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Ireland v France, Saturday, February 25

Post by rapidsnowman on Thu 23 Feb 2017, 10:49 am

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2017 Saturday, February 25

Aviva Stadium, 4.50pm (live RTÉ Two/UTV/ITV/DMAX/FR2/RTÉ Radio 1)

IRELAND: Team to be confirmed

FRANCE: (from 15 to 1): Spedding - Huget, Lamerat, Fickou, Nakaitaci -  Lopez,  Serin - Picamoles, Gourdon, Le Roux - Maestri, Vahaamahina - Slimani, Guirado (cap), Baille

subs: Tolofua, Atonio, Ben Arous, Le Devedec, Ollivon, Machenaud, Chavancy, Camara.

Referee: Nigel Owens (Wales)
Assistant Referees: Wayne Barnes, Luke Pearce (both England)
Television Match Official: George Ayoub (Australia)

Head-To-Head:

Played - 95
Ireland Won - 32
France Won - 56
Drawn - 7

Ireland v France - Results Since 2000:

2000: Ireland won 27-25, Paris
2001: Ireland won 22-15, Dublin
2002: France won 44-5, Paris
2003: Ireland won 15-12, Dublin; France won 43-21, Melbourne
2004: France won 35-17, Paris
2005: France won 26-19, Dublin
2006: France won 43-31, Paris
2007: France won 20-17, Dublin; France won 25-3, Paris
2008: France won 26-21, Paris
2009: Ireland won 30-21, Dublin
2010: France won 33-10, Paris
2011: France won 25-22, Dublin; France won 19-12, Bordeaux; France won 26-22, Dublin
2012: 17-17 draw, Paris
2013: 13-13 draw, Dublin
2014: Ireland won 22-20, Paris
2015: Ireland won 18-11, Dublin; Ireland won 24-9, Cardiff
2016: France won 10-9, Paris


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Re: Ireland v France, Saturday, February 25

Post by Rory_Gallagher on Sat 25 Feb 2017, 5:18 pm

This is one of the worst first quarters I have seen from Ireland.

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Re: Ireland v France, Saturday, February 25

Post by Rory_Gallagher on Sat 25 Feb 2017, 5:25 pm

Good interplay between Sexton and Ringrose - that's more like it.

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Re: Ireland v France, Saturday, February 25

Post by marty2086 on Sat 25 Feb 2017, 5:25 pm

How many times have France been allowed to carry the ball back into the 22 and kick straight to touch?

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Re: Ireland v France, Saturday, February 25

Post by nathan on Sat 25 Feb 2017, 5:29 pm

hmmmmmm, double movement?

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Re: Ireland v France, Saturday, February 25

Post by marty2086 on Sat 25 Feb 2017, 5:30 pm

nathan wrote:hmmmmmm, double movement?

Hows it a double movement? You're allowed to place the ball

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Re: Ireland v France, Saturday, February 25

Post by nathan on Sat 25 Feb 2017, 5:31 pm

but you can't push off with your feet or knees again. he used his feet to propel himself forward

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Re: Ireland v France, Saturday, February 25

Post by nathan on Sat 25 Feb 2017, 5:33 pm

certainly looking better by Ireland now

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Re: Ireland v France, Saturday, February 25

Post by whocares on Sat 25 Feb 2017, 5:38 pm

Although Ireland are the better team by a margin, am happy that their arrogance of not taking the 3 points is not paying out.

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Re: Ireland v France, Saturday, February 25

Post by SecretFly on Sat 25 Feb 2017, 5:42 pm

Are Ireland softening France up???

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Re: Ireland v France, Saturday, February 25

Post by whocares on Sat 25 Feb 2017, 5:42 pm

French players are on the ropes though. Will probably get ugly in the 2nd half.

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Re: Ireland v France, Saturday, February 25

Post by wolfball on Sat 25 Feb 2017, 5:44 pm

We are clearly going for the bonus point. Now if we could actually back up that ambition with scores.

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Re: Ireland v France, Saturday, February 25

Post by SecretFly on Sat 25 Feb 2017, 5:44 pm

whocares wrote:Although Ireland are the better team by a margin, am happy that their arrogance of not taking the 3 points is not paying out.

