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Post by Lloyd J. Barkha » Tue, 10 Jun 1997 04:00:00




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Quote:
>Back to the point.....

>I was a clear knee in the face, Swann was being impeded, but he clearly
>aimed a knee at the head.

Correct 100% IMHO. Deliberate attack to the head and as far as I'm
concerned Cummings was looking and did nowt.

--
Lloyd

 
 
 

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Post by Steve Morri » Tue, 10 Jun 1997 04:00:00



Quote:


><snipped>

>>Back to the point.....

>>I was a clear knee in the face, Swann was being impeded, but he clearly
>>aimed a knee at the head.

>Correct 100% IMHO. Deliberate attack to the head and as far as I'm
>concerned Cummings was looking and did nowt.

If he saw it and didn't send him off I would be very, very disappointed.

Still I think the "on report" system is being used for refs to hide.

--
Steve Morris

 
 
 

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Post by Lloyd J. Barkha » Tue, 10 Jun 1997 04:00:00



Quote:




>><snipped>

>>>Back to the point.....

>>>I was a clear knee in the face, Swann was being impeded, but he clearly
>>>aimed a knee at the head.

>>Correct 100% IMHO. Deliberate attack to the head and as far as I'm
>>concerned Cummings was looking and did nowt.

>If he saw it and didn't send him off I would be very, very disappointed.

>Still I think the "on report" system is being used for refs to hide.

So do I. There have been too many instances of not quite seeing what's
going on! Same with using the Video ref.
--
Lloyd


 
 
 

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Post by Paul McNal » Tue, 10 Jun 1997 04:00:00



Quote:


>> Let's get something straight. He isn't a local lad for me and I'd
>> rather support a team of Conservative MPs than St Helens so I have no
>> feelings one way or another for Andy Haigh.

>A team of Tory MPs against the Aussies. Now I like that idea :-)

>John

If I'm quick I'll be the first one with the...

"Who would you play at ***?" gag!

Paul

 
 
 

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Post by Paul McNal » Tue, 10 Jun 1997 04:00:00

Quote:

>Yeah well I reckon Britain and France deserve each other, what with the
>chunnel etc you'll probably be part of greater France before too long.
>Anyway, I think I'd rather have Australia for company. Britain's let us
>down too often.

History would definitely point to us being taken over by France yes.

Were you happy about having Australia for company when the entire
population of NZ was crying foul over a disallowed try in the Tri
Series and demanding replays...

Or was that just cos "it was Kiwis playing abraod" again?

And they call us whinging poms....

Incidentally I would imagine there are quite a number of tunnels
between Australia and NZ. Isn't that the preferred method of escaping
from prisons??

Paul

 
 
 

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Post by Paul McNal » Thu, 12 Jun 1997 04:00:00


Quote:



>: > Let's get something straight. He isn't a local lad for me and I'd
>: > rather support a team of Conservative MPs than St Helens so I have no
>: > feelings one way or another for Andy Haigh.

>: A team of Tory MPs against the Aussies. Now I like that idea :-)

>They'd get pulled for match rigging.

>--
>Chris Russell           | Bradford Bulls - Wembley 1997
>Electronic Imaging Unit |
>University of Bradford  | Tough on St.Helens
>TEL: +44 1274 385463    | Tough on the causes of St.Helens.

Someone would catch they slipping out a brown envelope in the
tackle...etc etc....

Paul

 
 
 

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Post by Greg War » Thu, 12 Jun 1997 04:00:00



Quote:



>>> Let's get something straight. He isn't a local lad for me and I'd
>>> rather support a team of Conservative MPs than St Helens so I have no
>>> feelings one way or another for Andy Haigh.

>>A team of Tory MPs against the Aussies. Now I like that idea :-)

>>John

>If I'm quick I'll be the first one with the...

>"Who would you play at ***?" gag!

Would they have to provide stockings to go with the half time oranges?

Quote:
>Paul

--
Greg
----

I Say What I Like and I Like what I ***y well say!

 
 
 

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Post by Paul McNal » Fri, 13 Jun 1997 04:00:00

On Wed, 11 Jun 1997 20:46:31 +0100, Greg Ward

Quote:






>>>> Let's get something straight. He isn't a local lad for me and I'd
>>>> rather support a team of Conservative MPs than St Helens so I have no
>>>> feelings one way or another for Andy Haigh.

>>>A team of Tory MPs against the Aussies. Now I like that idea :-)

>>>John

>>If I'm quick I'll be the first one with the...

>>"Who would you play at ***?" gag!

>Would they have to provide stockings to go with the half time oranges?

Horrid thought...ball boys!

Paul