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Can London Irish avoid the drop?
John H (IP Logged)
03 January, 2018 22:50

 
Re: Can London Irish avoid the drop?
waltham (IP Logged)
04 January, 2018 09:29
Interesting...Maybe add Connor as well?

 
Re: Can London Irish avoid the drop?
peejay (IP Logged)
04 January, 2018 12:05
Interesting indeed, but will anybody within the club act!

 
Re: Can London Irish avoid the drop?
Fanski (IP Logged)
04 January, 2018 13:45
No it will need at ,least 3 wins and worcs will pick up points

 
Re: Can London Irish avoid the drop?
Portcullis Irish (IP Logged)
05 January, 2018 10:18
Some excellent pointers there pleased to see we have signed the 2 Saffas.
Personally I think Saints are the likelier team for us to catch Wuss have scored tries and won games by doing so which is admirable Stains apart from superman Lawes look a busted flush but to overtake them we need at least 4 wins which is big ask Sneak something tomorrow and I will be a lot more positivel

 
Re: Can London Irish avoid the drop?
Margin_Walker (IP Logged)
05 January, 2018 10:23
Unless either team above us completely implode, it's going to take 30+ points to survive. It's possible, but as above would be at least 4 or 5 wins from the remaining games. Nothing I've seen this season from us suggests that it's achievable. Would take a huge shift in performance that I just don't think we have the tools for.

 
Re: Can London Irish avoid the drop?
cjm. (IP Logged)
05 January, 2018 11:02
Perhaps the Six Nations will do us some favours.

 
Re: Can London Irish avoid the drop?
Foggy-Balla (IP Logged)
05 January, 2018 12:18
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Perhaps the Six Nations will do us some favours.

Give us something to do instead of watching Irish?



Faugh-a-Ballagh!

"Our prayer is 'God save Ireland' and pour blessings on her name!"

Vestigia Nulla Retrorsum

 
Re: Can London Irish avoid the drop?
Shawshank (IP Logged)
05 January, 2018 12:21
We have no chance of avoiding the drop when our most dynamic front 5 forward continues to get splinters in his @#$%& sitting on the bench...

 
Re: Can London Irish avoid the drop?
cjm. (IP Logged)
05 January, 2018 12:36
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Foggy-Balla
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Perhaps the Six Nations will do us some favours.

Give us something to do instead of watching Irish?

:-) Exactly take our minds off things while we watch our respective national teams. I am look forward to Scotland winning the GS, nothing less will do.

 
Re: Can London Irish avoid the drop?
Jamo (IP Logged)
05 January, 2018 16:53
To answer the question posed by this thread..No.

 
Re: Can London Irish avoid the drop?
Foggy-Balla (IP Logged)
05 January, 2018 17:43
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cjm.
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Foggy-Balla
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cjm.
Perhaps the Six Nations will do us some favours.

Give us something to do instead of watching Irish?

:-) Exactly take our minds off things while we watch our respective national teams. I am look forward to Scotland winning the GS, nothing less will do.

To choose London Irish as one team to support, cjm, may be regarded as a misfortune; to choose Scotland as the other looks like carelessness (Sm14)



Faugh-a-Ballagh!

"Our prayer is 'God save Ireland' and pour blessings on her name!"

Vestigia Nulla Retrorsum

 
Re: Can London Irish avoid the drop?
Florida (IP Logged)
05 January, 2018 18:38
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Foggy-Balla
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cjm.
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Foggy-Balla
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cjm.
Perhaps the Six Nations will do us some favours.

Give us something to do instead of watching Irish?

:-) Exactly take our minds off things while we watch our respective national teams. I am look forward to Scotland winning the GS, nothing less will do.

To choose London Irish as one team to support, cjm, may be regarded as a misfortune; to choose Scotland as the other looks like carelessness (Sm14)

A few months ago this would have made me chuckle, but now I'm genuinely worried by Scotland. They're beginning to look pretty tasty, although I feel they might come undone with a few key injuries and lack of depth.

The 6Nations is shaping up to be a fantastic contest this year!

 
Re: Can London Irish avoid the drop?
cjm. (IP Logged)
05 January, 2018 20:31
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Florida
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Foggy-Balla
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cjm.
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Foggy-Balla
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cjm.
Perhaps the Six Nations will do us some favours.

Give us something to do instead of watching Irish?

:-) Exactly take our minds off things while we watch our respective national teams. I am look forward to Scotland winning the GS, nothing less will do.

To choose London Irish as one team to support, cjm, may be regarded as a misfortune; to choose Scotland as the other looks like carelessness (Sm14)

A few months ago this would have made me chuckle, but now I'm genuinely worried by Scotland. They're beginning to look pretty tasty, although I feel they might come undone with a few key injuries and lack of depth.

The 6Nations is shaping up to be a fantastic contest this year!

I think Scotland are starting to have reasonable depth ( although not at flyhalf which is a worry ). The problem is the way they play can be fragile because they are always taking risks. When it works its great when it doesn't it can be a horror show.


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