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Re: |Schools cup 2017

Postby solidarity » Fri Mar 17, 2017 11:50 pm

Who cares about the rugby? Sullivan win the Burney cup! Yeeeeah!!
(That's boy's hockey. Great game so it is. Rugby's for girlies)
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Re: |Schools cup 2017

Postby Neill_M » Fri Mar 17, 2017 11:54 pm

What did people think about the pitch today....very sandy?


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Re: |Schools cup 2017

Postby Dave » Sat Mar 18, 2017 12:59 am

The pitch is atrocious. Dangerous infact.
I have my own tv channel, what have you got?
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Re: |Schools cup 2017

Postby Snipe Watson » Sat Mar 18, 2017 1:44 am

It's taken a hammering lately. That Treviso match ruined it, but hopefully it'll be growing soon.
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Re: |Schools cup 2017

Postby bazzaj » Sat Mar 18, 2017 10:02 am

Ocean87 wrote:Weather was a massive factor especially in second half. "Unimaginative coaching" surely cannot be labelled at a coaching panel who have produced three consecutive cup winning teams.

Rhys O'Donnell is a class act. Unfortunately, Ulster can't really see that! Or Kieran Campbell to be more specific.....


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So winning rugby=imaginative coaching.
Bludgeon huge centre up middle and play off him without a hint of a decoy.
Revolutionary stuff.
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Re: |Schools cup 2017

Postby Ocean87 » Sat Mar 18, 2017 10:18 am

bazzaj wrote:
Ocean87 wrote:Weather was a massive factor especially in second half. "Unimaginative coaching" surely cannot be labelled at a coaching panel who have produced three consecutive cup winning teams.

Rhys O'Donnell is a class act. Unfortunately, Ulster can't really see that! Or Kieran Campbell to be more specific.....


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So winning rugby=imaginative coaching.
Bludgeon huge centre up middle and play off him without a hint of a decoy.
Revolutionary stuff.


In a game with poor weather conditions against a strong wind....smart


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Re: |Schools cup 2017

Postby rumncoke » Mon Mar 20, 2017 5:55 pm

being an O 'D he may have attitude but to be honest it was not evident on the pitch .




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Re: |Schools cup 2017

Postby Dave » Mon Mar 20, 2017 6:02 pm

rumncoke wrote:being an O 'D he may have attitude but to be honest it was not evident on the pitch .




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Depends on what is meant by "attitude". I think half the 1st team have a terrible 'half assed' attitude. A chip in your shoulder type attitude can be harnessed by good coaching and mentorship.
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Re: |Schools cup 2017

Postby rumncoke » Mon Mar 20, 2017 6:29 pm

Dave
I don't suspect a chip more a I don't entertain fools and don't tell me type .

if you know any Transactional Analysis a rebellious child if address in a parental mode .

which of course while absent during a game may become evident in a training environment


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Re: |Schools cup 2017

Postby Dave » Mon Mar 20, 2017 6:57 pm

rumncoke wrote:Dave
I don't suspect a chip more a I don't entertain fools and don't tell me type .

if you know any Transactional Analysis a rebellious child if address in a parental mode .

which of course while absent during a game may become evident in a training environment


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Don't tell you type? WTF does that mean?
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Re: |Schools cup 2017

Postby bazzaj » Mon Mar 20, 2017 7:50 pm

Ocean87 wrote:
bazzaj wrote:
Ocean87 wrote:Weather was a massive factor especially in second half. "Unimaginative coaching" surely cannot be labelled at a coaching panel who have produced three consecutive cup winning teams.

Rhys O'Donnell is a class act. Unfortunately, Ulster can't really see that! Or Kieran Campbell to be more specific.....


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So winning rugby=imaginative coaching.
Bludgeon huge centre up middle and play off him without a hint of a decoy.
Revolutionary stuff.


