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Spoiler :- cheating bastards

Post by Brent » Sat, 19 Oct 2002 17:26:25


Well done Auckland, back your cheating best - but good enough to
overcome an 11-2 penalty count that should have 25-2.

God help England, Foxy has taught the boys how to cheat and get away
with it.

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Post by Kees Ech » Sat, 19 Oct 2002 17:34:51


Quote:
> Well done Auckland, back your cheating best - but good enough to
> overcome an 11-2 penalty count that should have 25-2.

 Despite Paul Heinous, Auckland still scored 5 tries to 2. A fairly convincing
win I would've thought.

Quote:
> God help England, Foxy has taught the boys how to cheat and get away
> with it.

Another gracious Cantab....

Kees

 
 
 

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Post by Brent » Sat, 19 Oct 2002 17:37:37

On Fri, 18 Oct 2002 21:34:51 +1300, "Kees Echo"

Quote:



>> Well done Auckland, back your cheating best - but good enough to
>> overcome an 11-2 penalty count that should have 25-2.

> Despite Paul Heinous, Auckland still scored 5 tries to 2. A fairly convincing
>win I would've thought.

That's what I said, Canterbury got carved up the middle and Heinous
ran out of puff with his whistle, reminds me of when Fox played - Refs
to scared to blow them off the park.  The penalty count would have
25-2 if their had been a NH ref.

Quote:
>> God help England, Foxy has taught the boys how to cheat and get away
>> with it.

>Another gracious Cantab....

Thank you for noticing

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Post by Bobs » Sat, 19 Oct 2002 17:53:33

Quote:

> Well done Auckland, back your cheating best - but good enough to
> overcome an 11-2 penalty count that should have 25-2.

And the Cunts were collapsing mauls all over the place, as they had ZERO
answer to it. *** 55 minutes before a penalty against the Cuntabs?
BULLSHIT. No team is that clean.

Cunterbury were CLEANED UP today. Cleaned the *** up. I give them
credit though since they don't give up, but in the end the cream has
risen to the top.

Quote:

> God help England, Foxy has taught the boys how to cheat and get away
> with it.

> --------
> BrentC

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Post by News Group » Sat, 19 Oct 2002 18:17:46

Now, I'm an Otago supporter but anyone could see that Auckland clearly
deserved the win, despite the fact that some people at the end of the day
are going to concentrate on that last Collins try.

I hope people don't start saying 'cheat!' and 'farce!' or anything of this
nature because Paddy had a good look at it and he could've disallowed it.
That's the way the ball bounces sometimes.  In your favour one minute, dead
against you the next.  Look at our 'almost' ranfurly shield. (Actually,
let's not)

Congrats to Auckland.  Tell you what, there are some good young players
coming through from both sides which is pleasing for rugby all around.  I'd
say our player stocks will be looking alot more healthier in the coming
years.

My only hope is that Otago are able to pull off an upset win over the
highflying mooloos.  I feel though that we've played our 'final' last week
for the RS but you never know.  Go Filipo!

Quote:
> On Fri, 18 Oct 2002 21:34:51 +1300, "Kees Echo"



> >> Well done Auckland, back your cheating best - but good enough to
> >> overcome an 11-2 penalty count that should have 25-2.

> > Despite Paul Heinous, Auckland still scored 5 tries to 2. A fairly
convincing
> >win I would've thought.

> That's what I said, Canterbury got carved up the middle and Heinous
> ran out of puff with his whistle, reminds me of when Fox played - Refs
> to scared to blow them off the park.  The penalty count would have
> 25-2 if their had been a NH ref.

> >> God help England, Foxy has taught the boys how to cheat and get away
> >> with it.

> >Another gracious Cantab....

> Thank you for noticing

> --------
> BrentC

 
 
 

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Post by God was a Pro » Sat, 19 Oct 2002 18:21:18


Quote:
> Now, I'm an Otago supporter but anyone could see that Auckland clearly
> deserved the win, despite the fact that some people at the end of the day
> are going to concentrate on that last Collins try.

> I hope people don't start saying 'cheat!' and 'farce!' or anything of this
> nature because Paddy had a good look at it and he could've disallowed it.
> That's the way the ball bounces sometimes.  In your favour one minute,
dead
> against you the next.  Look at our 'almost' ranfurly shield. (Actually,
> let's not)

> Congrats to Auckland.  Tell you what, there are some good young players
> coming through from both sides which is pleasing for rugby all around.
I'd
> say our player stocks will be looking alot more healthier in the coming
> years.

> My only hope is that Otago are able to pull off an upset win over the
> highflying mooloos.  I feel though that we've played our 'final' last week
> for the RS but you never know.  Go Filipo!

Whats the chances of an Otago vs Auckland final at Eden Park?  Would they
roll Colin Hawke out to ref this one or will it be someone elses turn to
award a late and dubious penalty try to decide the entire NPC season?
 
 
 

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Post by Lo » Sat, 19 Oct 2002 19:21:55

Quote:
> Well done Auckland, back your cheating best - but good enough to
> overcome an 11-2 penalty count that should have 25-2.

> God help England, Foxy has taught the boys how to cheat and get away
> with it.

And Danny Lee getting held back for Marshall to score the week before wasn't
cheating?

Canterbury got shown the sideline. Plain and simple.

Lo.

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Post by Rodger Donalds » Sun, 20 Oct 2002 05:52:56

Quote:

>Well done Auckland, back your cheating best - but good enough to
>overcome an 11-2 penalty count that should have 25-2.

You obviously learned refereeing with Honiss, where Canterbury players
lying on the ball in a ruck on their own line merits a finger-wagging,
rather than a penalty.

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Post by Greig Blanchet » Sun, 20 Oct 2002 06:57:49

Quote:

>Well done Auckland, back your cheating best - but good enough to
>overcome an 11-2 penalty count that should have 25-2.

>God help England, Foxy has taught the boys how to cheat and get away
>with it.

>--------
>BrentC

Man, dummy well and truly spat!
 
 
 

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Post by Timothy Myle » Sun, 20 Oct 2002 07:15:30

Canterbury took a leaf out of the Auckland team of old almanac, how to
cheat and play the ref (must be the AB training camps).  Aucklad showed
they could cheat and get caught.

Tim

Quote:

> Well done Auckland, back your cheating best - but good enough to
> overcome an 11-2 penalty count that should have 25-2.

> God help England, Foxy has taught the boys how to cheat and get away
> with it.

> --------
> BrentC

 
 
 

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Post by Rodger Donalds » Mon, 21 Oct 2002 06:22:46

Quote:




>>>Well done Auckland, back your cheating best - but good enough to
>>>overcome an 11-2 penalty count that should have 25-2.
>>You obviously learned refereeing with Honiss, where Canterbury
>>players lying on the ball in a ruck on their own line merits a
>>finger-wagging, rather than a penalty.
>The funniest moment for me was Devine being told to leave the ball
>alone in a maul. He went further and actually picked it up and Honiss
>said "No 9. Put the ball down" so Devine dropped it .

It was pretty priceless as a moment of humour, but I hope Honiss is
being hauled over the coals for that kind of performance.

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