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Re: Ulster v Leinster Sat 29th 19:35

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Logorrhea wrote:
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Anyone have a stream they could send via PM?
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Re: Ulster v Leinster Sat 29th 19:35

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Beeeeautiful stuff from Frawley.

What did I say about the kick attack...

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blockhead wrote:
August 29th, 2020, 7:24 pm
vipleague usually aint too bad, some once told me

Cheers, first link on this site is working well for me so far.

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Re: Ulster v Leinster Sat 29th 19:35

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Frawley having a cracker in every respect, his all round game looks really good. Love how he was the one to collect his chip through earlier.

JGP needed a big game and he’s having one, been really strong defensively and very lively in general.

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Re: Ulster v Leinster Sat 29th 19:35

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Is Clancy trolling, calling us 'red'?

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Re: Ulster v Leinster Sat 29th 19:35

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JGP looks really up for it. Sharp kicking and has put in some big hits. Really good performance.

Byrne & Frawley looking really slick together in attack. The latter in particular has had some lovely touches. The kicking variety has been great.

I really think Ross could benefit hugely from our newfound love of attacking kickinig!

Josh M has been v. powerful. He's just such a belt and braces player. Hits hard, rucks like a demon and carries dirty ball well. Gave away that pen and had a big maul turnover to get it back.

Deegan has done well too. He'll be a big turnover threat with these new law interpretations.

Cooney having an absolute mare for Ulster.

All good for us so far. I think the respective benches will even it up so hopefully we have enough to hold on.

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Re: Ulster v Leinster Sat 29th 19:35

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Good stuff - playing well but within ourselves. The pack are fronting up big time and not giving Ulster a foothold whatsoever. Josh Murphy has particularly impressed me
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Re: Ulster v Leinster Sat 29th 19:35

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We’ve been impressive and in almost complete control but I’d like to see more from our back three. The wings especially have barely been involved with ball in hand.

Ulster have been awful. You’d swear we were the ones who had a run out last week and it almost looks like they’re holding back moves.

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Re: Ulster v Leinster Sat 29th 19:35

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The set-piece move we used from a scrum in our own half that ended with a Kelleher kick in behind was beautiful. Haven't seen that shape before.

Frawley with the out the back pass which created space on the outside.

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LeRouxIsPHat wrote:
August 29th, 2020, 8:21 pm
Ulster have been awful. You’d swear we were the ones who had a run out last week and it almost looks like they’re holding back moves.
They are saving the moves for next week. So we can have an all Ireland final. (Presuming Munster can get a draw or better with Connacht)

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Re: Ulster v Leinster Sat 29th 19:35

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Molony has made at least three tackles like that, he could do with getting lower.

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Re: Ulster v Leinster Sat 29th 19:35

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Some really poor pens being given away by our lads that we don't need to.

If we leave Ulster alone they'll make their own errors.

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Re: Ulster v Leinster Sat 29th 19:35

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I feel like every time McCloskey is talked up he puts in a poor performance.

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Re: Ulster v Leinster Sat 29th 19:35

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Why is Clancy calling advantage over so early for?

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wixfjord wrote:
August 29th, 2020, 8:50 pm
Why is Clancy calling advantage over so early for?
To paraphrase a friend of mine....

He is akin to excrement and has the knowledge that the aforementioned is correct.
Treat life like a dog: If you can't eat it, play with it, or hump it, p1$$ on it and walk away!

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Re: Ulster v Leinster Sat 29th 19:35

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Pens are absolutely killing us again.

This isn't over yet.

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Re: Ulster v Leinster Sat 29th 19:35

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Has Clarkson become the first leinster player born this millennium?

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Re: Ulster v Leinster Sat 29th 19:35

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Second half wasn't great from us.

The amount of pens is a bit of a worry. Surprised we haven't got our rucking technique right after last week.

Rob K was pretty anonymous. If we were looking for a performance to cement him at 15 for Sarries that wasn't it.

Some of our strike plays were very interesting. Trying to get Kelleher on the ball a lot, and he made a lot of yardage.

Milne & Osborne both looked good coming in. Lots of energy.

Great to get the regular season unbeaten. Well done chaps!

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Re: Ulster v Leinster Sat 29th 19:35

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johng wrote:
August 29th, 2020, 9:02 pm
Has Clarkson become the first leinster player born this millennium?
Yes
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Re: Ulster v Leinster Sat 29th 19:35

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Delighted for Ed Byrne. Big win as captain and he really contributed too.

Interesting to hear Jackman say during the game that whey they do leadership surveys in the camp he's always near the top.

Must be an impressive dude.

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