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By Murray Kinsella Sunday 17 Jun4: Folau consistently shifts out to the right wing when the Wallabies are in their defensive territory, as we see below.
This is a very similar scenario to the one in which Folau made his spectacular first-Test take, but Ireland deal with him far better here. Both Irishmen have their heads up looking at Folau, judging the running line he is going to take. Their positioning means Folau has to slightly arc his running line to the outside of them… … so that by the time he has actually jumped for the ball, Folau has gone beyond where he needs to be to compete for the catch.
With Sexton and Ringrose having bought him some breathing space, Keith Earls shows his skill underneath the high ball. Earls bursts into the air off his left leg, getting his right knee up high, and meets the dropping ball as he hits the apex of his jump.
Click here if you cannot view the clip above Even before Kurtley Beale has the ball to kick it, Ringrose is scanning for Folau. Ringrose then adapts his line of retreat to ensure he can subtly buy time for Rob Kearney coming up to compete for the ball in the air.
Ringrose and Furlong adjust their running lines to ensure Folau is going to be delayed getting towards the ball again. They create a narrow tunnel that Folau has to pick his way through, slowing and changing his line to round Furlong. The fact that Ireland dominated possession for long periods meant the Wallabies had fewer opportunities to employ kick-based tactics, while they were chasing the game in the final stages when they had extended possession and naturally kept the ball in hand.
Click here if you cannot view the clip above Folau actually trips over team-mate Marika Koroibete in this instance, but they apply enough pressure on the chase to force an error from Devin Toner, lifted by Furlong, as he jumps a little too far forward of where the ball drops.
The example above is similar to the first but with a couple of key differences. Firstly, Toner and Furlong plant and jump earlier, allowing the second row to make a comfortable catch, but he also gets helping hands from Niall Scannell. Furlong is doing the heavy lifting at the back, but Scannell reacts to the restart better on this occasion and works rapidly across to help Toner into the air at the front.
Folau even risks a penalty concession by engaging with Toner around his torso. Click here if you cannot view the clip above Foley directs his kick closer infield here, over Dan Leavy, but the openside flanker takes the ball superbly with a good lift from Scannell, who is essentially covering two roles.
The freakish Folau does still get almost as high as Leavy, even without a lift, but the Ireland back row is solid in the air and reels the ball in.It only seems appropriate that as the UK bids farewell to the EU, despite opposition in Scotland and Northern Ireland, that historians continue to think about how incorporating all four nations into their analysis of Britain’s history presents a more dynamic and accurate picture of the past.
Northern Ireland’s largest nationalist party, Sinn Féin, have used the UK’s impending exit from the EU as an opportunity to refocus on the question of Irish (re)unification.
In the meantime, record numbers of residents of Northern Ireland are asserting their Irish identity to gain Republic of Ireland passports and retain access to the privileges of EU membership. MaREI is the marine and renewable energy research, development and innovation centre supported by Science Foundation Ireland.
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