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1 Munster 10 / 37
2 Leinster 10 / 37
3 Ospreys 10 / 36
4 Scarlets 10 / 32

5 Ulster..... 9 / 28
6 Glasgow 10 / 27

7 Blues.... . 10 / 22
8 Connacht 9 / 20
9 Dragons .10 / 15
10 Edinburg 10 / 14
11 Zebre.... 8 / 8
12 Treviso 10 / 6




Next fixtures;

FRIDAY 23RD DECEMBER 2016
18:35. Treviso v Zebre
19:35.Ulster v Connacht

MONDAY 26TH DECEMBER 2016
14:05. Blues v Dragons.
16:05.Edinburgh v Glasgow
17:30. Munster v Leinster

TUESDAY 27TH DECEMBER 2016
15:00.Ospreys v Scarlets

SATURDAY 31ST DECEMBER 2016
13:00. Treviso v Glasgow
14:00.Zebrev Edinburgh
15:00.Leinster v Ulster
17:30. Connacht v Munster

SUNDAY 1ST JANUARY 2017
15:00. Scarlets v Blues
17:05. Dragons v Ospreys.



http://www.pro12rugby.com/championship-table/

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Sun Dec 04, 2016 11:04 am
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Post Re: Pro 12 League Table
Is this the official thread?

It's good.


Sun Dec 04, 2016 12:20 pm
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Looks like next season's champions cup is almost decided already. It's going to be a heck of a fight for top four.

Having said that, there's a lot of rugby still to be played and the Christmas Derbys could be crucial.

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Post Re: Pro 12 League Table
Unfortunately, I think the Scarlets will drop out of the top four again, because:

(a) Most likely they will lose against a much-improved Ospreys at the Liberty, and I don't fancy their chances against Ulster in January either.
(b) Ulster have a game in hand over them against Zebre, and most likely will score loads of tries whenever that match is rescheduled and will probably do well in several other matches too.


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Yes I agree, Scarlets wont stay in the top 4 for long. It's a shame the Blues form has dropped off a bit as we could have done with another Welsh team taking points of the Irish sides.

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Post Re: Pro 12 League Table
Round 11 complete.




1 Munster .11 / 42
2 Ospreys. 11 / 40
3 Leinster .11 / 37
4 Ulster......10 / 32

5 Scarlets 11 / 32
6 Glasgow ..11 / 31

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7 Blues.... . 11 / 26
8 Connacht . 10 / 20
9 Dragons.. .11 / 15
10 Edinburg 11 / 14
11 Treviso....11 / 10
12 Zebre ......9 / 8




Next fixtures;


SATURDAY 31ST DECEMBER 2016
13:00. Treviso v Glasgow
14:00.Zebrev Edinburgh
15:00.Leinster v Ulster
17:30. Connacht v Munster

SUNDAY 1ST JANUARY 2017
15:00. Scarlets v Blues
17:05. Dragons v Ospreys.



http://www.pro12rugby.com/championship-table/

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Tue Dec 27, 2016 6:45 pm
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Ulster's game in hand is against Zebre too

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Post Re: Pro 12 League Table
Fids the Blindside wrote:
Ulster's game in hand is against Zebre too


As is Connacht's (although even a likely 5 point win would still place them just below the Blues).


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Not looking good for Connacht to make headway up the table until they can reduce their injury list.

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Finlay Bealham sustained a head injury v Ulster and will follow return to play protocols.

Ronan Loughney has undergone minor surgery on his knee injury and will be out of action for 6 weeks.

Conor Carey will be out for 3 months with the foot injury sustained v Wasps.

Dominic Robertson McCoy is undergoing rehabilitation for a shoulder injury sustained in training.

Ivan Soroka is continuing his foot rehabilitation under the supervision of the medical and fitness team and is due to return to play in mid-February.

Locks:

Ultan Dillane sustained an ankle injury in the final minutes v Ulster and is awaiting a scan to determine the extent of the injury.

Andrew Browne is continuing his ankle rehabilitation under the supervision of the medical and fitness teams for the injury sustained vs Dragons and is due to return to play in February.
Back Row:

John Muldoon sustained a minor thigh injury v Ulster and will be monitored during the week prior to the Munster game.

Jake Heenan is due to reintegrate into training with the squad this week following his knee and ankle injuries sustained in the Wasps round 3 game.

Eoghan Masterson is progressing well in his knee rehabilitation with the medical and fitness staff and is due to be available in the coming weeks

Scrum Half:

John Cooney sustained a thigh injury in training this month and his undergoing rehabilitation with the medical and fitness teams.

FlyHalf:
Marnitz Boshoff has undergone surgery for the shoulder injury he sustained v Treviso and will be out for 3 months.

Shane O’Leary is continuing his recovery and following the graduated return to play protocols for concussion.
Centre:

Craig Ronaldson is progressing well in his thigh rehabilitation and is due to be available in mid-January.

Peter Robb is due to reintegrate into training with the squad this week following his thigh injury.

Bundee Aki has undergone surgery on his ankle injury and will commence his rehabilitation this week. He is due to return in mid-February.