Arrogance to play a game to win it? France are too good a side to miss the opportunity of getting as many points as you can if up there. The gamble was worth it if the execution at times was.....................


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Re: Ireland v France, Saturday, February 25

Post by SecretFly on Sat 25 Feb 2017, 5:46 pm

Kearney needs to try to do more than rush for the nearest turf of grass. Head up! Try and grap an extra few metres.

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Re: Ireland v France, Saturday, February 25

Post by whocares on Sat 25 Feb 2017, 5:47 pm

SecretFly wrote:
whocares wrote:Although Ireland are the better team by a margin, am happy that their arrogance of not taking the 3 points is not paying out.

Arrogance to play a game to win it?  France are too good a side to miss the opportunity of getting as many points as you can if up there.  The gamble was worth it if the execution at times was.....................


That's 9 points you left here. So if you want to win the game that was surely the easier route.


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Re: Ireland v France, Saturday, February 25

Post by majesticimperialman on Sat 25 Feb 2017, 5:47 pm

Great game so far. although i did think that connar Murrys should have been disallowed.

Looked to me like a double movement.

Looking forward to the second half. see if France can come back and win it in the death.

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Re: Ireland v France, Saturday, February 25

Post by trebellbobaggins on Sat 25 Feb 2017, 5:49 pm

Ireland must be very confident of beating eng at home to win the 6N at the end of the tourney. It there is any time and team they will storm it then it is eng at the end of the 6n during St Patricks.

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Re: Ireland v France, Saturday, February 25

Post by SecretFly on Sat 25 Feb 2017, 5:51 pm

whocares wrote:
SecretFly wrote:
whocares wrote:Although Ireland are the better team by a margin, am happy that their arrogance of not taking the 3 points is not paying out.

Arrogance to play a game to win it?  France are too good a side to miss the opportunity of getting as many points as you can if up there.  The gamble was worth it if the execution at times was.....................


That's 9 points you left here. So if you want to win the game that was surely the easier route.


Nah.., I'm a big gamble man on the corner.  It's easy to say it was points missed but if it worked it wouldn't have been Wink  Thankfully the game doesn't happen in hindsight.  Our execution is letting us down sometimes and of course - the bloody French getting in our way. Wink

Messy game - not one for the neutrals that like shiny stuff I'm sure, but I'm of course on the edge of my seat.

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Re: Ireland v France, Saturday, February 25

Post by Engine#4 on Sat 25 Feb 2017, 6:28 pm

Hugely frustrating. There was acres of space out left on a few occasions but as per usual any kind of variation goes out the window when Ireland get near the line.

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Re: Ireland v France, Saturday, February 25

Post by Rory_Gallagher on Sat 25 Feb 2017, 6:35 pm

Great to see POM back in the Six Nations.

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Re: Ireland v France, Saturday, February 25

Post by Rory_Gallagher on Sat 25 Feb 2017, 6:42 pm

Hendy manhandling Picamoles. Freak.

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Re: Ireland v France, Saturday, February 25

Post by trebellbobaggins on Sat 25 Feb 2017, 6:45 pm

Ireland looking favourites for the title.  Eng and Scot behind them.

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Re: Ireland v France, Saturday, February 25

Post by EnglishReign on Sat 25 Feb 2017, 6:49 pm

trebellbobaggins wrote:Ireland looking favourites for the title.  Eng and Scot behind them.

Not sure I'd go that far on today's performances. Ireland have done well but poor decision making and sloppy errors have stopped France getting any sort of foothold.

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Re: Ireland v France, Saturday, February 25

Post by trebellbobaggins on Sat 25 Feb 2017, 6:51 pm

they are the home team. they will surely fancy beating eng this time.

will be interesting if eng can stay unbeaten (Scotland will have something to say about that). will be one hell of a match.

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Re: Ireland v France, Saturday, February 25

Post by whocares on Sat 25 Feb 2017, 6:52 pm

No question about Murray getting the MOM. Great 2nd half from him.
This game was not even a contest. Ireland didn't have to try too hard once they got the scoreboard ticking. France attack was abject...

