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Ulsterboys V The Munstermen

Talk about the men in white, and everything Ulster!!

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Re: Ulsterboys V The Munstermen

Postby Cornerfleg » Wed Jan 03, 2018 8:43 pm

Its as well it wasnt a Saffer hed have gone total Humpty Dumpty.
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Re: Ulsterboys V The Munstermen

Postby BaggyTrousers » Thu Jan 04, 2018 1:29 am

Neill_M wrote:3 weeks for Mr Arnold. 6 weeks starting point, reduced by 50%


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Disciplinary Decision – Arnold ( 3 weeks)
Sammy Arnold of Munster Rugby faced a Disciplinary Hearing today via a video conference and has been banned for three weeks.

A Disciplinary Panel convened in Neath to consider the red-card decision against the player resulting from the Round 12 fixture against Ulster Rugby on January 1, 2018.

The player was shown a red card by referee Sean Gallagher under Law 10.4 (e) – Dangerous Tackling.

The Disciplinary Panel, comprising of Roger Morris (Chair), Nigel Williams and Owain Rhys James (all Wales), concluded that the actions merited a mid-range entry point as a player must not tackle above the line of shoulders, an act of foul play which carries a six-week suspension.

The ban was reduced after full mitigation of 50 per cent was applied having taken into account the player’s conduct throughout the hearing and his previously clean disciplinary record.


I'd have liked them to have seen his similar tackle on Leali'ifano less than 60 seconds earlier, no mitigation should apply when almost the identical tackle was made in short order, thuggery. I have no doubt that Munster would have liked to see him off the pitch at the earliest opportunity with a kid with one 16 minute cap on the bench, a pretty sound plan.
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Re: Ulsterboys V The Munstermen

Postby ladyboy696969 » Thu Jan 04, 2018 10:25 am

Oul Sparky gets a lot of airtime on the BBC I've noticed.
Leo the Lion never gets a bleedin look-in down here.
Not sure if the other two even have mascots.
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Re: Ulsterboys V The Munstermen

Postby big mervyn » Thu Jan 04, 2018 10:41 am

ladyboy696969 wrote:Oul Sparky gets a lot of airtime on the BBC I've noticed.
Leo the Lion never gets a bleedin look-in down here.
Not sure if the other two even have mascots.

The cheatin ballix stitched Sparky up at the Heiny final. Shiny new kickin' boots v big furry slippers.

Connacht had a big duck last time I was way out west. Munster have a Steg.

What birthday was Sparky celebrating on Mon btw?
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Re: Ulsterboys V The Munstermen

Postby ColinM » Thu Jan 04, 2018 10:43 am

BaggyTrousers wrote:
Neill_M wrote:3 weeks for Mr Arnold. 6 weeks starting point, reduced by 50%


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Disciplinary Decision – Arnold ( 3 weeks)
Sammy Arnold of Munster Rugby faced a Disciplinary Hearing today via a video conference and has been banned for three weeks.

A Disciplinary Panel convened in Neath to consider the red-card decision against the player resulting from the Round 12 fixture against Ulster Rugby on January 1, 2018.

The player was shown a red card by referee Sean Gallagher under Law 10.4 (e) – Dangerous Tackling.

The Disciplinary Panel, comprising of Roger Morris (Chair), Nigel Williams and Owain Rhys James (all Wales), concluded that the actions merited a mid-range entry point as a player must not tackle above the line of shoulders, an act of foul play which carries a six-week suspension.

The ban was reduced after full mitigation of 50 per cent was applied having taken into account the player’s conduct throughout the hearing and his previously clean disciplinary record.


I'd have liked them to have seen his similar tackle on Leali'ifano less than 60 seconds earlier, no mitigation should apply when almost the identical tackle was made in short order, thuggery. I have no doubt that Munster would have liked to see him off the pitch at the earliest opportunity with a kid with one 16 minute cap on the bench, a pretty sound plan.


Indeed a reasonable plan, which could only have been trumped by 'get the ball and feckin maul it up the pitch' altogether a lower risk higher reward sort of plan
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Re: Ulsterboys V The Munstermen

Postby ladyboy696969 » Thu Jan 04, 2018 10:51 am

big mervyn wrote:
ladyboy696969 wrote:Oul Sparky gets a lot of airtime on the BBC I've noticed.
Leo the Lion never gets a bleedin look-in down here.
Not sure if the other two even have mascots.

The cheatin ballix stitched Sparky up at the Heiny final. Shiny new kickin' boots v big furry slippers.
3 finals in 4 years-Leo knew that ye don't bring a knife to a gunfight.

Connacht had a big duck last time I was way out west. Munster have a Steg.

What birthday was Sparky celebrating on Mon btw?
The Queen?

Actually this topic probably deserves it's own thread.
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Re: Ulsterboys V The Munstermen

Postby Cockatrice » Thu Jan 04, 2018 11:41 am

ladyboy696969 wrote:
big mervyn wrote:
ladyboy696969 wrote:Oul Sparky gets a lot of airtime on the BBC I've noticed.
Leo the Lion never gets a bleedin look-in down here.
Not sure if the other two even have mascots.

The cheatin ballix stitched Sparky up at the Heiny final. Shiny new kickin' boots v big furry slippers.
3 finals in 4 years-Leo knew that ye don't bring a knife to a gunfight.

Connacht had a big duck last time I was way out west. Munster have a Steg.

What birthday was Sparky celebrating on Mon btw?
The Queen?

