Zebre at home, 23 Oct. 19:35

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Re: Zebre at home, 23 Oct. 19:35

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cormac wrote:
Laighin Break wrote:
October 23rd, 2020, 8:33 pm
Ruddock and Murphy really getting stuck in, and JOB's kicking is quality.
In every replay I thought it was fairly clear that the Zebre 19 made contact with Molony's eye - I'm surprised they didn't freeze frame it at the last contact, where it was clearest. That said, Ross didn't make much of a deal of it, didn't appeal to ref or touchjudge, so maybe I'm wrong.
Don't think he gouged him but there definitely appeared to be contact with the eye area.
Yup and anywhere near the eyes has been a red card for about a decade now.

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Re: Zebre at home, 23 Oct. 19:35

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I'd be sticking in Dunne and Milne and getting Toner/Dooley off.

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Re: Zebre at home, 23 Oct. 19:35

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JOB again

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Re: Zebre at home, 23 Oct. 19:35

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Get Dunne/Milne on.

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Re: Zebre at home, 23 Oct. 19:35

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Ruddock dressed up a week early as his hero Dev Toner.

I think he looks great.
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Rhys is immense

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Re: Zebre at home, 23 Oct. 19:35

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Leavy on at 8?

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Re: Zebre at home, 23 Oct. 19:35

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Re: Zebre at home, 23 Oct. 19:35

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Great to see Dan out there..........and it already looks like he's picked up some bruises.

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Re: Zebre at home, 23 Oct. 19:35

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Strange without the cards, I wonder will world rugby keep this after the trial.
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Re: Zebre at home, 23 Oct. 19:35

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Leavy playing 8.

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Re: Zebre at home, 23 Oct. 19:35

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This league is getting a bit futile now.

39 points and 24 mins left. What's the point really?

Doesn't help us when it gets to the big games.

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Re: Zebre at home, 23 Oct. 19:35

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Jaysus
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Re: Zebre at home, 23 Oct. 19:35

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Fair f@cks to Ciaran Parker

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Re: Zebre at home, 23 Oct. 19:35

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not sure how a leinster fan couldn't enjoy this.. especially given leavys return.

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Re: Zebre at home, 23 Oct. 19:35

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Class line from Parker!

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Re: Zebre at home, 23 Oct. 19:35

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mildlyinterested wrote:
October 23rd, 2020, 8:54 pm
not sure how a leinster fan couldn't enjoy this.. especially given leavys return.
I hope that's aimed at me Bayern/GG/MI?

I didn't say I wasn't enjoying it did it?!

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Re: Zebre at home, 23 Oct. 19:35

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Lovely.
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Re: Zebre at home, 23 Oct. 19:35

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Tommy O’Brien has definitely been cutting his own hair during this pandemic. Shocking stuff.

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Re: Zebre at home, 23 Oct. 19:35

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Jimmy O Brien is a serious baller. Deserves a shot at a higher level.

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