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Glasgow Warriors v Cardiff Rugby, 23 September

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Post by George Carlin Thu Sep 22, 2022 12:03 pm

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Glasgow Warriors v Cardiff Rugby
23 September 2022, 18:35
Scotstoun Cake Tin

Why did they stop with the Cardiff Blues moniker? I liked it.

TEAMS:

Soapdodgers:
01. Jamie Bhatti (68)
02. Fraser Brown (123)
03. Zander Fagerson (116)
04. Scott Cummings (91)
05. Richie Gray (84)
06. Matt Fagerson (80)
07. Rory Darge (21)
08. Jack Dempsey (23)

09. George Horne (81)
10. Tom Jordan (1)
11. Kyle Steyn (C) (50)
12. Stafford McDowall (39)
13. Sione Tuipulotu (21)
14. Sebastian Cancelliere (10)
15. Cole Forbes (25)

16. George Turner (78)
17. Oli Kebble (78)
18. Lucio Sordoni (1)
19. JP du Preez (0)
20. Sintu Manjezi (1)
21. Thomas Gordon (53)
22. Ali Price (112)
23. Domingo Miotti (6)

Unavailable for selection: Lewis Bean (head), Allan Dell (calf), Jamie Dobie (hamstring), Huw Jones (back), Nathan McBeth (knee) Ally Miller (back), Enrique Pieretto (shoulder), Ollie Smith (back), Ross Thompson (back), Sione Vailanu (sickness)

Sheep Defilers:
15. Matthew Morgan
15. Aled Summerhill
13. Mason Grady
12. Max Llewellyn
11. Josh Adams
10. Jarrod Evans
09. Tomos Williams

01. Rhys Carré
02. Kristian Dacey
03. Dillon Lewis
04. Josh Turnbull (capt.)
05. Seb Davies
06. James Botham
07. Thomas Young
08. James Ratti

Replacements: Liam Belcher, Brad Thyer, Keiron Assiratti, Matthew Screech, Lopeti Timani, Lloyd Williams, Rhys Priestland, Uilisi Halaholo

Unavailable for selection:

Ben Thomas (shoulder) - November

Josh Navidi (Neck) - October/November

Kirby Myhill (Hamstring) - September

Theo Cabango (Shoulder) - September

Corey Domachowski (Hamstring) - October

Ellis Jenkins (Knee) - available next week

Owen Lane (Ankle)

Liam Williams (Shoulder) - December/January
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Post by BigGee Fri Sep 23, 2022 10:10 pm

RDW wrote:Ooft where did that come from!

What?

You seriously doubted the mighty Glasgow Warriors?

Just a bit of pre season rust last weekend!

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Post by funnyExiledScot Fri Sep 23, 2022 10:11 pm

Very nicely done Glasgow. Cardiff defence needs some work mind you!!

Thought Gray and Dempsey were terrific in particular.

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Post by BigGee Fri Sep 23, 2022 10:24 pm

The downside of the evening was clearlyvthe injuty to Rory Darge though.

It had ACL written all over it and could cost him his season and the WC.

Hope it was not as bad as it looked!

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Post by jimbopip Fri Sep 23, 2022 10:37 pm

Glass half empty time: I said last week that Seaman defends very close to the 13. Adams' try was the third time Cardiff got a man over when Seaman was too narrow.
Otherwise a great team performance. Apart from Darge's injury.

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Post by BigGee Sat Sep 24, 2022 8:04 am

A dislocated ankle for Rory Darge, not a knee injury.

He will be out for a while with that but hopefully back sometime in the new year, maybe in time for the 6N. Let's hope so

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Post by jimbopip Sat Sep 24, 2022 9:38 am

Thanks Gee. Since you are the medico par excellence (apart from "yes he's really fit and healthy if you ignore the being dead bit") how serious is a dislocation?


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Post by BigGee Sat Sep 24, 2022 9:43 am

jimbopip wrote:Thanks Gee. Since you are the medico par excellence (apart from "yes he's really fit and healthy if you ignore the being dead bit") how serious is a dislocation?


Serious, but probably not as serious as an ACL and knee reconstruction.

The process of dislocation will have mangled his ankle ligaments at the same time though, so will be out for a good while nontheless.

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Post by jimbopip Sat Sep 24, 2022 10:03 am

Thanks Gee. Princess daughter was once sitting at her laptop in work with her foot tucked under her. She received a message that she was required in the front office. She stood up, not realising her foot had "fallen asleep". Instead of putting her foot down flat she planted it on the outside edge. When she put her weight on it she snapped all the ligaments. Unfortunately she didn't feel anything and walked the length of the building to the front office before the feeling returned.
She was in a moon boot for almost a year.
I'm not sure Rory Darge is as tough as she is.