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Re: Ireland v France, Saturday, February 25

Post by Engine#4 on Sat 25 Feb 2017, 6:56 pm

Fairly grinding win, bar a few end to end pasages. It is miserable in Dublin though to be fair. I'll never understand Ireland's exit strategy of having Murray box kick the ball into touch 10-15metres upfield and keeping the team under pressure. Particularly when contrasted with Spedding clearing to halfway.

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Re: Ireland v France, Saturday, February 25

Post by wolfball on Sat 25 Feb 2017, 7:03 pm

Hardluck France, as ever cheers whocares for representing France on here, otherwise we would be talking to ourselves more than usual..

Pros - Halfbacks, some decent offloading, centres showed huge heart, i like that we wanted to go for tries throughout
Cons - that first 20mins, back three poor enough, set piece was rocky at times, and our ball protection in the ruck was the worst I've seen from a Schmidt team. Also super narrow in attack towards end of game, we looked unfit.

Wild that was our biggest winning margin against france in the championship in +30 years, so with that in mind, good win and result. If we were more clinical there were a few more scores in us though.

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Re: Ireland v France, Saturday, February 25

Post by SecretFly on Sat 25 Feb 2017, 7:08 pm

Okay, the conditions weren't ideal so you have to keep that greasiness in mind with both sides.  France I feel played a much better game than at home against Scotland.  I knew they'd be more pragmatic but even then, I think that game was much closer than whocares says.   Crazy defending from Ireland in that wild period and a little more luck on their side and France were in.

I'd have to agree with Engine in both his recent posts though - yeah, that unwillingness to play wider quicker is I suppose considered as lowering the risks, but that scoreline was risky enough even playing the supposedly safer stuff and it's a bugger on the forwards.

Conor had a great game.

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Re: Ireland v France, Saturday, February 25

Post by majesticimperialman on Sat 25 Feb 2017, 7:21 pm

Congrats to Ireland, a tough game but you stuck in there till the end.

Very hard luck to France. Disapline let you down at crucial time's.

Who got MOM?

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Re: Ireland v France, Saturday, February 25

Post by SecretFly on Sat 25 Feb 2017, 7:22 pm

Murray

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Re: Ireland v France, Saturday, February 25

Post by captain carrantuohil on Sat 25 Feb 2017, 8:01 pm

Well that ended up going a bit the way I'd imagined via the odd exotic detour. The French are a hard slog to beat and the second half was a very professional effort in general, especially the first part of it, where Jonny bossed the thing as if he'd never been away.

Couple of random observations - I hope this turning up for games twenty minutes late against good sides isn't going to become an enduring habit; Scotland ran us ragged in Edinburgh for the first quarter and France missed a huge opportunity to do the same today while our back three, who had apparently never met before, were introducing themselves to each other.

Which leads me to a second point, namely Simon Zebo. He's a bit of a Maserati, in my view, fabulous with an open road in front of him but also an expensive luxury who is next to useless in heavy traffic. I can't help averting my eyes when he has any defensive duties to perform and I'm starting to wish him to the bench where he can both function as a broken field impact player and give my nerves less of a jangling for an hour.

Otherwise, top effort from the whole pack, notably the back row, the set pieces were excellent and our half backs and Ringrose were outstanding, I thought. I'd like to think that we still have gears to show but we're not going to get away with starting in neutral again. Can someone fire Ireland up before the kick-off in Cardiff, please, rather than when we're somewhere between six and twelve points down?

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Re: Ireland v France, Saturday, February 25

Post by asoreleftshoulder on Sat 25 Feb 2017, 8:23 pm

majesticimperialman wrote:Great game so far. although i did think that connar Murrys should have been disallowed.

Looked to me like a double movement.

Looking forward to the second half. see if France can come back and win it in the death.

I think he was allowed the double movement because when the initial tackle went in there was a player under Murray do he didn't hit the ground.In order for a tackle to be complete a knee has to be on the ground.

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Re: Ireland v France, Saturday, February 25

Post by Engine#4 on Sun 26 Feb 2017, 12:52 pm

That's what Owens seemed to be saying. Not sure of the rule but it makes sense to me that you can fight to get to ground, otherwise every tackle would become a maul.

