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Message 1 - posted by Kommandant (U4026383) , May 20, 2006

OH WHAT A MAN, SHEER CLASS.
Tremendous
Fantastic display
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Message 2 - posted by cheeryand right (U3613423) , May 20, 2006

Well done Munster ! ... any chance of a quiet pint in Limerick tonight ?

whistle

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Message 3 - posted by hewtwit (U1693023) , May 20, 2006

my newly born niece is a stringer - and he gave us that performance to tell her about!

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Message 4 - posted by illhaveagin (U2696027) , May 20, 2006

Yep Stringer was the man today

As I said on another thread he kept his head and called on all his experience and know how when his province needed it,

Foley and O'Connell could not give any more and had to go off and the little man took the responsibility on to his shoulders and guided the team home.

Deffo Man of the match went to the right guy today unlike the England V Ireland 6 nations game!

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Message 5 - posted by munster_immigrant (U3534060) , May 20, 2006

yeh, it really was a top drawer performance. halstead had a cracker as well.was terrified though when stringer went down with the hamstring injury - o'leary in my opinion is only the weak link in the munster 22.

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Message 6 - posted by fildinni (U2755384) , May 20, 2006

Can I just apologise, for years I have been unconvinced by Stringer but wow, what a performance, that try, that face when he scored it!

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Message 7 - posted by itachi22 (U1963011) , May 20, 2006

it was a bit funny that it was Stringer who won it for Munster....after what happened in 2002(letting Back to steal the ball)

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Message 8 - posted by Irishrugbyfan (U4046122) , May 20, 2006

What a game! Finally Munster are European Champions, well deserved. I hope they can now build on this and win it again next year!

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Message 9 - posted by turboprop (U3993255) , May 20, 2006

Well done Munster! Thought you were gonners when the TJ let that try in - Chris White should have used the video ref to play back - then it would have been a line-out to Munster! Anyway - you guys played your hearts out and deserved the win!

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Message 10 - posted by jjmacf (U4047059) , May 20, 2006

Was there Cardiff in 2002, maybe just as well missed this one or would have jinxed 'em again. They "held their head when all around them........" just shows you it's not just brute power, the smallest man on the pitch was the biggest on the day. Don't forget Cork, it's not just Limerick who are a stronghold of Munster rugby.......Stringer, O'Gara, Kidney, O'Callaghan, Horgan,Horan..... Munster abu

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Message 11 - posted by munster_immigrant (U3534060) , May 20, 2006

Jim Williams - cork / limerick? perhaps he's from charleville on the border?

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Message 12 - posted by Logsy275 (U2980304) , May 20, 2006

Cometh the hour, Cometh Peter Stringer!! Great game, electric atmosphere, would love to be out in Limerick tonight! Well done lads!

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Message 13 - posted by Owsyerip (U3116943) , May 20, 2006

As a Welshman, I raise a glass to Peter Stringer, all 11st 8ibs of him. Let his character, determination, strength and skill stand as two fingers up to those gigantist cretins everywhere who believe that modern rugby is a game only for the musclebound.

Also let Shane Williams, James Simpson-Daniel, Chris Paterson, Christophe Dominici et al continue to prove the same.

Yechyd da!!!!!!

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Message 14 - posted by cullyFan (U3543462) , May 20, 2006

Eat that Stephen Jones,Peter O'Reilly and any other of those ignorant Stringer critics.The man is without doubt one of the most tactically astute srummies in the world; or maybe even the best. I've never seen him being outplayed at the base or in the open field and the man never makes the wrong move.In short, the man is a hero and a credit to Irish rugby.

To the BRAVE AND FAITHFUL, NOTHING IS IMPOSSIBLE

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Message 15 - posted by BBD (U2875839) , May 20, 2006

11st8lbs??????? was he carrying a pig under his arm?

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Message 16 - posted by glengara (U1691002) , May 20, 2006

*I've never seen him being outplayed at the base or in the open field..*

Neither have I winkeye

His "perceived" shortcomings as a SC have always been overblown, IMO....

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Message 17 - posted by BBD (U2875839) , May 20, 2006

never takes a backward step and the audacity of his try today was outstanding!!! biggrinalealealealealealealealealeale

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Message 18 - posted by ChrisHorswell (U4049204) , May 20, 2006

Well done Munster, great that you have won - I hope we see you in Gloucester again next season!

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Message 19 - posted by themick171 (U2992134) , May 20, 2006

Following on from this message I believe Peter 0' Reilly and most especially Stephen Jones should state in their columns tomorrow the undoubted GREATNESS of one of Irelands most consistently underrated players. Further to this I encourage all likeminded individuals to harrang, in a legal manner, Messers Jones and O'Reilly should their comments in the Sunday Indo and Sunday Times not be suitably positive on Stringy.

OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH LLLLLLLLLLLLLLie

The BRAVE AND FAITHFUL HAVE NOW PROVED THAT NOTHING IS IMPOSSIBLE.

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Message 20 - posted by cullyFan (U3543462) , May 20, 2006

thats what i call a gr8 idea: here,here

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