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Post by BigGee Sat Sep 24, 2022 10:59 am

Ouch, that sounds nasty

Darge to his credit, looks like he is made of pretty tough stuff as well. He looked the calmest one around as he sst up after the ruck and casually pointed to his ankle!

Everyone else was looking the other way!

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Post by jimbopip Sat Sep 24, 2022 11:42 am

I was dipping into the Glasgow warriors Forum and stumbled across a little gem,

"replacing the front five in one go is bringing on the Bam Squad".

took me a couple of minutes but it made me smile.

Big Man Jessie looked much better as a second row. Du Preez looked like a big aggressive bokkie second row.

Mingo Miotti is a very good 10. we still haven't seen it yet but the signs are that he will come good.

Forbes had a really good game, and probably scored the try of the season.

Apparently Darge is having an operation this morning and will be out till at least January. Well, a normal person would be....Rory will probably be leading the captain's run next week. if only



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Post by BigGee Sat Sep 24, 2022 12:06 pm

Apart from being lucky not to see a red. Tom Jordan also showed why he has picked up a pro contract and probably why he is starting ahead of Duncy. He may turn out to be quite a find and was a revelation after his rather stuttering debut last week.

The biggest revelation of the night though ( excuse the pun) was the form of Ritchie Gray, who looked like the player we have not seen for 10 years, carrying, tackling, dominating the lineout. If he carries on playing like that, he could easily be back in the Scotland mix for the WC.

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Post by George Carlin Sat Sep 24, 2022 1:30 pm

Yes, Gray and Cummings - the past and the future together - two big lumps to at last give the tight 5 some proper welly. As is always the case with our teams, they just need to not get injured.

Gutted for Darge.
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Post by BigGee Sat Sep 24, 2022 1:50 pm

Edinburgh getting fairly battered by the Bulls atm.

They lost Blairhorn just before ko with a tummy bug and VDW has just been taken off after getting flattened by Louw.

It looks like it might be a long afternoon, being 32 degrees and 1300m altitude certainly not going to help.

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Post by BigGee Sat Sep 24, 2022 1:56 pm

7 pens conceeded by Edinburgh in the first 16 mins

Gilchrist goes to the bin for the cumulation of pens.

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Post by BigGee Sat Sep 24, 2022 2:14 pm

Edinburgh score a good try and finally look like they have got into the pace of the game.

Gilchrist back on now and Crosbie comes back on after passing his HIA

It looks a better game now

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Post by BigGee Sat Sep 24, 2022 2:16 pm

Darcy Graham shows us his killer instinct again and scores a great try.

15-14 Bulls

Game on

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Post by PhilBB Thu Sep 29, 2022 11:24 am

So it was the "oh, we've got this level of refereeing again, so we can't be arsed" bunch that turned up.

Well played Chris Busby. You even got Tappe Henning to spout total bs to the media in order to cover for you. Super.
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Post by BigGee Fri Sep 30, 2022 12:56 pm

Glasgow Warriors team to face the Ospreys at Swansea.com Stadium, Saturday 1 October, kick-off 3.05pm. You can watch the match live on Premier Sports 1 or follow all the action as it happens on the @GlasgowWarriors Twitter account.

1. Jamie Bhatti (69)
2. Fraser Brown (124)
3. Zander Fagerson (117)
4. Scott Cummings (92)
5. Richie Gray (85)
6. Gregor Brown (5)
7. Thomas Gordon (54)
8. Jack Dempsey (24)

9. Ali Price (113)
10. Tom Jordan (2)
11. Rufus McLean (21)
12. Sam Johnson (93)
13. Sione Tuipulotu (22)
14. Sebastian Cancelliere (11)
15. Cole Forbes (26)

Replacements

16. George Turner (79)
17. Oli Kebble (79)
18. Simon Berghan
19. JP du Preez (1)
20. Sintu Manjezi (2)
21. Ryan Wilson (213)
22. Sean Kennedy (19)
23. Domingo Miotti (7)

Unavailable for selection: Rory Darge (ankle), Allan Dell (calf), Jamie Dobie (hamstring), Matt Fagerson (rib), Huw Jones (back), Nathan McBeth (knee) Ally Miller (back), Enrique Pieretto (shoulder), Kyle Steyn (hamstring), Max Williamson (shoulder).


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Post by BigGee Fri Sep 30, 2022 12:58 pm

A bit of rotation for Glasgow, but still a decent looking side.

Good to see Gregor Brown, who looked very promising a while back when making his debut before getting injured, getting a start in the back row.

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