Sunday, March 25, 2018

Online comments after Ospreys v Leinster

A selection of the “keyboard warrior” reactions after the full-time whistle of our featured matches of the weekend.

If you’d like to contribute stay tuned to
our Facebook page for our “Feel free to leave your thoughts…” posts which show up around full time after Leinster & Ireland matches.


Leinster not at the races

Craig Grehan


!!!!!!!

Paul Mc Mahon


Sometimes it's better to say nothing 😣 luckily Munster did us a favour in beating Scarlets

Rachael O'Brien


Well off the pace. Ospreys held the ball and were excellent.

Dave Kavanagh


I’d rather not (leave my thoughts) thank you

Daniel Ryan


Lacey is the most bias ref I’ve ever seen. I’d say the Romainian RFU would even be embarrassed by him.

A few Leinster players looked like they don’t want to play next week

Chris McDonnell


Ouch......

Paula Downes


Shite. A few players played themselves out of a place in the side for next week. Carbery should have been at 10 tonight. He's the long term successor to Sexton so play him at 10 when the opportunity arises. Still think we'll do the business next weekend. COYBIB💙🇮🇪

Jamie Donohoe


Too much beer for the Irish lads last weekend! None of them at the races today. Don’t think this game has much impact on next week though

Conor Young


Ospreys deserving winners. injuries made it tougher and Leinster were unable to play in the right areas.

Noel Hewson


Better turn up next week

Paul McGovern


It was the B backs. What do you expect.

Aubrey Fogarty


That midfield trio is so lightweight it’s ridiculous. Byrne seems to be having second season syndrome within the same season, not sure the aversion to Joey at ten. Otherwise we simply didn’t show up, and the less said about Lacey the better, although his worse decision benefitted is, Barry’s foot clearly in touch!

Derek Tormey


Many thanks to all who offered opinions.

Look out Monday for our match writeup JLP
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