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  • Paddy Whac
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    I know Flannery didn't play in the Connacht game but I see a picture of him training with the Munster team in Cork during the week on "irishrugby.ie". Good to see him back after his injury.


    Actually, I don't see any sign of Wally but he is named in the squad so he is surely available.





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  • sewa
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    Originally posted by McCloud
    Originally posted by sewa


    Why did they let Wally play on after the injury?





    My thought was that Wally was trying to run it off. Was suprised that he started the second half tbh.

    Rest, Ice Compression, Elevation and the sooner the better was I thought thecurrent advice. We need Wally badlyin the HC especially considering were up against Martyn Williams next week.


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  • McCloud
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    Originally posted by sewa


    Why did they let Wally play on after the injury?





    My thought was that Wally was trying to run it off. Was suprised that he started the second half tbh.

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    McGann is a 7 only.

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  • sewa
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    Why did they let Wally play on after the injury?


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  • Sarsfield
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    Originally posted by Dermot G
    Axle & MOD are both out.



    Bear & Wally can both play there however. Coughlan might be 3rd choice.
    McGann appears to be the cover though if yesterday is anything to go by. Leamy can cover six and eight so that leaves seven a bit sparse

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  • lahinch_lass
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    maybe he's thinking quinnie would switch to 7 and bring McGann/JOS in at 6 [img]smileys/confused.gif[/img]

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  • Guest's Avatar
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    Axle & MOD are both out.



    Bear & Wally can both play there however. Coughlan might be 3rd choice.

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  • Max Headroom
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    Originally posted by Sarsfield
    Originally posted by B.A.
    McGann would probably be the replacement for Wally if he was injured.
    That seems to be DK's thinking. He's been playing 7 in the ML hasn't he?
    AFAIK McGann is a specialist openside. Don't think he can cover other areas of the back row

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  • Sarsfield
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    Originally posted by B.A.
    McGann would probably be the replacement for Wally if he was injured.
    That seems to be DK's thinking. He's been playing 7 in the ML hasn't he?

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  • B.A.
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    McGann would probably be the replacement for Wally if he was injured.

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  • Sarsfield
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    IMO, Quinnies discipline has been a leeeddle bit suspect this season, especially against the Ospreys

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  • thisyear?
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    confused cause as I see it Quinnie would have been down to play as first choice 6 next weekend anyways - so how could he provide cover at 7?


    With Axel out we will really need Leamy and Wally to continue playing as well as they have been recently. And if Quinnie does play then he needs to behave himself in what is going to be a hostile area of the pitch...

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  • Sarsfield
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    @@@@SPAN ="storyline">Here's the artilce of which the clouded one speaks...

    Kidney confident on Wallace, Murphy injuries@@@@/SPAN>



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  • Firecracker
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    @@@@SPAN =storydeck2>Same issue - cannot open article - but this is the opening lines at least - its under breaking news in Irish Independent... @@@@/SPAN>


    @@@@SPAN =storydeck2>Munster coach Declan Kidney is confident that openside David Wallace and centre Barry Murphy will recover from knocks taken in the 13-0 Magner's League win over Connacht on Sunday.@@@@/SPAN>

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