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Ulster v Zebre

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Re: Ulster v Zebre

Postby ruckover » Thu Feb 14, 2013 11:25 pm

I would have liked Annett to start as well, but not because Herring was poor or anything. Simply because I feel he's worth a start.
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Re: Ulster v Zebre

Postby kingofthehill » Fri Feb 15, 2013 3:33 am

Bangors wrote:''They were but I believe McComb was somewhat responsible''

I dont remember him being on the pitch !!!!!!


It was Diack and McComb in the 2nd rows as far as I remember.

Heard at the time that McComb was getting calls wrong.

Also include Zebre filming all the lineout calls in the warmup,this most definitely didn't help matters.
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Re: Ulster v Zebre

Postby Cornerfleg » Fri Feb 15, 2013 9:16 am

Kofi Annan wrote:
Cornerfleg wrote:I watched about 5 minutes of Spartacus ... I could hear myself actually getting stupider.


Really :duck:



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Re: Ulster v Zebre

Postby Kofi Annan » Fri Feb 15, 2013 9:29 am

Cornerfleg wrote:
Kofi Annan wrote:
Cornerfleg wrote:I watched about 5 minutes of Spartacus ... I could hear myself actually getting stupider.


Really :duck:



I see what you did there ... took me a while ... but then it hurt, I'm wounded!


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Re: Ulster v Zebre

Postby Cornerfleg » Fri Feb 15, 2013 9:32 am

With all the affection of a Pistorius Valentines pressie ...
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Re: Ulster v Zebre

Postby Kofi Annan » Fri Feb 15, 2013 9:35 am

Bangors wrote:''They were but I believe McComb was somewhat responsible''

I dont remember him being on the pitch !!!!!!


Ulster XV & replacements to face Zebre, RaboDirect PRO12, Sunday 18th November, Stadio XXV Aprile (2.00pm GMT):
(15-9): R Andrew; M Allen, J Payne, P Wallace, C Cochrane; N O'Connor, M Heaney;
(1-8): C Black, N Brady (capt), J Afoa, R Diack, N McComb, N Williams, M McComish, R Wilson;
Replacements (16-23): R Herring, T Court, D Fitzpatrick, J Simpson, A Birch, B McIlroy, S Olding, P Nelson.


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Re: Ulster v Zebre

Postby BuckRogers » Fri Feb 15, 2013 9:59 am

I pulled the old calf quite badly once upon a time and then after it "healed" and I got back to trying to train I ended up with some mild but annoying back problems. At the time the physio/kinesiologist (spelling?) told me that these two muscle injuries were at times uncomfortable bedfellows. Perhaps something similar to DT?

Anyways what a difference a week makes in terms of selection. Looks like D'Arcy's small fracture is a bit more serious as he ought to have been back by now? Andrews gives me the yips at fullback but not much that can be done. Glad to see Fitz and Cochrane both start. Deccie needs game time and Cochrane is a potential option in the back three with Payne's ongoing troubles and he is a lethal finisher to boot. Hope it goes well for him. Herring a lucky boy to be included this weekend after last weeks abysmal showing. Not all was his fault granted but there were a number of overthrows even when people had got into the air....not good enough.
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Re: Ulster v Zebre

Postby ruckover » Fri Feb 15, 2013 11:13 am

D'Arcy I think is out for the season. Spoke to him after the Scarlets game and he said it didn't look good, however they'd have to wait and see.
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Re: Ulster v Zebre

Postby rumncoke » Fri Feb 15, 2013 12:28 pm

I did state I thought Touhy was holding back last week

It may be Interesting this week but I fear a similiar sort of game to last week

the packs cancel each other out and we lack the grunt to finish within the last 10.

Baggy you must like cuban cigars sealed with the sweat of the maidens thights .
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Re: Ulster v Zebre

Postby big mervyn » Fri Feb 15, 2013 12:57 pm

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Baggy you must like cuban cigars sealed with the sweat of the maidens thights .


Can't bate a nice pair of thights.

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Re: Ulster v Zebre

Postby bazzaj » Fri Feb 15, 2013 1:03 pm

Have to disagree rum, not with Baggys taste in cigars but your fears about the game.
Should be ideal conditions for us and with Henry, Henderson, PJ and Afoa back we are starting to look like a familar team again with balance in the back row and leaders on the pitch.
Williams and Payne are still big misses though as we particular miss their ability to finish and line break and no one has stepped into that role of late.
Each player will be motivated to prove a point for various reasons such as justifying selection for Ulster or not being selected for Ireland.
I think with good conditions tonight could well be the night we get our season back on track so I am expecting a convincing win by 20 points plus.
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Re: Ulster v Zebre

Postby big mervyn » Fri Feb 15, 2013 1:17 pm

Bookies have us at 1/41 and 26 points on the handicap.

You can get 33/1 on Zebre.

With dacent weather today it really should be a 5 pointer.
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Re: Ulster v Zebre

Postby big mervyn » Fri Feb 15, 2013 1:21 pm

Just had another look. You can get 50/1!!! on the stripey wans with Skybet.
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Re: Ulster v Zebre

Postby big mervyn » Fri Feb 15, 2013 1:44 pm

Fupping hell. 66/1 now!
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Re: Ulster v Zebre

Postby Cornerfleg » Fri Feb 15, 2013 1:50 pm

When it hits 100 sell man .... sell ....
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