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4 months 3 weeks ago #68666

Always a tough trip - need to see a big step up from our lads after the disappointment of the last few weeks. A great performance would do wonders for us, strong Ulster team named.

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4 months 3 weeks ago #68667

Diarmuid777 wrote: Cheers Neill, do you do guided tours of the city too :)


Ground opens 2 hours before at 6:15pm.

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4 months 3 weeks ago #68668

Sol_ie wrote: Always a tough trip - need to see a big step up from our lads after the disappointment of the last few weeks. A great performance would do wonders for us, strong Ulster team named.


A great performance is required methinks!!!

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4 months 3 weeks ago #68669

Huge defensive effort put in here - really something else. Given the amount of ball that Ulster had in great positions, our lads did well to hold off the try BP until 80odd mins. Our attack looked a bit shapeless when we had the ball, some moments of pure brilliance (that try was savage). Marmion was immense in this game, two try saving tackles, worked very hard, but just missing the spark.

All that said, I'm not too discouraged. We were missing some key players, Ulster were on fire and obviously geared up for the match after the Aviva game etc. A short break now might help recharge some batteries.

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