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Re: Schools Cup 2015

Postby ruckover » Tue Mar 17, 2015 7:24 pm

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ruckover wrote:Not sure how you can say the Wallace no. 2 had a good game when he couldn't hit a barn door in the second half.

If Wallace had a decent line-out they would have won that game without any difficulties. Why they persisted going to the corner is beyond me.

Well done RBAI.


Still can't believe people are putting all the blame on the throwers at line out, fair enough maybe didn't have the best throwing game although all round game was solid


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I just cannot justify saying the Wallace 2 had a good game when he was a key component of the line-out that completely fell apart in the second half and probably lost them the match.
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Re: Schools Cup 2015

Postby Russ » Tue Mar 17, 2015 7:27 pm

bazzaj wrote:Only saw the second half in fairness so maybe the first was a fantastic exhibition of running free flowing rugby so if that was the case, I stand corrected.
From what I did see I don`t know what else to call it other than hoofball when every other time the 9 gets his hands on the ball he box kicks it but if that floats peoples boat so be it.
It just doesn`t float mine.

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Re: Schools Cup 2015

Postby BR » Tue Mar 17, 2015 7:37 pm

ruckover wrote:
EastTerraceUR wrote:
ruckover wrote:Not sure how you can say the Wallace no. 2 had a good game when he couldn't hit a barn door in the second half.

If Wallace had a decent line-out they would have won that game without any difficulties. Why they persisted going to the corner is beyond me.

Well done RBAI.


Still can't believe people are putting all the blame on the throwers at line out, fair enough maybe didn't have the best throwing game although all round game was solid


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I just cannot justify saying the Wallace 2 had a good game when he was a key component of the line-out that completely fell apart in the second half and probably lost them the match.

Looked to me, he was mostly hitting his man, his man wasn't catching it though.

We'll done both teams - great advert for the schools game, just a shame the supporters couldn't behave themselves.
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Re: Schools Cup 2015

Postby Russ » Tue Mar 17, 2015 7:39 pm

BR wrote:
ruckover wrote:
EastTerraceUR wrote:
ruckover wrote:Not sure how you can say the Wallace no. 2 had a good game when he couldn't hit a barn door in the second half.

If Wallace had a decent line-out they would have won that game without any difficulties. Why they persisted going to the corner is beyond me.

Well done RBAI.


Still can't believe people are putting all the blame on the throwers at line out, fair enough maybe didn't have the best throwing game although all round game was solid


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I just cannot justify saying the Wallace 2 had a good game when he was a key component of the line-out that completely fell apart in the second half and probably lost them the match.

Looked to me, he was mostly hitting his man, his man wasn't catching it though.

We'll done both teams - great advert for the schools game, just a shame the supporters couldn't behave themselves.

People from Lisburn and Inst. Of course they can't behave themselves
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Re: Schools Cup 2015

Postby LegsLikeSausages » Tue Mar 17, 2015 8:21 pm

Russ wrote:
BR wrote:
ruckover wrote:
EastTerraceUR wrote:
ruckover wrote:Not sure how you can say the Wallace no. 2 had a good game when he couldn't hit a barn door in the second half.

If Wallace had a decent line-out they would have won that game without any difficulties. Why they persisted going to the corner is beyond me.

Well done RBAI.


Still can't believe people are putting all the blame on the throwers at line out, fair enough maybe didn't have the best throwing game although all round game was solid


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I just cannot justify saying the Wallace 2 had a good game when he was a key component of the line-out that completely fell apart in the second half and probably lost them the match.

Looked to me, he was mostly hitting his man, his man wasn't catching it though.

We'll done both teams - great advert for the schools game, just a shame the supporters couldn't behave themselves.

People from Lisburn and Inst. Of course they can't behave themselves

I'm from both...
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Re: Schools Cup 2015

Postby Russ » Tue Mar 17, 2015 8:22 pm

LegsLikeSausages wrote:
Russ wrote:Looked to me, he was mostly hitting
People from Lisburn and Inst. Of course they can't behave themselves

I'm from both...

Must be that weird paradox where 2 negatives makes a low numbered positive
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Re: Schools Cup 2015

Postby LegsLikeSausages » Tue Mar 17, 2015 8:36 pm

Russ wrote:
LegsLikeSausages wrote:
Russ wrote:Looked to me, he was mostly hitting
People from Lisburn and Inst. Of course they can't behave themselves

I'm from both...

Must be that weird paradox where 2 negatives makes a low numbered positive

You say the nicest things...
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Re: Schools Cup 2015

Postby Ball Boy » Tue Mar 17, 2015 10:24 pm

It wouldn't be the Schools Cup final without some bad behaviour on the terraces. Only saw one abandoned beer bottle in the Inst section after the game - standards are slipping! Great game to watch - a genuine nailbiter at the end. Congratulations to the lads on both sides.
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Re: Schools Cup 2015

Postby Ocean87 » Tue Mar 17, 2015 10:32 pm

RBAI 7 was my MOM. He was everywhere it seemed and made some fantastic turnovers. Sometimes the unsung work goes amiss.




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Re: Schools Cup 2015

Postby WuzaFlanker » Tue Mar 17, 2015 11:29 pm

Have to say I thought it was a cracking game between two very good sides. Always a shame one team ends up losing. It could have gone either way.

Congratulations to Inst and commiserations to Wallace.

Didn't see any crowd misbehaviour. Anyone care to elaborate.......?
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Re: Schools Cup 2015

Postby Russ » Tue Mar 17, 2015 11:32 pm

Best game at Ravers this year?
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Re: Schools Cup 2015

Postby BuckRogers » Wed Mar 18, 2015 12:32 am

Once a Knight wrote:
Russ wrote:Best game at Ravers this year?


Non professional yes. In total, it is the 3rd best.

One of those has been by an Ulster professional team.

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Re: Schools Cup 2015

Postby ChuckleBrothers » Wed Mar 18, 2015 1:16 am

Great game of rugby...
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Re: Schools Cup 2015

Postby cheese » Wed Mar 18, 2015 8:25 am

Great game of rugby and good to see a final go to the wire. Inst pulled out a very dogged performance in the 2nd half. I agree that the 7 was the standout player for me from the Inst side.
Not sure why Wallace kept throwing the linout to the number 6 as he was well marked. More blame should be on the lineout caller.
My man of the match was the Wallace no9. Constantly causing trouble. The Inst scrumhalf won't forget him in a hurry.
Just 2 things. How did the linesman not see what Inst player did the deliberate knockdown at the end. It was right in front of him and the guy ended up lying on the ball. Wallace looked certain for a try.
Secondly, the Inst support at the end was disgraceful. Win gracefully and show respect for the losing team. Why they marched over to the Wallace support and started shouting abuse, giving the fingers and antagonizing them is beyond me. Not like it was MCB or anything. What made it worse was the fear on the young Wallace supporters at what was going on. School need to look at themselves.
As a neutral it was a great final and good to see Inst's name back on the cup.
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Re: Schools Cup 2015

Postby BR » Wed Mar 18, 2015 9:36 am

cheese wrote:How did the linesman not see what Inst player did the deliberate knockdown at the end. It was right in front of him and the guy ended up lying on the ball. Wallace looked certain for a try.


He did see it. He called it and the ref gave the peno. The problem was he did not get a number, so no card could be issued.
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