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    Default Re: Beale YC

    Quote Originally Posted by didds View Post
    "pork chop"?

    wassat mean menace?

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    https://www.urbandictionary.com/defi...rm=Pork%20Chop
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    Quote Originally Posted by menace View Post
    ffs!
    Then give him 12 mins !

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    Default Re: Beale YC

    Didn't see it but, from the description, isn't this one in the same category as SBW's transgression in the game against France.?

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    Default Re: Beale YC

    Interesting

    http://www.sareferees.co.za/News/law...art-2/2831016/

    “The argument for the penalty try - not a new argument - was that the infringer should be taken out of the equation. If it was then that an opponent would probably have scored a try, a penalty try is awarded.

    Now, it seems, this is not the case. The infringer - Williams or Beale - is not to be taken out of the equation but is left in it with a theoretic chance of doing the right thing instead of the wrong action he took.

    This surfaced from a discussion by Alain Rolland, World Rugby's referee manager, and some top referees.

    On excellent authority, we have learnt that it emerged from the discussion of Willams's action and subsequent penalty try that the penalty try should not have been awarded.

    The reasoning for this was that you cannot remove the player committing the foul from the equation, but only the action of foul play.

    Williams' action was regarded as clearly cynical, but he clearly beat the attacker to any probabilities of the try's being scored when the foul play was removed. Therefore only a yellow card should have been awarded.”

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    Default Re: Beale YC

    What a pile of cack.

    Do WR live in the real world?


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    Default Re: Beale YC

    WR in "Not communicating to referees - AGAIN!!!!" shocker.

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    ... allied to WR in "haven't a bloody clue - AGAIN!!!!" shocker

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    I seem to have suddenly gone blind and deaf, so I am unaware of any such ideas.
    He trudg’d along unknowing what he sought,
    And whistled as he went, for want of thought.
    The Referee by John Dryden

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    Default Re: Beale YC

    Quote Originally Posted by didds View Post
    What a pile of cack.

    Do WR live in the real world?


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    That's "kak" dids, "kak" -https://www.urbandictionary.com/define.php?term=kak

    No, they don't
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    In English English we spell it cack - though both come from the same Flemish word.

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