Episode 1054: Leinster’s Air Jordan, Munster’s Paris Test, Goal, Try Or Touchdown
The Jordan Larmour hype train has officially left the station and is picking up speed, and heading towards the 6 Nations. After his wonder-try against Munster at Thomond Park, Leinster’s latest superstar-in-waiting scored twice against Ulster to finish off this round of interpro’s in style.
Jordan Larmour simply can’t be stopped right now ????
Five minutes in and he opens the scoring for @leinsterrugby with a delightful sidestep before going over ????
Catch the action LIVE on @SkySportsRugby, @TG4TV and @BBCSPORTNI#LEIvULS #GUINNESSPRO14 pic.twitter.com/QsZnxYWsTu
— PRO14 RUGBY (@PRO14Official) January 6, 2018
Eoin Reddan and Gerry Thornley try and come up with one good reason why Larmour shouldn’t feature for Ireland this spring, what sort of Joe Schmidt game plan he would fit into, and why Munster have their toughest test of the season coming up in Paris this weekend.
FT: Racing 92 58-6 Clermont Auvergne #R92ASM
Racing run in 8 tries as the current #Top14 champs are humbled! ??????https://t.co/gtU6Ckt6Xg pic.twitter.com/sJ7BiOtWlE
— Ultimate Rugby (@ultimaterugby) January 7, 2018
There’s also old man Bob Henshaw, how La Rochelle have changed the game, the doomed Simon Hick-Tom Brady partnership, and our scumbag of the week poses an important philosophical question.
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We speak to Professor Mike Cronin about the amazing story of Peter O'Connor, the Irish John Carlos/Tommie Smith ??????????????????https://t.co/JLzqKQcEeT pic.twitter.com/E97n9fxbrE
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