Home v Mexico

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Home v Mexico

Post by John_e_boy » Wed Apr 17, 2019 9:04 am

So with both teams firmly ensconced in the knock-out phases, we have a dead rubber to finish the league season. At home to Mexico.

What does the coaching staff for this game? With Leinster not having the quarter final 1 week later, they could, presumably, put out a pretty strong team. We however have to think about the game against Connacht 1 week later...

So fill it with academy and non-starters? Or go for gold and finish the season on absolute high?

I have to say, I'm glad I'm not a coach!

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Re: Home v Mexico

Post by big mervyn » Wed Apr 17, 2019 9:11 am

If I didn't have a ST, I wouldn't fork out 25 notes for this one.
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Re: Home v Mexico

Post by Neill_M » Wed Apr 17, 2019 9:16 am

:mexican: will send the 3rds. Their 1s will be playing v Toulouse on Sunday in the Heineken Cup Semi Finals. It is indeed a dead rubber, the only thing at stake is which conference Ulster and Leinster will be in for 2019/20. If there are 2 home wins in the inter pros in Round 21, then they stay in B, otherwise they shift to the harder looking A which does have a guaranteed weekend in Parma mind!

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