In a game with poor weather conditions against a strong wind....smart


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Sorry your are not convincing me.
The schools cup final almost makes me think snooker has more entertainment value.
Think the Friends school took the better option in the quarters eh Dave?
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Re: |Schools cup 2017

Postby Rooster » Wed Mar 22, 2017 11:03 am

Dave wrote:
rumncoke wrote:being an O 'D he may have attitude but to be honest it was not evident on the pitch .




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Depends on what is meant by "attitude". I think half the 1st team have a terrible 'half assed' attitude. A chip in your shoulder type attitude can be harnessed by good coaching and mentorship.

Janny Sexton was a smart arsed wee shiite when he came on the scene and it didn't do him any harm, it's a great thing in a scrum half to have someone with attitude as it is needed to deal with forwards and backs on both sides unless you are like Ruan and there is just a mobile blast freezer that moves round the pitch with him he is so cool.
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Re: |Schools cup 2017

Postby BaggyTrousers » Mon Jun 05, 2017 1:40 pm

For want of a better place to put it, it appears Regent House are entering the schools rugby arms race with a coaching appointment of some note.

Budgerigar Pountney is to do a stint with Regent and also Ards RFC I hear, from a man who knows a man who definitely knows.

Cheap cheap he is not I believe.
Support the team and coaching staff. Forget the rest,BUT NEVER MOVE ON.

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Re: |Schools cup 2017

Postby Tighty » Mon Jun 05, 2017 3:45 pm

BaggyTrousers wrote:For want of a better place to put it, it appears Regent House are entering the schools rugby arms race with a coaching appointment of some note.

Budgerigar Pountney is to do a stint with Regent and also Ards RFC I hear, from a man who knows a man who definitely knows.

Cheap cheap he is not I believe.


Greetings Baggy

Now you've gone and spoilt Ards RFC's Big Announcement : http://www.ardsrugby.co.uk/news/big-ann ... 97768.html

... tho' I seem to recollect reading ''your exclusive'' before.

PS For your information, there is a Section on the Board devoted to Club Rugby and contained therein is a thread entitled ''Qualifying Leagues''. As I'm sure you'd agree, its never too late to learn :stir:
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Re: |Schools cup 2017

Postby BaggyTrousers » Mon Jun 05, 2017 4:13 pm

Tighty wrote:
BaggyTrousers wrote:For want of a better place to put it, it appears Regent House are entering the schools rugby arms race with a coaching appointment of some note.

Budgerigar Pountney is to do a stint with Regent and also Ards RFC I hear, from a man who knows a man who definitely knows.

Cheap cheap he is not I believe.


Greetings Baggy

Now you've gone and spoilt Ards RFC's Big Announcement : http://www.ardsrugby.co.uk/news/big-ann ... 97768.html

... tho' I seem to recollect reading ''your exclusive'' before.

PS For your information, there is a Section on the Board devoted to Club Rugby and contained therein is a thread entitled ''Qualifying Leagues''. As I'm sure you'd agree, its never too late to learn :stir:


:lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol:

Crap, I thought it had been announced by now, before lunch I was told. :oops:

Tighty I'm sure it's not been lost on you that I am only a glory-hunting, pro-team supporter, I get a few people saying, "I'll take you to watch the Binmen" or "You'll have a great day with the Armachians" but of course little or nothing comes of it. Last time I was involved in even a loose way was in the Harbour Bar at Downings after a game Sheephaven Bay against some Omagh team I think. Great bowl of Stew and pints of glorious Arthur's Genius.

These days if I am feeling really interested I'll see the odd A team game - very odd since I have been boycotting any A match not held at Spanners for some years.

Anyway, I last had any club connection many decades ago at Ards in their halcyon days when they first got into the senior league, Edgar, some Calverts, Cleland, Wee Mowatt, a Campbell or two and I recall still tales of Bobby Bishop & the bike at the Dee. So I wish them well with the new venture, hopefully, he can breathe some life into both school & club.

Mind you the ould glory-hunting hasn't been going too well. I believe some ex-pats have set up a rugby club in San Javier, maybe they will rise to greatness, I might even lend my peculiar brand of expertise. >EW
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