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    Posted: 09 December 2014 at 1:28pm
P1 Win Bristol
P2 Win Rotherham Titans
P3 Win Worcester
P4 Win Doncaster
P5 Win Leinster
HRU1 Yorkshire Carnegie (19)
HRU2 Pontypridd (15)  Away to London Scottish
HRU3 Munster (14) Away to Moseley
HRU4 Cornish Pirates (14) Away to Bedford
HRU5 Carmarthen Quins (12) Home to Jersey

All the pool leaders are already pool winners and have booked their places in the quarter-finals.

Quite an unlikely scenario but for Quins to qualify, they'll need to beat Jersey and hope that 2 of Munster / Ponty / Cornish Pirates lose in their away matches. 

While London Scottish and Moseley have their home advantage for the games, they cannot qualify so might not field a full strength side. 

I'd expect Ponty to go to Scottish and get a win so that leaves us relying on losses for Pirates and Munster.

Bedford like us are on 12 points playing Pirates, so should we end up joint on 16 points i'm not sure what the next criteria would be for qualification.


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Time for you to go on Countdown Mase!!!
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Trying to give myself justification for going up Saturday, are you thinking of going?
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote 157cb Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 09 December 2014 at 2:05pm
Really looking forward to this up at Llandovery on Saturday 2pm ko .

It was great to read on the Plymouth match report that 18 year old No.8 Tom Phillips was outstanding and 19 year old full back Steff Evans was excellent under the high ball .

Å win for this group and results go with them a quarter final will be secured ,a good effort for this talented group who have done well considering the group have been missing so many players during this period .
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote supertaf Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 12 December 2014 at 3:32pm
Any news on the team? Lots of boys available after the naming of the Scarlets team so should be a strong side. Looking forward to it.
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QUINS V JERSEY
By Colin Clarke | 12/12/2014
Quins Squad tp play Jersey RFC in final pool fixture at Church Bank, Llandovery - kick off 2pm.
15. Steff Evans
14. Frazier Climo
13. Steff Hughes (c)
12. Adam Warren
11. Jordan Williams
10. Daniel Jones
9. Kieran Hardy
1. Rhys Thomas
2. Ryan Elias
3. Jacobie Adriaanse
4. Lewis Rawlins
5. Shaun Jones
6. Phil Day
7. Will Boyde
8. Tom Phillips

16. Torrin Myhill
17. Gethin Robinson
18. Ben Leung
19. Roy Osborn
20. Kyle Evans
21. Aaron Warren
22 Iolo Evans
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Because I don't follow the rfc team there are a few forwards I have not seen. But blydi hell those backs look as if they could cause some damage. Good luck to the Quins hope they win.
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All the best to the Quins today !!! Looking forward to a good game up at Llandovery .

A win and a bit of luck with other results and who knows a possible Quarter Final for these talented young lads .
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote Ffidel Bennett Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 13 December 2014 at 12:32pm
Strong starting XV but I can't really see any scrum-half replacement and Jordan is the 10 replacement I presume.
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Jersey RFC tweeting, they are winning 9-7.

Adam Warren try for Quins.
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote minded Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 13 December 2014 at 2:46pm
Half time updates 
Quins losing 9-7
Pirates losing 24-16
Munster tied 13-13
Ponty losing 7-5


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Try Quins - Jordan - now winning 12-9.

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Third try Quins with Jersey just having a man sin-binned. Rolling maul with Osborn scoring.

Quins 19-9 Jersey.


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Fourth try Quins!!! Aaron Warren.

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Quins win 24-9.

Munster have smashed Moseley and will have a best runner up spot alongside Yorkshire.

Relying on Ponty coming away with nothing at L. Scottish. Currently losing 17-15 with 20 mins to go.


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Ponty winning 18-17
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