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Quinten Poulsen

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Re: greatest quins 15 ever
« Reply #30 on: Wednesday 19-Dec-2018, 17:22* »
If we're talking Quins form then I'd have JTH over Greenwood since I started watching regularly (2001/02ish). I always thought Greenwood was far better for England than he was for Quins -maybe something to do with having better players around him.

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Re: greatest quins 15 ever
« Reply #31 on: Wednesday 19-Dec-2018, 19:16* »
Andy Harriman on the right wing, no contest.

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Re: greatest quins 15 ever
« Reply #32 on: Wednesday 19-Dec-2018, 20:03* »
1. Jason Leonard
2. Brian Moore
3. James Johnston
4. Paul Ackford
5. Troy Coker
6. Chris Robshaw
7. Peter Winterbottom
8. Mickey Skinner
9. Danny Care
10. Nick Evans
11. Ugo Monye
12. Will Greenwood
13. Will Carling
14. Andrew Harriman
15. Mike Brown

16. Keith Wood 17. Joe Marler 18. Kyle Sinkler 19. Nick Easter 20. Wavell Wakefield 21. Nick Duncombe 21. Adrian Stoop 22. Darren O'Leary



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Re: greatest quins 15 ever
« Reply #33 on: Wednesday 19-Dec-2018, 21:35* »
1. Jason Leonard
2. Brian Moore
3. James Johnston
4. Paul Ackford
5. Troy Coker
6. Chris Robshaw
7. Peter Winterbottom
8. Nick Easter
9. Danny Care
10. Nick Evans
11. Ugo Monye
12. Will Greenwood
13. Will Carling
14. Andy Harriman
15. Mike Brown

16. Keith Wood 17. Joe Marler 18. Kyle Sinkler 19. Olly Kohn 20. Andre Vos 21. Andy Gomarsall 22. Adrian Stoop 23. Jim Staples

Adquin

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Re: greatest quins 15 ever
« Reply #34 on: Thursday 20-Dec-2018, 09:03* »
If we are pulling out names from the deep past, then Ronald Poulton would get into the centres.

England Captain of his time and the last player before Chris Ashton to score 4 tries in a game for England.

http://www.espn.co.uk/rugby/story/_/id/12823257/the-remarkable-story-ronald-poulton-palmer


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Re: greatest quins 15 ever
« Reply #35 on: Thursday 20-Dec-2018, 09:35* »
Last player to score 4 tries before Ashton in a Five/Six Nations game - Rory Underwood (vs Fiji) and Josh Lewsey (vs Uruguay) scored 5 in a game between those two.

Chris Oti (vs Romania), Neil Back (vs Netherlands), Jerry Guscott x2 (vs Netherlands - same game as Back, and vs USA) and our very own Nick Easter (vs Wales - World Cup warm up) all scored 4 in a game in that period.

If we are pulling out names from the deep past, then Ronald Poulton would get into the centres.

England Captain of his time and the last player before Chris Ashton to score 4 tries in a game for England.

http://www.espn.co.uk/rugby/story/_/id/12823257/the-remarkable-story-ronald-poulton-palmer



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Re: greatest quins 15 ever
« Reply #36 on: Thursday 20-Dec-2018, 10:00* »
Watching since 76/77

1. Jason Leonard
2. Brian Moore
3. Andy Mullins
4. Paul Ackford
5. Andy Haden
6. Chris Robshaw
7. Peter Winterbottom
8. Nick Easter
9. Danny Care
10. Nick Evans
11. Ugo Monye
12. Will Greenwood
13. Simon Halliday
14. Andy Harriman
15. Mike Brown

Was torn with choosing Will Darling and Kyle Sincker

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Re: greatest quins 15 ever
« Reply #37 on: Thursday 20-Dec-2018, 10:13* »
I think we're talking a motivated Andy Harriman, not the guy that skipped midweek training and just turned up for fun on the Saturday! :)

fatgat

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Re: greatest quins 15 ever
« Reply #38 on: Thursday 20-Dec-2018, 10:45* »
I think we're talking a motivated Andy Harriman, not the guy that skipped midweek training and just turned up for fun on the Saturday! :)

I think a lot of them in those days skipped training or turned up pi$$ed (Brian Moore), or were unavailable as they were surfing in Hawaii (Chris Butcher), then again they weren't professional 😀
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Re: greatest quins 15 ever
« Reply #39 on: Thursday 20-Dec-2018, 10:51* »
1. Joe Marler
2. Brian Moore
3. Jason Leonard
4. Paul Ackford
5. Gareth Llewellyn
6. Chris Robshaw
7. Peter Winterbottom
8. Nick Easter
9. Danny Care
10. Nick Easter
11. Daren O'Leary
12 Will Carling
13 Will Greenwood
14 Ugo Monye
15 Mike Brown


With possibly one of the worlds best "Game Changing" benches@

16 Keith Wood
17 Kyle Sinckler
18 Adam Jones
19 Zinzan Brooke (Easter moves to 2nd row)
20 Andrew Vos
21 Nick Duncombe
22 Simon Halliday
23 Andrew Harriman

That said of the players I have seen it feel wrong to be leaving out: Mickey Skinner, Troy Coker, Thierry Lacroix, Laurent Cabannes, Dan Luger, Jamie Salmon, Chris Sheasby, Jim Staples, David Wilson, Adam Jones, Andy Mullins, Andrew Mehrtens, David Strettle, Pat Sanderson and not forgetting a personal favourite of mine David Pears

 

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