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Yet another retiree

Postby Kofi Annan » Fri May 04, 2018 7:12 pm

From Ulster Rugby
Ulster Rugby’s Kitchen Sink has decided to call it a day after 50years at the Club, Kitchen Sink states that he has had a wonderful career at the club since he first arrived and was mearly a pot to pi$h in. He now feels it is time to retire . He has seen many Presidents and CEOs come and go , but feels nows the time for the Kitchen Sink to also leave.

“I am proud to say that i arrived as a pi$h pot , but I am now proud to be a Belfast Sink" but the time is right with so many other grates leaving.

Bryn Cunningham, Ulster's Operations Director, paid tribute to Kitchens sinks service to the Ulster Rugby

"Since the moment he arrived as a pot to pi$h in , he has risen through the club to be thee Kitchen Sink, he has been , an seen some sights, even had Justin Fitzpatrick wash his ball in the Sink after the semi final win in 99.he has fond memories of Stuarty Duncan throwing up in him after a court session , and being shît in by Justin Harrison.

"This Sink has been an outstanding servant to Ulster Rugby and will be missed by staff, players and and Ethel, He has been an absolute porcelain pleasure to work alongside and we wish him,plug and his scrubber all the best on their new location at Creagh Road Methodist Church hall.

Bryn Cunningham would also like to confirm that Ethel has signed for another three years , this is solid news for players and staff who thought she may have left with the kitchen sink.

CEO, was not available for comment.
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Re: Yet another retiree

Postby Snipe Watson » Fri May 04, 2018 7:15 pm

Kofi Annan wrote:From Ulster Rugby
Ulster Rugby’s Kitchen Sink has decided to call it a day after 50years at the Club, Kitchen Sink states that he has had a wonderful career at the club since he first arrived and was mearly a pot to pi$h in. He now feels it is time to retire . He has seen many Presidents and CEOs come and go , but feels nows the time for the Kitchen Sink to also leave.

“I am proud to say that i arrived as a pi$h pot , but I am now proud to be a Belfast Sink" but the time is right with so many other grates leaving.

Bryn Cunningham, Ulster's Operations Director, paid tribute to Kitchens sinks service to the Ulster Rugby

"Since the moment he arrived as a pot to pi$h in , he has risen through the club to be thee Kitchen Sink, he has been , an seen some sights, even had Justin Fitzpatrick wash his ball in the Sink after the semi final win in 99.he has fond memories of Stuarty Duncan throwing up in him after a court session , and being shît in by Justin Harrison.

"This Sink has been an outstanding servant to Ulster Rugby and will be missed by staff, players and and Ethel, He has been an absolute porcelain pleasure to work alongside and we wish him,plug and his scrubber all the best on their new location at Creagh Road Methodist Church hall.

Bryn Cunningham would also like to confirm that Ethel has signed for another three years , this is solid news for players and staff who thought she may have left with the kitchen sink.

CEO, was not available for comment.

Shocking. This is an outrage.
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Re: Yet another retiree

Postby Russ » Fri May 04, 2018 7:26 pm

Goodbye sink

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Re: Yet another retiree

Postby LegsLikeSausages » Fri May 04, 2018 7:55 pm

I remember Sink fondly. I pi$hed in him more than once.
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Re: Yet another retiree

Postby Cap'n Grumpy » Fri May 04, 2018 8:40 pm

Not just a great at Ravers.

Kitchen sink was often seen at away matches too.

Was often thrown AT Ulster Rugby, but in them days we stood up to things like that.

Kitchen Sink departs with my best wishes.
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Postby Rooster » Fri May 04, 2018 10:36 pm

Cap'n Grumpy wrote:Not just a great at Ravers.

Kitchen sink was often seen at away matches too.

Was often thrown AT Ulster Rugby, but in them days we stood up to things like that.

Kitchen Sink departs with my best wishes.
That goes back a bit Grumps !
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Re: Yet another retiree

Postby Cap'n Grumpy » Fri May 04, 2018 10:41 pm

Rooster wrote:
Cap'n Grumpy wrote:Not just a great at Ravers.

