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    Munsterfans. NON PROC team.

    Its not so much that the other side is a cork side, its not, it just
    seems to be missing limerick men, I'm sure when williams Galway,
    lenihan, corkery, wood, spring are added to the side it will be an
    excellent legends team

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      #3
      I actually thought that was john o sullivan from his early connacht
      days. Actually surely Pat O Hara will get a back row spot on any have
      decent squad.
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        #4


        Originally posted by scotscor


        Actually surely Pat O Hara will get a back row spot on any have decent squad.




        I'll be nominating him anyway - in fact I already did. on an earlier Munster Legends XV thread.
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          What about Mick Fitzgibbon, Laz? Great player.
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            #6
            Originally posted by Old Dog


            What about Mick Fitzgibbon, Laz? Great player.


            Hope this isn't sarcasm! Askeatons finest.
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              #7
              Originally posted by Old Dog

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              What about Mick Fitzgibbon, Laz?Great player.
              Yeah, huge tackler.

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                #8
                Originally posted by Lazarus


                Originally posted by scotscor
                Its not so much that the other side is a cork side, its not, it just seems to be missing limerick men, I'm sure when williams Galway, lenihan, corkery, wood, spring are added to the side it will be an excellent legends team

                Your barred..





                Backrow to be selected from.. Niall O'Donovan,Ben Cronin,Brian Spillane,Ger Earls,Eddie Halvey,Brian Toland,Colm Tucker,Paul Hogan.


                Just my suggestions up above..


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                Is it only a game?
                And its Thomond Park NOT Thomond

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                  #9
                  Originally posted by Paddie
                  Originally posted by Old Dog


                  What about Mick Fitzgibbon, Laz? Great player.


                  Hope this isn't sarcasm! Askeatons finest.





                  No siree - I'm a big admirer of the luckless Mick Fitz.





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                    #10
                    Originally posted by Old Dog
                    Originally posted by Paddie
                    Originally posted by Old Dog


                    What about Mick Fitzgibbon, Laz? Great player.


                    Hope this isn't sarcasm! Askeatons finest.


                    No siree - I'm a big admirer of the luckless Mick Fitz.


                    Paddie whats wrong with Mick Fitz
                    Is it only a game?
                    And its Thomond Park NOT Thomond

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                      #11
                      Originally posted by seanp
                      Originally posted by Old Dog
                      Originally posted by Paddie
                      Originally posted by Old Dog


                      What about Mick Fitzgibbon, Laz? Great player.


                      Hope this isn't sarcasm! Askeatons finest.


                      No siree - I'm a big admirer of the luckless Mick Fitz.


                      Paddie whats wrong with Mick Fitz


                      #Absolutely nothing! Thought he was a superb player. In fact most of his injuries were down to the fact that he had very little feeling in his tackling shoulder. No pain whatsoever when he tackled!
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                        #12

                        Originally posted by Paddie
                        Originally posted by seanp
                        Originally posted by Old Dog
                        Originally posted by Paddie
                        Originally posted by Old Dog


                        What about Mick Fitzgibbon, Laz? Great player.


                        Hope this isn't sarcasm! Askeatons finest.


                        No siree - I'm a big admirer of the luckless Mick Fitz.


                        Paddie whats wrong with Mick Fitz


                        #Absolutely nothing! Thought he was a superb player. In
                        fact most of his injuries were down to the fact that he had very little
                        feeling in his tackling shoulder. No pain whatsoever when he
                        tackled!
                        I just cant believe how many of ye are dissing Mick Fitz

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                          George Hook had nothing but praise for Mick in his book from his days of coaching Connacht.


                          I think he referred to him as the toughest player he ever coached.

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                            #14


                            I wouldn`t like to be carrying the ball into a backrow containing Mick Fitz and Pat O Hara. Two of the hardest b**tards ever played for Ireland.

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                              #15
                              Originally posted by scotscor
                              Originally posted by Paddie
                              Originally posted by seanp
                              Originally posted by Old Dog
                              Originally posted by Paddie
                              Originally posted by Old Dog


                              What about Mick Fitzgibbon, Laz? Great player.


                              Hope this isn't sarcasm! Askeatons finest.


                              No siree - I'm a big admirer of the luckless Mick Fitz.


                              Paddie whats wrong with Mick Fitz


                              #Absolutely nothing! Thought he was a superb player. In fact most of his injuries were down to the fact that he had very little feeling in his tackling shoulder. No pain whatsoever when he tackled!

                              I just cant believe how many of ye are dissing Mick Fitz

                              I have read the posts a couple of times now and I am trying to see where Mick Fitz has been "dissed". A fine player who got a paltry few caps for Ireland who was a member of the most dominant pack in Irish rugby in the 80's (Shannon)


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