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Six Nations week 2

Postby rumncoke » Sun Feb 07, 2016 6:11 pm

Too ensure that all matches and non relevant comments for week 2 are in 1 place


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Re: Six Nations week 2

Postby Neill_M » Sun Feb 07, 2016 6:16 pm

Ireland first up next week v France (2:25pm ko) - short turnaround after a physical game. The fitness report on Monday morning will be interesting.
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Re: Six Nations week 2

Postby Russ » Sun Feb 07, 2016 6:26 pm

Ireland to get humped in Paris
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Re: Six Nations week 2

Postby Rovi Snave » Sun Feb 07, 2016 6:31 pm

Ireland to win in Paris :cheers:
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Re: Six Nations week 2

Postby Deraless » Sun Feb 07, 2016 6:32 pm

Russ wrote:Ireland to get humped in Paris

Think most of the travelling fans (excepting all UAFC posters obv) will be planning on it. Valentine's weekend and all that.
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Re: Six Nations week 2

Postby Dave » Sun Feb 07, 2016 6:51 pm

Deraless wrote:
Russ wrote:Ireland to get humped in Paris

Think most of the travelling fans (excepting all UAFC posters obv) will be planning on it. Valentine's weekend and all that.

Live blog anyone?
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Re: Six Nations week 2

Postby BaggyTrousers » Sun Feb 07, 2016 7:12 pm

Once a Knight wrote:
Deraless wrote:
Russ wrote:Ireland to get humped in Paris

Think most of the travelling fans (excepting all UAFC posters obv) will be planning on it. Valentine's weekend and all that.


Sorry, seriously, for one minute do you think I'm spending Valentines night in Paris! :shock:


Yeah ...........Paris eh?????? ........................ pffffffffffffff so unromantic better of in Cookstown or even Lurgan. :roll:
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Re: Six Nations week 2

Postby Russ » Sun Feb 07, 2016 7:13 pm

BaggyTrousers wrote:
Once a Knight wrote:
Deraless wrote:
Russ wrote:Ireland to get humped in Paris

Think most of the travelling fans (excepting all UAFC posters obv) will be planning on it. Valentine's weekend and all that.


Sorry, seriously, for one minute do you think I'm spending Valentines night in Paris! :shock:


Yeah ...........Paris eh?????? ........................ pffffffffffffff so unromantic better of in Cookstown or even Lurgan. :roll:

Do you reckon there are more dangerous radicals in Paris or Lurgan?
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Re: Six Nations week 2

Postby BaggyTrousers » Sun Feb 07, 2016 7:22 pm

Russ wrote:
BaggyTrousers wrote:
Once a Knight wrote:
Deraless wrote:
Russ wrote:Ireland to get humped in Paris

Think most of the travelling fans (excepting all UAFC posters obv) will be planning on it. Valentine's weekend and all that.


Sorry, seriously, for one minute do you think I'm spending Valentines night in Paris! :shock:


Yeah ...........Paris eh?????? ........................ pffffffffffffff so unromantic better of in Cookstown or even Lurgan. :roll:

Do you reckon there are more dangerous radicals in Paris or Lurgan?


Flip a coin ..........worked for Hilary. :thumleft:
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Re: Six Nations week 2

Postby Neill_M » Sun Feb 07, 2016 11:33 pm

Sat 13th Feb
France Ireland 2:25pm (UK Time) Jaco Peyper BBC
Wales Scotland 4:50pm George Clownshoes BBC

Sun 14th Feb
Italy England 2:00pm (UK Time) Glen Jackson ITV
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Re: Six Nations week 2

Postby Spiffsson » Mon Feb 08, 2016 12:28 am

BaggyTrousers wrote:
Once a Knight wrote:
Deraless wrote:
Russ wrote:Ireland to get humped in Paris

Think most of the travelling fans (excepting all UAFC posters obv) will be planning on it. Valentine's weekend and all that.


Sorry, seriously, for one minute do you think I'm spending Valentines night in Paris! :shock:


Yeah ...........Paris eh?????? ........................ pffffffffffffff so unromantic better of in Cookstown or even Lurgan. :roll:


Cookstown? Lurgan? What about the City of Light (yes - just the wan) - Cullybackey?
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Re: Six Nations week 2

Postby justinr73 » Mon Feb 08, 2016 2:14 pm

Once a Knight wrote:
Deraless wrote:
Russ wrote:Ireland to get humped in Paris

Think most of the travelling fans (excepting all UAFC posters obv) will be planning on it. Valentine's weekend and all that.


Sorry, seriously, for one minute do you think I'm spending Valentines night in Paris! :shock:[/q8

Arrive at 12 and leave at 8 - no time for humping >burp
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Re: Six Nations week 2

Postby Neill_M » Tue Feb 09, 2016 6:44 pm

McFadden added to squad. Earls undergoing RTPP.

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Re: Six Nations week 2

Postby Neill_M » Thu Feb 11, 2016 11:48 am

French 23 for Sat

1- POIROT Jefferson 2- GUIRADO Guilhem (c) 3- ATONIO Uini 4- FLANQUART Alexandre 5- MAESTRI Yoann 6- LAURET Wenceslas 7- CAMARA Yacouba 8- CHOULY Damien 9- BEZY Sébastien 10- PLISSON Jules 11- VAKATAWA Virimi 12- DANTY Jonathan 13- MERMOZ Maxime 14- THOMAS Teddy 15- MEDARD Maxime

16- CHAT Camille 17- SLIMANI Rabah 18- BEN AROUS Eddy 19- JEDRASIAK Paul 20- GOUJON Loann 21- MACHENAUD Maxime 22- DOUSSAIN Jean-Marc 23- BONNEVAL Hugo

Les Bleus won their opening game against Italy 23-21 but Novès is without the injured Louis Picamoles and Gaël Fickou, who misses out for personal reasons.

They are replaced by Yacouba Camara, with Damien Chouly shifting to No.8, while Maxime Mermoz replaces Fickou in the centres. There is one other change in the backline, as Teddy Thomas comes onto the wing for Hugo Bonneval, who drops down to the bench. Most of the changes come in the backs though Noves has also opted to replace both props, Eddy Ben Arous and Rabah Slimani, with Jefferson Poirot and Uini Atonio starting in their place. The final change sees Alexandre Flanquart start ahead of Paul Jedrasiak in the second row.
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Re: Six Nations week 2

Postby BaggyTrousers » Thu Feb 11, 2016 12:00 pm

That lot couldn't bate eggs, if Ireland don't win Fibber must go. Rather a shame to see France reduced to this sort of a rabble. I see a parallel between Guy Noves & Gar Jenkins.
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