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Old 15-09-2008, 12:36 PM
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Default Royce Burke Flynn...the future of Irish rugby....

Article yesterday in the Independent about him - was one of the lads sent over to South Africa for the past few months to learn more about propping and the dark art of front row play Saffa style...Ollie Le Roux helped set this up ...

We need to do more of this here...send the best young ones down south for a couple of summers to learn em good...

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royce burke flynn

have a dislike for him already
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Old 15-09-2008, 12:41 PM
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royce burke flynn

have a dislike for him already
Hee Hee Hee...I'm waiting for the response from the 'Intelligentsia' on this one...
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You have to look at the logic of it, send him down for experience and then when he comes back Stan Wright, Gomeza and Van Der Linde will be ahead of him.

There really should be more of these done though could send some backs to New Zealand as well. I think Hayes spent some time in New Zealand when he was younger so did Martin Johnson.
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Hee Hee Hee...I'm waiting for the response from the 'Intelligentsia' on this one...
The usual "he will be exposed/rattled/owned by" type childish gibberish predictions ?

And then go onto have a glittering career & game etc.

His parents deserve a slap for the name though.
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Playground Of Dreamss,one Year Old
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