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Re: Ireland v France, Saturday, February 25

Post by rodders on Mon 27 Feb 2017, 10:09 am

Decent win but disappointing not to take more points in Frances half - 5 points was there for the taking but we were very sloppy at the breakdown.

A bonus point win would have as good as rapped up the title but will just have to rack one up against England now.

Murray and Sexton a class apart. Big games from Best and Henshaw too.
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Re: Ireland v France, Saturday, February 25

Post by marty2086 on Mon 27 Feb 2017, 10:13 am

rodders wrote:
Murray and Sexton a class apart. Big games from Best and Henshaw too.

Thought Henderson made an impact when he came on, played like he had a point to prove

Earls really is at a loss though when defending out wide and doesn't know whether to commit or drift so runs backwards instead

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Re: Ireland v France, Saturday, February 25

Post by rodders on Mon 27 Feb 2017, 10:32 am

marty2086 wrote:
rodders wrote:
Murray and Sexton a class apart. Big games from Best and Henshaw too.

Thought Henderson made an impact when he came on, played like he had a point to prove

Earls really is at a loss though when defending out wide and doesn't know whether to commit or drift so runs backwards instead

Agree on Hendo.

Not so sure about Earls, I think Ringrose is struggling defensively and our Wingers are having to cover. I think Payne will return if he's fit because he leads the defensive line.
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Re: Ireland v France, Saturday, February 25

Post by marty2086 on Mon 27 Feb 2017, 10:42 am

rodders wrote:
marty2086 wrote:
rodders wrote:
Murray and Sexton a class apart. Big games from Best and Henshaw too.

Thought Henderson made an impact when he came on, played like he had a point to prove

Earls really is at a loss though when defending out wide and doesn't know whether to commit or drift so runs backwards instead

Agree on Hendo.

Not so sure about Earls, I think Ringrose is struggling defensively and our Wingers are having to cover. I think Payne will return if he's fit because he leads the defensive line.

I left out Ringrose he is being exposed but Earls is failing to make a decision on what to do so just runs backwards. He did it against Scotland and on Saturday he had Nakataici and Spedding running at him so just retreated it means the player doesn't have to make a decision and can just run it, Trimble and also Zebo make the tackle on most occasions or drift and trust the cover behind but Earls is afraid of making the wrong decision

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Re: Ireland v France, Saturday, February 25

Post by GunsGermsV2 on Mon 27 Feb 2017, 11:13 am

rodders wrote:Decent win but disappointing not to take more points in Frances half - 5 points was there for the taking but we were very sloppy at the breakdown.

A bonus point win would have as good as rapped up the title but will just have to rack one up against England now.

Murray and Sexton a class apart. Big games from Best and Henshaw too.

I don't think we will need a BP win v England. We will just need to win by 8 points or more which is doable at home. We won 19-9 last time we played England at home.

England are unlikely to reel in our points difference. Supposing we beat Wales by 1 point England will have to beat Scotland by 30 points to equal Ireland's points difference.

They will then have to beat Scotland by 47 points plus for Ireland to need to win by more than 8 points in the final game. That is quite unlikely as they have never defeated Scotland by more than 40 points and this is a good Scotland team.

Basically if Ireland beat Wales without a BP and England win with a BP as expected Ireland will need a 8 point win. If England win without a BP then any win will do for Ireland assuming they beat Wales.


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Re: Ireland v France, Saturday, February 25

Post by No 7&1/2 on Mon 27 Feb 2017, 11:16 am

And there's a game to win between there and now.

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Re: Ireland v France, Saturday, February 25

Post by rodders on Mon 27 Feb 2017, 11:17 am

Yeah true enough, a bonus point win against Wales should do it.
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Re: Ireland v France, Saturday, February 25

Post by GunsGermsV2 on Mon 27 Feb 2017, 11:22 am

No 7&1/2 wrote:And there's a game to win between there and now.

No sh1t Sherlock

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Re: Ireland v France, Saturday, February 25

Post by GunsGermsV2 on Mon 27 Feb 2017, 11:27 am

If England win on the last day with a losing BP it will make the BP system look pretty stupid IMO.

