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ex-lucy
14-01-08, 17:01
Alan Lewis, in Ospreys v Glaws match, at a rucky thingy awards a pen to Ospreys.

Glaws 10 comes running in to the rucky thingy and proffers Mr Lewis some advice as to his decision.

Back 10m. "skipper, have a word. I dont players running in from afar giving me advice"

Was it correct? (RQ)
hopefully quite a few players saw this and will digest it....

in same match:
After a rucky thungy, Mr Lewis awarded a scrum to Glaw and then Glaws 16 said something to Mr Lewis. "You dont talk to me like that. Unacceptable." 10 mins.

Was it correct? (RQ)
hopefully quite a few players saw this and will digest it....

Gareth-Lee Smith
14-01-08, 17:01
By RQ do you mean 'relevant quotations', or what?

ex-lucy
14-01-08, 17:01
GLS: was that rhetoric question?

Gareth-Lee Smith
14-01-08, 20:01
No lucy, I've never come across it before, and before I attempt to answer the question I wanted to check so I didn't look like a prat :D

Emmet Murphy
14-01-08, 20:01
I'm not sure what it means either ex-Lucy

David J.
14-01-08, 21:01
GLS: was that rhetoric question?


Isn't the answer in the question?

Gareth-Lee Smith
15-01-08, 06:01
Ah, David, I see now... just waiting for Lucy to confirm.

And man, is it early?!