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Thomas wrote:No doubt the other refs in the RC will be taking Jaco's lead with regards to tackles.

Check the reaction of the AB bench in the background. :lol:

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Its phenominal that was nothing. What is the point of the TMO?
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Sprig wrote:
Thomas wrote:No doubt the other refs in the RC will be taking Jaco's lead with regards to tackles.

Check the reaction of the AB bench in the background. :lol:
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TJ was a straight "oh no"

DMac is all "Oooooooooooooooohfuuuuuu..."
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Farva wrote:
mr bungle wrote:
Farva wrote:Kepus been great but he is past it. We need Tupou to start.

The ABs were able to carve up our defense. There are some very good attacking players and their defence is first rate.

And there were two TMO decisions that were rubbish. Again that needs to be sorted. Lift tackle early then Naholo about 10m offside.
Ref making mistakes is fine he is human. But the TMO should not be wrong.

Well done to the ABs there. A very good team.
Blame your fucktard tv crew and their hardon for tricky angles. There was enough doubt to award the try and hey, they did. Naholo could have been 20m behind and still gone in uncontested. How pathetic to want that ruled out when no footage showed him offside and no Wallaby was even defending.
Thats what Im doing. If we have a TMO why dont we have different angles. Its rubbish.
They had an angle that showed his head in the bottom of the shot as the kick was taken. It suggested pretty strongly that he was onside and certainly not 10m offside.
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iarmhiman wrote:
mr bungle wrote:
iarmhiman wrote:
mr bungle wrote:
iarmhiman wrote:
When we play in November the game won't break up like that. It will be a battle of attrition for the entire 80. Nz favoutites but forget it if you think it will be loose like that today.
Might well be, but any game NZ play has the potential to get loose.

2012 CHCH 22-19, 1 try each.

Next week a 9 try rout in Hamilton, 60-0.
Things have changed since that 60-0 as you well know
It’s a contrast from almost a win to a large humping. Yes Ireland have improved, maybe we have since 2012 too. But we were talking originally about 1 x loose half and the Aussies leaking points. Nowhere near 60 points. I still think we can get some sublime things going against Ireland.
Against both England and Ireland in the space of a week?.

Injurues need to be taken into account as well. Two very physical games.
England, are they a tough matchup anymore?

We’ve won Grand Slams changing nearly 2/3rds of the team each test. So we can absorb changes. Not saying it will be easy, nor Ireland anything but strong and a difficult prospect.
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True Blue wrote:
JM2K6 wrote:
True Blue wrote:
comets wrote:lolwut?

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The poms never take the AB pack seriously. Which is why they lose to it all the time. Long may it continue.
This is a very, very dumb post. Sorry. Who for a second believes that whatever Sky does has any bearing on what the national side coaches and players do?

We lose to the AB pack all the time because it's better than ours. Same goes for every other team on the planet who plays NZ.
It's not a dumb post at all. These Sky panels have a lot of former players in them.

NZ's success is due to their forwards just as much as their backs, but their tight five never get the kudos they deserve. John Smit...come on. Carl Hayman would have folded him in half if they met.
Those Sky panels have a lot of former players from loads of different countries.

It's asinine to suggest that media people picking an inaccurate team for "best 3N/RC XV" translates to a reason why England keep losing to the AB pack.

e: Smit is a bit of a legend and they wanted to shoehorn him in there, I expect. Woo, big deal.
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Thomas wrote:No doubt the other refs in the RC will be taking Jaco's lead with regards to tackles.

Check the reaction of the AB bench in the background. :lol:

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I like that gif. It's a great reminder of the All Black's dominating influence.
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Hong Kong wrote:How poor were the Ozzie’s? Very, imho. Splurted their load early in the first 1/2 and could not do anything constructive in the second 1/2.
Cheikas game plan is so one dimensional and predictable. They started every match like this in the 3-0 series loss to England and this years lost series to Ireland. They run it at all costs but well organized defences just soak it up until they run out of ideas. They don't score many tries for a vaunted running/attacking team with a supposedly brilliant backline.
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Thomas wrote:No doubt the other refs in the RC will be taking Jaco's lead with regards to tackles.

