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The Quin Meister

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Saracens U18 12 Quins U18 26
« on: Sunday 06-Jan-2019, 16:35* »
That is a really good win by the young Quins. Well done lads! I know Honkytonk alluded to the win in a previous thread, but that is also a fine away win to match the 1st XV result at Newcastle.

It is encouraging to hear about the potential quality we have in this age group - Riley, Lynagh, Anyanwu et al. The academy intake next season should be a good one. In the meantime it will be interesting to see whether this group can go back to Allianz Park for the finals in February - as they hopefully will with currently 3 wins from 3 - and repeat the feat of 2 years ago when we won the Cup.

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Quinten Poulsen

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Re: Saracens U18 12 Quins U18 26
« Reply #1 on: Sunday 06-Jan-2019, 19:00* »
It's about time we had some good forwards coming through. Fingers crossed for later this year.

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Re: Saracens U18 12 Quins U18 26
« Reply #2 on: Monday 07-Jan-2019, 16:44* »
The Future is Multi Coloured!

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Re: Saracens U18 12 Quins U18 26
« Reply #3 on: Monday 21-Jan-2019, 16:49* »
Lost last two games so effectively out of contention for the main prize, expect Hyde, Lynagh & Smith (younger brother of Marcus) to be offered contracts, no idea about the forwards!!

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Re: Saracens U18 12 Quins U18 26
« Reply #4 on: Monday 21-Jan-2019, 17:35* »
Lost last two games so effectively out of contention for the main prize, expect Hyde, Lynagh & Smith (younger brother of Marcus) to be offered contracts, no idea about the forwards!!

Sam Riley the hooker is apparently a very good player, and god knows we need one.

The Quin Meister

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Re: Saracens U18 12 Quins U18 26
« Reply #5 on: Wednesday 23-Jan-2019, 15:40* »
Yes I saw we lost the last two games, albeit by small margins. We were winning away at top team Gloucester with Lynagh having bagged a hat trick of tries, only for Glos to score 3 converted tries in the last 3 minutes to win by a point. Painful. But the young Quins should still finish third and so go to the finals to contest 5th/6th place like last year. And it is still the case that this group seems to contain a few players with real promise for the future.

 

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