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Ulster Academy 2018-19

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Re: Ulster Academy 2018-19

Postby Gerald the Mole » Wed Sep 05, 2018 11:21 pm

scrum5 wrote:Ulster were winning 20-7 when I left with 5 minutes to go, Rodney played the 2nd half at LH and scored Ulster's 2nd try from a metre out, Aaron Sexton scored the 1st try, that boy has speed to burn and a step of the right foot that will leave many an opposition sitting on their backside, Lowry quiet 1st half but much better 2nd half with a few line breaks, thought the No.8 who I assume is Jonah Mau'u was the best of the backrowers with some strong carries, Ulster's no.4 Jack Regan also had a couple of turnovers and carried well...Curtis ok, done twice for feeding the scrum and I don't mean Rodders was hungry....


Did any of the Leinster players enjoy their night out in Belfast after the game .
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Re: Ulster Academy 2018-19

Postby Dave » Thu Sep 06, 2018 12:12 am

Why do I feel like there is a story behind this?
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Re: Ulster Academy 2018-19

Postby Russ » Thu Sep 06, 2018 6:35 am

Gerald the Mole wrote:
scrum5 wrote:Ulster were winning 20-7 when I left with 5 minutes to go, Rodney played the 2nd half at LH and scored Ulster's 2nd try from a metre out, Aaron Sexton scored the 1st try, that boy has speed to burn and a step of the right foot that will leave many an opposition sitting on their backside, Lowry quiet 1st half but much better 2nd half with a few line breaks, thought the No.8 who I assume is Jonah Mau'u was the best of the backrowers with some strong carries, Ulster's no.4 Jack Regan also had a couple of turnovers and carried well...Curtis ok, done twice for feeding the scrum and I don't mean Rodders was hungry....


Did any of the Leinster players enjoy their night out in Belfast after the game .
Believe this is being suppresswd by the LIRFU PR machine (as the last few have too)

Leinster players would never do things like that. That's reserved for expendable Ulster players

Wee Joey family running the PR machine?

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Re: Ulster Academy 2018-19

Postby caledoniancelt » Thu Sep 06, 2018 7:42 am

Were some young Mexicans misbehaving perchance?
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Re: Ulster Academy 2018-19

Postby Russ » Thu Sep 06, 2018 12:11 pm

caledoniancelt wrote:Were some young Mexicans misbehaving perchance?
She spotted her opportunity and went for it again


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Re: Ulster Academy 2018-19

Postby BaggyTrousers » Thu Sep 06, 2018 1:13 pm

Russ wrote:
caledoniancelt wrote:Were some young Mexicans misbehaving perchance?
She spotted her opportunity and went for it again


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Re: Ulster Academy 2018-19

Postby therealspratt » Thu Sep 06, 2018 1:19 pm

Oh come now Baggy stop with this tom kite. It should be beneath you.
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Ulster Academy 2018-19

Postby Neill_M » Thu Sep 06, 2018 1:45 pm

Wrong thread.
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Re: Ulster Academy 2018-19

Postby UlsterNo9 » Thu Sep 06, 2018 8:12 pm

Ulster A team to play Leinster A, Celtic Cup Round 1, Friday 7th September at Malone RFC (5.00pm):

(15-9): Peter Nelson, Aaron Sexton, Jack Owens, James Hume, Iwan Hughes, Johnny McPhillips, Jonny Stewart;

(1-8): Schalk van der Merwe, Peter Cromie, Rodney Ah You, Peter Browne, Alex Thompson, Caleb Montgomery, Chris Henry (C), Greg Jones.

Replacements: Paul McGookin, Peter Cooper, Michael Cromie, Matthew Rea, Marcus Rea, Graham Curtis, Bruce Houston, Michael Stronge.
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Re: Ulster Academy 2018-19

Postby Dave » Thu Sep 06, 2018 8:13 pm

Off topic
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Re: Ulster Academy 2018-19

Postby UlsterNo9 » Thu Sep 06, 2018 10:43 pm

Dave wrote:Off topic



Being a landlord seems like a cushy job Dave, but is it? Lets look at the arguments for and against owning and renting out a property. On the face of it, being a landlord seems like an easy gig. After all, you're getting a lot of money every month for not doing very much, right? Well, not necessarily. Think of the kids playing rugby in the street with concrete blocks. Being a landlord can be a complex and time-consuming job, and the legalities and financial obligations involved mean it's not right for everyone.

In short Dave you're talking out your brennan.
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Re: Ulster Academy 2018-19

Postby Dave » Thu Sep 06, 2018 10:47 pm

UlsterNo9 wrote:
Dave wrote:Off topic



Being a landlord seems like a cushy job Dave, but is it? Lets look at the arguments for and against owning and renting out a property. On the face of it, being a landlord seems like an easy gig. After all, you're getting a lot of money every month for not doing very much, right? Well, not necessarily. Think of the kids playing rugby in the street with concrete blocks. Being a landlord can be a complex and time-consuming job, and the legalities and financial obligations involved mean it's not right for everyone.

In short Dave you're talking out your brennan.
Genuinely lolled at this
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Re: Ulster Academy 2018-19

Postby Gerald the Mole » Thu Sep 06, 2018 11:23 pm

UlsterNo9 wrote:
Ulster A team to play Leinster A, Celtic Cup Round 1, Friday 7th September at Malone RFC (5.00pm):

(15-9): Peter Nelson, Aaron Sexton, Jack Owens, James Hume, Iwan Hughes, Johnny McPhillips, Jonny Stewart;

(1-8): Schalk van der Merwe, Peter Cromie, Rodney Ah You, Peter Browne, Alex Thompson, Caleb Montgomery, Chris Henry (C), Greg Jones.

Replacements: Paul McGookin, Peter Cooper, Michael Cromie, Matthew Rea, Marcus Rea, Graham Curtis, Bruce Houston, Michael Stronge.


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Re: Ulster Academy 2018-19

Postby Gerald the Mole » Thu Sep 06, 2018 11:24 pm

Neill_M wrote:Tom Daly will captain Leinster Rugby ‘A’ when they face Ulster Rugby ‘A’ in the first round of the new Celtic Cup at Malone RFC on Friday evening (KO 5pm).

15. Hugo Keenan 14. Michael Silvester 13. Conor O’Brien 12. Tom Daly 11. Jack Kelly 10. Harry Byrne 9. Paddy Patterson 1. Ed Byrne 2. Ronan Kelleher 3. Vakh Abdaladze 4. Ross Molony 5. Jack Dunne 6. Oisín Dowling 7. Scott Penny 8. Caelan Doris

16. Dan Sheehan 17. Giuseppe Coyne 18. Jack Aungier 19. Ronan Foley 20. Ronan Watters 21. Hugh O’Sullivan 22. David Hawkshaw 23. Liam Turner


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Re: Ulster Academy 2018-19

Postby kingofthehill » Mon Sep 17, 2018 7:53 pm

Cooney just replied to a link from a rugby website about Michael Lowry

http://youtu.be/V5vNpkv6F6A?a


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