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Re: Sean Cronin

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Peg Leg wrote:
April 15th, 2021, 12:14 pm
blockhead wrote:
April 15th, 2021, 12:11 pm
blockhead wrote:
February 19th, 2021, 11:01 am
What a servant, if he does go he's owes us nothing.

42 tries and counting, same as Rob Kearney and most for a forward.
13 in 2018/19 alone (6 in the Heino), only Dr. Phil in 2005/06 with 15 has scored more in a season this century
16 tries in the Heino, same as Isa.
Scored tries in the.......
2012 Pro12 Final v Ospreys
2012 Heino Final v Ulster
2013 Challenge Cup Final v Stade
2016 Pro12 Final v Connacht
2018 Pro14 Final v Scarlets

Other notable tries include semi-final tries v Ulster (2016) and that marvelous team try v Munster in the 2019 semi.

Anyone remember the first try for Leinster scored against Montpellier away in 2011? Big one that.
More points than appearances!
Woven into this clubs fabric is Sean Cronin.
And he's only gone and signed a new contract, cool.
:green clap:
I'm fuqing delighted. We have a roster with serious potential in this position and a stalwart like Cronin will be important for the team and the development of two very different specimens in Dan and Ró
Nugget must be the most successful Munster born rugby player in history, right? 2 Heinos, 1 Challange Cup, 6 Pro14s and 3 Six Nations.
Maybe Reddan or Ross would come close.
Reddan has 3 Heinos, maybe the only munsterman who could say that.
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Re: Sean Cronin

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blockhead wrote:
April 15th, 2021, 1:29 pm
Peg Leg wrote:
April 15th, 2021, 12:14 pm
blockhead wrote:
April 15th, 2021, 12:11 pm


And he's only gone and signed a new contract, cool.
:green clap:
I'm fuqing delighted. We have a roster with serious potential in this position and a stalwart like Cronin will be important for the team and the development of two very different specimens in Dan and Ró
2 Heinos, 1 Challange Cup, 6 Pro14s and 3 Six Nations.
A rainbow would look nice beside that list
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Re: Sean Cronin

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Good man Nugget, don’t leave before you get your tee shirt!
"Horrocks went one way, Taylor the other and I was left holding the bloody hyphen!"

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Re: Sean Cronin

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Delighted
A real warrior

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Blue not red blood wrote:
April 15th, 2021, 2:03 pm
Delighted
A real warrior
Nugget and Redden.... 2 best reasons to respect Munster shortsightedness :D :D

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Re: Sean Cronin

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Cronin - not just a rugby legend but according to Liam Toland an 80s comedy legend...

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hcCfSpmXMm8

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"Horrocks went one way, Taylor the other and I was left holding the bloody hyphen!"

~The Late Great Mick English

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Re: Sean Cronin

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alanair wrote:
April 15th, 2021, 5:17 pm
Blue not red blood wrote:
April 15th, 2021, 2:03 pm
Delighted
A real warrior
Nugget and Redden.... 2 best reasons to respect Munster shortsightedness :D :D
Surely Mike Ross is number one.

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