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Ulster v Edinburgh Friday 16th Feb 7:35pm BBC2NI

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

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Re: Ulster v Edinburgh Friday 16th Feb 7:35pm BBC2NI

Postby Rooster » Wed Feb 14, 2018 2:39 pm

Neill_M wrote:Possible squad:

Ulster: Louis Ludik, Craig Gilroy, Luke Marshall, Stuart McCloskey, Andrew Trimble; Johnny McPhillips, John Cooney, Kyle McCall, Rob Herring, Wiehahn Herbst, Alan O'Connor, Kieran Treadwell, Matthew Rea, Chris Henry, Nick Timoney

John Andrew, Andrew Warwick, Rodney Ah You, Matthew Dalton, Greg Jones, Jonny Stewart, Darren Cave, Peter Nelson

Alternatively in the back row - there may be a rare sighting of Jean Deysel.
They have also said Tommy is fit to play
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Re: Ulster v Edinburgh Friday 16th Feb 7:35pm BBC2NI

Postby Neill_M » Wed Feb 14, 2018 3:29 pm

Rooster wrote:
Neill_M wrote:Possible squad:

Ulster: Louis Ludik, Craig Gilroy, Luke Marshall, Stuart McCloskey, Andrew Trimble; Johnny McPhillips, John Cooney, Kyle McCall, Rob Herring, Wiehahn Herbst, Alan O'Connor, Kieran Treadwell, Matthew Rea, Chris Henry, Nick Timoney

John Andrew, Andrew Warwick, Rodney Ah You, Matthew Dalton, Greg Jones, Jonny Stewart, Darren Cave, Peter Nelson

Alternatively in the back row - there may be a rare sighting of Jean Deysel.
They have also said Tommy is fit to play


Interesting TB's comeback was mentioned in the BBC article, but not in this week's injury report on the UR site.
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Re: Ulster v Edinburgh Friday 16th Feb 7:35pm BBC2NI

Postby Dave » Wed Feb 14, 2018 3:35 pm

Gilroy and Timoney signed up to 2021.
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Re: Ulster v Edinburgh Friday 16th Feb 7:35pm BBC2NI

Postby Joe Schmo » Wed Feb 14, 2018 4:09 pm

Dave wrote:He might have a new one liner up his sleeve.
Nige is a toponeliner.
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Re: Ulster v Edinburgh Friday 16th Feb 7:35pm BBC2NI

Postby Dave » Wed Feb 14, 2018 5:13 pm

Timoney's grandparents are from Ulster. I consider him an ulster player rescued from a poor setup down south.
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Re: Ulster v Edinburgh Friday 16th Feb 7:35pm BBC2NI

Postby 10 or 15 only » Wed Feb 14, 2018 6:19 pm

Dave wrote:Timoney's grandparents are from Ulster.


Don't hold that against him.

MOTM IMO last week.
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Re: Ulster v Edinburgh Friday 16th Feb 7:35pm BBC2NI

Postby Dave » Wed Feb 14, 2018 6:29 pm

Joe will
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Re: Ulster v Edinburgh Friday 16th Feb 7:35pm BBC2NI

Postby Tender » Wed Feb 14, 2018 6:39 pm

So does he qualify as a Nordiebastid?
He's been impressive and it's great to see him move to Lisburn.
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Re: Ulster v Edinburgh Friday 16th Feb 7:35pm BBC2NI

Postby BaggyTrousers » Wed Feb 14, 2018 8:26 pm

Tender wrote:So does he qualify as a Nordiebastid?
He's been impressive and it's great to see him move to Lisburn.


Lisburn or Greater Lisburn to include Dundonald and Spanners?

He has been excellent, great pace as a backrow, shows you don't need to be like Fat Nick or Billy Vunibastard to make yards. He also tackles above his weight. A well deserving case for a contract. :thumleft:

For those dreading Deysel appearing, he has one stat in his favour, not enormous but 10 turnovers in 8 games.

Wonder how Bad Back Black is diddlin'?
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Re: Ulster v Edinburgh Friday 16th Feb 7:35pm BBC2NI

Postby twiglet » Thu Feb 15, 2018 11:49 am

If Ulster lose on Friday night to Edinburgh they will not qualify for the top six and hence Heiney. This could do more to get rid of Logan than any committee.

This should have been an easy season for us - only playing Glasgow at home, Cheetahs at home and Ospreys at home. Didn't consider however, a loss to Zebre or being stuffed at Galway.
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Re: Ulster v Edinburgh Friday 16th Feb 7:35pm BBC2NI

Postby Neill_M » Thu Feb 15, 2018 12:13 pm

Edinburgh:

15. Dougie Fife 14. Jason Harries 13. Mark Bennett 12. Chris Dean 11. Duhan van der Merwe 10. Jaco van der Walt 9. Sam Hidalgo-Clyne 1. Jordan Lay 2. Neil Cochrane 3. Murray McCallum 4. Fraser McKenzie (C) 5. Lewis Carmichael 6. Bill Mata 7. John Hardie 8. Cornell du Preez

16. Cameron Fenton 17. Rory Sutherland 18. Eliot Millar Mills 19. Magnus Bradbury 20. Luke Crosbie 21. Nathan Fowles 22. Duncan Weir 23. Glenn Bryce
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Re: Ulster v Edinburgh Friday 16th Feb 7:35pm BBC2NI

Postby Dave » Thu Feb 15, 2018 12:59 pm

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Re: Ulster v Edinburgh Friday 16th Feb 7:35pm BBC2NI

Postby Neill_M » Thu Feb 15, 2018 1:21 pm

A rare sighting of the lesser spotted Deysel!


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Re: Ulster v Edinburgh Friday 16th Feb 7:35pm BBC2NI

Postby Dave » Thu Feb 15, 2018 1:24 pm

A clean slate for him and everybody else with Jonno as top dog.
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Re: Ulster v Edinburgh Friday 16th Feb 7:35pm BBC2NI

Postby BaggyTrousers » Thu Feb 15, 2018 2:00 pm

twiglet wrote:If Ulster lose on Friday night to Edinburgh they will not qualify for the top six and hence Heiney. This could do more to get rid of Logan than any committee.

This should have been an easy season for us - only playing Glasgow at home, Cheetahs at home and Ospreys at home. Didn't consider however, a loss to Zebre or being stuffed at Galway.



Almost but not quite right Twiggy. There is a 7th SDC place. There will be a playoff between 4th in the Weak section and given Cheetahs in top 3, 5th in the Strong section.

Given the points UR have accumulated it will be a home game, currently against Connacht but I’d bet on them getting ahead of Caaaadiff. So win that or be in Parker Pen is the worst case scenario. However I just want to remind the class that Mexico and Scaaaaalets play home and away in the next few rounds. If one loses both games the loser will be dragged right back to fighting range of Ulster and Embra.

If asked to wager in UR making the top 2 I’d happily put Terry’s life in it.

I think we will be in the SDC and I think we’ll win on Friday night, however Cockers has them scrapping for ever game, it’ll be a balltightener and a good test of young M’Phillips.
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