Presume you meant to add that past performance is no guarantee of future return, Old Dog is a tied agent of *****, if in doubt consult your financial advisor etc
I realised I was dyslexic when I went to a toga party dressed as a goat
It looks like Thorn will not be coming back for another loan period anyway,looking to finish his career at the Highlanders
Otaga Daily Times 2/5/2012
Taz-Where did you get that information as I have seen nowhere that he(Penney) was ruled out?
Editor - The writer stands by the Penney information.
Otaga Daily Times 3/5/2012
Editor-- This article originally said Rob Penney had missed out on the Munster coaching job. That information was incorrect.
v Exeter Chiefs TEAM NEWSThe Leinster team to face the Exeter Chiefs in the opening round of the Heineken Cup in the RDS on Saturday afternoon (KO: 3.40pm) has been named...
Cian Healy will make his 100th Leinster appearance on Saturday and the 25-year-old loose-head prop will start in the front row alongside Richardt Strauss and Mike Ross.Skipper Leo Cullen partners Damian Browne - who will make his 25th Leinster appearance - at second row with Kevin McLaughlin continuing in the back-row alongside Shane Jennings and number eight Jamie Heaslip.
The backline is unchanged from the one which started last weekend's victory over Munster with Fergus McFadden partnering Brian O'Driscoll at centre and Isa Nacewa on the left wing making his 33rd Heineken Cup appearance.
Rob Kearney trained well on Thursday but pulled up sore afterwards, as a result Ian Madigan continues at fullback for his second Heineken Cup start. Both Kearney and Gordon D'Arcy are expected to be available for selection for the Round 2 trip to Llanelli next weekend.
Meanwhile, scrum-half Isaac Boss has recovered from the injury he sustained on the opening weekend of the league campaign and takes his place amongst the replacements alongside fellow Ireland internationals Sean Cronin and Devin Toner.
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15: Ian Madigan
14: Andrew Conway
13: Brian O'Driscoll
12: Fergus McFadden
11: Isa Nacewa
10: Jonathan Sexton
9: Eoin Reddan
1: Cian Healy
2: Richardt Strauss
3: Mike Ross
4: Leo Cullen CAPTAIN
5: Damian Browne
6: Kevin McLaughlin
7: Shane Jennings
8: Jamie Heaslip
16: Sean Cronin
17: Heinke van der Merwe
18: Jamie Hagan
19: Devin Toner
20: Leo Auva'a
21: Jordi Murphy
22: Isaac Boss
23: Fionn Carr
EXETER CHIEFS: Luke Arscott, Ian Whitten, Phil Dollman, Jason Shoemark, Matt Jess, Gareth Steenson, Haydn Thomas, Brett Sturgess, Simon Alcott, Carl Rimmer, Tom Hayes CAPTAIN, James Hanks, Tom Johnson, James Scaysbrook, Richard Baxter
REPLACEMENTS: Chris Whitehead, Chris Budgen, Ben Moon, Aly Muldowney, Dean Mumm, Will Chudley, Ignacio Mieres, Sireli Naqelevuki
REFEREE: Pascal Gauzere (FFR), ASSISTANT REFEREES: Jean-Luc Rebollal, Cyril Lafon (both FFR), 4th OFFICIAL: Brian MacNeice (IRFU), 5th OFFICIAL: Brian Montayne (IRFU), TMO: Daniel Irazoqui (FFR)
I have Canal+ here in France and the game doesn't appear anywhere on tomorrow's schedule!
Gwan tom hayes
Irish by birth...MUNSTER by the Grace of God..with Black and Blue Blood
yup hard to believe that was missed.
Heaslip giving a demonstration on how to win turnovers at the breakdown...
Exeter are refreshing to watch. Haven't kicked the ball, unless they are in their own 22.
3-3 HT. Fully deserved Exeter have had 65% possession should possibly be ahead
Like the way Sexton never makes a mistake, always someone elses fault
David Wallace, James Coughlan - Heroes, Jonathan Davies
6-3 now, but ref got it wrong, missed the k-o.
Reffing only 1 team here, Heaslip in off-side in that maul, then Cullen ott, and next play it's penalty Leinster....!!!!
Total Homer. No attempt being made to hide it. Justice
3 high tackles. YC?
Shocking performance so far...
These early season games are not suited to the Irish teams late preseasons. Leinster lucky to have a handy home game for starters
The only thing lance is on is his bike 6 hours a day, busting his ass, what are you on?
"Tom Hayes, the younger brother of John. John has 101 Heineken cap, Tom has one, s he only has 100 to go ..."
Michael Corcoran, RTE
"Playing against ROG, your big game plan is to try and pressure him but he’d dump it off to Wally and next thing you’re five metres behind the gain line because he was an absolute freak." Rory Best, Irish Examiner, May 2012