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    Quote Originally Posted by The Alpha Bro View Post
    The Canterbury one, Leinster and Lifestyle already have a link.
    Got you. Thought you meant Adidas kit. Also they've said they are already negotiating with IRFU for Ireland kit when Canterbury deal is up in 2020.
    Must say the gear is noce but not same quality and durability as the Canterbury gear
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    Mike Ross retires at the end of the season. Great Leinster and Ireland player, we need to keep him as a coach I think.
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    Ringrose is a talent

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    Two 6 Nations, two Heineken Cups, two Pro 12's and one Challenge Cup. He's has a great career and should go down as one of Ireland's best ever tighthead props. I wish him every success in his new career and hope he can cap off his last month as a Leinster player with an appearance in the RDS and another Pro 12 title.

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    Wow between him and The Bull we would have been monumentally ****ed for most of the pro era at scrumtime. Incredible he overcame such a huge disability (being from Cork) and went the long route before being valued in this country (due to his choice to live in and be from Cork) as the legend he is. Probably would have done another year if the offer was there, but coaching should be the route he goes down. Quiet enough fella, but he changed the game for Irish tightheads.
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    Great player. Doubt that he will go coaching route. He's a passionate tech man and can see him going down that route.
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    Always liked ross,
    Pretty much the poster boy for Ireland's scrum turning from a laughing stock into one of the best in the business (I know there were other factors but his arrival coincided with a massive upturn).
    Wish him well in post rugby,
    It's always good to see a player go out on their own terms

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