Check the reaction of the AB bench in the background. :lol:

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That was a YC all day unless WR have directed otherwise
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Fat Old Git wrote:
Farva wrote:
mr bungle wrote:
Farva wrote:Kepus been great but he is past it. We need Tupou to start.

The ABs were able to carve up our defense. There are some very good attacking players and their defence is first rate.

And there were two TMO decisions that were rubbish. Again that needs to be sorted. Lift tackle early then Naholo about 10m offside.
Ref making mistakes is fine he is human. But the TMO should not be wrong.

Well done to the ABs there. A very good team.
Blame your fucktard tv crew and their hardon for tricky angles. There was enough doubt to award the try and hey, they did. Naholo could have been 20m behind and still gone in uncontested. How pathetic to want that ruled out when no footage showed him offside and no Wallaby was even defending.
Thats what Im doing. If we have a TMO why dont we have different angles. Its rubbish.
They had an angle that showed his head in the bottom of the shot as the kick was taken. It suggested pretty strongly that he was onside and certainly not 10m offside.
That wasn’t Naholo’s head...it was Harris.

Naholo was a mile offside.
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Newsome wrote:
inshane wrote:
Newsome wrote:
I personally think the All Blacks should be awarded a Victoria Cross, they are THAT good!
I personally think that until they all stand a 50/50 chance of REALLY dying in a match you're an utter cock

inshane
Sorry, what?

You understand what a joke is, right?
You understand that some things just aren't funny? And that there's no equivalence between sport and war that stretches that far.

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Hong Kong wrote:
Thomas wrote:No doubt the other refs in the RC will be taking Jaco's lead with regards to tackles.

Check the reaction of the AB bench in the background. :lol:

That was a YC all day unless WR have directed otherwise
Players have been sent for 10 for less.

I can only assume Jaco had decided he didn't want to card anyone in the first 5 minutes.
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Fat Old Git wrote:
Farva wrote:
mr bungle wrote:
Farva wrote:Kepus been great but he is past it. We need Tupou to start.

The ABs were able to carve up our defense. There are some very good attacking players and their defence is first rate.

And there were two TMO decisions that were rubbish. Again that needs to be sorted. Lift tackle early then Naholo about 10m offside.
Ref making mistakes is fine he is human. But the TMO should not be wrong.

Well done to the ABs there. A very good team.
Blame your fucktard tv crew and their hardon for tricky angles. There was enough doubt to award the try and hey, they did. Naholo could have been 20m behind and still gone in uncontested. How pathetic to want that ruled out when no footage showed him offside and no Wallaby was even defending.
Thats what Im doing. If we have a TMO why dont we have different angles. Its rubbish.
They had an angle that showed his head in the bottom of the shot as the kick was taken. It suggested pretty strongly that he was onside and certainly not 10m offside.
He was a mile offside. It was only because there wasn’t an angle with him in frame that they had to give that try.
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Hong Kong wrote:
Thomas wrote:No doubt the other refs in the RC will be taking Jaco's lead with regards to tackles.

Check the reaction of the AB bench in the background. :lol:

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That was a YC all day unless WR have directed otherwise
Peyper saw Folau leap into the air to try and make it worse than it needed to be. Good reffing, doubt WR will be upset. Look at how far he ends up kicking his standing leg into the air :lol: :blush:
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kiweez wrote:That wasn’t Naholo’s head...it was Harris.

Naholo was a mile offside.
We need a gif!
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mr bungle wrote:
iarmhiman wrote:
mr bungle wrote:
iarmhiman wrote:
mr bungle wrote:
Might well be, but any game NZ play has the potential to get loose.

