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

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Murphy has turned into a bit of a beast in the last 12 months
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Re: Zebre at home, 23 Oct. 19:35

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Ruddock is a class or two above this level. JOB looking good from 15 too.

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JOB looking v good.

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what a kick from JOB again.

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JOB Loves that corner

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

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Zebre 19 should be in trouble here
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Re: Zebre at home, 23 Oct. 19:35

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cormac wrote:
October 23rd, 2020, 8:07 pm
Zebre 19 should be in trouble here
Definitely should have been in trouble.
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He bottled that.
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quality try

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

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Wow Dave Kearney that was delicious

Some of the worse tackling I've ever seen.., but still! :D

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Not sure if it was Murray Kinsella or someone else that posted pretty much the same move by Otago(?) earlier today.
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Re: Zebre at home, 23 Oct. 19:35

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great work by JOB.

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limecat wrote:
October 23rd, 2020, 8:12 pm
Not sure if it was Murray Kinsella or someone else that posted pretty much the same move by Otago(?) earlier today.
https://twitter.com/Murray_Kinsella/sta ... 67777?s=20
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Re: Zebre at home, 23 Oct. 19:35

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Luke M has been class. I know it's below par opposition but I really wish he could pull out these performances in bigger games.

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

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Ruddock, JOB, Sheehan and Luke some clear standouts for me.

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

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Very good first half with Ruddock and JOB excelling. Luke McG has been very good as well, keeping the game moving at a good lick.
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Very happy, not flawless but a great tonic. Looking forward to the second half...COYBIB!

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

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It's enjoyable to watch for us but Zebre are pretty bloody poor. Luke and Rhys look way above this level.

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

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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.

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

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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.
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