Cup. following Hanrahans injury against Ulster.

https://www.irishtimes.com/sport/rugby/ ... -1.4078436


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PostPosted: Mon Nov 11, 2019 9:59 am 
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Irish Times saying Harry Byrne might be on his way south as an injury joker. Farcical.


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PostPosted: Mon Nov 11, 2019 10:06 am 
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Faddes caused the injury, surely it is fairer if Ulster send him to Munster...


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Watching the Connacht Leinster game now.
How the fudge was that a high tackle call for Deegan? |
How are players meant to tackle if that's illegal?


Yeah, said that at the time.


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Irish Times saying Harry Byrne might be on his way south as an injury joker. Farcical.


If we lose him for 3 months and Munster don't use him in Europe it'd be a complete waste but if he got some European experience it'll benefit us too.


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PostPosted: Mon Nov 11, 2019 10:11 am 
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Floppykid wrote:
Watching the Connacht Leinster game now.
How the fudge was that a high tackle call for Deegan? |
How are players meant to tackle if that's illegal?


Supporters need to get their shit together.

Connacht lads howling like fools and then they were on the end of two themselves.


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Irish Times saying Harry Byrne might be on his way south as an injury joker. Farcical.



:lol: :lol: :lol:


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PostPosted: Mon Nov 11, 2019 10:13 am 
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Actually scrap what I said above, I got the FH who missed out on the European squad wrong. Send them Frawley if anyone.


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PostPosted: Mon Nov 11, 2019 10:18 am 
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Clever move for the player he’s very likely to get serious gametime for a few weeks. Just behind a seriously injury prone bleedingballs for a month or two. Plus a few months training with one of the worlds bests 10s in larkham. Looked already like jj was well suited to new game plan. Tyler is filler at best. Are jake flannery or Ben Healy injured?

Can’t see it as ideal for leinster (bar byrne getting gametime). Also is he then cup tied?? Doesn’t it have to be a 3 month contract for euro games.

Jaysus from Munster pov id much rather we had already started Healy or flannery (accepting byrne was ahead of both at u20s). Much n all as I love plundering leinster like Vikings in clonmacnoise and it’s better to be an Irish lad that a durty furriner taking our jabs I’m not sure about it


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Can't see Byrne happening. He's in our European squad. We'd have to waste a change to the squad to put Frawley in.

And yes, 3 month contract required.


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CM11 wrote:
danthefan wrote:
Irish Times saying Harry Byrne might be on his way south as an injury joker. Farcical.


If we lose him for 3 months and Munster don't use him in Europe it'd be a complete waste but if he got some European experience it'll benefit us too.



If done properly it’s win win. In fact that’s probably how it should be done from an irfu pov rather than short term jokers. Besides it gives us a few weeks and soon he’ll be shouting pashun and honesty and meeting faz in coffee shops


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PostPosted: Mon Nov 11, 2019 10:29 am 
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CM11 wrote:
Can't see Byrne happening. He's in our European squad. We'd have to waste a change to the squad to put Frawley in.

And yes, 3 month contract required.


Well if frawleys not already in then it should be him. Rather than wasting irfu resources on some saffer it kiwi


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Why the fudge would we help out a competitor?


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PostPosted: Mon Nov 11, 2019 10:41 am 
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Having at least one 'injury joker' at any time seems to be the new normal for Munster.


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If JvG wanted a joker, the IRFU were always going to find it difficult to have a valid reason to say no. Munster are only in this spot because Schmidt consciously chose to damage Carberry's long term fitness so he would have him available for the RWC.

Edit: I see it's Cummisky in the times. He'd make Conor George look like an impartial and balanced sports journalist. Might as well strike it off as trolling nonsense in search of rage clicks.


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PostPosted: Mon Nov 11, 2019 10:58 am 
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Extend Mathewson contract for the season. Let Murray and Scannell be back up 10.


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If JvG wanted a joker, the IRFU were always going to find it difficult to have a valid reason to say no. Munster are only in this spot because Schmidt consciously chose to damage Carberry's long term fitness so he would have him available for the RWC.

Edit: I see it's Cummisky in the times. He'd make Conor George look like an impartial and balanced sports journalist. Might as well strike it off as trolling nonsense in search of rage clicks.

