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dearboy wrote:
Keith L wrote:
dearboy wrote:
rugbydan wrote:
how did they cheat?

Wow !


Yeah back it up or shut the *fupp* up


Lol how old are you?
Just watch the game, there are so so many, ill start you off with the deliberate slap forward


Roughly how far in?

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Post Re: Ospreys v Munster
dearboy wrote:
Keith L wrote:
dearboy wrote:
rugbydan wrote:
how did they cheat?

Wow !


Yeah back it up or shut the *fupp* up


Lol how old are you?
Just watch the game, there are so so many, ill start you off with the deliberate slap forward


So you are going on the record in print and stating that the officials of a professional televised rugby match cheated, on more than one occasion! Please confirm that is your assertion.

Ta


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Ospreys unlucky not to get a penalty try when Beck was shoulder charged into touch and Munster lucky not to get a yellow card.

Hats off to Munster though; to come back from being so far behind at the start. Os took them apart in the first 30 minutes but then started playing silly stuff - that quick lineout in their own half which put them under pressure was a bit of a turning point I think.

Yes I thought exactly the same, O's unlucky not to win due to that one passage of play.

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Connacht 14-3 up against the Dragons.

Didn't want to give that one, it's own thread

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Post Re: Ospreys v Munster
Good to see another bonus point win with Sam Davies playing 10.


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Good to see another bonus point win with Sam Davies playing 10.


I like his kicking

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Fids the Blindside wrote:
mr messy wrote:
Good to see another bonus point win with Sam Davies playing 10.


I like his kicking


Y'up. He has the full range. Just needs the experience to know what kick and when. Needs some more consistency in his decision making from game to game but think he'll get there


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Post Re: Ospreys v Munster
Notwithstanding the annoying last-gasp loss (ironically echoing Wales v England) and some of the below-par officiating, it was a good, intense game. I'm sure Ospreys will bounce back next week against Glasgow, who seem to really take a nosedive during international periods and don't really have the strength-in-depth that Leinster and Munster do. (Ospreys already won in Glasgow for the first time since 2009 in November, a week after the Munster massacre moreover).


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Post Re: Ospreys v Munster
mr messy wrote:
Good to see another bonus point win with Sam Davies playing 10.


:thumbup: :P :D

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Post Re: Ospreys v Munster
Fids the Blindside wrote:
mr messy wrote:
Good to see another bonus point win with Sam Davies playing 10.


I like his kicking


In the Davies/Patchell/Anscombe shoot out I guess it is currently advantage Sam Davies. Maybe Shingler is starting to put his hand up as well.


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Post Re: Ospreys v Munster
Keith L wrote:
dearboy wrote:
Keith L wrote:
dearboy wrote:
rugbydan wrote:
how did they cheat?

Wow !


Yeah back it up or shut the *fupp* up


Lol how old are you?
Just watch the game, there are so so many, ill start you off with the deliberate slap forward


So you are going on the record in print and stating that the officials of a professional televised rugby match cheated, on more than one occasion! Please confirm that is your assertion.

Ta


Didnt think so, fecking keyboard warrior, all mouth!


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Post Re: Ospreys v Munster
Decent game and ospreys inexperience cost them.

Good turnover from James and lineout to relieve the pressure... but the Munster man comes trough and wins the scrum

Flat kick from Davies and back into the Munster half... over read from the centre and it's back to defending the line

The ospreys pack was very young and maybe lacked some pure physicality. It will be there as they mature though


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Post Re: Ospreys v Munster
spreys their own worse enemies, lost it at the end of the first, who did they think they where playing.

well done munster, never beaten.

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Post Re: Ospreys v Munster
I agree that some of the Ospreys' mistakes were baffling and annoying. Nevertheless, they are far from being the only ones to fall victim this season to a very high performing Munster - Glasgow (3 times when Europe and the Pro 12 are combined), Racing 92, Scarlets, Ulster, Connacht, Edinburgh, Dragons etc. have all failed to beat Munster this season. In other words, it is more that Munster are very good rather than Ospreys are very bad that led to the final score.


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Dan Evans; Keelan Giles, Kieron Fonotia, Ashley Beck, Hanno Dirksen; Sam Davies, Tom Habberfield (capt); Nicky Smith, Scott Baldwin, Rhodri Jones, Lloyd Ashley, Rory Thornton, Olly Cracknell, Sam Underhill, James King.

Replacements: Sam Parry, Paul James, Daniel Suter, Tyler Ardron, Dan Baker, Brendon Leonard, Luke Price, Ben John.


that was't that far off a starting team and the best the could pick. Matevasi usually starts at 12 but injured so wouldn't be available regardless. some say beck should be in the welsh squad so adequate replacement there. lydiate at 6 has been missing most of the season. webb is the starting 9, but again has missed a lot of the season.

and there's some who think sam davies should be starting over biggar anyway. so really it's only awj and tipuric from the starting team that biggar has played with all season. O's have played some really good rugby this season, but when ever they've come up against the top teams, they've come up short. and happened again.

basically they're probably in the right position for them in the league. losing to the teams above them but beating the teams below them.


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