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RWCQ, 2nd Leg - Uruguay vs Canada - Feb 3rd

Postby argie » Tue, 30 Jan 2018, 18:14

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Re: RWCQ, 2nd Leg - Uruguay vs Canada - Feb 3rd

Postby BigG » Wed, 31 Jan 2018, 07:22

I do not speak Spanish, however I believe there are ticket prices on the poster, from 100 up to 250. Hopefully these prices are in Uruguayan Peso. Are not they?

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Re: RWCQ, 2nd Leg - Uruguay vs Canada - Feb 3rd

Postby victorsra » Wed, 31 Jan 2018, 16:59

ESPN won't show this match to Brazil. Any online live streaming available?

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Re: RWCQ, 2nd Leg - Uruguay vs Canada - Feb 3rd

Postby NaBUru38 » Wed, 31 Jan 2018, 18:34

The Estadio Charrúa has no floodlights, so the match will start at 17:00 local. Forecast is clear sky and hot temperatures.

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Re: RWCQ, 2nd Leg - Uruguay vs Canada - Feb 3rd

Postby NaBUru38 » Wed, 31 Jan 2018, 18:36

BigG wrote: Hopefully these prices are in Uruguayan Peso. Are not they?


Yes of course! 100 pesos is really cheap, it equals 1 kg of oranges or 2 liters of gasoline.

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Re: RWCQ, 2nd Leg - Uruguay vs Canada - Feb 3rd

Postby victorsra » Thu, 01 Feb 2018, 20:16

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Re: RWCQ, 2nd Leg - Uruguay vs Canada - Feb 3rd

Postby argie » Thu, 01 Feb 2018, 20:29

Taylor Paris as winger now. ¿What happened with Hassler?. ¿Is he injured?.

Those back three (DTH, Hassler and Paris) were a formidable weapon.

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Re: RWCQ, 2nd Leg - Uruguay vs Canada - Feb 3rd

Postby ruckovercdn » Thu, 01 Feb 2018, 20:58

Hassler broke his cheekbone. Paris is a natural wing so thats a solid move in my book. Staller should be a good option at 15, and gives us a great kicking option. Braid is also out with an inury, which is a pity as i thought he played well. We need a calmed down Mack for this game.

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Re: RWCQ, 2nd Leg - Uruguay vs Canada - Feb 3rd

Postby victorsra » Thu, 01 Feb 2018, 21:55

Looks like Uruguay will have the same 23: https://www.referi.uy/los-teros-ajustan ... s-n1166287
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Re: RWCQ, 2nd Leg - Uruguay vs Canada - Feb 3rd

Postby Was_a_Kat » Thu, 01 Feb 2018, 23:40

ruckovercdn wrote:Hassler broke his cheekbone. Paris is a natural wing so thats a solid move in my book. Staller should be a good option at 15, and gives us a great kicking option. Braid is also out with an inury, which is a pity as i thought he played well. We need a calmed down Mack for this game.


My biggest fear with the deficit (which should be three points less) is that Mack, our Captain, tries to erase it in the first five minutes and turns over good ball like he didn’t early against Uruguay. Not everything requires a blindside gambit or a quick tap.

I would also like to see our front row not look for attacking ball so much this game. Barkwill looks for the ball too much, sliding in as the first option on many breakdowns.

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Re: RWCQ, 2nd Leg - Uruguay vs Canada - Feb 3rd

Postby ruckovercdn » Thu, 01 Feb 2018, 23:52

Was_a_Kat wrote:
ruckovercdn wrote:Hassler broke his cheekbone. Paris is a natural wing so thats a solid move in my book. Staller should be a good option at 15, and gives us a great kicking option. Braid is also out with an inury, which is a pity as i thought he played well. We need a calmed down Mack for this game.


My biggest fear with the deficit (which should be three points less) is that Mack, our Captain, tries to erase it in the first five minutes and turns over good ball like he didn’t early against Uruguay. Not everything requires a blindside gambit or a quick tap.

I would also like to see our front row not look for attacking ball so much this game. Barkwill looks for the ball too much, sliding in as the first option on many breakdowns.


