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Munster V Ulster Sat 29th Sept 7:15

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Munster V Ulster Sat 29th Sept 7:15

Postby BaggyTrousers » Mon Sep 24, 2018 2:21 am

According to the Irish Mirror these are the odds:

Munster - 13/10

Draw - 22/1

Ulster - 10/11

Think I'll have 4 houses on Cratloe Road. Rent due if you land on it: nathin' it's heavily mortgaged to the FIRFU. :roll:
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Re: Munster V Ulster Sat 29th Sept 7:15

Postby Russ » Mon Sep 24, 2018 6:35 am

BaggyTrousers wrote:According to the Irish Mirror these are the odds:

Munster - 13/10

Draw - 22/1

Ulster - 10/11

Think I'll have 4 houses on Cratloe Road. Rent due if you land on it: nathin' it's heavily mortgaged to the FIRFU. :roll:
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Re: Munster V Ulster Sat 29th Sept 7:15

Postby Tender » Mon Sep 24, 2018 7:23 am

But the camera loves him..
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Re: Munster V Ulster Sat 29th Sept 7:15

Postby Rooster » Mon Sep 24, 2018 8:18 am

Tender wrote:But the camera loves him..
BOD is the camera director
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Re: Munster V Ulster Sat 29th Sept 7:15

Postby Neill_M » Mon Sep 24, 2018 10:26 am

Interesting to see what the 23 for this game will be after the South African tour. Will the likes of Henderson, Murphy, Cooney, Addison and Gilroy play?

Is this a game we are targeting? Or is the focus on the Connacht game and the 2 European matches?

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Re: Munster V Ulster Sat 29th Sept 7:15

Postby Russ » Mon Sep 24, 2018 12:34 pm

Neill_M wrote:Interesting to see what the 23 for this game will be after the South African tour. Will the likes of Henderson, Murphy, Cooney, Addison and Gilroy play?

Is this a game we are targeting? Or is the focus on the Connacht game and the 2 European matches?

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Re: Munster V Ulster Sat 29th Sept 7:15

Postby Tender » Mon Sep 24, 2018 1:04 pm

Not enough fit ‘ones’ to make up a 23.
Wasn’t Cooney an HIA last weekend?
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Re: Munster V Ulster Sat 29th Sept 7:15

Postby Rooster » Mon Sep 24, 2018 3:48 pm

Tender wrote:Not enough fit ‘ones’ to make up a 23.
Wasn’t Cooney an HIA last weekend?
No just a sliced napper
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Re: Munster V Ulster Sat 29th Sept 7:15

Postby Tender » Mon Sep 24, 2018 4:13 pm

Cheers. I imagined he was an HIA, but I was over my Guinness limit.
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Re: Munster V Ulster Sat 29th Sept 7:15

Postby Dave » Mon Sep 24, 2018 4:38 pm

We will get destroyed at scrum time. POM et al will have a point to prove after their display against Connacht. I would expect a backlash up front. For that reason I would love to see a first choice pack head down there. The backs will be a case of who is available. No word on Stockdale?
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Re: Munster V Ulster Sat 29th Sept 7:15

Postby Cormac » Mon Sep 24, 2018 5:34 pm

BaggyTrousers wrote:According to the Irish Mirror these are the odds:

Munster - 13/10

Draw - 22/1

Ulster - 10/11

Think I'll have 4 houses on Cratloe Road. Rent due if you land on it: nathin' it's heavily mortgaged to the FIRFU. :roll:


Meanwhile the actual odds are

Munster 10/11 (-13)
Draw 25/1
Ulster 10/11 (+13)
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Re: Munster V Ulster Sat 29th Sept 7:15

Postby Neill_M » Mon Sep 24, 2018 5:55 pm

Dave wrote:We will get destroyed at scrum time. POM et al will have a point to prove after their display against Connacht. I would expect a backlash up front. For that reason I would love to see a first choice pack head down there. The backs will be a case of who is available. No word on Stockdale?


Stockdale was predicted to be out 6-8 weeks in mid August.

I know Munster will be wanting to make a point after the performance in Cardiff, but they have Leinster in LR next week then Europe so they might rotate their squad.
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Re: Munster V Ulster Sat 29th Sept 7:15

Postby Tender » Mon Sep 24, 2018 6:04 pm

They were well beaten and there will be a backlash.
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Re: Munster V Ulster Sat 29th Sept 7:15

Postby BaggyTrousers » Mon Sep 24, 2018 7:22 pm

Cormac wrote:
BaggyTrousers wrote:According to the Irish Mirror these are the odds:

Munster - 13/10

Draw - 22/1

Ulster - 10/11

Think I'll have 4 houses on Cratloe Road. Rent due if you land on it: nathin' it's heavily mortgaged to the FIRFU. :roll:


Meanwhile the actual odds are

Munster 10/11 (-13)
Draw 25/1
Ulster 10/11 (+13)


I say, old boy, you sound a little testy. Let me tell you, my good man, that there are no "actual odds" save for what one individual bookmaker advertises, then indeed that set of odds becomes "actual odds" however as you may or should know, many different bookmakers will provide an alternative odds, ergo there is no such thing as "THE actual odds".

Capiche? Good.

Ulster aren't winning this one, is my educated guess, I'd have been much happier if Munster had snattered Caaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaadiff rather than having been soundly spanked and sent to bed sans supper. A truly dreadful defeat.
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Re: Munster V Ulster Sat 29th Sept 7:15

Postby Dave » Mon Sep 24, 2018 7:27 pm

Neill_M wrote:
Dave wrote:We will get destroyed at scrum time. POM et al will have a point to prove after their display against Connacht. I would expect a backlash up front. For that reason I would love to see a first choice pack head down there. The backs will be a case of who is available. No word on Stockdale?


Stockdale was predicted to be out 6-8 weeks in mid August.

I know Munster will be wanting to make a point after the performance in Cardiff, but they have Leinster in LR next week then Europe so they might rotate their squad.
Oops I meant Cardiff. I was thinking about Connacht because we play them next.
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