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The Murray Kinsella deserves his own Thread, thread.

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Handy place to post his consistently good analysis:
An analysis on Te'o's (?) performance in the semi last weekend
"It was Mrs O'Leary's cow"
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ahhh I just posted that in Ben Te'o thread :(

hes generally pretty good/accessible on twitter too, me and him got Bernard Jackman to promise to bring us over T14 sticker albums
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He's very good. Love his style.
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good piece up too on Van der Heever
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simonokeeffe wrote:ahhh I just posted that in Ben Te'o thread :(

hes generally pretty good/accessible on twitter too, me and him got Bernard Jackman to promise to bring us over T14 sticker albums
How did I miss that?

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Morf wrote:
simonokeeffe wrote:ahhh I just posted that in Ben Te'o thread :(

hes generally pretty good/accessible on twitter too, me and him got Bernard Jackman to promise to bring us over T14 sticker albums
How did I miss that?
the sticker album?

thescore also had a nice clip of Felon Armitage telling his skipper to f off when Hayman put his hand on his shoulder as ref lectured Armitage
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simonokeeffe wrote:
Morf wrote:
simonokeeffe wrote:ahhh I just posted that in Ben Te'o thread :(

hes generally pretty good/accessible on twitter too, me and him got Bernard Jackman to promise to bring us over T14 sticker albums
How did I miss that?
the sticker album?

thescore also had a nice clip of Felon Armitage telling his skipper to f off when Hayman put his hand on his shoulder as ref lectured Armitage
Yeah, I saw that actually.

So misunderstood.

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thescore.ie are also carrying whiff of cordite pieces now too which are good
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thescore.thejournal.ie/analysis-ireland-south-africa-rucks-1776408-Nov2014/?utm_source=shortlink
For some reason the link won't work.

Murray Kinsella does a "Ruck Marks" article for Ireland vs SA.

It's a bit different to the Moles one as he's marking who is getting there first. Hasn't got a graphic or a spread sheet yet. The moles one wouldn't suit the site but he does say at the end he's looking at finding a way and this will be feature going forward.

Unsurprisingly POC comes first with 36 involvements. Ruddock is second with 28 arrives 1st on 8 occasions(the most 1st in the team) but is ineffective 3 of those times

Nice gif of Zebo involved in 2 consecutive rucks. He was quiet to some extent, but we had feck all passes so he wouldn't have seen much of the ball. He did his chances no harm IMO.
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Ruddock's tackle stats consistently too low for me to be taken seriously as a Six Nations blindside..... Ruddock's defensive stats don't stack up. - All Blacks Nil, Jan 15th, 2014
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Murray Kinsella is a plagiarist b$&%@#d!!

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What?
"It was Mrs O'Leary's cow"
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