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Dave Cahill wrote:Bears


Do they pay the bear tax?
Look out Itchy, he's Irish

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cormac wrote:
Dave Cahill wrote:Bears


Do they pay the bear tax?


It's unclear. I pay the Homer tax though.

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Gavin Cumisky reporting 2 weeks for Church
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Xanthippe wrote:Gavin Cumisky reporting 2 weeks for Church


Saw that and came here looking for another (more reliable) source.
Seems farcical based on the clip. I hope they appeal.

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Leinster confirm it's two weeks
Look out Itchy, he's Irish

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curates_egg wrote:
Xanthippe wrote:Gavin Cumisky reporting 2 weeks for Church


Saw that and came here looking for another (more reliable) source.
Seems farcical based on the clip. I hope they appeal.


Confirmed now by Leinster - if they appeal can he play on Sunday?
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2 weeks
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
England A 8 - 14 Ireland A, 25th Jan 2014
Ruddock(c) 19/2 Tackles

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cormac wrote:
Dave Cahill wrote:Bears


Do they pay the bear tax?

Let the women pay the bear tax!
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
England A 8 - 14 Ireland A, 25th Jan 2014
Ruddock(c) 19/2 Tackles

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Xanthippe wrote:
curates_egg wrote:
Xanthippe wrote:Gavin Cumisky reporting 2 weeks for Church


Saw that and came here looking for another (more reliable) source.
Seems farcical based on the clip. I hope they appeal.


Confirmed now by Leinster - if they appeal can he play on Sunday?


Drat. Previous appeals have come with requests to lift the suspension. Pro12 full rules are not available online though.

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Ballsax. That's a stitch up. I hope they've made that decision based on more than the camera angle in the highlights.

Step up Peter Dooley.

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2weeks

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Bent to 17 and Rossy to 18? Or is that too much of a slap in the face to Dooley. I'm not sure I trust him against a Clermont scrum
He's gotten awfully fond of that brick

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arsebiscuits1 wrote:Bent to 17 and Rossy to 18? Or is that too much of a slap in the face to Dooley. I'm not sure I trust him against a Clermont scrum


Dooley hasn't put a foot wrong all season. He's impressed on every appearance. If it transpires that Clermont can't field Zirikaschvili they're down to their second and third tight heads, while with Jack and Dooley we could field our first and third loose heads. I'd go for it. Assuming McGrath didn't ship an injury, Dooley would only have to play 20 minutes. On the basis of his outings thus far and how he goes about his business, I'd trust him to carry out the task required.

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Is there more video evidence on this decision? Seems outrageous from the match clip.

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Cometh the hour, cometh the man. Here comes Big Pete.
"This is breathless stuff.....it's on again. Contepomi out to Hickie,D'Arcy,Hickie.......................HICKIE FOR THE CORNER! THAT IS AWESOME!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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neiliog93 wrote:Cometh the hour, cometh the man. Here comes Big Pete.


+1

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Thought Dooley was outstanding last season. He's been quieter this one.
I hope we appeal and a request lifting the suspension. Unless there is other footage, it is hard to see how the incident would have even merited a yellow, let alone a red.

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FLIP wrote:
All Blacks nil wrote:
carlow man wrote:The bears can smell the menstruation!
Dave Cahill wrote:Their periods attact bears


Jesus guys, act your age.
A poor reflection
Hopefully moderator will save your blushes and delete.


It's a quote from Anchorman used to highlight the ridiculousness of the statement. Stop fishing for offence and get back under your bridge.


Indeed............the practicing of one's po face can literally blind some it appears. :D
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http://www.the42.ie/cian-healy-leinster-champions-cup-semi-final-two-week-ban-3348245-Apr2017/
Can anyone explain how the f**k that is a penalty let alone a red card offence! Was there another angle? Thats looks like a great clearout to me. The Connacht player doesn't bat an eyelid let alone protest! Bizarre decision!

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I heard the 2 female members of the panel used a private email server but mainly they never played pro rugby like every male disciplinary panel member ever
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