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Ulster V Connacht

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Re: Ulster V Connacht

Postby BR » Mon Oct 09, 2017 1:08 pm

rumncoke wrote:A question for all the geniuses on this board Identify the difference between jumping into a player and a no arms tackle regardless of the players intention, since the outcome is the same ?

Rum next time we meet, you jump into me and I will hit you with a no-arms 'tackle'. We'll then compare notes.
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Re: Ulster V Connacht

Postby BR » Mon Oct 09, 2017 1:13 pm

Neil F wrote: What did the damage in both cases was pivoting at the hip.


Or 'pulling out of the tackle' as we used to call it.
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Re: Ulster V Connacht

Postby big mervyn » Mon Oct 09, 2017 1:16 pm

BR wrote: I will hit you with a no-arms 'tackle'.

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Re: Ulster V Connacht

Postby Rooster » Mon Oct 09, 2017 1:46 pm

BaggyTrousers wrote:
222toHounslow wrote:Boogate seems to be deflecting from a pish poor Ulster performance.



Maybe for some, I recall the performance with something equating to horror, the first half was atrocious the second not a vast amount better. They did eventually decide defending matters and it was good for the period of 14 men.

Apart from a majestic piece of interplay from Chaz and Stockcube, we never created a fecking thing close to a try, no overlaps created, with Stockcube the only man to look like breaking the line.

Honourable mention goes to JC the Resurrection for another display of calm efficiency. He is also amongst our best defenders of an admittedly poor lot to date.
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Re: Ulster V Connacht

Postby justinr73 » Mon Oct 09, 2017 2:11 pm

I think we were fortunate that Connacht seemed to have largely forgotten about the brand of rugby that brought them the title.

Admittedly, our try came from one of the few occasions they actually went for it but Charlie was pretty lucky with the bounce.

I thought old Muldoon sounded so downbeat on the podcast last week that he was taking a leaf out of Les' underdog playbook.
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Re: Ulster V Connacht

Postby rumncoke » Mon Oct 09, 2017 4:51 pm

Baggy

The outcome is exactly the same the player is hit with either body or shoulder - the effect of the hit may differ

The hit wither early perfectly timed or late is still a hit and illegal and dangerous whether the player hit is injured or not .The danger is in the action which is why the how a player lands is a farcically bases of deciding which card to apply .




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Re: Ulster V Connacht

Postby BaggyTrousers » Mon Oct 09, 2017 5:11 pm

rumncoke wrote:Baggy

The outcome is exactly the same the player is hit with either body or shoulder - the effect of the hit may differ

The hit wither early perfectly timed or late is still a hit and illegal and dangerous whether the player hit is injured or not .The danger is in the action which is why the how a player lands is a farcically bases of deciding which card to apply .




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Re: Ulster V Connacht

Postby rumncoke » Mon Oct 09, 2017 5:52 pm

Don't boy me !!! That has racist implications .

But back to basics I assume you objection was the inclusion of the phase "the outcome is the same "
outcome in this instance did not include the effect but the result that the player is hit and not tackled as defined by the laws of the game which state the arms must be used .

Personally I believe the danger is in the area of the hit rather than in the nature very few players have been injured being hit
below the hips any injury being the result of how they fall.

A little example may clarify the situation a player advancing going is going to kick the ball a would be tackler jumps into the advancing player before the kick
is it a mistimed charge down or a no arms tackle.

It makes little difference to the guy carrying the ball he's on his back hit illegally .






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Re: Ulster V Connacht

Postby Dave » Mon Oct 09, 2017 6:56 pm

Ok, that's enough UAFC for today. Baggy has racially traumatised Rum. Close it down. FFS Baggy, why? Where do you find the time for racism? And is it because he is black?

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Re: Ulster V Connacht

Postby big mervyn » Mon Oct 09, 2017 8:06 pm

I'm taking a knee for Rum!
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Re: Ulster V Connacht

Postby Dave » Mon Oct 09, 2017 8:23 pm

big mervyn wrote:I'm taking a knee for Rum!
Was it a no arms tackle or just a reckless charge down?
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Re: Ulster V Connacht

Postby BR » Mon Oct 09, 2017 8:29 pm

big mervyn wrote:I'm taking a knee for Rum!

While I don't want to create a hierarchy of the deserving, would it not be better to take anything available for Marcel, in the first instance?
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Re: Ulster V Connacht

Postby BaggyTrousers » Mon Oct 09, 2017 10:25 pm

big mervyn wrote:I'm taking a knee for Rum!


I've not got any useable knees going spare so don't bloody try taking one, anyway Ron is clearly older than me, "Boy" racist? Maybe in the USFA, in Norn Iron? I've heard of boy racers, of course, boy racist? Nah, fu'cking grow up.
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Re: Ulster V Connacht

Postby Deraless » Mon Oct 09, 2017 10:59 pm

Mike Pence is flyin to Ravers for friday night now so he can be outraged at Merv.
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Re: Ulster V Connacht

Postby BaggyTrousers » Mon Oct 09, 2017 11:52 pm

Deraless wrote:Mike Pence is flyin to Ravers for friday night now so he can be outraged at Merv.


I have to go back to 1967 for a suitable word to describe Mike Pence, he is a wab.
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