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    Ladies A v Todgers A

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    Leinster A 48-14 Ulster A</font>
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    <div ="cap">Andy Maxwell scored a try for Ulster A</div>
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    An understrength Ulster A side was trounced 48-14 by Leinster A at Suttonians on Tuesday.
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    The home side led 17-0 at the interval and extended their advantage in the second half to take a comfortable win.
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    Ulster managed to open their account in the second half with Richard McCarter scoring a try which he then converted.
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    Ballymena winger Andrew Maxwell scored Ulster's second
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    The Beatings Will Continue Until Morale Improves

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    [img]smileys/lol.gif[/img], and they wonder why we say they're one-eyed oop norf. They get stuffed by 48-14 yet only the 14 points get mentioned.

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      #3
      That is the funniest match report I have ever read!!

      If it wasnt for they 48 points Leinster scored, Ulster would have beaten them!!

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        #4

        Originally posted by SkibRed
        That is the funniest match report I have ever read!!

        If it wasnt for they 48 points Leinster scored, Ulster would have beaten them!!
        It's a valid point alright!

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          #5
          I see Niall Ronan was playing centre today, wonder where he's off to next year?
          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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            #6


            fuller report on the beeb site now....






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            <DIV ="sh">Leinster A 50-14 Ulster A </DIV></DIV></TD></TR>
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            <DIV ="cap">Andy Maxwell scored a try for Ulster A</DIV></DIV></TD></TR></T></T></TABLE><!- E IIMA -><!- S SF ->An understrength Ulster A side was trounced 50-14 by Leinster A at Suttonians on Tuesday.


            The home side led 17-0 at the interval and extended their advantage in the second half to take a comfortable win.


            Ulster managed to open their account in the second half with Richard McCarter scoring a try which he then converted.


            Ballymena winger Andrew Maxwell scored Ulster's second try with Owen McMurray adding the conversion after coming on as a replacement for McCarter. <!- E SF ->


            The hosts took the lead through a Jonathan Sexton penalty after three minutes after a strong initial Michael Berne break.


            Berne was then rewarded for some powerful forward surges with the first try in a blustery setting after some excellent work from skipper Kevin McLaughlin.


            Sexton added the difficult penalty from the touchline to push the Blues into a 10-0 lead which was extended further when a clever Stephen Grissing kick and chase found scrum-half Matthew D'Arcy who scrambled home from close range.


            Sexton added the points to give Leinster a 17-0 half-time lead. Sexton picked up where he left off in the first half when he surged forward in the 4st minute to touch down under the posts and easily added the points.


            It was one-way traffic and Berne added his second try of the afternoon, with St. Mary's man Sexton again converting, to give the hosts a seemingly unassailable 31-0 lead.


            To Ulster's credit they fought back and were rewarded with tries through out-half McCarter who converted his own breakaway try and Maxwell.


            But tries late on from the effective Niall Ronan and later from replacements Cian Culleton and Vasily Artemiev heaped more misery on the northeners who only had another breakaway effort from Jamie Smith.
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            Leinster: R McCarron (V Artemiev, 45), S Grissing, M Berne (C McNaughton 56), N Ronan, F Carr, J Sexton (A Dunne, 50), M D'Arcy (D Coughlan, ht); J Lyne (K Moloney, 56), A O'Sullivan (C Culleton, 56), R. Sweeney (P Doran-Jones, ht), A Byrnes, D Toner, K McLaughlin (capt), D Laffan, D Dillon








            Ulster: M Kettyle, S Young, A Maxwell, S McGaw, J Smith, R McCarter, P Coulter; N Conlon, N Brady, T Court, L Stephenson, Filo, C Henry (capt), G Moore, S Lamb.





            Referee: E. O'Dowd (IRFU) </TD></TR></T></T></TABLE>

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