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Ireland vs Argentina, Dublin, Saturday 
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Cathalsmart wrote:
I'm astonished Argentina were able to keep going, fair play to them.


I'm just glad that match didn't go another 15 mins.

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Sat Nov 25, 2017 8:42 pm
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Me neither, I am actually quite happy with the autumn with the 6N on the horizon because atleast now we have something to work on whereas last autumn we put a target on our back.


Sat Nov 25, 2017 8:54 pm
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Me neither, I am actually quite happy with the autumn with the 6N on the horizon because atleast now we have something to work on whereas last autumn we put a target on our back.


Agreed and we have some really promising players emerging, such as Stockdale and Aki was fantastic again today.

Stander is an absolute gem. SA missed a trick there.

Oh and that tackle from Farrell.... :clap:

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Sat Nov 25, 2017 9:09 pm
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Post Re: Ireland vs Argentina, Dublin, Saturday
I enjoyed the match, although both sides made too many handling errors and knock-ons in the first half. I also liked it how Argentina brought themselves back into the game and didn't let Ireland walk all over them like SA did.


Sat Nov 25, 2017 9:16 pm
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Post Re: Ireland vs Argentina, Dublin, Saturday
ireland were never in real danger in the match . james ryan and stockdale are real stars in the making


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Abertawe Leinster wrote:
Stander is an absolute gem. SA missed a trick there.[/color][/b]

If by missed a trick you mean we couldn't match the Euro, then yeah.
We tried to keep him, I remember the Bok coach having a meeting with him to outline his plans, and his Franchise coach offering him the captaincy but alas, money and security won out.

Not a criticism of him, it's a high-paying job with safety benefits after all, not quite sure I'd do differently.

Still pissed at him butt-punching Lambie in the face though :D

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Not a criticism of him, it's a high-paying job with safety benefits after all, not quite sure I'd do differently.

Still pissed at him butt-punching Lambie in the face though :D


Lambie has had a pasting in terms of hia.

Good news, he took a contract with Racing on his return after lay off ... started playing 15 ..watched him play 10 recently and he was excellent! Hope all continues to go well with him! I have never seen anybody that kcks pens withsuch height!...he often kicks 'em higher than the posts.

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