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Post by geoff999rugby Thu 18 Feb 2021, 1:13 pm

First topic message reminder :

Interested in who the various Irish provinces will have on their books next year who are NIQ or only qualify through residency

I'll start with Ulster

NIQ - Nakarawa, Carter
Residency - None

Assumes Faddes, Ludik and Matthewson are all away - a fairly safe bet I'd say

What is the situation elsewhere?

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Post by Intotouch Tue 06 Jul 2021, 4:49 am

So what is the limit now for the provinces on NOQ players? (From memory they were limited to four NIQ players and one project players but that’s me trying to recall something that I read a couple of years ago at least) Is there a limit on the number of NIQ players per position too? Eg. only one NIQ out half in the country at any one time.



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Post by geoff999rugby Wed 14 Jul 2021, 4:45 pm

There is no limit on numbers or positions.
There is a trend to reduce the overall numbers though.
Ulster for example have only one NIQ (Carter) next season.
Faddes and Mathewson are officially out the door.

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Post by Maine man Wed 14 Jul 2021, 8:37 pm

geoff999rugby wrote:There is no limit on numbers or positions.
There is a trend to reduce the overall numbers though.
Ulster for example have only one NIQ (Carter) next season.
Faddes and Mathewson are officially out the door.

Is there any word that Ulster will pick up an overseas player before the start of the season?

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Post by geoff999rugby Wed 14 Jul 2021, 9:04 pm

Looking but nothing at an advanced stage.

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Post by geoff999rugby Fri 23 Jul 2021, 11:54 am

Pot Hale wrote:Taking the 10th May post above and reworking to the way I prefer to view are there any inaccuracies/updates to the following@ 

Ulster:
NIQ - Sam Carter (Aus)
Residency Qualified - Bradley Roberts


Munster
NIQ - RG Snyman (SA), Damian de Allende (SA), Jason Jenkins (SA)
Residency Qualified - Keynan Knox, Chris Cloete, Roman Salonoa, Jean Kleyn

Connacht
NIQ - John Porch (Aus), Ben O'Donnell (Aus), Abraham Papalli'i (NZ) (Qualifies 2025)
Residency Qualified - Jared Butler, Bundee Aki

Leinster
NIQ - Michael Alaalatoa (Sam)
Residency Qualified - James Lowe, Jamison Gibson-Park, Vakh Abdaladze

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Post by geoff999rugby Fri 23 Jul 2021, 12:02 pm

Taking the 10th May post above and reworking to just view certain elements are there any inaccuracies/updates to the following: 

Ulster:
NIQ - Sam Carter (Aus)
Residency Qualified - Bradley Roberts

Munster
NIQ - RG Snyman (SA), Damian de Allende (SA), Jason Jenkins (SA)
Residency Qualified - Keynan Knox, Chris Cloete, Roman Salonoa, Jean Kleyn

Connacht
NIQ - John Porch (Aus), Ben O'Donnell (Aus), Abraham Papalli'i (NZ) (Qualifies 2025)
Residency Qualified - Jared Butler, Bundee Aki

Leinster
NIQ - Michael Alaalatoa (Sam)
Residency Qualified - James Lowe, Jamison Gibson-Park, Vakh Abdaladze

So Ulster and Leinster have 1 NIQ player each whilst Connacht and Munster have 3 each
Residency is Ulster 1, Connacht 2, Leinster 3, Munster 4

It seems clear to me that next year Ulster and Leinster could cope without any of the above.
Munster and Connacht are, by contrast, very dependant on their 'blow-ins'

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