Ireland v France 11/10/2015

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Re: Ireland v France 11/10/2015

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Well the Madigan debate ends now - one way or another
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Aaaaaaaaarrrrrrrggggghhhhhhh ...

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I'm just glad Stuart Barnes is there to tell us the obvious.

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Jamie he's slip getting away with murder there on the floor

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Oldschoolsocks wrote:Jamie he's slip getting away with murder there on the floor
You make it sound like you don't approve.
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As they say in donnybrook Merde

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Oldschool wrote:
Oldschoolsocks wrote:Jamie he's slip getting away with murder there on the floor
You make it sound like you don't approve.
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Good shift by Earls, shame about dropped pass when through, but I'll forgive it given the mood I'm in

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Bit harsh on high tackle, parra was ducking donw

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Henderson's a feicin beast

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Henshaw man of the match for me

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Earls has had a brilliant game tbh.
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SOB is back to 2011 form and Madigan was outstanding. Great performance.

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Thought Jamie was MOTM but can't really argue with SOB. Some sensational performances in there, amazing stuff. Delighted for Madser!
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Dave Cahill wrote:Well the Madigan debate ends now - one way or another

Good. I was bored with it. He's a 10.

Great shot of him in tears at the end.
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Very enjoyable after Matt Williams's particularly irritating column yesterday. France (esp M Parra) stuffed.
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That was a proper batin' we gave france.
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I think POC and POM are out, looking at the mechanism of injury.

What a game by all 23 players today. We have the depth to go on now.
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Re: Ireland v France 11/10/2015

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That second half might've been the most impressive I've seen from Ireland. It was incredible they way they shoved the French pack around


I'm already not confident about next week though. It looks like we'll be missing O'Connell, O'Brien, O'Mahoney and Sexton. Jesus, I envy Wales.

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Re: Ireland v France 11/10/2015

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Very stupid from sob, he will be a massive loss, especially if you add him to the other back five forwards likely to be missing.

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