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    Default Re: Referee Rankings

    Quote Originally Posted by Rich_NL View Post
    I think Glen Jackson had the worst showing so far, for ITA-IRE
    TBF, he had the worst showing last year, too, for IRE-WAL

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    Quote Originally Posted by DocY View Post
    TBF, he had the worst showing last year, too, for IRE-WAL
    Sounds like every super rugby game this season too.

    He's definitely 'checked out' since he announced his impending retirement after this SH season. He just doesn't look interested and his decisions are a mixed bag. I dont think hes good enough for World Cup.
    Tell em it's Law 23 and smile

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    Thought Paul Williams was excellent today and contributed to a great game - was less impressed with Angus Gardner, thought a few of his calls were a bit harsh on Ireland.

    My prediction for RWC2019 would be the 14 listed here bit minus Jackson (who's been off colour for a while) and one of Berry, Carley and Williams - whichever one doesn't go will be there as a TJ I'm sure and will no doubt be in the middle in 2023!

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    That was the first time I have ever seen Williams ref (so far as I recall anyway) ... I would definitely take him to the RWC, I thought that was a 6N baptism of fire , and I thought he was excellent. Any disagreements I have about specific decisions are basically quibbles. I thought he earned absolute trust from the players and should be really proud of himself ..

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    My prediction ..
    The unlucky two are Ben O Keefe and Glen Jackson.

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    I don't know anything about Williams, but thought he had a great game. I like Gardner, he kept the rucks tighter than most do, but besides a couple of dodgy decisions there were a lot of reset scrums, and an offside line that disappeared for long stretches, same as Peyper had for WAL-ENG. Perhaps it's something to do with the Millennium stadium...

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    Default Re: Referee Rankings

    Watch the last couple of minutes of Wales v Ireland. A series of rucks near the Welsh line.
    Look where the "offside" line is being reffed.

    Gardiner reffing...

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    Hi didds .
    Forget about the last couple of minutes .
    Watch the whole 80 mins again .

    Thank god ireland were boys amongst men yesterday .
    And for that reason , the best team still won .

    His penalty sanctions were too soft .
    I do agree with penalty against sexton for lying on the ruck .
    But for most other penalties ,, he was to much by the book & had no real feel for the game .

    I actually felt sorry for angus ,,as he was clearly having a bad day at the office ..

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    FWIW, I felt that both WAL v IRE and ENG v SCO were two of the best-reffed matches in the entire 6N, with clear, consistent refereeing.

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    Default Re: Referee Rankings

    Quote Originally Posted by Rich_NL View Post
    I don't know anything about Williams, but thought he had a great game. I like Gardner, he kept the rucks tighter than most do, but besides a couple of dodgy decisions there were a lot of reset scrums, and an offside line that disappeared for long stretches, same as Peyper had for WAL-ENG. Perhaps it's something to do with the Millennium stadium...
    Or Wales as it seemed to disappear fro Pascale Gauzere in Sco-v-Wal too

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