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Willie Falloon wrote: Sat Sep 05, 2020 9:24 pm
earl the beaver wrote: Sat Sep 05, 2020 9:20 pm Reidy was incredible when he came off the bench, stones on Madigan.
Coetzee, McCloskey and Matheson changed the game for Ulster.
Ah fúcking hem
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We’re in a final baby
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I went and said a novena for Maddser and came back to this. Altogether now 'Hail Mary full of grace...'
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The bench was the difference. Treadwell put in a shift when he came on, Reidy was class, Mathewson was good, Madigan nailed two absolute crackers.
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Ulsters Red Hand wrote: Sat Sep 05, 2020 9:26 pm We’re in a final baby
Ahhhh...cute
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Reidy had an incredible cameo. Much better than Rae?

Great game. Tough one Edinburgh, but great guts Ulster.
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Mullet 2 wrote: Sat Sep 05, 2020 9:26 pm
Ulsters Red Hand wrote: Sat Sep 05, 2020 9:26 pm We’re in a final baby
Ahhhh...cute
Try being an Ulster fan
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2 from 9 in semi finals, any win is clearly progress.
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FFS

Watching this?

First people up to hug the dawg at whistle


Cooney, Moore, McGrath and Jordi :|
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Bowe recognises bringing Leinster winners off the bench was the difference
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earl the beaver wrote: Sat Sep 05, 2020 9:25 pm Has a Scottish side ever lost when the ref wasn't bent Malky?
Still laughing at you ...you inadequate little nonentity.
You know fine well you got away with that given the paucity of your involvement during the game. If Ulster had suffered that ineptitude in the 2nd half you would have about 20 posts.
Of course you are not noticing any difference watching rugby in the current environment - armchair rugby.
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malky wrote: Sat Sep 05, 2020 9:33 pm
earl the beaver wrote: Sat Sep 05, 2020 9:25 pm Has a Scottish side ever lost when the ref wasn't bent Malky?
Still laughing at you ...you inadequate little nonentity.
You know fine well you got away with that given the paucity of your involvement during the game. If Ulster had suffered that ineptitude in the 2nd half you would have about 20 posts.
Of course you are not noticing any difference watching rugby in the current environment - armchair rugby.
Taking it well I see
That’s a shame it was a good game that could have gone either way
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malky wrote: Sat Sep 05, 2020 9:33 pm
earl the beaver wrote: Sat Sep 05, 2020 9:25 pm Has a Scottish side ever lost when the ref wasn't bent Malky?
Still laughing at you ...you inadequate little nonentity.
You know fine well you got away with that given the paucity of your involvement during the game. If Ulster had suffered that ineptitude in the 2nd half you would have about 20 posts.
Of course you are not noticing any difference watching rugby in the current environment - armchair rugby.
You are a proper idiot and possibly the worst loser on the bored, the second the penalty went against Edinburgh you came on and blamed the ref, called him a cheat. Have some dignity.

As for Ulster they had loads of attacking play, loads of good positions and dropped the ball what, 16 times?

As mentioned you ignore that Ulster got penalised for collapsing a scrum where our front row were on their feet and Edinburgh on the deck 10m out from the line.
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malky wrote: Sat Sep 05, 2020 9:33 pm
earl the beaver wrote: Sat Sep 05, 2020 9:25 pm Has a Scottish side ever lost when the ref wasn't bent Malky?
Still laughing at you ...you inadequate little nonentity.
You know fine well you got away with that given the paucity of your involvement during the game. If Ulster had suffered that ineptitude in the 2nd half you would have about 20 posts.
Of course you are not noticing any difference watching rugby in the current environment - armchair rugby.
https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=lMvwEgb8_3Y
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Gilchrist could have tackled Lyttle on his try there if he had sprinted too.
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crouchy wrote: Sat Sep 05, 2020 9:26 pm Madigan nailed two absolute crackers.
Wouldn’t be the first time :nod:
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FidesEtRobur wrote: Sat Sep 05, 2020 9:40 pm
crouchy wrote: Sat Sep 05, 2020 9:26 pm Madigan nailed two absolute crackers.
Wouldn’t be the first time :nod:
Ehhh wanna be careful about these type of jokes out Ulster way
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earl the beaver wrote: Sat Sep 05, 2020 9:36 pm
malky wrote: Sat Sep 05, 2020 9:33 pm
earl the beaver wrote: Sat Sep 05, 2020 9:25 pm Has a Scottish side ever lost when the ref wasn't bent Malky?
Still laughing at you ...you inadequate little nonentity.
You know fine well you got away with that given the paucity of your involvement during the game. If Ulster had suffered that ineptitude in the 2nd half you would have about 20 posts.
Of course you are not noticing any difference watching rugby in the current environment - armchair rugby.
You are a proper idiot and possibly the worst loser on the bored, the second the penalty went against Edinburgh you came on and blamed the ref, called him a cheat. Have some dignity.

As for Ulster they had loads of attacking play, loads of good positions and dropped the ball what, 16 times?

