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I really wish someone would tell TRex how big he is.
I felt like he hardly got involved but when he did he was a bloody big handful.
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not looking forward to a NSW series win when it happens, if the sour grapes in here are any indication the over the top gloating will be even worse.

Couldn't agree more.
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there's a difference between getting pushed and throwing a footy at a blokes head then grabbing some shirts then running 20m to throw a haymaker at someone

the fact of the matter still stands... you were still trailing on the scoreboard since the first half and didn't score after the try was awarded so you still would've lost

I know that mate, but if you send one and then warn the other and tell him he is lucky he didnt get sent, its a bit rubbish, its orgin not club footy. would QLD of been leading if we were all on the field? maybe maybe not, my point is it changed the tide of the game, the rookie refs made a pretty strong decision to send him alone. And to say it didnt impact would be a bit ridiculous.

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even the qld papers are saying it wasnt a try
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I thought Brent Tate was one of the best on the field. He is a machine and always performs at origin.
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I'm not gracious in victory and blah blah blah more one eyed maroon propaganda

Anyway, yeah.

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I'd like to offer my commiserations to the New Zealand Captain Paul Callen on losing the first installment of the State Of The Origin rugby contest.
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we are sending blokes to the bin now for punching in Origin
we are penalising blokes for good hard tackles
we are awarding tries for knock ons
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we are sending blokes to the bin now for punching in Origin
we are penalising blokes for good hard tackles
we are awarding tries for knock ons

Are the club rules different to Origin rules?
Can you point me to the Origin rules you speak of?

To summarise -
Always binned 3rd man in.
Always penalised tackles that go past the horizontal.
Always awarded tries when the ball is played at by the oppositions foot and then regathered by attacking team.
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Jennings didn't get binned because he threw a punch, he got binned for charging in and generally being a dog.
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Derpy, I'll let it slide cos your new to the game but when you don't communicate with the man inside you in defense and make Wrong reads in defense that lead to line breaks and tries it means you have played poorly.

Being a bit harsh on Derp. The winger in league is like the goal keeper in soccer, easy to blame when they let one in but it isn't always their fault. He had a lot of decisions to make and they ran numbers at him. I want to see the tries again before blaming him.
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To be fair, NSW were a man down on the first try and the second try Carney doesn't slide well enough.
I feel bad for him as he doesn't deserve to get lumped with the whole 'he let the tries in' thing.
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we are sending blokes to the bin now for punching in Origin
we are penalising blokes for good hard tackles
we are awarding tries for knock ons



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Always awarded tries when the ball is played at by the oppositions foot and then regathered by attacking team.

Where is this regatherment you speak of?

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Well Harrigan confirms that Matt Scott should have been binned as well as Jennings for starting the whole incident, and that the Bird tackle was fine and should have been play on. Hasn't commented on the Inglis try yet. So EAD derp and Franko, you're wrong

Both those incidents led to tries, NSW should surely feel hard done by.
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Where is this regatherment you speak of?

I was wondering that as well.

That video again shows that Farah didn't play at it. He's allowed to plant his foot and try to tackle the player FFS.

If he was playing for the ball then why bother wrapping his arms around GI? Why not just kick out with his foot?
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hard done by or not on the last try, NSW were not playing well enough to win that match. To me, they were on the back foot straight after Queensland scored their first try. It seemed like the NSW players thought 'here we go again' and the complexion of the game changed and they started playing panic football
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Are the club rules different to Origin rules?
Can you point me to the Origin rules you speak of?

you are right, with the horizontal tackle thing, but there is a leniency with origin, we all know it, that was hardly a fight anyway more like a painting nails session IMO.

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Are the club rules different to Origin rules?
Can you point me to the Origin rules you speak of?

Are you serious? Of course they are you idiot.

Most referee decisions are based on interpretation of the rules and that interpretation is adjusted to allow for the passion and the spectacle that is origin. As it should be. Although I guess it's asking too much for a redneck, banana bender, Joh Bjelke-Petersen/Barnaby Joyce/Pauline Hanson loving, bogan, hick to comprehend.
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Well Harrigan confirms that Matt Scott should have been binned as well as Jennings for starting the whole incident, and that the Bird tackle was fine and should have been play on. Hasn't commented on the Inglis try yet.