Regarding Mack the tap he took around the 3rd or 4th minutes was prettty bad. Uruguay was penalized twice for side entries ay thay point. Another line out drive could have been three and then we are in yellow card or penalty try territory. Instead its forced pass into touch and we lose pressure. Similar story at 10 minutes with thr behind the back pass that ends on a penalty as Beukeboom has no support, too much at the wrong time.

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Re: RWCQ, 2nd Leg - Uruguay vs Canada - Feb 3rd

Postby LittleGuy » Fri, 02 Feb 2018, 13:51

O'Leary starting.....thank god. The small chance Canada have of overturning this margin goes to zero once Parfrey comes on.

I would rather have Piffero start than Barkwill as well, if for fitness and speed purposes alone.

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Re: RWCQ, 2nd Leg - Uruguay vs Canada - Feb 3rd

Postby 4N » Fri, 02 Feb 2018, 13:52

No Hassler is a huge blow.

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Re: RWCQ, 2nd Leg - Uruguay vs Canada - Feb 3rd

Postby LittleGuy » Fri, 02 Feb 2018, 13:53

victorsra wrote:ESPN won't show this match to Brazil. Any online live streaming available?

1 dolar = 28 pesos uruguayos


Yes these tickets seem to be very affordable they range from 4-11 dollars Canadian. SHould be a packed house. Which means two solid crowds in both stadiums for this series.

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Re: RWCQ, 2nd Leg - Uruguay vs Canada - Feb 3rd

Postby Was_a_Kat » Fri, 02 Feb 2018, 14:14

ruckovercdn wrote:
Was_a_Kat wrote:
ruckovercdn wrote:Hassler broke his cheekbone. Paris is a natural wing so thats a solid move in my book. Staller should be a good option at 15, and gives us a great kicking option. Braid is also out with an inury, which is a pity as i thought he played well. We need a calmed down Mack for this game.


My biggest fear with the deficit (which should be three points less) is that Mack, our Captain, tries to erase it in the first five minutes and turns over good ball like he didn’t early against Uruguay. Not everything requires a blindside gambit or a quick tap.

I would also like to see our front row not look for attacking ball so much this game. Barkwill looks for the ball too much, sliding in as the first option on many breakdowns.


Regarding Mack the tap he took around the 3rd or 4th minutes was prettty bad. Uruguay was penalized twice for side entries ay thay point. Another line out drive could have been three and then we are in yellow card or penalty try territory. Instead its forced pass into touch and we lose pressure. Similar story at 10 minutes with thr behind the back pass that ends on a penalty as Beukeboom has no support, too much at the wrong time.

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Re: RWCQ, 2nd Leg - Uruguay vs Canada - Feb 3rd

Postby grande » Fri, 02 Feb 2018, 16:35

As much as I like Paris, I saw him do no-look, behind the back passes a few times, and they more often than not resulted in knock ons. A bit calmer play from him & Mack would go a long way tomorrow.

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Re: RWCQ, 2nd Leg - Uruguay vs Canada - Feb 3rd

Postby marvinparsons » Fri, 02 Feb 2018, 16:46

LittleGuy wrote:O'Leary starting.....thank god. The small chance Canada have of overturning this margin goes to zero once Parfrey comes on.

I would rather have Piffero start than Barkwill as well, if for fitness and speed purposes alone.


Couldn't agree more on all fronts, especially Piffero. We are like 4-27 with Barkwill starting at hooker, what'd be the harm in trying a different guy?

I'd gladly take McRorie at 10 over Parfrey. I'd take current Derek Daypuck over Parfrey, maybe even Rees.

Interesting that they have Lloyd in the lineup, I'm guessing if they are down at half he will get inserted as he's a legit gamebreaker.

Mack is going to play like he always has and if anything needing to win by a healthy margin will probably just increase his wild play. I'm surprised he still plays like this after all these years/coaches. I would have preferred McRorie last game and I stand by that. You can't literally throw away possession in the other teams 22 multiple times for no good reason. It makes winning games impossible. Worse his frantic style works its way down the lineup and we don't have the skills to play that way in 15s.

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Re: RWCQ, 2nd Leg - Uruguay vs Canada - Feb 3rd

Postby 4N » Fri, 02 Feb 2018, 16:58

grande wrote:As much as I like Paris, I saw him do no-look, behind the back passes a few times, and they more often than not resulted in knock ons. A bit calmer play from him & Mack would go a long way tomorrow.


