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World Rugby U20 Championship 2019 - England U20 v Ireland U20
Posted by: dcsh (IP Logged)
Date: 04 June, 2019 19:44

Currently on YouTube with Bath Rugby's Tom de Glanville and new recruit Ollie Fox.
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Re: World Rugby U20 Championship 2019 - England U20 v Ireland U20
Posted by: shipwrecked (IP Logged)
Date: 04 June, 2019 19:59

Excellent, thanks DCSH.



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Darren Atkins Age 21 years, Fullback, 6 ft 1 in, 13 st 4 lbs. Sadly injured for the rest of the season!

Re: World Rugby U20 Championship 2019 - England U20 v Ireland U20
Posted by: shipwrecked (IP Logged)
Date: 04 June, 2019 20:24

Ollie Fox learning a painful lesson as he gifts Ireland a try! I suppose its better he does it in an England shirt rather than a Bath one. Quick thinking by the Irish centre though!

For those who didn't see it, scrum on the try line England win it and OF rolls the ball back over the try line with his foot in preparation for the clearance kick.

Once its over the try line the irish centre jumps on it as he can't be offside...TRy.



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Darren Atkins Age 21 years, Fullback, 6 ft 1 in, 13 st 4 lbs. Sadly injured for the rest of the season!



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Re: World Rugby U20 Championship 2019 - England U20 v Ireland U20
Posted by: BathMatt53 (IP Logged)
Date: 04 June, 2019 20:45

...he didn’t learn from the first one. Ref keeps calling it out when it’s not clear of the back foot and Fox keeps getting caught by it.



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Re: World Rugby U20 Championship 2019 - England U20 v Ireland U20
Posted by: shipwrecked (IP Logged)
Date: 04 June, 2019 20:52

Class from Tom de Glanville to create the space for the try! Little hold before giving the scoring pass to Seabrook.



https://i.ibb.co/sbQsmcr/darren-atkins-5.jpg


Darren Atkins Age 21 years, Fullback, 6 ft 1 in, 13 st 4 lbs. Sadly injured for the rest of the season!



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Re: World Rugby U20 Championship 2019 - England U20 v Ireland U20
Posted by: BathMatt53 (IP Logged)
Date: 04 June, 2019 21:06

England crucified by indiscipline here



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Re: World Rugby U20 Championship 2019 - England U20 v Ireland U20
Posted by: Bepetas (IP Logged)
Date: 04 June, 2019 21:10

Definite red card! Picking a player up and dropping them on their head... crazy.

Re: World Rugby U20 Championship 2019 - England U20 v Ireland U20
Posted by: BathMatt53 (IP Logged)
Date: 04 June, 2019 21:22

Fox has a good pass but otherwise looks extremely green even at this level IMO, has made a number of errors - not alone mind you, too many knocks on and dropped balls from England.



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Re: World Rugby U20 Championship 2019 - England U20 v Ireland U20
Posted by: dcsh (IP Logged)
Date: 04 June, 2019 21:22

Quote:
Bepetas
Definite red card! Picking a player up and dropping them on their head... crazy.
I would question why the Irish player was lifting his right leg over the England players shoulder and climbing onto his back...

Re: World Rugby U20 Championship 2019 - England U20 v Ireland U20
Posted by: NOM (IP Logged)
Date: 04 June, 2019 21:34

Quote:
BathMatt53
Fox has a good pass but otherwise looks extremely green even at this level IMO, has made a number of errors - not alone mind you, too many knocks on and dropped balls from England.
Extremely green is generous. Not sure his pass is that sharp - footwork is messy and pedestrian. That is the good bit, he cost first 2 tries with charge down box kick then gifted second try not knowing the laws. Had a chance to finish off a class break by Hodge at the end and kicked it straight into the defenders hands......hopefully this was just a bad day for the lad. Tom DG on the other hand is continuing to show he has international class. Comfortably switched into 10 from 15 a couple of times and seems to have bags of time-sign of great quality.

Re: World Rugby U20 Championship 2019 - England U20 v Ireland U20
Posted by: shipwrecked (IP Logged)
Date: 04 June, 2019 21:34

Quote:
BathMatt53
Fox has a good pass but otherwise looks extremely green even at this level IMO, has made a number of errors - not alone mind you, too many knocks on and dropped balls from England.