"NSW coach Ricky Stuart last night revealed referees boss Bill Harrigan admitted video referee Sean Hampstead should never have awarded Greg Inglis's controversial 73rd-minute try."

http://www.dailytelegraph.com.au/spo...-1226365092333

He's backing away from these comments now though I hear.
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Being a bit harsh on Derp. The winger in league is like the goal keeper in soccer, easy to blame when they let one in but it isn't always their fault. He had a lot of decisions to make and they ran numbers at him. I want to see the tries again before blaming him.

JT was carving up the left side. he held up the pass in the early plays but then put a kick in behind that forced uate to scramble, it created doubt in akuila's mind. i don't think he needed to rush up and jam in for boyd's try though. that part of the ship will be tighter when him, josh and toddy play more games together.

todd had a bad game, maybe the nerves got to him? not finding touch with that penalty kick probably hurt his confidence. jennings and hayne should be there for many series to come. hayne's selection in particular should never be questioned again, like brent tate for QLD. farah proved he belongs in origin

i was hoping merrin would be able to provide more second phase play like he does at club level but it seems everyone is a lot more conservative when it comes to origin. the only person who was able to consistently provide opportunities was birdy. we have lots of ball players but all we could do all night was put up a bomb. t-rex was just tossing everyone around, don't think he even wound up for one run. the maroons are definitely scared of him.

as for queensland, this definitely seems like petero's last series. matt gillett looked out his depth and i wouldn't be surprised if they brought corey parker back in for the next two games

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so much whining ITT.
If we were to go back through the number of bad calls that have happened in Origin...we'd be here all year.

you realise that regardless of that try being awarded, appropriate or not, Qld still would have won.

And Jennings being sent off was right imo, watch the fight and Qld were definitely holding back until several NSW players sprinted in just for a biff (which is unusual because normally Thaiday is the first one to get swinging). I was surprised it was only Jennings sent off.
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Where is this regatherment you speak of?

Maybe show all the footage next time, instead of a snippet which shows nothing.
Here is the regather in case you missed it.



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Are you serious? Of course they are you idiot.

Most referee decisions are based on interpretation of the rules and that interpretation is adjusted to allow for the passion and the spectacle that is origin. As it should be. Although I guess it's asking too much for a redneck, banana bender, Joh Bjelke-Petersen/Barnaby Joyce/Pauline Hanson loving, bogan, hick to comprehend.



Cry harder dude, you lost.
BTW, as soon as you get a link to the Origin rules, can you share with us?

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"NSW coach Ricky Stuart last night revealed referees boss Bill Harrigan admitted video referee Sean Hampstead should never have awarded Greg Inglis's controversial 73rd-minute try."

http://www.dailytelegraph.com.au/spo...-1226365092333

He's backing away from these comments now though I hear.



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I was wondering that as well.

That video again shows that Farah didn't play at it. He's allowed to plant his foot and try to tackle the player FFS.

If he was playing for the ball then why bother wrapping his arms around GI? Why not just kick out with his foot?

Farah changes directions to put his foot out and stop the placement of the ball.
If you can't see that, then I can't help you.

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Maybe show all the footage next time, instead of a snippet which shows nothing.
Here is the regather in case you missed it.

It came off his forearm = knock on.

A regather would have been GI catching it after it bounced off his forearm and then grounding it.
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Haha awesome, pack your bags bro. Neilsens signing always meant he was gooorne, especially with Henry and Hurrell's progress.
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It came off his forearm = knock on.

A regather would have been GI catching it after it bounced off his forearm and then grounding it.

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Farah changes directions to put his foot out and stop the placement of the ball.
If you can't see that, then I can't help you.

You can interpret the rules any way you want Whiteman, but you can't deny incidents like this get called a knock on week in week out in the league. Becuase that's what they are. Greg Inglis lost control of the ball /end of story.

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You can interpret the rules any way you want Whiteman, but you can't deny incidents like this get called a knock on week in week out in the league. Becuase that's what they are. Greg Inglis lost control of the ball /end of story.

I agree, issues with rules happen all the time - it usually ends up even... like I'm sure the game will be at Homebush.

The main problem I see here is people don't know the rules of the game, both commentators and supporters.

