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Re: Brive 2018/19

Post by Shan » Thu Feb 21, 2019 9:36 pm

damianmcr wrote:Olding not in the 23 again
Maybe they have realised it is not fair to play a world class player in the second division. :D
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Re: Brive 2018/19

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Re: Brive 2018/19

Post by damianmcr » Thu Mar 21, 2019 11:12 pm

Brive beat Nevers tonight. Olding with the kick to win it.

Brive are currently top but sure theres still other fixtures to play.

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Re: Brive 2018/19

Post by UlsterNo9 » Sun Apr 28, 2019 2:19 pm

Brive beat 2nd placed Oyonnax to go four points clear at the top of D2 with a home game versus 3rd placed Bayonne to complete the regular season.

Rory Scholes from these shores played full back in the win versus Oyonnax.

Both promotion places to the Top 14 are determined by play-offs, with the winner of the Pro D2 play-offs earning promotion and the runner-up playing the second-from-bottom Top 14 team for the next season's final Top 14 place.
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Re: Brive 2018/19

Post by Jackie Brown » Sun Apr 28, 2019 2:53 pm

Great news, anyword on PJ and were he is going next year?

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Re: Brive 2018/19

Post by UlsterNo9 » Sun Apr 28, 2019 3:21 pm

Jackie Brown wrote:Great news, anyword on PJ and were he is going next year?

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Heavily linked to London Irish, I don't think it can be officially announced yet as Perpignan have to be officially relegated in order to activate the release clause in his current contract with them.

The Not Nots are putting together some squad for next season Sean O'Brien, Waisake Naholo, Adam Coleman, Nick Phipps and Curtis Rona either signed or due to sign.
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Post by Neill_M » Sun Apr 28, 2019 3:35 pm

UlsterNo9 wrote:
Jackie Brown wrote:Great news, anyword on PJ and were he is going next year?

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Heavily linked to London Irish, I don't think it can be officially announced yet as Perpignan have to be officially relegated in order to activate the release clause in his current contract with them.

The Not Nots are putting together some squad for next season Sean O'Brien, Waisake Naholo, Adam Coleman, Nick Phipps and Curtis Rona either signed or due to sign.
Perpignan officially relegated now. 16 points behind 13th with only 3 games left.

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Re: Brive 2018/19

Post by Neill_M » Sun Apr 28, 2019 3:39 pm

UlsterNo9 wrote:Brive beat 2nd placed Oyonnax to go four points clear at the top of D2 with a home game versus 3rd placed Bayonne to complete the regular season.

Rory Scholes from these shores played full back in the win versus Oyonnax.

Both promotion places to the Top 14 are determined by play-offs, with the winner of the Pro D2 play-offs earning promotion and the runner-up playing the second-from-bottom Top 14 team for the next season's final Top 14 place.
Brive need max 1 point v Bayonne next week to get a home semi final and skip the “Quarter Final” round of the barrage. Final played at neutral venue (Pau this year) on Sun May 26. Loser of the final has home advantage v 13th in T14, currently Grenoble but may still be Agen.

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Re: Brive 2018/19

Post by big mervyn » Sun Apr 28, 2019 4:02 pm

Neill_M wrote:
UlsterNo9 wrote:Brive beat 2nd placed Oyonnax to go four points clear at the top of D2 with a home game versus 3rd placed Bayonne to complete the regular season.

Rory Scholes from these shores played full back in the win versus Oyonnax.

Both promotion places to the Top 14 are determined by play-offs, with the winner of the Pro D2 play-offs earning promotion and the runner-up playing the second-from-bottom Top 14 team for the next season's final Top 14 place.
Brive need max 1 point v Bayonne next week to get a home semi final and skip the “Quarter Final” round of the barrage. Final played at neutral venue (Pau this year) on Sun May 26. Loser of the final has home advantage v 13th in T14, currently Grenoble but may still be Agen.
What a ballix, having to go through all that after a full season and topping the league :roll:
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Re: Brive 2018/19

Post by UlsterNo9 » Sun Apr 28, 2019 4:36 pm

big mervyn wrote:
Neill_M wrote:
UlsterNo9 wrote:Brive beat 2nd placed Oyonnax to go four points clear at the top of D2 with a home game versus 3rd placed Bayonne to complete the regular season.

Rory Scholes from these shores played full back in the win versus Oyonnax.

Both promotion places to the Top 14 are determined by play-offs, with the winner of the Pro D2 play-offs earning promotion and the runner-up playing the second-from-bottom Top 14 team for the next season's final Top 14 place.
Brive need max 1 point v Bayonne next week to get a home semi final and skip the “Quarter Final” round of the barrage. Final played at neutral venue (Pau this year) on Sun May 26. Loser of the final has home advantage v 13th in T14, currently Grenoble but may still be Agen.
What a ballix, having to go through all that after a full season and topping the league :roll:
All very French, after a 30 game season. It's all about the money these days.
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Re: Brive 2018/19

Post by Dave » Sun Apr 28, 2019 4:48 pm

Jackie Brown wrote:Great news, anyword on PJ and were he is going next year?

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Not sure. People are clearly still very offended by a benign private message he sent two years ago.
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Re: Brive 2018/19

Post by kingofthehill » Sun Apr 28, 2019 4:56 pm

Dave wrote:
Jackie Brown wrote:Great news, anyword on PJ and were he is going next year?

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Not sure. People are clearly still very offended by a benign private message he sent two years ago.
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Re: Brive 2018/19

Post by Neill_M » Mon May 13, 2019 2:50 pm

Pro D2 Barrage Semi Finals (UK Time):

Sat 5:30pm Oyonnax v Bayonne
Sun 1:15pm Brive v Vannes

Final is in Pau on Sun week at 1pm. Loser gets 2nd chance in a playoff v Grenoble (13th T14). Pro D2 side has home advantage.

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