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Preistland Missed Con.

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    Posted: 07 September 2014 at 6:49pm
As soon as Rhys missed that Conversion, I told my mate that could have sealed the game. 16 pts ahead would have been too much.

Watched the game last night again and did any one notice when Gareth Davies scored the 4 th try ??

There wasnt an Ulster player near him. Under the posts Conversion over game over.

They should there last try and look at there player over the line and tried to get as near to the posts as possible.

Little things like that can win/draw/lose games.
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I must have been looking the other way at a critical time then, or was it a ghost that he sidestepped just short of the line?
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Originally posted by GreyScarlet GreyScarlet wrote:

I must have been looking the other way at a critical time then, or was it a ghost that he sidestepped just short of the line?


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Apparently RP keeps a slice of bacon in his shorts pocket, if he is under the cosh he can then eat his way out of trouble

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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote EJPT Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 07 September 2014 at 10:47pm
Priestland had a flat game but was a whole lot better then he had been before his injury last season. Points were crucial points are always crucial. We have seen him miss 3 kicks and we have won the game in the end our defense was the problem. Good at blitzing the ulster wide play, but there set peices in the middle of the park left us with so many gaps.
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Can't believe this is still being talked about...

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