Leinster v Ulster Friday 19.35

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riocard911
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Re: Leinster v Ulster Friday 19.35

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Dave Cahill wrote:
blockhead wrote:
Dave Cahill wrote:A friend of mine once had a multi page thread on mf.com entirely composed of his various accounts arguing with each other
Can't be johng because, well let's face it, he couldn't be boverred.
Must be the other lad, Jason.
twas neither! I have more than two friends*




*may not be accurate
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Oldschool
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Re: Leinster v Ulster Friday 19.35

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Wasn't at the match.
Watched the recording the next day with a very sore head.
So I'd just like to wish Mr Clancy a very Merry Christmas and a very heavy hangover.
However if I'm being fair, 30 mins into the game it looked like it was all over and the benefits of a bit of distraction was about to disappear.
Enter Mr Clancy and congratulations to him for turning what was about to be a damp squib into quite an entertaining further 50 mins of play.
Firstly Ulster's chase for a TBP then the effort to close the gap to gain a LBP.
On balance I would give Mr Clancy, sir, a pass.
Not his worst performance.
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Re: Leinster v Ulster Friday 19.35

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Oldschool wrote:Wasn't at the match.
Watched the recording the next day with a very sore head.
So I'd just like to wish Mr Clancy a very Merry Christmas and a very heavy hangover.
However if I'm being fair, 30 mins into the game it looked like it was all over and the benefits of a bit of distraction was about to disappear.
Enter Mr Clancy and congratulations to him for turning what was about to be a damp squib into quite an entertaining further 50 mins of play.
Firstly Ulster's chase for a TBP then the effort to close the gap to gain a LBP.
On balance I would give Mr Clancy, sir, a pass.
Not his worst performance.
Well that’s true- but given his regular standards it could still be a terrible performance and not be his worst...


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