He's a mobile D. He's pretty physical out there. He plays his game, and that makes my game a lot easier.
"Ryan Caldwell" is an Irish rugby union footballer. He plays for Bath Rugby/Bath after signing from Ulster Rugby/Ulster in the Summer of 2011. Caldwell joined Ulster Rugby/Ulster on a development contract in 2003 following a successful spell in the province's academy.
He made his full Ireland national rugby union team/Ireland debut against Barbarian F.C./The Barbarians on 27 May 2008 in an uncapped match at Kingsholm Stadium in Gloucester and received his first cap as a sub against Canada national rugby union team/Canada on 23 May 2009 in Vancouver.
In 2007 Caldwell was named in the IRFU's High Performance Select Group. Caldwell has been named in Ireland's Churchill Cup squad in both 2007 and 2008. He signed a 2-year contract for Bath Rugby for the 2011-12 season. On 28 May 2014, Caldwell signed for West County rivals Exeter Chiefs on a one-year contract for the 2014-15 season.More Ryan Caldwell on Wikipedia.
You go in, and your partner's up on the board before the game, you might end up playing two or three shifts with everybody. I don't think it matters whether we play left, right. We can all play together.
For me, the learning curve took off the last 30, 40 games. There was a lot of learning, but a lot had to do with coaching.
He took off as fast as the bike could go. He was probably going over 100 miles per hour.