Ulsterboys V The Munstermen

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Re: Ulsterboys V The Munstermen

Post by againstthehead » Mon Jan 01, 2018 8:31 pm

Never in doubt!!! Fair play to Cave - big big performance.
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Re: Ulsterboys V The Munstermen

Post by Liz Fraser » Mon Jan 01, 2018 8:33 pm

The front row replacements changed the game as obviously the card did.
The two props in the first half were a disgrace.
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Post by Cockatrice » Mon Jan 01, 2018 8:33 pm

Told you why does no one listen... Kiss will see that as the reaction required unfortunately much came down to a yellow and red before things started to turn .. the change of props at half time helped and Deysels looks as if he is an injury waiting to happen..

Well done to Cave because he was dropped and only a last place replacement for a player who had been ill over Christmas..
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Re: Ulsterboys V The Munstermen

Post by Samstew » Mon Jan 01, 2018 8:34 pm

Front row changed at H/T and yellow card were pivotal, the red card was decisive.
RDS will be a whole different ball game, with another referee like tonight's, it will be a massacre.
A win no one seen coming at H/T.

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Re: Ulsterboys V The Munstermen

Post by Zed58 » Mon Jan 01, 2018 8:35 pm

Kiss's last good performance was in Waynes World !

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Post by Liz Fraser » Mon Jan 01, 2018 8:44 pm

Cockatrice wrote:Told you why does no one listen... Kiss will see that as the reaction required unfortunately much came down to a yellow and red before things started to turn .. the change of props at half time helped and Deysels looks as if he is an injury waiting to happen..

Well done to Cave because he was dropped and only a last place replacement for a player who had been ill over Christmas..
Don't worry big dish of reality is being prepared in Dublin.
The main lesson learned from this is that Rodney can never start again.
Horrendous performance not seen since certain Fijian props were signed post 99.

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Re: Ulsterboys V The Munstermen

Post by shamalicious » Mon Jan 01, 2018 8:48 pm

Liz Fraser wrote:
Cockatrice wrote:Told you why does no one listen... Kiss will see that as the reaction required unfortunately much came down to a yellow and red before things started to turn .. the change of props at half time helped and Deysels looks as if he is an injury waiting to happen..

Well done to Cave because he was dropped and only a last place replacement for a player who had been ill over Christmas..
Don't worry big dish of reality is being prepared in Dublin.
The main lesson learned from this is that Rodney can never start again.
Horrendous performance not seen since certain Fijian props were signed post 99.
One lazy, lazy player.

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Re: Ulsterboys V The Munstermen

Post by Shan » Mon Jan 01, 2018 8:48 pm

Munster handed a 17 point lead without really having to do anything due to simply woeful play from Ulster in the first half. Then when Ulster decided they wanted to play we had nothing and were deservedly beaten.

Oh and JJ cost Munster the game as much as anything else. Guy is hopeless as I have always said. He is almost as bad as GVDH. He should have f-cking stayed in England.

Fair play to the likes of Cave, Gilroy, Piautau and that young lad on the wing(sorry can't remember his name) Dangerous when they got a bit of ball. Our backs, with the exception of Wootton, just hate having the ball and kick it away as soon as they get it. If we didn't have an international standard pack we'd be at the bottom of the league.
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Post by Dublin4 » Mon Jan 01, 2018 8:51 pm

Didn't I tell you? You were always going to win this one. Oh ye of little faith.
Great second half and unlikely bonus point.
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Re: Ulsterboys V The Munstermen

Post by pg106 » Mon Jan 01, 2018 8:53 pm

Cave played a part in most of Ulster’s best passages of play. He showed passion. I was also very impressed with Lyttle, a well
taken try but beyond that he showed a willingness to do some of the hard graft, hitting rucks and making tackles.

Also, I’d like to see some of our players taking note of the support play that Cooney offers, always on the shoulder of a player when they make a line break.


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Re: Ulsterboys V The Munstermen

Post by Cockatrice » Mon Jan 01, 2018 8:54 pm

Liz Fraser wrote:
Cockatrice wrote:Told you why does no one listen... Kiss will see that as the reaction required unfortunately much came down to a yellow and red before things started to turn .. the change of props at half time helped and Deysels looks as if he is an injury waiting to happen..

Well done to Cave because he was dropped and only a last place replacement for a player who had been ill over Christmas..
Don't worry big dish of reality is being prepared in Dublin.
The main lesson learned from this is that Rodney can never start again.
Horrendous performance not seen since certain Fijian props were signed post 99.
Liz.. I said Rodney was a waste when he was signed and despite Rory’s assertion that he is amongst the best he has played with I remain of the same opinion.. I know next week will be different Munster sent their 2nds up on the bus immediately before the game and they were happy to try and steal it which they nearly did... I understand Kiss declared on TV that was the reaction needed to last weeks result... I still happen to think he is delusional.
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Re: Ulsterboys V The Munstermen

Post by Shan » Mon Jan 01, 2018 8:55 pm

Cooney is excellent. Ulster's best player this season. Should be second choice for Ireland.
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Re: Ulsterboys V The Munstermen

Post by Spiffsson » Mon Jan 01, 2018 9:07 pm

Don't want to get carried way after an abysmal first half performance, but fair play to a pretty makeshift Ulster pack for coming back at Munster in the second half. The Tornips had it in the bag and let it go with some really sloppy play. You can see how we've been missing Cave's midfield rugby intelligence. Great to see Lyttle absolutely scorching down the line for a classic winger's try with pace to burn. He put himself about the rest of the game too and is quite a tough little nut.

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Re: Ulsterboys V The Munstermen

Post by shamalicious » Mon Jan 01, 2018 9:08 pm

While it was great to see much more effort in the second half, if it wasn't for the yellow and red cards, we would have lost. The last try came from purely having extra numbers. Sadly Kiss will get a reprieve after tonight's win.

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Re: Ulsterboys V The Munstermen

Post by Liz Fraser » Mon Jan 01, 2018 9:11 pm

Cockatrice wrote:
Liz Fraser wrote:
Cockatrice wrote:Told you why does no one listen... Kiss will see that as the reaction required unfortunately much came down to a yellow and red before things started to turn .. the change of props at half time helped and Deysels looks as if he is an injury waiting to happen..

Well done to Cave because he was dropped and only a last place replacement for a player who had been ill over Christmas..
Don't worry big dish of reality is being prepared in Dublin.
The main lesson learned from this is that Rodney can never start again.
Horrendous performance not seen since certain Fijian props were signed post 99.
Liz.. I said Rodney was a waste when he was signed and despite Rory’s assertion that he is amongst the best he has played with I remain of the same opinion.. I know next week will be different Munster sent their 2nds up on the bus immediately before the game and they were happy to try and steal it which they nearly did... I understand Kiss declared on TV that was the reaction needed to last weeks result... I still happen to think he is delusional.
Totally agree Cockers he is completely delusional but people fall for it.
He didn't see the Connacht result coming after Quins reserves shredded our defence and it's going to be similar soundbites after we get stuffed by Leinster I'm afraid.

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