Dreadful match review on Official site

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Dreadful match review on Official site

by gabriel on Sun Feb 10, 2013 10:15 pm

The late and much missed Robin Clive would be very upset with the current state of literacy on display on the Club's website.

The review of the Saracens match makes particularly painful reading:

'... and caused Saracens into uncharacteristic mistakes.'
'... allowing Saracens very little, if no time on the ball.'
'The sides when into the sheds all square ...'
'Irish need a response and the team certainly rose to the challenge.'

I read them out to the Mammy and she was horrified. She said, said she, that the Christian Brothers would be the very men to sort out the amadán that wrote such tripe. She also said Paddy Lennon would be a good second choice of there wasn't a brother out of jail at the moment.
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Re: Dreadful match review on Official site

by dom_pedro on Tue Feb 19, 2013 12:35 pm

They are usually pretty dreadful and I have to admit I tend not to read them:

The highlight of the afternoon for London Irish came on 64 minutes when Jack Moates scored his first Premiership try for the club. Marland Yarde took a quick throw in to Ian Humphreys. The fly half dummied to kick and run past two defenders before passing back to Yarde who galloped clear, beating four defenders in the process, before passing to Jack Moates who fended off Tom Heathcote before diving in at the corner. Ian Humphreys conversion went over to cut the deficit, with 15 minutes remaining, to seven points.

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