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Re: Ulster, Away, March 6th, 7.35pm

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Anyone else noticed JOB has gotten a lot smaller? Seems to have lost some muscle.

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Re: Ulster, Away, March 6th, 7.35pm

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Leinster Lout wrote:
March 6th, 2021, 8:07 pm
Tracy with a throw higher than his ceiling
MOTM!
Seriously though, Tracey needs a new nickname.
Mansion, or something, I don't know.
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Re: Ulster, Away, March 6th, 7.35pm

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McFarland is a knob and a sore loser. Well beaten regardless of decisions.

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blockhead wrote:
March 6th, 2021, 9:48 pm
Leinster Lout wrote:
March 6th, 2021, 8:07 pm
Tracy with a throw higher than his ceiling
MOTM!
Seriously though, Tracey needs a new nickname.
Mansion, or something, I don't know.
:happy clapper: :happy clapper:

What about 'Marble' as suspect there is a bit in his new pad and it's on Elgin Road....Elgin Marbles....

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D4surfer wrote:
March 6th, 2021, 9:52 pm
McFarland is a knob and a sore loser. Well beaten regardless of decisions.
Got their ar*e handed to them on a platter up front......cards irrelevant and Andy Warwick wouldn't have made a shi*te of difference if he had stayed on...

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Re: Ulster, Away, March 6th, 7.35pm

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LeRouxIsPHat wrote:
March 6th, 2021, 8:35 pm
I think JOB is very lucky but Madigan did jump into it, very surprised that the ref saw it that way though.
+1
Murphy was pushed from Yellow to Red on Warwick by TMO. He resisted the push from TMO for JOB. For me that was a 'rugby collison' and I'd have yellowed him for carelessness at worst.

That was a magnificent display of desire and competitiveness by Leinster and all I could have hoped for. A great motivational job by Leocaster.

Finally, as I have previously been critical, best congrats to Max O'Reilly for showing the fans what Leo clearly knew already. Great display.

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Re: Ulster, Away, March 6th, 7.35pm

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McFarland is a bit of a knob at times alright. Serious hot head I'd say.

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I appreciate that McFarland would be annoyed about the JOB incident but maybe he should also be annoyed with his own player for pushing his forearm into someone’s throat? Excuses excuses.

Agree with RTB about O’Reilly. He was the one guy I was nervy about tonight and he had a cracker. If Lukey had got over for that try then I think we’d be talking a lot more about MOR.

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Blueberry wrote:
March 6th, 2021, 9:44 pm
RDS please, hate the Aviva will a the daytrippers getting up for pints and talking shite.....Pints and a pew high in the South Terrace will do me nicely for another drubbing of the Turnips.
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Bless you and thank you.

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Re: Ulster, Away, March 6th, 7.35pm

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No comparison of half backs is valid when one pack annihilates the other and that's what this was. Luke & Ross were great in attack, tempo and defence. Top class performances.

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Re: Ulster, Away, March 6th, 7.35pm

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wixfjord wrote:
March 6th, 2021, 10:01 pm
McFarland is a bit of a knob at times alright. Serious hot head I'd say.
He should have expected the result with Leinster sat in amongst 10 or 12 of the wealthiest schools in the country plying people from rich families through those schools, churning out bursaries to the best prospects. Like come on Dan. :mullet 1:
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ronk wrote:
March 6th, 2021, 10:07 pm
Blueberry wrote:
March 6th, 2021, 9:44 pm
RDS please, hate the Aviva will a the daytrippers getting up for pints and talking shite.....Pints and a pew high in the South Terrace will do me nicely for another drubbing of the Turnips.
:clap:
Bless you and thank you.
Sorry was so happy after the match tonight forget just for a moment about de covid.......I can't thank Leo and Stu and the boys enough for the welcome distraction of watching them kick seven shades of shi*te out of Ulster. :mrgreen:

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wixfjord wrote:
March 6th, 2021, 10:01 pm
McFarland is a bit of a knob at times alright. Serious hot head I'd say.
after a season where he failed to win a meaningful game he’s lucky Ulster have such low expectations because otherwise he’d be out of a job.

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You need neutral refs and TMOs. Not some D4 sectarian ringers.
Comment about Frank Murphy on UAFC.
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And gambling's for fools,
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Re: Ulster, Away, March 6th, 7.35pm

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:?:
Jonny tight lips wrote:
March 6th, 2021, 10:21 pm
wixfjord wrote:
March 6th, 2021, 10:01 pm
McFarland is a bit of a knob at times alright. Serious hot head I'd say.
after a season where he failed to win a meaningful game he’s lucky Ulster have such low expectations because otherwise he’d be out of a job.
Yeah he comes across as a right tool in interviews after they lost. It was the same after the final last year. Would be a bit different if they were close games.
In any case, was a phenomenal performance by Leinster in such a niggly game. Ulster going 12-3 up should have given them impetus to push on, instead they were too interested in fights and cheap shots. Comes down from the top.
Dont Panic!

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blockhead wrote:
March 6th, 2021, 10:36 pm
You need neutral refs and TMOs. Not some D4 sectarian ringers.
Comment about Frank Murphy on UAFC.
Hilarious. :x
Dont Panic!

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blockhead wrote:
March 6th, 2021, 10:36 pm
You need neutral refs and TMOs. Not some D4 sectarian ringers.
Comment about Frank Murphy on UAFC.
Brilliant, try getting a pack with 50% of the heart and ability we showed tonight and you won't need to worry about Frank

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What have they done to Jordi up North? He just doesn't look fit and now spends his time hanging around on the periphery of things. The contrast between his standard of play and that of his erstwhile Leinster rivals Ruddock and VDF is stark. And the 1973 haircut needs to go

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Re: Ulster, Away, March 6th, 7.35pm

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blockhead wrote:
March 6th, 2021, 10:36 pm
You need neutral refs and TMOs. Not some D4 sectarian ringers.
Comment about Frank Murphy on UAFC.
Short of seasoning so you had to head to the salt mines blockhead?
Anyone But New Zealand

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FLIP wrote:
March 6th, 2021, 10:46 pm
blockhead wrote:
March 6th, 2021, 10:36 pm
You need neutral refs and TMOs. Not some D4 sectarian ringers.
Comment about Frank Murphy on UAFC.
Short of seasoning so you had to head to the salt mines blockhead?
Always good for a larf is the oul UAFC. Headbangers central.
You know I'm going to lose,
And gambling's for fools,
But that's the way I like it baby, I don't want to live FOREVER!

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