As mentioned you ignore that Ulster got penalised for collapsing a scrum where our front row were on their feet and Edinburgh on the deck 10m out from the line.
As always you are talking drivel.
Why Nigel Owens or another ref from wales or Italy was not in charge who knows?
Owens would have yelled ‘you’re holding him in’ on at least one if not both of the Gilchrist pens.
You know that, as you’ve railed about the same thing yourself in the past.
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As I said an idiot, with all the class of 10 dollar whore
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earl the beaver wrote: Sat Sep 05, 2020 9:54 pm As I said an idiot, with all the class of 10 dollar whore
Goodnight you inadequate little armchair 'expert' - look forward to your balanced assessment next week.
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malky wrote: Sat Sep 05, 2020 9:58 pm
earl the beaver wrote: Sat Sep 05, 2020 9:54 pm As I said an idiot, with all the class of 10 dollar whore
Goodnight you inadequate little armchair 'expert' - look forward to your balanced assessment next week.
Unlike you I still fùcking play rugby.

You have embarrassed yourself here.
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nardol wrote: Sat Sep 05, 2020 9:31 pm FFS

Watching this?

First people up to hug the dawg at whistle


Cooney, Moore, McGrath and Jordi :|
That... wasn’t even true. :?:
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Jesus Malky, that's some top class whinging. You're a proper little sore loser aren't you.

Was a cracking match, well done both teams. Certainly a he'll of a lot better than the dirge served up last night. Gutted for Edinburgh
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I don’t what’s more hilariously bad; Ulster’s first half performance or Malky’s performance on this thread?

Ulster were f**king hopeless tbf, but Malky is taking embarrassing to a whole new level here :lol:
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Jim Lahey wrote: Sat Sep 05, 2020 10:53 pm I don’t what’s more hilariously bad; Ulster’s first half performance or Malky’s performance on this thread?

Ulster were f**king hopeless tbf, but Malky is taking embarrassing to a whole new level here :lol:
Ulster only let in 5 points in the first half.............................
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Edinburgh made the most of their chances in our half and 22, if we were as clinical it would have been embarrassing for Edinburgh. Thought we dominated the game possession/territory wise but apparently haven't worked on their hands since lockdown.
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Great match - well done ulster and commiserations Edinburgh .... I think you guys ran out of steam badly in the second half

Gilchtist pennos May have been harsh (well the second one anyway) but Murphy let Edinburgh cheat at will at scrum and maul all fvcking night ..... I hope to god he's not reffing the final

Stockdale had a real curates egg but I thought it was lowry who really swung the pendulum with his running from full back, while Jacob looked much more assured once he went back to the wing

That (enforced?) change seemed to set ulster free, and Edinburgh couldn't cope with ulster attack in the second half .... especially down the blindside

As for malky ...... what a fvcking gobshite :lol: :lol:
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Edinburgh will learn from that though. It was a classic new semi finalist.

Shot the full quiver in the first 20 and then tried to sit back.
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Not sure anyone commented on it and it wasn't picked up by any of the officials at the time, but Marty Moore copped a deliberate elbow to the face at one point, that I suspect the citing officer will be looking at .....
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Can't f**king wait to see which Irish ref they pick to do the final - if they pick a neutral that will beggar belief.
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You are embarrassing yourself, have a bit of dignity.
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malky wrote: Sat Sep 05, 2020 9:20 pm Well played Frank
All Ireland final
f**king cheat
Work that one up yer bangle wee man.
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malky wrote: Sat Sep 05, 2020 11:54 pm Can't f**king wait to see which Irish ref they pick to do the final - if they pick a neutral that will beggar belief.
A visiting ref will have to self isolate for 14 days if they come to Dublin (You might have heard of covid?), so the ref will either be Murphy or Brace.

I think Murphy might have to self isolate now upon his return to Ireland ?

Anyway, that's all beside the point ....... which is the fact that you are a gobshite of the highest order
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Clancy not available?
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Leinsterman wrote: Sun Sep 06, 2020 12:00 am Clancy not available?
Hopefully fcuking not.
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rfurlong wrote: Sat Sep 05, 2020 11:52 pm Not sure anyone commented on it and it wasn't picked up by any of the officials at the time, but Marty Moore copped a deliberate elbow to the face at one point, that I suspect the citing officer will be looking at .....
Didn't see anything ....... hopefully those that assess the performance of refs will also be 'looking at.............'

Interesting that those that were getting a little bit worked up over 'Frank' in the last couple of weeks are strangely silent - the hypocrisy is astonishing.
Irish armchair rugby at its finest.
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Brace again? Fúcking great
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Malky must be some craic on a night out.
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Jim Lahey wrote: Sun Sep 06, 2020 12:08 am Malky must be some craic on a night out.
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'The words Clancy, Murphy and High Performance don’t belong in the same sentence.'

This was you 6 days ago - what's changed Jim?
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malky wrote: Sun Sep 06, 2020 12:04 am
rfurlong wrote: Sat Sep 05, 2020 11:52 pm Not sure anyone commented on it and it wasn't picked up by any of the officials at the time, but Marty Moore copped a deliberate elbow to the face at one point, that I suspect the citing officer will be looking at .....
Didn't see anything ....... hopefully those that assess the performance of refs will also be 'looking at.............'

Interesting that those that were getting a little bit worked up over 'Frank' in the last couple of weeks are strangely silent - the hypocrisy is astonishing.
Irish armchair rugby at its finest.
I'm sure you have your knickers in such a twist that you can't see the TV through the salty tears, but have a look at the final knock on penalty.

Frank Murphy didn't see it and it was actually the Scottish touch judge who got in Murphy's ear to get the knock on upgraded to a penalty ...... Murphy initially awarded a scrum

You thundering gobshite
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