Monthly Archives: December 2007

Team For Leinster.

Paddy, Hugo and Fitzy return to the starting line up for the Boxing day clash. The Humph returns to the bench with Marshall joining him as half back cover.New boy Webb named on a strong looking bench. Ulster Team: (15-9) B Cunningham; T Bowe, A Trimble, R Dewey, S Danielli; P Wallace, I Boss; (1-8) …

New FRU Magazine.

“New FRU Magazine Will Give Old People Something To Read While Waiting To Die!“, claims editor Dewi Barnes. The tedious pre-death “waiting period” endured by senior citizens will become slightly less boring with the launch of New FRU magazine (still not as funny as it used to be). “People in this country talk a lot …

Team named for Ospreys match.

Cunningham and Harrison return, Dewey benched. McCullough at No. 8.Ulster Team: (15-9) B Cunningham; T Bowe, A Trimble, P Steinmetz, S Danielli; P Wallace, I Boss; (1-8) J Fitzpatrick, R Best (Capt), B Young, J Harrison, C Del Fava, N Best, D Pollock, M McCullough Replacements: (16-22) D Fitzpatrick, M Miles, R Caldwell, K Dawson, …

Justin Harrison. Hmm!

Haven’t been one of big Justin’s biggest fans this season but I must say I was pleasantly surprised with his performance for the Barbarians on Saturday 1st December.Let’s hope it’s not long until he’s showing that sort of commitment for the Red Hand again! Powered by ScribeFire.

Caption Competition

What has Mrs Derg spotted that is distracting her from antipodean hunk, and FRU Top Totty 2007 winner, Paul Steinmetz? Why is Paul smiling so broadly?   (Good to see Paul back after his injury scare, lets hope he can keep his head out of harms way for the remainder of the season!) Powered by …

Same Again for Connacht.

Ulster Team: (15-9) M Bartholomeusz; T Bowe, A Trimble, P Steinmetz, S Danielli; P Wallace, I Boss; (1-8) J Fitzpatrick, R Best (Capt), B Young, M McCullough, C Del Fava, N Best, K Dawson, R Wilson. Replacements: (16-22) N Brady, D Fitzpatrick, R Caldwell, D Pollock, K Campbell, N O’Connor, R Dewey

Adam “Pop” Larkin

Sad to see that time has finally caught up with Pop Larkin. He was always a reliable servant of Ulster Rugby.Biarritz away, December 2003, Pop was the best player on the pitch when Ulster were robbed of Heineken Cup Quarter Final qualification. Hope everything works out well for Adam with his new ventures.