Stuart said it was a try, Meninga said it was a try, the Ref's said it was a try, Qld thinks it's a try, NSW players on the field closeby thought it was a try (watch the video) - the only one who thinks they're hard done by are NSW supporters and the Telegraph.

Inglis lost control because Farah tried to stop the grounding of the ball with his foot, simple as that.
Again, watch the footage, he adjusts where he is running to do this.
It's effectively the same rules as a strip, Inglis then regathers/scores.
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hard done by or not on the last try, NSW were not playing well enough to win that match. To me, they were on the back foot straight after Queensland scored their first try. It seemed like the NSW players thought 'here we go again' and the complexion of the game changed and they started playing panic football

I thought for the majority of the game NSW were on top and were looking a much better side; I thought it was from Jennings sin binning and thus only having 12 men that they started to look flat, not from the first try. In saying that, Qld attack close to the line was much more potent, and despite numerous line breaks, NSW couldn't turn them into points.

Looking at the stats they're pretty even apart from metres gained, NSW were definitely ontop in that department. Gallen and Bird were IMMENSE and Tamou made an impact every time he got the ball. Not one of the Qld forwards made over 100m.

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so much whining ITT.

The refs made mistakes that led to 2, possibly 3, of Qld tries (I'll wait for the official word on the Inglis try). To say that the result would still have been the same is ignorant. Typical of blowins that watch 3 games of rugby league a year.

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Farah changes directions to put his foot out and stop the placement of the ball.
If you can't see that, then I can't help you.

Watch the replay.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Kw8upGTJDcA

All I see is a guy planting his foot as he attempts a tackle. I see another person smash the ball into the tackler's foot and lose the ball forwards.

Where exactly should Farah have placed his foot?
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Inglis lost control because Farah tried to stop the grounding of the ball with his foot, simple as that.
Again, watch the footage, he adjusts where he is running to do this.
It's effectively the same rules as a strip, Inglis then regathers/scores.

That's right. Inglis loses control, knocks on. The grounding is irrelevant. He knocked on.
He doesn't regather, he grounds the ball = not regathered.
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All I see is a guy planting his foot as he attempts a tackle. I see another person smash the ball into the tackler's foot and lose the ball forwards.

Where exactly should Farah have placed his foot?



Oh shit, one of your best!
"smash the ball into the tackler's" is up there with the 12th Man and "headbutting the elbow" comparisons.

Maybe Farah should have kept running in the general direction he was moving?

I see it the way the rule is interpreted and I'm comfortable with the decision.
He's in no position to make any tackle and he shifts his body weight from the direction he's running to attempt to stop the ball from being placed with his foot.
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Inglis lost control because Farah tried to stop the grounding of the ball with his foot, simple as that.
Again, watch the footage, he adjusts where he is running to do this.
It's effectively the same rules as a strip, Inglis then regathers/scores.

Hold on bub. That whole slow mo sequence of Inglis picking up the ball and 'scoring' was over in a second in real time. There was no adjusting running to lead with feet, it was all over too quick to do that. In any other situation that would've been called the attacking player 'losing control o the ball'.

You can't tell me if the situation was reversed that the whole state of QLD wouldn't be crying over it.

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Gee rewatching the fight, Tate got off lucky with that swinging arm on Luke Lewis. He deserved Jennings fist to his face.

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That's right. Inglis loses control, knocks on. The grounding is irrelevant. He knocked on.
He doesn't regather, he grounds the ball = not regathered.

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The refs made mistakes that led to 2, possibly 3, of Qld tries (I'll wait for the official word on the Inglis try). To say that the result would still have been the same is ignorant. Typical of blowins that watch 3 games of rugby league a year.

bitch please, I've been watching rugby since before I could walk, and have been watching SoO just as long. as I said, the amount of bad calls in similar situations that have happened over the years. it's nothing new. shit happens, it's part of the game.
There have been plenty of calls favouring NSW in previous years.

good players can suck it up, reframe, channel their aggression and win the game back.
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i thought the penalty for the bird tackle was soft. it seemed to me he made the intial contact in the perfect place which in turn cause the qld players momentum to then propel him up and over the parallel or whatever it is?

didn't seem to intentionally flip him, just was a perfect tackle (due to where the contact was initiated) and looked a lot worse than what it was imo...
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