Actually this topic probably deserves it's own thread.


the Heiny Final was embarrassing to see Leo all kitted out for the shoot off but fair play to Sparky he is a simply fan doing something he loves unless UR have removed him?
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Re: Ulsterboys V The Munstermen

Postby rocky » Thu Jan 04, 2018 1:30 pm

Cockatrice wrote:
ladyboy696969 wrote:
big mervyn wrote:
ladyboy696969 wrote:Oul Sparky gets a lot of airtime on the BBC I've noticed.
Leo the Lion never gets a bleedin look-in down here.
Not sure if the other two even have mascots.

The cheatin ballix stitched Sparky up at the Heiny final. Shiny new kickin' boots v big furry slippers.
3 finals in 4 years-Leo knew that ye don't bring a knife to a gunfight.

Connacht had a big duck last time I was way out west. Munster have a Steg.

What birthday was Sparky celebrating on Mon btw?
The Queen?

Actually this topic probably deserves it's own thread.


the Heiny Final was embarrassing to see Leo all kitted out for the shoot off but fair play to Sparky he is a simply fan doing something he loves unless UR have removed him?

No, still the same Sparky. Must have turned 30 by now! >happyparty >happyparty >happyparty
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Re: Ulsterboys V The Munstermen

Postby big mervyn » Thu Jan 04, 2018 4:13 pm

rocky wrote:
Cockatrice wrote:
ladyboy696969 wrote:
big mervyn wrote:
ladyboy696969 wrote:Oul Sparky gets a lot of airtime on the BBC I've noticed.
Leo the Lion never gets a bleedin look-in down here.
Not sure if the other two even have mascots.

The cheatin ballix stitched Sparky up at the Heiny final. Shiny new kickin' boots v big furry slippers.
3 finals in 4 years-Leo knew that ye don't bring a knife to a gunfight.

Connacht had a big duck last time I was way out west. Munster have a Steg.

What birthday was Sparky celebrating on Mon btw?
The Queen?

Actually this topic probably deserves it's own thread.


the Heiny Final was embarrassing to see Leo all kitted out for the shoot off but fair play to Sparky he is a simply fan doing something he loves unless UR have removed him?

No, still the same Sparky. Must have turned 30 by now! >happyparty >happyparty >happyparty

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Re: Ulsterboys V The Munstermen

Postby Cockatrice » Thu Jan 04, 2018 4:30 pm

rocky wrote:
Cockatrice wrote:
ladyboy696969 wrote:
big mervyn wrote:
ladyboy696969 wrote:Oul Sparky gets a lot of airtime on the BBC I've noticed.
Leo the Lion never gets a bleedin look-in down here.
Not sure if the other two even have mascots.

The cheatin ballix stitched Sparky up at the Heiny final. Shiny new kickin' boots v big furry slippers.
3 finals in 4 years-Leo knew that ye don't bring a knife to a gunfight.

Connacht had a big duck last time I was way out west. Munster have a Steg.

What birthday was Sparky celebrating on Mon btw?
The Queen?

Actually this topic probably deserves it's own thread.


the Heiny Final was embarrassing to see Leo all kitted out for the shoot off but fair play to Sparky he is a simply fan doing something he loves unless UR have removed him?

No, still the same Sparky. Must have turned 30 by now! >happyparty >happyparty >happyparty


rocky... he looks younger in costume then than out of it...
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Re: Ulsterboys V The Munstermen

Postby Rooster » Thu Jan 04, 2018 5:10 pm

Cockatrice wrote:
rocky wrote:
Cockatrice wrote:
ladyboy696969 wrote:
big mervyn wrote:The cheatin ballix stitched Sparky up at the Heiny final. Shiny new kickin' boots v big furry slippers.
3 finals in 4 years-Leo knew that ye don't bring a knife to a gunfight.

Connacht had a big duck last time I was way out west. Munster have a Steg.

What birthday was Sparky celebrating on Mon btw?
The Queen?

Actually this topic probably deserves it's own thread.


the Heiny Final was embarrassing to see Leo all kitted out for the shoot off but fair play to Sparky he is a simply fan doing something he loves unless UR have removed him?

No, still the same Sparky. Must have turned 30 by now! >happyparty >happyparty >happyparty


rocky... he looks younger in costume then than out of it...

He looks fitter than some of the players half his age
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Re: Ulsterboys V The Munstermen

Postby thecrouch » Thu Jan 04, 2018 8:41 pm

Just popped back into my head, I was in using the pi$h pot post match and some chap was talking about how this was day #3999 or whatever.

Baggy, was this you in chatting with Mike about big Trev?
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Re: Ulsterboys V The Munstermen

Postby big mervyn » Thu Jan 04, 2018 9:06 pm

Surely Baggy doesn't p$sh with terrace dwellers now he's been elevated to the stand?
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Re: Ulsterboys V The Munstermen

Postby BaggyTrousers » Thu Jan 04, 2018 9:15 pm

thecrouch wrote:Just popped back into my head, I was in using the pi$h pot post match and some chap was talking about how this was day #3999 or whatever.

Baggy, was this you in chatting with Mike about big Trev?


Nah Crouchie, can't remember the last time I spoke to Mike, possibly Leicester and that is a while back. Anyway, I'm a big Fan of Trev :roll: I especially liked him whilst 2 Ozzies held him and another bate the tar out of him. Great craic.


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Re: Ulsterboys V The Munstermen

Postby Deraless » Thu Jan 04, 2018 10:50 pm

Munster's mascot is Sé the Spud and Connacht have Big Gale the strong wind.
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