2012 CHCH 22-19, 1 try each.

Next week a 9 try rout in Hamilton, 60-0.
Things have changed since that 60-0 as you well know
It’s a contrast from almost a win to a large humping. Yes Ireland have improved, maybe we have since 2012 too. But we were talking originally about 1 x loose half and the Aussies leaking points. Nowhere near 60 points. I still think we can get some sublime things going against Ireland.
Against both England and Ireland in the space of a week?.

Injurues need to be taken into account as well. Two very physical games.
England, are they a tough matchup anymore?

We’ve won Grand Slams changing nearly 2/3rds of the team each test. So we can absorb changes. Not saying it will be easy, nor Ireland anything but strong and a difficult prospect.
Once Eddie runs his mouth I expect the NZ focus to be firmly on England. :lol:

Joe won't say a word.
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JM2K6 wrote:
mr bungle wrote:
Sonny Blount wrote:
comets wrote:lolwut?

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John Smit at 3...
No link so not sure when this was named nor by whom. Brooke was only there two seasons so makes way for Read. Bakkies/Matfield easily eclipsed by Whitelock/Retalick, and have been for many seasons now.

Smit :lol:
Not to defend Sky but this isn't meant to be a scientific thing (I know Smit could play prop, but I didn't see this bit on Sky so no idea of the justification), and just going "oh it's 15 All Blacks, probably most of the current team" is shit TV and makes for little interesting discussion.

You have more than half the team in there.
Ignoring John Smit for a moment, the backline is suspect also. Ben Tune, Stirling Mortlock...that Aussie team of the late 90s was pretty great.
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inshane wrote:
Newsome wrote:
inshane wrote:
Newsome wrote:
I personally think the All Blacks should be awarded a Victoria Cross, they are THAT good!
I personally think that until they all stand a 50/50 chance of REALLY dying in a match you're an utter cock

inshane
Sorry, what?

You understand what a joke is, right?
You understand that some things just aren't funny? And that there's no equivalence between sport and war that stretches that far.

inshane

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Why don't you suck my dick you boring twat?

Fu ck off to America with that bullshit.
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Hong Kong wrote:
Thomas wrote:No doubt the other refs in the RC will be taking Jaco's lead with regards to tackles.

Check the reaction of the AB bench in the background. :lol:

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That was a YC all day unless WR have directed otherwise
Could be red too.
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Thomas wrote:
JM2K6 wrote:
Farva wrote:
JM2K6 wrote:
Farva wrote:And there were two TMO decisions that were rubbish. Again that needs to be sorted. Lift tackle early then Naholo about 10m offside.
Ref making mistakes is fine he is human. But the TMO should not be wrong.
Alright let's nip this in the bud. There is no fucking way Naholo was 10m offside. If he was offside, it was by a tiny amount, and no-one can say for certain. The imperfect TV replay suggested he was in line, so no reason to rule it out.
Perhaps Usain Bolt at full stride when the kick haoened could have been onside.
:?

Or maybe we could just look at the freeze frame from the replay that suggested he was level.
I trust esteemed All Black Andrew Mertens who suggested he was well offside.
As you would Justin Marshall
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mr bungle wrote:
Sonny Blount wrote:
comets wrote:lolwut?

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John Smit at 3...
No link so not sure when this was named nor by whom. Brooke was only there two seasons so makes way for Read. Bakkies/Matfield easily eclipsed by Whitelock/Retalick, and have been for many seasons now.

Smit :lol:
3 panelist one each from nz, oz and rsa ( i think lynagh for oz and fitzpatrick for nz, not sure about the saffer), picked their best XV and then the people voted for the best XV from that 3 XV teams....
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kiweez wrote: That wasn’t Naholo’s head...it was Harris.

Naholo was a mile offside.
Yup.

There was no footage of Naholo at all.

Still, game was done and dusted by then. Wobs should have secured their lineout ball.
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Hong Kong wrote:
Thomas wrote:No doubt the other refs in the RC will be taking Jaco's lead with regards to tackles.

