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Postby Golf Man » November 30th, 2016, 11:32 am

Josh Van Der Flier
Devin Toner
Jamie Heaslip
Joe Schmidt

That is all
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Re: Mea Culpa

Postby simonokeeffe » November 30th, 2016, 12:38 pm

:)

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Ryan
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When he spreads his legs like that youd need dynamite or the Highland Light Infantry to shift him.
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Re: Mea Culpa

Postby Oldschool » November 30th, 2016, 1:17 pm

Golf Man wrote:Josh Van Der Flier
Devin Toner
Jamie Heaslip
Joe Schmidt

That is all

Irish by birth - fair play to you.
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Re: Mea Culpa

Postby Peg Leg » November 30th, 2016, 7:01 pm

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Re: Mea Culpa

Postby johng » December 2nd, 2016, 10:33 am

Zebo for sure. Never thought he would pull it all together. Or at least I thought that if he did, he would lose his magic. Had a great Autumn
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Re: Mea Culpa

Postby Oldschool » December 2nd, 2016, 11:03 am

johng wrote:Zebo for sure. Never thought he would pull it all together. Or at least I thought that if he did, he would lose his magic. Had a great Autumn

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Re: Mea Culpa

Postby blockhead » December 2nd, 2016, 11:31 am

johng wrote:Zebo for sure. Never thought he would pull it all together. Or at least I thought that if he did, he would lose his magic. Had a great Autumn


When Zebo came on the scene I thought he was going to be brilliant. He drifted a bit sideways in his career since then but this season he has been right on the money. He showed good form for Munster and carried that into the internationals. A definite starter for me but his versatility could see him as a sub for a lot of games too.
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Re: Mea Culpa

Postby Peg Leg » December 2nd, 2016, 3:11 pm

blockhead wrote:
johng wrote:Zebo for sure. Never thought he would pull it all together. Or at least I thought that if he did, he would lose his magic. Had a great Autumn


When Zebo came on the scene I thought he was going to be brilliant. He drifted a bit sideways in his career since then but this season he has been right on the money. He showed good form for Munster and carried that into the internationals. A definite starter for me but his versatility could see him as a sub for a lot of games too.

He is one guy that needs to start and I would have no problem with him moving position mid game to accommodate a specialist on the bench. Makes for a better 23 than the Swiss army knife on the bench option IMO
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Re: Mea Culpa

Postby Hacker G » December 2nd, 2016, 5:02 pm

blockhead wrote:
johng wrote:Zebo for sure. Never thought he would pull it all together. Or at least I thought that if he did, he would lose his magic. Had a great Autumn


When Zebo came on the scene I thought he was going to be brilliant. He drifted a bit sideways in his career since then but this season he has been right on the money. He showed good form for Munster and carried that into the internationals. A definite starter for me but his versatility could see him as a sub for a lot of games too.

+1
His tackle in the Oz 22 was the turning point in the game for me. Led directly to the winning try.
He's always had the magic but looks a much more rounded player now.
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Re: Mea Culpa

Postby Ruckedtobits » December 2nd, 2016, 7:19 pm

Hacker G wrote:
blockhead wrote:
johng wrote:Zebo for sure. Never thought he would pull it all together. Or at least I thought that if he did, he would lose his magic. Had a great Autumn


When Zebo came on the scene I thought he was going to be brilliant. He drifted a bit sideways in his career since then but this season he has been right on the money. He showed good form for Munster and carried that into the internationals. A definite starter for me but his versatility could see him as a sub for a lot of games too.

+1
His tackle in the Oz 22 was the turning point in the game for me. Led directly to the winning try.
He's always had the magic but looks a much more rounded player now.


+1
That was the clincher for me too. A great read with really robust execution provided a super lift to a team struggling, at that point, to find a way to turn back the Aussie momentum. For the first time in his career, Zebo became Zeebs to me, an essential component in a winning Irish team. I hope he's enjoying being part of it as much as we're enjoying his (all-round) contribution.
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