Pro12: Munster vs Leinster, Sat 31 March 7:30pm, Live on RTÉ2 - Page 2 - boards.ie
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30-03-2012, 10:18   #16
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Anybody know where is a good spot to watch the match in London???
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30-03-2012, 10:24   #17
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Can't go to game and can't watch....bro wedding and will be sitting doing speech's at the time kick off

I think Leinster got the kick up the ass they needed last week. They where brutal but only lost on a dodgy try been awarded, a dodgy kick been awarded and the video ref not seeing a Leinster try...so even when playing there worst rugby all season they still should of won

The Irish guys coming back will be fired up after playing for Ireland and having to play a crap game plan.

Hope Ross is fully fit, I know Leinster have said hagen should be available but I wouldnt risk him, White only got knock on face so I would guess he will be on bench

Cullen was so off the pace last week it wasn't funny but with a full game behind him and another week of training he will be ready to go

Thorn and Cullen also where not on same wavelenght last week, that should have improved

BOD back and played well last week but needed that game. Expect a better game on Sat

Will be strange to see no Shaggy, everyone at club have always said he was so fired up for Munster matchs.

Great match and can't wait for Sunday to sit down and watch it

A win for Shaggy lads!!!!!!
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30-03-2012, 10:28   #18
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Anybody know where is a good spot to watch the match in London???
porterhouse in convent garden should be showing it

http://www.leinsterrugby.ie/olsc/9722.php

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30-03-2012, 10:30   #19
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priority for both teams is a bruising game to bring players up to speed for HC next week. Minimum target for Leinster is a losing BP. With the likes of BOD, Thorn, Cullen and Fitz coming back into the leinster team wheras POC and Ryan are missing for munster i think Leinster have to be favoured.

reddan/boss will be very focused on getting one up on TOL.

Biggest battle of the day will be POM and the Leinster backrow, i'm sure Heaslip & SOB will be out to prove a point and put manners on POM.

Munster pack with Botha, Du Preez, DOC, Wallace, Coughlan and POM is not to be taken lightly.

Something tells me Zebo will be targetted defensively

hope all come through it injury free.
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30-03-2012, 10:37   #20
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Anybody know where is a good spot to watch the match in London???
Join fellow Munster Supporters and join in the craic at Mustard Bar,(beside St Pauls), 2-3 Old Change Court, Peters Hill, London EC4M 8EN

The Mustard is now called the Yager though
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Anybody know where is a good spot to watch the match in London???
According to the OLSC the Porterhouse in London is due to show it.
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Can't see Redden starting this, Boss will play as he is more physical. Redden only played in Magners final last year because Boss was injuryed.
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30-03-2012, 10:44   #23
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Leinster fan here voting for a Munster win.

I concur with the opinion that Munster know they are down key players and need the win more, and things like this can give a mental edge and a result.



Actually, thinking more about this, which pack had the most players training under Kidney over the last few weeks, cause they are probably gonna lose?

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30-03-2012, 11:12   #24
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Been a crappy week in work, really looking forward to this! always a cracker of a game.
So Dylan Hartley is the new Neil Francis

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Can't see Redden starting this, Boss will play as he is more physical. Redden only played in Magners final last year because Boss was injuryed.
Is Boss back from NZ? I'd imagine he'd start if that were the case.
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30-03-2012, 11:12   #25
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Boss was in the RDS last week.
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Is Boss back from NZ? I'd imagine he'd start if that were the case.
He is unless he dialed in an image of himself to the field last week
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I am down in Limerick for work today and was seriously thinking of wearing my Leinster jersey into the office to spark a bit of controversy before the game. Unfortunatly it was in the wash so I could not bring it down

Come on Leinster!
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Thanks for that. Porterhouse it will be then.

From a neutral's point of view, this should be a cracker. Some really interesting match ups. I think the loss of POC and Ryan shouldn't be underestimated. Both of them were playing really well and are a big loss to Munster.

Also its great to see Wallace and BOD back.
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He is unless he dialed in an image of himself to the field last week
Shows how overworked I am, was at the game last week and all!
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I cant believe I had to abandon 2 season tickets for this game..... stupid friend with his stupid wedding.

C'Mon Munster
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