Check the reaction of the AB bench in the background. :lol:

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That was a YC all day unless WR have directed otherwise
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inshane wrote:
Newsome wrote:
inshane wrote:
Newsome wrote:
I personally think the All Blacks should be awarded a Victoria Cross, they are THAT good!
I personally think that until they all stand a 50/50 chance of REALLY dying in a match you're an utter cock

inshane
Sorry, what?

You understand what a joke is, right?
You understand that some things just aren't funny? And that there's no equivalence between sport and war that stretches that far.

inshane

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Please stick your virtue signalling up your arse.
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Fat Old Git wrote:
kiweez wrote:That wasn’t Naholo’s head...it was Harris.

Naholo was a mile offside.
We need a gif!
the one time we could use a Gif and Kid Arsehole doesn't provide one :/
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JM2K6 wrote:
Hong Kong wrote:
Thomas wrote:No doubt the other refs in the RC will be taking Jaco's lead with regards to tackles.

Check the reaction of the AB bench in the background. :lol:

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That was a YC all day unless WR have directed otherwise
Peyper saw Folau leap into the air to try and make it worse than it needed to be. Good reffing, doubt WR will be upset. Look at how far he ends up kicking his standing leg into the air :lol: :blush:
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The Native wrote:
Thomas wrote:No doubt the other refs in the RC will be taking Jaco's lead with regards to tackles.

Check the reaction of the AB bench in the background. :lol:

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I like that gif. It's a great reminder of the All Black's dominating influence.


Crim is clearly kicking his left leg into the air to try and milk it.

AB has control over the tackled player, trying to bring him down safely.

Penalty only was a fair call. Between play-on and penalty.

That's how I see it.
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comets wrote:
Fat Old Git wrote:
kiweez wrote:That wasn’t Naholo’s head...it was Harris.

Naholo was a mile offside.
We need a gif!
the one time we could use a Gif and Kid Arsehole doesn't provide one :/
Easy there tiger, Kid A is providing great service to the bored.
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Sprig wrote:
Thomas wrote:No doubt the other refs in the RC will be taking Jaco's lead with regards to tackles.

Check the reaction of the AB bench in the background. :lol:

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TJ was a straight "oh no"
TJ saw the ballet move Foolol pulled off and thought, 'that dumb fuck Barnes is going to gobble that up'. It seems more than the few Aussies are in the boat with Barnes.
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Thomas wrote:
kiweez wrote: That wasn’t Naholo’s head...it was Harris.

Naholo was a mile offside.
Yup.

There was no footage of Naholo at all.

Still, game was done and dusted by then. Wobs should have secured their lineout ball.
If there is no footage than how do we know for sure that he was offside?
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Hong Kong wrote:
Thomas wrote:No doubt the other refs in the RC will be taking Jaco's lead with regards to tackles.

Check the reaction of the AB bench in the background. :lol:

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That was a YC all day unless WR have directed otherwise
Peyper saw what was obvious, Folau jumped, clearly milked it, dives himself past the horizontal. That said there was enough lift/recklessness in it from Naholo for it to be a card no doubt, we were all surprised.
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Vahian wrote:
Hong Kong wrote:
Thomas wrote:No doubt the other refs in the RC will be taking Jaco's lead with regards to tackles.

Check the reaction of the AB bench in the background. :lol:

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That was a YC all day unless WR have directed otherwise
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Yep. Even with the forward roll with half pike and a twist from God’s best mate, it was probably a yellow. He’ll get cited and be off for a couple of weeks.
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troglodiet wrote:
The Native wrote:
Thomas wrote:No doubt the other refs in the RC will be taking Jaco's lead with regards to tackles.

Check the reaction of the AB bench in the background. :lol:

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I like that gif. It's a great reminder of the All Black's dominating influence.


Crim is clearly kicking his left leg into the air to try and milk it.

