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Topic: Team v Munster
Posted By: GPR - Rochester
Subject: Team v Munster
Date Posted: 10 March 2021 at 4:28pm
Well we are about to find out if our recent upturn in form is really an upturn or a mirage. Lets not mistake Benetton or Edinburgh as good teams this season - Munster are the real deal. A losing bonus point or better will mean we have come a long way since the embarrassments against the Blues thats for sure.

An interesting dilemma awaits in selection with the availability of Johnny Williams - where does he play? His usual shirt - 12, if so who plays 13? Munster will have De Allende and Farrell who are solid guys who don't take any prisoners. My personal choice would be Tyler at 13 with hopefully Costellow back at 10. Our front row resources will be tested again - hopefully Javan, Rob & Samson will come through. 



Replies:
Posted By: Owen111
Date Posted: 10 March 2021 at 5:08pm
Shingler to start 


Posted By: EJPT
Date Posted: 10 March 2021 at 5:29pm
I’d go

1. Price 
2. Jones 
3. Javan
4. Tex
5. Lousi
6. Cass
7. Jac
8. Kal

9. Blacker
10. Angus
11. Evans
12. Johnny W
13. Tyler
14. Prydie
15. Johnny M




Posted By: townboy
Date Posted: 10 March 2021 at 6:04pm
Originally posted by GPR - Rochester GPR - Rochester wrote:

Well we are about to find out if our recent upturn in form is really an upturn or a mirage. Lets not mistake Benetton or Edinburgh as good teams this season - Munster are the real deal. A losing bonus point or better will mean we have come a long way since the embarrassments against the Blues thats for sure.

An interesting dilemma awaits in selection with the availability of Johnny Williams - where does he play? His usual shirt - 12, if so who plays 13? Munster will have De Allende and Farrell who are solid guys who don't take any prisoners. My personal choice would be Tyler at 13 with hopefully Costellow back at 10. Our front row resources will be tested again - hopefully Javan, Rob & Samson will come through. 
Don’t change a winning side for me,thought the performance in Edinburgh was one of the best this year..Shingler coming off the bench for the last 20/25 will be great just to see him back..Has Johnny been back with our squad all week to train...Also bring Costellow off the bench as I thought Dan went well last week 


Posted By: ladram
Date Posted: 10 March 2021 at 6:30pm
Originally posted by townboy townboy wrote:

Originally posted by GPR - Rochester GPR - Rochester wrote:

Well we are about to find out if our recent upturn in form is really an upturn or a mirage. Lets not mistake Benetton or Edinburgh as good teams this season - Munster are the real deal. A losing bonus point or better will mean we have come a long way since the embarrassments against the Blues thats for sure.

An interesting dilemma awaits in selection with the availability of Johnny Williams - where does he play? His usual shirt - 12, if so who plays 13? Munster will have De Allende and Farrell who are solid guys who don't take any prisoners. My personal choice would be Tyler at 13 with hopefully Costellow back at 10. Our front row resources will be tested again - hopefully Javan, Rob & Samson will come through. 
Don’t change a winning side for me,thought the performance in Edinburgh was one of the best this year..Shingler coming off the bench for the last 20/25 will be great just to see him back..Has Johnny been back with our squad all week to train...Also bring Costellow off the bench as I thought Dan went well last week 
has jonny come back fit?and is sam over his injury?


Posted By: Mr Ian
Date Posted: 10 March 2021 at 6:34pm
at the moment Steff Hughes has an important role of connector both phases, attack and defence. He is an untochable in my view.
A similar situation with Prydie, against a strong team like Munster I would like to see his experience...Could be a Munster sure of his final in the league and we can take advantage of  a their soft approach to the game



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