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sunny
(@sunny)
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Towards the end of the game, following a bit of pushing & shoving, Thaler called Jack Owens to him and put an incident on report.

Did anyone see what had happened? No-one near me could work the decision out unless it was one of Thaler's bizarre ones.

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Posted : 13/06/2022 11:59 am
James
(@jdgsport)
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Posted by: @sunny

Towards the end of the game, following a bit of pushing & shoving, Thaler called Jack Owens to him and put an incident on report.

Did anyone see what had happened? No-one near me could work the decision out unless it was one of Thaler's bizarre ones.

Farnworth lashed out at someone at the play the ball, which is what got put on report.

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Posted : 13/06/2022 1:35 pm
PaulieWalnuts
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Posted by: @hans-moleman

Much improved performance today. Field was taken out with an elbow from Paulie P imo. 

No chance. PP had his bumper bars up, as he's entitled to. Field went head on, and was soundly put on his arse. IMO

 

Paulie xx

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Posted : 13/06/2022 4:41 pm
sunny
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@jdgsport  Thanks for the info. I'll keep checking the Disciplinary Panel meetings to see what happens there.

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Posted : 13/06/2022 4:50 pm
PaulieWalnuts
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I thought Jack Owens had a good game, considering the amount of rugby he's missed. For a first game back it was encouraging.

Lawton again is the enigma. He did the hard part when breaking through the defensive line, then had a 'brain fart' with the grubber kick. He would have probably trampled the full-back to death if he'd just ran at him.

On the whole, ten times better than Bradford h, and Barrow a. 

 

Up The Chemics

 

Paulie xx

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Posted : 13/06/2022 4:52 pm
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 CJ91
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On paper not a bad run of fixtures, London, Workington, Dewsbury, Newcastle.

Play like we did first half and sharpen up our attack, we could look at 4 wins which would put us in a better frame of mind ahead of a harder set of fixtures between then and the end of the season.

Weird thing for us IMO, is that we have shown ourselves to be more than capable of scoring plenty against the lower teams, then look completely toothless on numerous other occasions.

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Topic starter Posted : 13/06/2022 6:11 pm
WirralViking
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@mick-george Whilst some of the decision making on the break was infuriating, at least we were making the breaks, which gives Kear something to work with. Clearly we are very down on confidence, although some of our play should pep them up a bit. We were so desperate for a much needed win that our composure went out of the window as we tried to score off every break rather than building and maintaining pressure. We obviously need someone to take charge near the opposition line and work some plays, rather than it seemingly being a free for all, with players just doing their own thing, despite all that I was encouraged by much of our play. Just a pity after generally defending well we fall off a few tackles leading to their winning try!

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Posted : 16/06/2022 7:50 am
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sunny
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Posted by: @sunny

@jdgsport  Thanks for the info. I'll keep checking the Disciplinary Panel meetings to see what happens there.

Couldn't find any mention of this incident on the latest Disciplinary panel records, but Danny Craven was given a NFA.

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Posted : 16/06/2022 6:07 pm
James
(@jdgsport)
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@sunny believe it was this incident

"Opponent gets stuck in the pitch. No pressure applied by opponent who is making legitimate contact." No further action.

The player reacted to Farnworth, which is what prompted Farnworth to push out at him (and then the ref put it on report)

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Posted : 16/06/2022 6:11 pm
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