AB has control over the tackled player, trying to bring him down safely.

Penalty only was a fair call. Between play-on and penalty.

That's how I see it.
Between yellow and red imo.
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Thomas wrote:
kiweez wrote: That wasn’t Naholo’s head...it was Harris.

Naholo was a mile offside.
Yup.

There was no footage of Naholo at all.

Still, game was done and dusted by then. Wobs should have secured their lineout ball.
They also should have a scrummed and tackled better.
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Hong Kong wrote:
JM2K6 wrote:
Hong Kong wrote:
Thomas wrote:No doubt the other refs in the RC will be taking Jaco's lead with regards to tackles.

Check the reaction of the AB bench in the background. :lol:

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That was a YC all day unless WR have directed otherwise
Peyper saw Folau leap into the air to try and make it worse than it needed to be. Good reffing, doubt WR will be upset. Look at how far he ends up kicking his standing leg into the air :lol: :blush:
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CrazyIslander wrote:
Hong Kong wrote:
Thomas wrote:No doubt the other refs in the RC will be taking Jaco's lead with regards to tackles.

Check the reaction of the AB bench in the background. :lol:

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That was a YC all day unless WR have directed otherwise
Could be red too.
He could have doid mate!
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Hong Kong wrote:
JM2K6 wrote:
Hong Kong wrote:
Thomas wrote:No doubt the other refs in the RC will be taking Jaco's lead with regards to tackles.

Check the reaction of the AB bench in the background. :lol:

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That was a YC all day unless WR have directed otherwise
Peyper saw Folau leap into the air to try and make it worse than it needed to be. Good reffing, doubt WR will be upset. Look at how far he ends up kicking his standing leg into the air :lol: :blush:
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thats what i picked up too, the moment naholo lifts one of his leg, he intentionally kicked up his other leg..had he not, he would have fallen on his backside in a 'legal' downward motion tackle
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Couch wrote:
CrazyIslander wrote:
Hong Kong wrote:
Thomas wrote:No doubt the other refs in the RC will be taking Jaco's lead with regards to tackles.

Check the reaction of the AB bench in the background. :lol:

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That was a YC all day unless WR have directed otherwise
Could be red too.
He could have doid mate!
Typical kiwi response. *********
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CrazyIslander wrote:
troglodiet wrote:
The Native wrote:
Thomas wrote:No doubt the other refs in the RC will be taking Jaco's lead with regards to tackles.

Check the reaction of the AB bench in the background. :lol:

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I like that gif. It's a great reminder of the All Black's dominating influence.


Crim is clearly kicking his left leg into the air to try and milk it.

AB has control over the tackled player, trying to bring him down safely.

Penalty only was a fair call. Between play-on and penalty.

That's how I see it.
Between yellow and red imo.


If it was up to you that would've been a life time ban.


I'd rather the refs making calls and getting it wrong 50% of the time, than you whoop always get it wrong (when it's against your team)
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Re: Bledisloe Cup: Wallabies vs All Blacks: MATCH THREAD: Sy

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The tackle stats are so often the story of the game.


Thee Wobblies missed 13 tackles in the centres and loose forwards. The AB missed 4 here .. 1 to the loosies. No denying Pocock and Hooper are world class players and turnover merchants. But I’ve it before and the stats show it again. They miss too many tackles to be totally influential.
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Re: Bledisloe Cup: Wallabies vs All Blacks: MATCH THREAD: Sy

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JM2K6 wrote:
Hong Kong wrote:
Thomas wrote:No doubt the other refs in the RC will be taking Jaco's lead with regards to tackles.

Check the reaction of the AB bench in the background. :lol:

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That was a YC all day unless WR have directed otherwise
Peyper saw Folau leap into the air to try and make it worse than it needed to be. Good reffing, doubt WR will be upset. Look at how far he ends up kicking his standing leg into the air :lol: :blush:
JM2K6 telling it like it is. :thumbup:
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