I agree Matt decision making from the break was slow and confused, can't see him keeping his place to be honest!



https://i.ibb.co/sbQsmcr/darren-atkins-5.jpg


Darren Atkins Age 21 years, Fullback, 6 ft 1 in, 13 st 4 lbs. Sadly injured for the rest of the season!

Re: World Rugby U20 Championship 2019 - England U20 v Ireland U20
Posted by: Boldangrey (IP Logged)
Date: 04 June, 2019 22:30

Has anyone seen the size of those 'Baby' Blacks? Jeeeez.

Re: World Rugby U20 Championship 2019 - England U20 v Ireland U20
Posted by: shipwrecked (IP Logged)
Date: 04 June, 2019 23:14

Quote:
Boldangrey
Has anyone seen the size of those 'Baby' Blacks? Jeeeez.

Yep Baby is the wrong adjective there defo.

Add to that Joe Cockasiga's cousin came on as a sub at No8...That family must have big big genes! Rusiate Tuima, only problem is he is in the Exeter academy! 6ft 5" and 19.5 stone.



https://i.ibb.co/sbQsmcr/darren-atkins-5.jpg


Darren Atkins Age 21 years, Fullback, 6 ft 1 in, 13 st 4 lbs. Sadly injured for the rest of the season!

Re: World Rugby U20 Championship 2019 - England U20 v Ireland U20
Posted by: ballsout (IP Logged)
Date: 04 June, 2019 23:46

Fox is from the Yorkshire set-up, therefore the latest in a line of immediate picks for Hooper/Rock.

Re: World Rugby U20 Championship 2019 - England U20 v Ireland U20
Posted by: shipwrecked (IP Logged)
Date: 04 June, 2019 23:55

Quote:
ballsout
Fox is from the Yorkshire set-up, therefore the latest in a line of immediate picks for Hooper/Rock.

Problem is though BO he wasn't picked for this game by Hooper or Rock but by the England selectors, so there must be something good about him, perhaps we just caught him on a bad day.



https://i.ibb.co/sbQsmcr/darren-atkins-5.jpg


Darren Atkins Age 21 years, Fullback, 6 ft 1 in, 13 st 4 lbs. Sadly injured for the rest of the season!

Re: World Rugby U20 Championship 2019 - England U20 v Ireland U20
Posted by: B4thB4ck (IP Logged)
Date: 05 June, 2019 07:32

Wow, it's only early June and someone is already on the case of the coaching setup even though the players aren't appearing for Bath. 2019/20 could be a long season.

Re: World Rugby U20 Championship 2019 - England U20 v Ireland U20
Posted by: BathMatt53 (IP Logged)
Date: 05 June, 2019 07:46

Fox is only young and in the academy anyway, so lots of time for him to learn the hard way before he hits 1st team games.



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Re: World Rugby U20 Championship 2019 - England U20 v Ireland U20
Posted by: gaz59 (IP Logged)
Date: 05 June, 2019 09:19

Completely agree BathMatt though Mitchell at age 22 looked really impressive against Baa Baas. As an understudy to Reinach Saints have two classy options at 9.

We are investing a lot of hope in Green [just one year younger than Mitchell] and Fox, let's hope it pays off

Re: World Rugby U20 Championship 2019 - England U20 v Ireland U20
Posted by: Optimist (IP Logged)
Date: 05 June, 2019 09:26

‘We are investing a lot of hope in Green ‘ .... ‘we’ as in supporters, or as in the club?

Re: World Rugby U20 Championship 2019 - England U20 v Ireland U20
Posted by: gaz59 (IP Logged)
Date: 05 June, 2019 11:08

Quote:
Optimist
‘We are investing a lot of hope in Green ‘ .... ‘we’ as in supporters, or as in the club?

That is a really good question. Sometimes I guess the 'we' will mean both, just two different strands of the same organism. The best example obviously will be Liverpool

But here I think I mean supporters. In matters like player development I don't think supporters have any right beyond hope but the club will have invested much more [training, coaching, mentoring etc] and can reasonably stake a level of return based on expectation

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