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Glasgow vs Ulster MOTM

Jared Payne
2
3%
Louis Ludik
25
40%
Darren Cave
3
5%
Stuart McCloskey
0
No votes
Stuart Olding
0
No votes
Rob Lyttle
1
2%
Charles Piutau
4
6%
Paddy Jackson
18
29%
Ruan Pienaar
2
3%
Andy Warwick
0
No votes
Callum Black
0
No votes
Rob Herring
0
No votes
Rory Best
0
No votes
Rodney Ah You
3
5%
Ross Kane
0
No votes
Alan O'Connor
0
No votes
Peter Browne
0
No votes
Franco van der Merwe
0
No votes
Iain Henderson
0
No votes
Sean Reidy
3
5%
Roger Wilson
1
2%
Clive Ross
1
2%
 
Total votes : 63

Re: Glasgow vs Ulster MOTM

Postby nonplussed » Mon Sep 26, 2016 1:45 pm

Ludik was imperious. a solid lump of talent. Does all the basics superbly, we can thank the IRFU that we still have him.
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Re: Glasgow vs Ulster MOTM

Postby BaggyTrousers » Mon Sep 26, 2016 2:17 pm

I will take that Loki, Reidy is not yet given the credit here (begging Snipe's indulgence) that he deserves, he has become very tasty indeed, who knows if Clive can follow, he is comparatively fresh to pro rugby and is improving. Still enjoying seeing Roger give his best, it's still good enough for a good period of a game. Our backrow which we all worried about is doing trojan work, as a certain president of the ICU said of the groundsmen at a venue to the West Indies tourists, "they are working like blacks".

Hendy obviously helps a lot, when he is on the pitch and when Chad & Marcell pitch up we might be even better.

Credit too to the selection of props who have done so well early on, glad to be seeing plenty of Warwick, I have still very high hopes for him and I am holding faith in Rory's opinion of Rodders. Add in the 2 best hookers in Ireland and stalwart showings from Franco, the Dublin Strangler & Commandant Browne aka 2MP, and we are being incredibly well served by the pack. :cheers: :cheers: :cheers:

This boys and girls is the closest to SID that Ulster have been in the professional era - albeit with backs dropping like flies, it's being tested already. Four games into the season and not a single player marked down as a chube. :cheers: :cheers: :cheers:
BOYCOTT ALL IRELAND GAMES UNTIL THEY SACK THE TYRANT NUCIFORA.

PASS IT ON - THIS MEANS WAR.
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Re: Glasgow vs Ulster MOTM

Postby Snipe Watson » Mon Sep 26, 2016 4:35 pm

Quite correct Reidy does deserve more credit that he gets from some punters around here. But then some punters are just true Ulstermen and have developed intransigence into an exact science.
Sean Reidy is as hard as flamin nails and has developed a serious engine. He's like a few other who have found their mojo.
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Glasgow vs Ulster MOTM

Jared Payne
2
3%


Louis Ludik
25
40%


Darren Cave
3
5%


Stuart McCloskey
0
0%


Stuart Olding
0
0%


Rob Lyttle
1
2%


Charles Piutau
4
6%


Paddy Jackson
18
29%


Ruan Pienaar
2
3%


Andy Warwick
0
0%


Callum Black
0
0%


Rob Herring
0
0%


Rory Best
0
0%


Rodney Ah You
3
5%


Ross Kane
0
0%


Alan O'Connor
0
0%


Peter Browne
0
0%


Franco van der Merwe
0
0%


Iain Henderson
0
0%


Sean Reidy
3
5%


Roger Wilson
1
2%


Clive Ross
1
2%


 
Total votes : 63

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