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    Connacht Team to Face Ulster

    @@@@SPAN ="storyline">Five changes for Connacht@@@@/SPAN>

    @@@@SPAN ="storydate">23/12/2006@@@@/SPAN>

    @@@@SPAN ="story">Connacht have
    announced their side to play Ulster in Ravenhill on St Stephen's Day (KO
    5.30pm).

    The side shows five changes from the one that played Montpellier
    last weekend. David Gannon, Ray Ofisa, Colm Rigney, Chris Keane and Darren Yapp
    all come into the side, in place of Ryan Strudwick, Matt Lacey, Michael Swift,
    Conor O'Loughlin and Ted Robinson.

    Lacey, Swift, O'Loughlin and Robinson
    are all named among the replacements.

    Connacht (v Ulster):

    Daniel
    Riordan; Darren Yapp, Paul Warwick, Gavin Williams, Keith Matthews; Mark McHugh,
    Chris Keane; Brett Wilkinson, John Fogarty (C), Stephen Knoop; David Gannon,
    Andrew Farley; John Muldoon, Ray Ofisa, Colm Rigney.

    Replacements: Adrian
    Flavin, Brett Sturgess, Michael Swift, Matt Lacey, Conor O'Loughlin, John
    Hearty, Ted Robinson.

    Not included due to injury: Ray Hogan (calf), Ronan
    Loughney (knee), Joe Merrigan (leg), Matt Mostyn (ankle), Tom Tierney (knee).@@@@/SPAN>
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    #2
    The Soninlaw really does fanny about with that team no end, dropping
    Ofiosa against Montpellier was daft. And he keeps on doing it. They
    could be a successful side, if they could somehow get him moved to some
    English first division side
    Seven social sins: politics without principles, wealth without work, pleasure without conscience, knowledge without character, commerce without morality, science without humanity, and worship without sacrifice



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      #3
      I thought the squad rotation thing was forced on him?


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        #4
        by who?
        Seven social sins: politics without principles, wealth without work, pleasure without conscience, knowledge without character, commerce without morality, science without humanity, and worship without sacrifice



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          #5
          IRFU?

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            #6
            Bradley's rotation policy is forced on by his own incompetence, nothing else. He's just a poor coach.
            It is useless to attempt to reason a man out of a thing he was never reasoned into.

            Every plan I have is the best plan in the room. Everybody get quiet and listen to it, and everybody will win

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              #7
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              <TD =abstract colSpan=2>Ulster have announced their team to face Connacht in their Magners League match on Boxing Day.</TD></TR>
              <TR>
              <TD =article colSpan=2>15 - Bryn Cunningham; 14 - Mark Bartholomeusz; 13 - Paul Steinmetz; 12 - Kevin Maggs; 11 - Andrew Trimble; 10 - David Humphreys/Paddy Wallace; 9 - Kieran Campbell;

              1 - Justin Fitzpatrick; 2 - Paul Shields/Rory Best; 3 - Simon Best (Captain); 4 - Justin Harrison; 5 - Matt McCullough/Tim Barker; 6 - Neil Best; 7 - Neil McMillan; 8 - Roger Wilson


              Replacements:
              16 - Paul Shields/Rory Best; 17 - Bryan Young; 18 - Matt McCullough/Tim Barker; 19 - Kieron Dawson; 20 - Isaac Boss; 21 - David Humphreys/Paddy Wallace; 22 - Tommy Bowe. </TD></TR></T></TABLE>


              magnersleague.com/570_1703.php


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                #8
                Hope Wallace gets the nod, time to show some faith in him.
                It is useless to attempt to reason a man out of a thing he was never reasoned into.

                Every plan I have is the best plan in the room. Everybody get quiet and listen to it, and everybody will win

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                  #9


                  I'm pretty sure he'll start wallace, he's probably just keeping Connacht guessing i think.


                  All due respect to Connacht who are a tough enough side we should be expecting to pick up a bonus point win with either Wallace or Humph at 10 so for one Humph needs the rest with Leinster on the 31st and Wallace needs gametime at 10 for all sorts of reasons.

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