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Did johng have N McCarthy on his list of srummys?
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This week on Blues Talk TV we take a look back at Leinster’s disappointing loss to Saracens in the Heineken Champions Cup quarter-final and discuss the rest of the weekend’s rugby

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This week on Blues Talk we preview Leinster’s first Pro14 game of the season against Dragons in the RDS, discuss the rest of the week’s rugby news, and look back at the weekend’s European semi-final action

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Great episode, lads. Blues Talk TV: the thinking man's rugby podcast - diseased students running wild, North Korea involvement in Welsh rugby, Bet Lynch, greed/avarice, the future of television etc. etc. along with illuminating insights into the state of global rugby. Fair play!!!

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This week we take a look back at the opening fixtures of the 20-21 Guinness ProWhatever, with Leinster victorious over Dragons in the RDS, and the rest of the weekend’s games

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October 7th, 2020, 12:06 pm
This week we take a look back at the opening fixtures of the 20-21 Guinness ProWhatever, with Leinster victorious over Dragons in the RDS, and the rest of the weekend’s games
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Dave's joke re Sale & covid was a zinger and had me chuckling. I actually managed to catch the Ulster vs Benetton match. The Italians were very good - abrasive up front and prepared to give it a go with ball in hand. They were 14-0 down after 20 mins and still managed to go in at half time 14-17. Ulster were able to overpower them in the second half, but I still think we'll be doing very well to get out of Treviso with a win.

p.s. Jack McGrath and Marti Moore both had good games and will have forced themselves in Faz mór's squad calculations, IMO.

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This week we take a look back at Leinster’s victory over Benetton Rugby in the Pro14 and preview the visit of Zebre. We then take a look forward to the resumption of the 6 Nations and the refixed game against Italy

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This week, we take a look back at Leinster’s victory over Zebre, Ireland’s Six Nations win over Italy and preview the visit of Leinster to Glasgow, Ireland’s final Six Nations game against France and the rest of the week’s news and results

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This week, we take a look back at Leinster’s victory over Zebre, Ireland’s Six Nations win over Italy and preview the visit of Leinster to Glasgow, Ireland’s final Six Nations game against France and the rest of the week’s news and results
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This week on Blues Talk we take a look back at Ireland’s disappointing loss to France in the Six Nations, review Leinster’s win in Glasgow against the Warriors and preview the weekend’s action between Leinster and Ospreys.

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Great stuff as ever lads. The "sonic boom heard in Galway"!!! Gas. Ar aon nós am in total agreement a: that the penalty kick option should have been taken at the end of the first half of Ireland vs France and b: that Harry Byrne is currently the heir apparent to J10. Great performance vs Glasgow from him. Even those two kicks straight out - one of which was under extreme pressure - only missed the last bit of pitch by a very small amount. Don't really understand Faz mór bringing Billy Burns into the squad for the Nations Cup. Think RDS and Lansdowne Road have decided to allow him to string a series of starts in blue in the Pro 14 and see how he gets on. It's probably the best way to allow him to prove himself worthy of a squad place in the Heino in the New Year.

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This week on Blues Talk we take a look back at Leinster’s victory over Ospreys, forward to the game against Edinburgh, preview the start of the 8 Nations tournament with Friday’s game between Ireland and Wales and discuss the rest of the week’s rugby news

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November 12th, 2020, 4:11 pm
This week on Blues Talk we take a look back at Leinster’s victory over Ospreys, forward to the game against Edinburgh, preview the start of the 8 Nations tournament with Friday’s game between Ireland and Wales and discuss the rest of the week’s rugby news
Agree 100% with Jason re Ireland team selection and with Dave re Bledisloe red cards!

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This week on Blues Talk we take a look back at Leinster’s victory over Edinburgh in the ProThingy and ask, cui bono? We also preview the Autumn Nations Cup fixture against England.

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John's take on the Eddie Jones no mercy approach to rugby hit the nail on the head. Hopefully Faz mór's boys will fight fire with fire!!!! COYBIG!!!

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This week on Blues Talk, we take a look back at Leinster’s victory over Cardiff Blues in the Guinness Pro14, Ireland’s loss to England in the Autumn Series, and the rest of the weekend’s results before previewing Leinster’s visit to Scarlets and Ireland’s game against Georgia.

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