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23-02-2019, 10:54   #31
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Munster have won five out of their last six away games, with the only loss being a LBP against Ulster when they sent a largely second string team.

This is after losing the first three away games of the season
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23-02-2019, 12:33   #32
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He see G V D Heever tearing it up for the Sunwolves in Super15. Was wondering where he had gone to. Scored 2 nice tries
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Munster Team Talk Thread VII - get defunkd outta here.
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This is after losing the first three away games of the season
Best away record our conference I think? Least points and tries conceded in the whole league, Van Graan is starting to put his stamp on the team. Reminds me of how Rassie and Nienaber built up our defence.

In attack we've the second most points and tries scored behind Leinster too. Still think there's a lot more the attack can give, and I'm not sure Felix has it in his locker to push us on to the next level required to win the likes of the Heineken... luckily defence can possibly win you titles too though..
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Jp Ferreira must get huge praise for his work
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Munster Team Talk Thread VII - We'll be Johann Van Grann-d
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Munster Team Talk Thread VII - There's a Graan-d stretch in the evenings
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We can safely rule out Conway from being released to Munster after he came on early today.
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The Munster Rugby Medical Department have released the following injury update following Friday night’s game against Ospreys.

Ciaran Parker sustained a hamstring injury and will be managed by the medical department.

Chris Cloete presented with concussive symptoms post-match and will enter the graded return to play protocols.

Joey Carbery sustained a hamstring injury at Ireland training last week and will continue his rehabilitation in Ireland camp.

The following are progressing with rehabilitation: Brian Scott (foot), James Cronin (leg), Dave O’Callaghan (foot), Tommy O’Donnell (shoulder), CJ Stander (cheek), Sammy Arnold (leg).

https://munsterrugby.ie/2019/02/25/s...-pre-scarlets/
Possible team vs Scarlets:

Loughman, Marshall, Archer, Kleyn, Beirne, Wycherley, Oliver, Botha;
Mathewson, Hanrahan, Sweetnam, Scannell, Goggin, Nash, Haley

KOB, LOC, Knox/Ryan, Holland, JOD, Cronin, Johnston, Taute

Ireland: Scannell, Kilcoyne, Ryan, POM, Murray, Carbery, Farrell, Earls, Conway
Injured: Scott, Cronin, Parker, DOC, TOD, Stander, Arnold

Munster might get John Ryan back as he played less than twenty minutes off the bench against Italy, plus Munster are short at tighthead with our third and fourth choice players unavailable. If Ryan is not released, then it may come down to Keynan Knox to provide cover.
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Possible team vs Scarlets:

Loughman, Marshall, Archer, Kleyn, Beirne, Wycherley, Oliver, Botha;
Mathewson, Hanrahan, Sweetnam, Scannell, Goggin, Nash, Haley

KOB, LOC, Knox/Ryan, Holland, JOD, Cronin, Johnston, Taute

Ireland: Scannell, Kilcoyne, Ryan, POM, Murray, Carbery, Farrell, Earls, Conway
Injured: Scott, Cronin, Parker, DOC, TOD, Stander, Arnold

Munster might get John Ryan back as he played less than twenty minutes off the bench against Italy, plus Munster are short at tighthead with our third and fourth choice players unavailable. If Ryan is not released, then it may come down to Keynan Knox to provide cover.

Examiner says Carbery and Stander out for another 3 weeks
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Could Rory Scannell get a call-up if Aki is out?
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Could Rory Scannell get a call-up if Aki is out?
Aki, Ringrose, Henshaw, Addison all injured!

If all of the above are out I’d go with the two Farrells and then McCloskey.

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Yeah, I've no idea of the timeline on any of them, just wondering is he in with a shout, he's been in good form lately. Or are there others ahead in the pecking order?
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