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By Blues Ed
December 7 2017

This week'sFriday night trip to Cork will offer a very useful guide as to how the resurgent Blues are shaping up. Munster 'A' are reigning B& I champions and always tricky on their own turf ...

We've not played them before but have chosen a strong squad including new Welsh signing Huw Worthington who will be on the bench.

In the first round both teams won but we are one point ahead. in the group table with Miunster back here a wekk on Saturday so it's going to be an interesting week.

Blues: 15. Rich Lane 14. Elliot Clement-Hill 13. Ollie Dodge 12. Michael Le Bourgeois (capt) 11. Dean Adamson 10. Will Hooley 9. Jordan Burns 1. Sean McCarthy 2. Tom Lindsay 3. Ben Cooper 4. Ed Taylor 5. Jordan Onojaife 6. Alex Rae 7. Josh Buggea 8. Jarad Williams

Reps: Jacob Fields,  Dave Spelman,  Alex Penny, Will Carrick-Smith, Huw Worthington, Lee Dickson, Harry Sheppard

Munster A:  Stephen Fitzgerald; Jack Power, David Johnston (C), Alex McHenry, Liam Coombes; Bill Johnston, James Hart; Joey Conway, Mike Sherry, TBC; Fineen Wycherley, Sean McCarthy, Sean O’Connor, Tommy O’Donnell, Gavin Coombes.

Reps:  Duncan Casey, Bryan O’Connor, John Foley, Jack O’Sullivan, John Poland, Conor Fitzgerald, Dave McCarthy.

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Blues Brothers (IP Logged)
07/12/2017 12:47
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Garlic sausage (IP Logged)
07/12/2017 16:48
Huw, I mean who?

 
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Garlic sausage (IP Logged)
08/12/2017 22:39
Impressive.

 
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compo simonite (IP Logged)
09/12/2017 13:44
“Stephan Ftiz missed catch from ruck kick bounced into Bedford hands
Soft try... “

“The last try we gave away was a sickener. Fitzgerald uncharacteristically fumbled it only for Power to pick it up and do the same and they pounced. They had an excellent 10. Very strong side, next weekend will be tough but hopefully they can regroup and grind it out. .....”

Just a couple of quotes from Munster fan zone......would seem we were fortunate with the last try, certainly it is going to be a big game next weekend with them very keen to even the score, let’s hope the weather improves to encourage our occasional supporters to enjoy the fare on offer at GR........who wants to do Christmas shopping anyway.

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