Kitchen sink was often seen at away matches too.

Was often thrown AT Ulster Rugby, but in them days we stood up to things like that.

Kitchen Sink departs with my best wishes.
That goes back a bit Grumps !

Well, Justin Harrison who was quoted by Kofi in the original post is in the background there.

Kitchen sink has been a long an faithful servant of Ulster Rugby.

I didn't attend the last match at Ravers this season, but I might have considered differently had I known it was gonna be Kitchen sink's last home match and been getting a send-off like Tammy and p.
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Re: Yet another retiree

Postby Liz Fraser » Fri May 04, 2018 10:56 pm

Thought I had some good news.
Read that Brive centre and French international centre Benoit Baby had signed for Ulster along with the lesser profile addition of Loughborough student Andrew Bywater.

In a statement from Shane Logan he stated "We can confirm we had interest in both players and both were on the verge of signing. However certain aspects we can't disclose came to light, not that I'm one to start a rumour or stir stuff or anything but the upshot was neither deal was feasible. Due to our family values we feel we had no option but to throw Baby out with Bywater."
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Re: Yet another retiree

Postby 222toHounslow » Sat May 05, 2018 12:27 am

Just relieved that Ethel has re-signed
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Re: Yet another retiree

Postby mid ulster maestro » Sat May 05, 2018 6:58 am

We'll really be up sh1t creek if trap 2 decides to call it a day.
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Re: Yet another retiree

Postby Tender » Sat May 05, 2018 7:38 am

Hearing rumours our retiring Belfast Kitchen sink will be replaced by some Eurotrash sink called Franke. This is yet another dilution of the Ulster Brand and an example of the consumerism which has blighted our Club.
Yet another attempt to scrub away our history and soft soap the loyal supporters. We must resist this and I personally will be campaigning with Vim and vigour as I scour the province for support. I’ll be Dishing out leaflets informing supporters of our disgust. This won’t just be just a Flash in the pan. We won’t be easily flushed away.
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Re: Yet another retiree

Postby Liz Fraser » Mon May 07, 2018 10:22 am

UR announced yet another retiree yesrday with Robbie Diack's contact pillow stepping down with immediate effect.
Kobus Kushion said," I first started working with Robbie after he left school nearly 20 years ago when he discovered me in his nans attic.
The grounds in South Africa were very hard and unforgiving so to give hm confidence I would allow him to throw me out before landing on me to absorb the impact".

It was on arriving at Ulster that Kobus became an integral part of Robbies play, " The pitches were not as hard so I became more involved with Robbies player contact situations where he would carry me into a tackle so it wouldn't hurt him quite as much.We took his game to new levels as we realised if he didn't get hurt he would always be available. I am however very sad to part ways with Robbie but I have been offered other work as Jared Paynes splinter preventer so you'll still see me about the place if you look hard enough."

Bryn Cunningham Ulsters something or other, said in a statement, "This is indeed sad news for Ulster Rugby as Kobus has been such a loyal servant over the years. As well as keeping Robbie safe, Kobus has also doubled up as Rodney Ah You's training partner so his work behind the scenes has been immeasurable. However on a good news front Paul Marshall's rugby intelligence announced it was coming out of retirement since it first hung up its boots in 2006 and will now looking at taking on a senior management position within the club."

Shane Logan was unavailable for comment.
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Re: Yet another retiree

Postby big mervyn » Mon May 07, 2018 10:34 am

If you ask for a Robbie Diack in East Belfast coffee shops they give you a "flat white".
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Re: Yet another retiree

Postby Tender » Wed May 09, 2018 8:16 am

With the wee marshmallows on top. Let's not forget the wee mallows.
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Re: Yet another retiree

Postby BaggyTrousers » Wed May 09, 2018 10:14 am

Only seeing this thread now. Top work Kofi, I snorted several times. :thumleft:
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