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    So what do we make of this?
    If you look hard enough, there'll be a penalty in there somewhere.

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    Thought all 3 were red. Donald's yellow harsh.

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    My question is what its the proper restart? Penalty for the high tackle? Penalty for the retaliatory punch?

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    He asks the TMO and uses the Wayne Barnes logic - high tackle worse than the retaliation - go with that.

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    Default Re: Leicester v Bath

    With sensible use of his TMO I think he got it right.

    Banahan's tackle was not deliberate, and was at speed, but still a RC offence; Deacon was just a numpty and deserved his RC.

    Totally agree with the first offence decision, not the retaliation offence, on this occasion, against the usual prototcols.

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    Go with ST

    Straight RC for both
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    Default Re: Leicester v Bath

    really? red cards for both, given what else goes on at that level?

    for me, bananaman was reckless and deserved a yellow. deacon was daft, and also deserved yellow (given it was immediate rather than coming in from a distance). neither was worthy of a red, subject to my above caveat.
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    You see, it's not just the All Blacks that refs hate.

    Everyone wants to punish the most excellent sides.

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    I still can't understand how he restarted the game. What happened to:
    "Due to the tackle we were going to restart with a penalty to green. However, 6 green then took the law into his own hands and for that the penalty is being reversed. At no point do you take the law into your own hands."
    If you look hard enough, there'll be a penalty in there somewhere.

    The greatest ruck is one that never forms, but sometimes it can't be helped. #Woshkabomy

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    Wished I had a TMO!

    The guy here was spot on, right decisions handled well.

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