End of season depth chart

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Re: End of season depth chart

Post by allezlesverres »

pip14 wrote: Thu Jun 16, 2022 10:42 pm Best Back three for Ulster would be

Lowry would start and Addison if fit would be a natural bench option (he covers 11, 13, 14, 15 and has covered 10 as well). Lowry has more than earned his spot.

The thought of vintage Jacob and Baloucoune on the pitch at the same time is incredible. Defending teams wouldn't have a clue what to do with 2 outstanding threats on either side. Also, imagine having Jacob's clearing kicks back on the pitch. That's one of the areas where we have most keenly felt his loss because no one else on the team can kick the ball more than about 20 yards.
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Re: End of season depth chart

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Addison and doak gives you the option of going with a 6/2 split with our upcoming strength in depth in the pack. In all seriousness though if we ever got to the stage of having 14 forwards capable of playing to a sufficient level it would offset the need to flog certain individuals for so long each game and give us some impetus in the last 20 mins which has been pointed out as a serious weakness.

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