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Re: Ireland v France, Saturday, February 25

Post by No 7&1/2 on Mon 27 Feb 2017, 11:32 am

It's reminded you to change your post and come off slightly less arrogant guns.

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Post by GunsGermsV2 on Mon 27 Feb 2017, 11:41 am

No 7&1/2 wrote:It's reminded you to change your post and come off slightly less arrogant guns.

No your post had nothing to do with me changing my post. It was about assessing all potential scenarios Ireland can win on the last day.

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Re: Ireland v France, Saturday, February 25

Post by No 7&1/2 on Mon 27 Feb 2017, 11:45 am

Don't get so huffy when someone points out your incomplete post while you have a think about what you really wanted to say then.

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Post by GunsGermsV2 on Mon 27 Feb 2017, 11:47 am

No 7&1/2 wrote:Don't get so huffy when someone points out your incomplete post while you have a think about what you really wanted to say then.

Stop being a parasite.

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Re: Ireland v France, Saturday, February 25

Post by rodders on Mon 27 Feb 2017, 11:48 am

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rodders wrote:Decent win but disappointing not to take more points in Frances half - 5 points was there for the taking but we were very sloppy at the breakdown.

A bonus point win would have as good as rapped up the title but will just have to rack one up against England now.

Murray and Sexton a class apart. Big games from Best and Henshaw too.

I don't think we will need a BP win v England. We will just need to win by 8 points or more which is doable at home. We won 19-9 last time we played England at home.

England are unlikely to reel in our points difference. Supposing we beat Wales by 1 point England will have to beat Scotland by 30 points to equal Ireland's points difference.

They will then have to beat Scotland by 47 points plus for Ireland to need to win by more than 8 points in the final game. That is quite unlikely as they have never defeated Scotland by more than 40 points and this is a good Scotland team.

Basically if Ireland beat Wales without a BP and England win with a BP as expected Ireland will need a 8 point win. If England win without a BP then any win will do for Ireland assuming they beat Wales.

I think there is a very good chance that Scotland will beat in England and with Italy to play they could be in with a shout.

I think we'll beat Wales comfortably enough and maybe take 5 points.
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Re: Ireland v France, Saturday, February 25

Post by No 7&1/2 on Mon 27 Feb 2017, 11:50 am

Stop being overly aggressive guns. You'd surely admit that your first version of your post comes across that Wales weren't even a consideration . I based my post on that.

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Re: Ireland v France, Saturday, February 25

Post by Gooseberry on Mon 27 Feb 2017, 11:51 am

rodders wrote:
GunsGermsV2 wrote:
rodders wrote:Decent win but disappointing not to take more points in Frances half - 5 points was there for the taking but we were very sloppy at the breakdown.

A bonus point win would have as good as rapped up the title but will just have to rack one up against England now.

Murray and Sexton a class apart. Big games from Best and Henshaw too.

I don't think we will need a BP win v England. We will just need to win by 8 points or more which is doable at home. We won 19-9 last time we played England at home.

England are unlikely to reel in our points difference. Supposing we beat Wales by 1 point England will have to beat Scotland by 30 points to equal Ireland's points difference.

They will then have to beat Scotland by 47 points plus for Ireland to need to win by more than 8 points in the final game. That is quite unlikely as they have never defeated Scotland by more than 40 points and this is a good Scotland team.

Basically if Ireland beat Wales without a BP and England win with a BP as expected Ireland will need a 8 point win. If England win without a BP then any win will do for Ireland assuming they beat Wales.

I think there is a very good chance that Scotland will beat in England and with Italy to play they could be in with a shout.

I think we'll beat Wales comfortably enough and maybe take 5 points.  


Weve already seen the dangers of assuming teams will roll Italy over.

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Re: Ireland v France, Saturday, February 25

Post by GunsGermsV2 on Mon 27 Feb 2017, 11:53 am

No 7&1/2 wrote:Stop being overly aggressive guns. You'd surely admit that your first version of your post comes across that Wales weren't even a consideration . I based my post on that.

Zzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz

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Re: Ireland v France, Saturday, February 25

Post by rodders on Mon 27 Feb 2017, 11:53 am

Hey that's not fair, if England knew Italy weren't going to ruck they'd have put 70 points on them..
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