You need sterilised.


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Jumper wrote:
If JvG wanted a joker, the IRFU were always going to find it difficult to have a valid reason to say no. Munster are only in this spot because Schmidt consciously chose to damage Carberry's long term fitness so he would have him available for the RWC.

Edit: I see it's Cummisky in the times. He'd make Conor George look like an impartial and balanced sports journalist. Might as well strike it off as trolling nonsense in search of rage clicks.



County over province no ??


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Stop quoting that gobshite please. It only encourages the stupid prick.


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Lazy Couch potato wrote:
Jumper wrote:
If JvG wanted a joker, the IRFU were always going to find it difficult to have a valid reason to say no. Munster are only in this spot because Schmidt consciously chose to damage Carberry's long term fitness so he would have him available for the RWC.

Edit: I see it's Cummisky in the times. He'd make Conor George look like an impartial and balanced sports journalist. Might as well strike it off as trolling nonsense in search of rage clicks.



County over province no ??


Up the Dubz


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Liathroidigloine wrote:
Why the fudge would we help out a competitor?


Team Ireland comes first and IRFU are the paymasters


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Extend Mathewson contract for the season. Let Murray and Scannell be back up 10.


after Bleedinhells performance especially in last 5 minutes it's not the back up I'm worried about. turns out letting Bill Johnston go to Ulster wasn't such a great idea....on a side note, it was kinda priceless seeing Marty Moore as the old school retro prop ; none of this lean mean prop lark for him


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Can't see Byrne happening. He's in our European squad. We'd have to waste a change to the squad to put Frawley in.

And yes, 3 month contract required.

A loan up until Christmas could make sense (back before the Munster game on the 28th). But as you say if he's in the European squad already it probably won't happen. Wonder why the rumour is Byrne and not Frawley in that case? Also interesting that Byrne made the squad while Baird and Penny didn't. Shows how highly he's rated.


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What kind of contracts are Harry Bryne and Frawley on? Whether it was implemented or not, supposedly, Academy player's contracts were to be written so that the IRFU could move them to whereever they wanted to help out with injuries.

As usual I could be talking out of my arse.


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Byrne is in the academy anyway. Pretty sure Frawley has a full contract.

Still if he's already been named in the squad for Europe it's very unlikely that you can simply de-register him without using one of your swaps, which of course Leinster will not want to do.


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hermie wrote:
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Can't see Byrne happening. He's in our European squad. We'd have to waste a change to the squad to put Frawley in.

And yes, 3 month contract required.

A loan up until Christmas could make sense (back before the Munster game on the 28th). But as you say if he's in the European squad already it probably won't happen. Wonder why the rumour is Byrne and not Frawley in that case? Also interesting that Byrne made the squad while Baird and Penny didn't. Shows how highly he's rated.


Penney will more than likely go in for Leavy and Baird might go in for Conan. Apparently the rules this season allow for more injury reversals so they've named the injured players in the squad. They then swap them out and if either return they can swap them back in again more easily than if they weren't initially named.


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We are taking the complete piss if we start with these short terms loans to other provinces.


The other pro14 will should and will be justified in complaining.

It will kill all rivalry between the teams if the revolving door approach is started. By all means transfer them out carbs style but do not start with sharing players. Who would buy a ticket to a game that are training matches in a league?


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Is Munster over 50% non Munster yet?


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CM11 wrote:
hermie wrote:
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Can't see Byrne happening. He's in our European squad. We'd have to waste a change to the squad to put Frawley in.

And yes, 3 month contract required.

A loan up until Christmas could make sense (back before the Munster game on the 28th). But as you say if he's in the European squad already it probably won't happen. Wonder why the rumour is Byrne and not Frawley in that case? Also interesting that Byrne made the squad while Baird and Penny didn't. Shows how highly he's rated.


Penney will more than likely go in for Leavy and Baird might go in for Conan. Apparently the rules this season allow for more injury reversals so they've named the injured players in the squad. They then swap them out and if either return they can swap them back in again more easily than if they weren't initially named.

Oh yeah that's right. Once I saw Leavy there I remembered something about this. What exactly is the stipulation. You can name up to x amount of long term injured players and have temporary (named) replacements?


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