Stacey Ili is progressing well in his ankle rehabilitation and will return to running this week.

Eoin Griffin is undergoing rehabilitation for a chest muscle injury and is due to return in March 2017.



Back Three:

Cian Kelleher is continuing his rehabilitation for the hamstring injury he sustained v Wasps (round 3) and will return to running this week.


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Post Re: Pro 12 League Table
Fingal wrote:
Not looking good for Connacht to make headway up the table until they can reduce their injury list.

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Quote:
Props:

Finlay Bealham sustained a head injury v Ulster and will follow return to play protocols.

Ronan Loughney has undergone minor surgery on his knee injury and will be out of action for 6 weeks.

Conor Carey will be out for 3 months with the foot injury sustained v Wasps.

Dominic Robertson McCoy is undergoing rehabilitation for a shoulder injury sustained in training.

Ivan Soroka is continuing his foot rehabilitation under the supervision of the medical and fitness team and is due to return to play in mid-February.

Locks:

Ultan Dillane sustained an ankle injury in the final minutes v Ulster and is awaiting a scan to determine the extent of the injury.

Andrew Browne is continuing his ankle rehabilitation under the supervision of the medical and fitness teams for the injury sustained vs Dragons and is due to return to play in February.
Back Row:

John Muldoon sustained a minor thigh injury v Ulster and will be monitored during the week prior to the Munster game.

Jake Heenan is due to reintegrate into training with the squad this week following his knee and ankle injuries sustained in the Wasps round 3 game.

Eoghan Masterson is progressing well in his knee rehabilitation with the medical and fitness staff and is due to be available in the coming weeks

Scrum Half:

John Cooney sustained a thigh injury in training this month and his undergoing rehabilitation with the medical and fitness teams.

FlyHalf:
Marnitz Boshoff has undergone surgery for the shoulder injury he sustained v Treviso and will be out for 3 months.

Shane O’Leary is continuing his recovery and following the graduated return to play protocols for concussion.
Centre:

Craig Ronaldson is progressing well in his thigh rehabilitation and is due to be available in mid-January.

Peter Robb is due to reintegrate into training with the squad this week following his thigh injury.

Bundee Aki has undergone surgery on his ankle injury and will commence his rehabilitation this week. He is due to return in mid-February.

Stacey Ili is progressing well in his ankle rehabilitation and will return to running this week.

Eoin Griffin is undergoing rehabilitation for a chest muscle injury and is due to return in March 2017.



Back Three:

Cian Kelleher is continuing his rehabilitation for the hamstring injury he sustained v Wasps (round 3) and will return to running this week.


Indeed. As I have already said, while they are certainly a somewhat more competitive and organised team than the Dragons and probably Edinburgh, last season was very much a one-off a la Leicester City.


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Post Re: Pro 12 League Table
Llew wrote:
Round 11 complete.




1 Munster - 11 / 42
2 Ospreys. 11 / 40
3 Leinster .11 / 37
4 Ulster......10 / 32

5 Scarlets 11 / 32
6 Glasgow ..11 / 31

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7 Blues.... . 11 / 26
8 Connacht . 10 / 20
9 Dragons.. .11 / 15
10 Edinburg 11 / 14
11 Treviso....11 / 10
12 Zebre ......9 / 8


It's all to play for for the Ospreys.


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Round 12 complete. I think the current top 6 are going to be the final top 6. That gap between 6th and 7th is going to widen, when Ulster play their game in hand. Good to see Ospreys & Scarlets in the top 4. Blues have failed to deliver yet again. And as for the Dragons..........




1 Munster - 12 / 46
2 Ospreys. 12 / 44
3 Leinster .12 / 41
4 Scarlets. 12 / 36

5 Glasgow 12 / 36
6 Ulster....11 / 32

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7 Blues.... .. 12 / 27
8 Connacht . 11 / 21
9 Edinburgh .12 / 18
10 Dragons. 12 / 15
11 Treviso....12 / 11
12 Zebre .....10 / 9

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Sun Jan 01, 2017 8:34 pm
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Leinster have a good chance of making some serious ground coming up as there next 4 fixtures are against the bottom 4 teams.


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Cathalsmart wrote:
Leinster have a good chance of making some serious ground coming up as there next 4 fixtures are against the bottom 4 teams.


I think it evens out obviously, and the international windows hurt the Ospreys more than most. I see Munster, Leinster, Ospreys and Glasgow as the Top 4, provided Glasgow does not lose too much ground during the 6 Nations.

The Scarlets don't earn enough Bonus Points to threaten the top 4. Getting a little better, but that 3 loss start was unforgivable.

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Post Re: Pro 12 League Table
When they have a full-strength team, Leinster are the strongest Pro 12 team by some distance (only that IRFU centralised player management and international call-ups do hinder them at times). What is also fascinating is how, in Wales, the West-East divide appears to be getting worse, and it is no coincidence that the Wales internationals who have regressed the most in recent years - Cuthbert, Warburton, Lloyd Williams etc. - come disproportionately from the Blues. The only question is whether it is their poor club form that has translated in turn into poor international form or the other way round.


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