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1 year 7 months ago #68929

And it's the second week...

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And it's the second week of InterPro Action in the Sportsground, as Connacht take on Leinster. KO is 735, make sure to be there to lend your voices to Fortress Sporsground!

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1 year 7 months ago #68930

Looking forward to this. Strong team making the trip down the M6!

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1 year 7 months ago #68931

Looking forward to this. They have a strong pack starting. Not as optimistic as last week, but you never know.
Currently 4/1 in the bookies to Win.....Sure why not ;)
Got a sneaky feeling we'll see Shamus Hurley-Langton frist score tomorrow night :woohoo:

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1 year 7 months ago #68933

I know we had a few mistakes but I thought they preformed really well last night. I don’t know how Frank got a referee’s license!

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1 year 7 months ago #68936

Ditto - a solid 80 minute performance for us. I think a losing BP would have been justice for that.

Leinster were very happy to play the ref, I think that they were barely on-side at rucks. If a ref is letting them away, we should be trying to play closer to the line too. We conceded 10 penalties to their 15 (!!) yet I don't recall there ever being a warning going that way (although open to correction on that point). Don't think the ref was the losing of the match, mind you.

The lads must've been battered after that, seemed to be ruck after ruck after ruck. it was a frentic enough 80 mins of rugby.

Conditions looked shocking bad on the telly, was it quite so wet in person?

Jack has such a cool head, fair play to him. Aside from his own playmaking, things just seem to click a touch better when he's in charge.

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Last edit: 1 year 7 months ago by ShaneM. Reason: Twas a little wet and windy @sol.ie ??
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1 year 7 months ago #68937

Sol_ie wrote: Ditto - a solid 80 minute performance for us. I think a losing BP would have been justice for that.

Leinster were very happy to play the ref, I think that they were barely on-side at rucks. If a ref is letting them away, we should be trying to play closer to the line too. We conceded 10 penalties to their 15 (!!) yet I don't recall there ever being a warning going that way (although open to correction on that point). Don't think the ref was the losing of the match, mind you.

The lads must've been battered after that, seemed to be ruck after ruck after ruck. it was a frentic enough 80 mins of rugby.

Conditions looked shocking bad on the telly, was it quite so wet in person?

Jack has such a cool head, fair play to him. Aside from his own playmaking, things just seem to click a touch better when he's in charge.


It was a little windy and wet alright ?

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