I like his style of play usually but he didn't have a good game.

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Re: RWCQ, 2nd Leg - Uruguay vs Canada - Feb 3rd

Postby USA Rugby Fan » Fri, 02 Feb 2018, 20:22

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Re: RWCQ, 2nd Leg - Uruguay vs Canada - Feb 3rd

Postby grande » Sat, 03 Feb 2018, 15:00

How is the game being shown? Is it online?

Nevermind, find my answer: https://twitter.com/RugbyCanada/status/ ... 7048389633

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Re: RWCQ, 2nd Leg - Uruguay vs Canada - Feb 3rd

Postby snapper37 » Sat, 03 Feb 2018, 16:54

ruckovercdn wrote:
Was_a_Kat wrote:
ruckovercdn wrote:Hassler broke his cheekbone. Paris is a natural wing so thats a solid move in my book. Staller should be a good option at 15, and gives us a great kicking option. Braid is also out with an inury, which is a pity as i thought he played well. We need a calmed down Mack for this game.


My biggest fear with the deficit (which should be three points less) is that Mack, our Captain, tries to erase it in the first five minutes and turns over good ball like he didn’t early against Uruguay. Not everything requires a blindside gambit or a quick tap.

I would also like to see our front row not look for attacking ball so much this game. Barkwill looks for the ball too much, sliding in as the first option on many breakdowns.


Regarding Mack the tap he took around the 3rd or 4th minutes was prettty bad. Uruguay was penalized twice for side entries ay thay point. Another line out drive could have been three and then we are in yellow card or penalty try territory. Instead its forced pass into touch and we lose pressure. Similar story at 10 minutes with thr behind the back pass that ends on a penalty as Beukeboom has no support, too much at the wrong time.



Totally agree, play simple. my biggest peeve is props (anybody really) taking the ball standing still and then trying to break the gain line....TAKE IT AT PACE, make the tackle a offensive tool.

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Re: RWCQ, 2nd Leg - Uruguay vs Canada - Feb 3rd

Postby snapper37 » Sat, 03 Feb 2018, 17:03

marvinparsons wrote:
LittleGuy wrote:O'Leary starting.....thank god. The small chance Canada have of overturning this margin goes to zero once Parfrey comes on.

I would rather have Piffero start than Barkwill as well, if for fitness and speed purposes alone.


Couldn't agree more on all fronts, especially Piffero. We are like 4-27 with Barkwill starting at hooker, what'd be the harm in trying a different guy?

I'd gladly take McRorie at 10 over Parfrey. I'd take current Derek Daypuck over Parfrey, maybe even Rees.

Interesting that they have Lloyd in the lineup, I'm guessing if they are down at half he will get inserted as he's a legit gamebreaker.

Mack is going to play like he always has and if anything needing to win by a healthy margin will probably just increase his wild play. I'm surprised he still plays like this after all these years/coaches. I would have preferred McRorie last game and I stand by that. You can't literally throw away possession in the other teams 22 multiple times for no good reason. It makes winning games impossible. Worse his frantic style works its way down the lineup and we don't have the skills to play that way in 15s.



McRorie is too slow to the breakdown and too slow to release the pass. I think he is over rated and out of his depth that is why they brought Mack back. Parfrey has limitations Barkwill has always been playing above his weight class, scrappy player, like his style but he's midget

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Re: RWCQ, 2nd Leg - Uruguay vs Canada - Feb 3rd

Postby snapper37 » Sat, 03 Feb 2018, 17:06

Good luck to all Uruguaian fans on here. Hoping for a good solid game, not settled by some bullshit red or yellow card. #Lettheboysplay

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Re: RWCQ, 2nd Leg - Uruguay vs Canada - Feb 3rd

Postby fullbackace » Sat, 03 Feb 2018, 17:39

Soo this is 3PM EST ?
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Re: RWCQ, 2nd Leg - Uruguay vs Canada - Feb 3rd

Postby grande » Sat, 03 Feb 2018, 18:01

fullbackace wrote:Soo this is 3PM EST ?


Correct.

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