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ULSTER JNRs

Postby Gerald the Mole » Sat Apr 29, 2017 12:09 pm

Ulster Juniors team to play Munster, Saturday 29th April at Randalstown RFC, kick-off 2.30pm:

(15-9): Philip Cartmill (Cooke), Robert Baloucoune (Enniskillen), Mikey Poskitt (Coleraine), Calum Irvine (CIYMS), Mitchell McComb (Grosvenor), Bokkie Carstens (Coleraine), Allen McCluggage (Grosvenor);
(1-8): Chris Nash (Captain, Coleraine), Alan Whitely (CIYMS), Gary Hume (Randalstown), Josh Christie (Coleraine), Michael Ferguson (Coleraine), Brian Hughes (Coleraine), Andy McKeen (Carrickfergus), Andrew Kelly (Grosvenor).

Replacements from: Adam McDonald (Dromore), Alan Ferguson (Enniskillen), David Greatorex (Coleraine), Toby Mannus (Cooke), Jason Gilliland (CIYMS), Matthew Cahoon (Grosvenor), Grant Bartley (Ballyclare), Martin Connolly (Randalstown), Ryan Garrett (Larne), David Scott (Instonians), Robert Smith (Ballyclare)


Hope picking so many from Q2 is not a sign of coaching immaturity and not stepping outside your comfort zone.
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Re: ULSTER JNRs

Postby Russ » Sat Apr 29, 2017 12:52 pm

Macca is a cracking prop

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Re: ULSTER JNRs

Postby Gerald the Mole » Sun Apr 30, 2017 9:03 am

Gotta say I was wrong, a good performance to what had to be the worse Jnr Munster team I have seen in years, they looked totally disinterested with no clue on what they were doing, I am sure the painted kerbstones and flags flying from lampposts give them a taste of Ulster culture.

Stand out performances from the Ulster 8, 9 and 14, only thing I thought was a fècking disgrace was the Ulster coach behind the posts, every time, Mumster got momentum and was threatening to get through the Ulster defence , started screaming at The top of his voice HEAD INJURY, HEAD INJURY! ,at no stage was there anyone on the ground during this or obvious signs of a clash, it was all about trying to get the ref to blow his whistle to break up the Munster attack, BTW, I saw him do this before in Q2 games, bad sportsmanship to say the least.

I know it's only a Junior game, but really, is Randalstown the best venue.
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Postby scrum5 » Sun Apr 30, 2017 12:27 pm

Name and shame him GTM
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Postby Gerald the Mole » Sun Apr 30, 2017 1:01 pm

scrum5 wrote:Name and shame him GTM


Don't know the name.
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Re: ULSTER JNRs

Postby scrum5 » Sun Apr 30, 2017 1:23 pm

No problems Gerald, it was one of the following, Head Coach Richard Boyd or his assistants Robert Ford and Michael Ferguson
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Postby Rooster » Sun Apr 30, 2017 1:27 pm

If that is true he should be getting a good boot up the hole by Ulster Branch and a touchline ban, head injury is not something to be messed with at any level.
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Postby Gerald the Mole » Sun Apr 30, 2017 1:29 pm

Either of the first two I believe. I watched the Grosvenor Coleraine game in March and I heard the same crap, he had a baseball cap on, Ferguson I believe was playing yesterday so not him.
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Re: ULSTER JNRs

Postby TheSnapper » Sun Apr 30, 2017 5:14 pm

It's been mentioned before, poor form to be very honest.
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Postby dublane » Sun Apr 30, 2017 6:32 pm

Mentioned before about whom? reasonably big crowd at the game yesterday, didn't hear any of the head injury stuff. thought the Ulster side played well, Munster were poorly organised. Could've been a bigger score. Ford was on the sideline with the juniors subs , rather than behind the posts. Surely a better venue could be found for games like these?
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Re: ULSTER JNRs

Postby Russ » Sun Apr 30, 2017 6:45 pm

dublane wrote:Mentioned before about whom? reasonably big crowd at the game yesterday, didn't hear any of the head injury stuff. thought the Ulster side played well, Munster were poorly organised. Could've been a bigger score. Ford was on the sideline with the juniors subs , rather than behind the posts. Surely a better venue could be found for games like these?

Banbridge would have been a decent venue

Or Dromore

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Re: ULSTER JNRs

Postby moyletra » Sun Apr 30, 2017 7:18 pm

Deny Randalstown a few £ across their bar? Every junior club would have been able to bid for the fixture.

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Re: ULSTER JNRs

Postby dublane » Sun May 07, 2017 3:35 pm

Juniors won yesterday, 36-5 vs Connacht in Ballina, 2 tries for Hughes (Coleraine), 2 tries for Carstens (Coleraine), 1 try for Mckeen (Carrick)
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Re: ULSTER JNRs

Postby scrum5 » Sat May 13, 2017 4:32 pm

Juniors beat Leinster 34-15 today
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Re: ULSTER JNRs

Postby Russ » Sat May 13, 2017 5:42 pm

feck i hate leinster

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