Ulster players stitch up Will Addison with parody account 1 year ago

Ulster players stitch up Will Addison with parody account

Will Addison has been a revelation for Ulster this season and when the electric centre is not scoring tries for the northern province he is apparently feeding ducks in his spare time.

Addison has been sensational for Ulster this season and has scored three tries in 11 games for the club, as well as creating scores for others, and when he's not feeding his teammates the ball, he's seemingly feeding the ducks of the greater Belfast region.

"Someone has made up this Instagram page, it's called willaddisonfeedsducks and nobody knows who it is but the main culprits are Jacob Stockdale and John Cooney, maybe Jordi Murphy," Craig Gilroy said on the latest episode of Baz & Andrew's House of Rugby.

"We think they all could be in on it but it's kind of gathering traction and nobody knows who it is but the photoshops of Will feeding ducks are like professionally done.


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"Whoever is doing it knows what they're doing or is a professional at this sort of stuff. I was chatting to Will the other day at lunch and he was like 'you're the Instagram account aren't you?'

"Obviously I'm injured, I've been out, so I could be one of the top suspects with a lot of time on my hands and I was kind of taken aback. I wish I could photoshop that good but it's still going and we don't know who it is."

Gilroy has been sidelined with injury for most of this season and he admits that he's itching to get back playing despite still being a few weeks away from a possible return.

"We sometimes talk about this with smaller injuries, a couple of weeks and you can kind of rejuvenate yourself and get a good bit of training under your belt but it's coming on about four months now so it's probably a bit too long.

"It's a bit more long term and there have been games where I've been watching and I've been getting itchy feet and I'm at that stage where I'm just dying to hold a rugby ball and to just get back playing."