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  • ormond lad
    started a topic Ireland u20 6 Nations and World Championship 2019

    Ireland u20 6 Nations and World Championship 2019

    Home games in 6 Nations to be played in Musgrave Park
    http://www.the42.ie/ireland-u20s-mus...47674-Sep2018/

    We're in group in world championships next year with England, Australia and Italy

  • ScrummieMan
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    Noel McNamara has been named as the new Academy Manager for Leinster.

    Recently, Peter Smyth left the post to become the Irish Rugby Football Union's Head of Elite Player Development.

    This left an important vacancy in the Leinster organisation and McNamara has accepted the offer to maintain the production of professional players for Leo Cullen’s senior squad.

    The Clare man has just finished a two-year contract as head coach to the Ireland U20s, guiding them through two Six Nations and World Cup campaigns.

    The highlight of his tenure was this season’s glorious Grand Slam, Ireland’s first since 2007.

    It is not yet clear whether McNamara will extend his Ireland U20 contract to combine both roles or give a total commitment to the new post in the Academy.
    https://www.independent.ie/sport/rug...-38252737.html

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  • Mumhain
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    Originally posted by Stanley View Post
    What happens with Noel McNamara now, he did a brilliant job since in situ, how long is his contract, does he want to join a pro outfit or stick to his knitting - the Schools game.
    Noel McNamara has been named as the new Academy Manager for Leinster. His under-20's contract was a two-year deal, so he could be offered a new deal with the Irish 20's, or decide himself to focus on the Leinster academy. I'm not sure how I'd feel about the academy manager, of any of the provinces, also being the Irish under 20 coach.

    There's a fair chance that it would have absolutely no bearing on selection, but there will always be accusations that there is a conflict of interests.

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  • Stanley
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    What happens with Noel McNamara now, he did a brilliant job since in situ, how long is his contract, does he want to join a pro outfit or stick to his knitting - the Schools game.

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  • Munsterboy
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    Originally posted by dropkick View Post
    On second viewing I thought Flannery was outstanding. He has great vision and awareness. He also finished as the top offloader of the tournament with 11. He's a bit like Carbery in style.
    Getting pretty excited about the number of genuinely talented lads coming through for Munster. There’s some huge potential there and with the new coaching team we could be seeing the stars re-aligning at last.

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  • dropkick
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    On second viewing I thought Flannery was outstanding. He has great vision and awareness. He also finished as the top offloader of the tournament with 11. He's a bit like Carbery in style.

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  • Munsterboy
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    Originally posted by jelly belly View Post
    I cought the end of the highlights on ITV 4 last night. One of the "experts" came up with this gem "If you don't count the Irish game England went through the tournament unbeaten"
    If you don’t count the games we lost, we won the World Cup. That’s a very positive outlook on life.

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  • Cathalsmart
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    So England didnt go unbeaten?

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  • jelly belly
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    I cought the end of the highlights on ITV 4 last night. One of the "experts" came up with this gem "If you don't count the Irish game England went through the tournament unbeaten"

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  • neill_m
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    So the 2020 pools are:

    France, Wales, NZ, Trophy Winner
    Australia, England, Ireland, Fiji
    Argentina, South Africa, Italy, Georgia

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  • kahalui
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    France back to back champs. 24-23

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  • kahalui
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    Great game. Huge intensity from both sides. Aus 23 Fra 24 68mins


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  • lawrence
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    The first three visits of NZ to Irelands 22 in the first half resulted in try’s, the first three visits in this half have resulted in turnovers.

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  • kahalui
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    Far too slow to react at that last breakdown. They need to keep the intensity up.

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  • lawrence
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    Casey obviously puts a lot of stock in what’s posted here, his new tactic of using one jazz hand has replaced his clapping at opponents lineouts.

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