Ulster v Leinster Sat Apr 27th 5:15pm

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Re: Ulster v Leinster Sat Apr 27th 5:15pm

Post by jean valjean » Sat Apr 27, 2019 6:35 pm

How many penalties before the yellow? I counted maybe 7-8.

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Post by Lurgan Lad » Sat Apr 27, 2019 6:36 pm

The amount of penalties and double penalties Leinster are giving away and only finally a yellow now is incredible. Also if someone is offside under the posts on the line how is it not a penalty try? Clandy doing us few favours.

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Re: Ulster v Leinster Sat Apr 27th 5:15pm

Post by Dave » Sat Apr 27, 2019 6:39 pm

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Post by Lurgan Lad » Sat Apr 27, 2019 7:14 pm

Can't complain about beating Leinster, we showed a lot of heart and it probably was a 50:50 game. The point we were lucky at I thought was winning the scrum penalty in front of our posts with a couple of minutes to go.
Stewart seems to have figured out he needs protection to stop his kicks getting charged down. Next thing he needs to learn is game management, at the end he was getting the ball out of already won rucks too quickly, Clancy wasn't even close to saying use it.
Their full back looked quite good, certainly when you see all their young forwards coming through they are in a great place.

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Post by jean valjean » Sat Apr 27, 2019 7:15 pm

Nice win which will do wonders for training this week before the big one. Thought rea was very good and the scrum got on top after the subs. Nagle deserves a contract, he will be 5th choice next year but with injuries will likely be in several match squads. Just because we bring in frontliners doesn't mean we can afford to lose our depth.

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Post by fermain » Sat Apr 27, 2019 7:29 pm

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Post by launish116 » Sat Apr 27, 2019 7:34 pm

jean valjean wrote:Nice win which will do wonders for training this week before the big one. Thought rea was very good and the scrum got on top after the subs. Nagle deserves a contract, he will be 5th choice next year but with injuries will likely be in several match squads. Just because we bring in frontliners doesn't mean we can afford to lose our depth.

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Couldn't agree more, get Nagle re-signed!

Fair play to Marcus Rea, was worried he was brought on to early and wouldn't have the conditioning for rest of the match. He played out of his teeth.

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Re: Ulster v Leinster Sat Apr 27th 5:15pm

Post by kingofthehill » Sat Apr 27, 2019 7:46 pm

Lurgan Lad wrote:Can't complain about beating Leinster, we showed a lot of heart and it probably was a 50:50 game. The point we were lucky at I thought was winning the scrum penalty in front of our posts with a couple of minutes to go.
Stewart seems to have figured out he needs protection to stop his kicks getting charged down. Next thing he needs to learn is game management, at the end he was getting the ball out of already won rucks too quickly, Clancy wasn't even close to saying use it.
Their full back looked quite good, certainly when you see all their young forwards coming through they are in a great place.
Pretty sure one of his box kicks was touched,nearly charged down.


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Re: Ulster v Leinster Sat Apr 27th 5:15pm

Post by Aird » Sat Apr 27, 2019 8:34 pm

Not a classic match but a great result. Once again Dans policy of fighting for every inch has come through again. Probably helped by a few Leinster men wanting to make a point.
As they say here in the North who ever sold Tomaine to Leinster must have seen them coming. For an overseas player with 17 Caps for Australia he did not count, find it hard to believe that he justifies a place ahead of a provincial academy player.
Thought our young squad did well especially in the front row where I felt they had the upper hand.
The second try at the Aquinas end came about by sheer-hard graft and determination.

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Post by Jackie Brown » Sat Apr 27, 2019 8:57 pm

The final of the Champions Cup will be good crack, with both teams 2yds offside constantly.

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Post by jean valjean » Sat Apr 27, 2019 9:42 pm

Jackie Brown wrote:The final of the Champions Cup will be good crack, with both teams 2yds offside constantly.

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I'd like to see the 9 dummy pass again. Most penalties for offside are now given for the defence pre-empting the pass and shooting up before failing to retreat. I realise the game is all about quick ball now, but it is a double edged sword especially when playing off 9.

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Post by Deraless » Sat Apr 27, 2019 10:37 pm

Flabbergasted at the McFadden stitch. Touch judge flagged for it. I couldn't work out what they were looking for on the big screen cos I was miles away and looking at the ruck. But if he gave a penalty then that is a red all day, all night and the next day too. People get red carded "by the letter of the law". That was blatant.

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Post by kingofthehill » Sat Apr 27, 2019 10:40 pm

Deraless wrote:Flabbergasted at the McFadden stitch. Touch judge flagged for it. I couldn't work out what they were looking for on the big screen cos I was miles away and looking at the ruck. But if he gave a penalty then that is a red all day, all night and the next day too. People get red carded "by the letter of the law". That was blatant.

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He’s been cited.


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Post by Deraless » Sat Apr 27, 2019 10:43 pm

kingofthehill wrote:
Deraless wrote:Flabbergasted at the McFadden stitch. Touch judge flagged for it. I couldn't work out what they were looking for on the big screen cos I was miles away and looking at the ruck. But if he gave a penalty then that is a red all day, all night and the next day too. People get red carded "by the letter of the law". That was blatant.

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Proper order. Just as well that try he scored after he should have been off didn't win them the game.

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Re: Ulster v Leinster Sat Apr 27th 5:15pm

Post by Jackie Brown » Sat Apr 27, 2019 10:43 pm

kingofthehill wrote:
Deraless wrote:Flabbergasted at the McFadden stitch. Touch judge flagged for it. I couldn't work out what they were looking for on the big screen cos I was miles away and looking at the ruck. But if he gave a penalty then that is a red all day, all night and the next day too. People get red carded "by the letter of the law". That was blatant.

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He’s been cited.


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Good, didn't think they cited in Interpros. If it was a penalty it was a red, otherwise what was it a penalty for? Clanger Clancy strikes again!

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