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    Re: QLD Maroons

    Post by Krump on Wed May 25, 2016 5:23 pm

    @Honeysett wrote:This thread is proof of why QLD supporters are absolute bellends. Not a humble person amongst them. It'll come back full circle eventually and then the death of origin will be back.
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    Re: QLD Maroons

    Post by Honeysett on Wed May 25, 2016 5:39 pm

    @Bren wrote:
    lol!

    A NSW fan calling QLD supporters bellends? That will do me. The year your lot won a series it was like the second coming of Jesus Christ.

    Oh piss off! haha. I remember vividly you even saying how well we handled it. I didn't give anyone shit about us winning, I was more happy with having won the series and actually being there to see it.

    One thing you can never take away from us is year after year our crowds grew when we were getting belted, we never once cried Origin is Dead. Which can't be the same said after NSW had won three straight. Not to say you guys said it but if you're going to take the good you have to accept the bad.

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    Re: QLD Maroons

    Post by Pieman on Wed May 25, 2016 5:58 pm

    @Dip wrote:

    That's what we've been saying. That it should have been a penalty try and therefore the conversion should have been under the posts instead of not under the posts. Another example of QLD being harshly dealt by the refs. Luckily we were able to overcome it and still win by 8. Somehow in all of that NSW fans seem to think they got the short end of the stick. Go figure.

    So either way they got it wrong.

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    Re: QLD Maroons

    Post by Pieman on Wed May 25, 2016 6:01 pm

    @Bren wrote:
    lol!

    A NSW fan calling QLD supporters bellends? That will do me. The year your lot won a series it was like the second coming of Jesus Christ.

    Exactly.
    A team of rejects and blokes who are no where near as good as their opposition beating one of the greatest teams of all time - was a brilliant effort and is actually underrated in the big scheme of things.

    It's crazy to me that blokes are so one eyed that they cant even admit that the GI try was a dodgy call, at the very worst!

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    Re: QLD Maroons

    Post by Pieman on Wed May 25, 2016 6:04 pm

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    Its somewhere in misconduct, under the tripping clause.

    How often does it happen where a player hits the ball out of an opposition players hands, knocks it forward and the ref calls 6 again? See it all the time, usually with a centre or winger jamming one man in trying to stop the pass. No different here. And thats even without counting the fact that Farah (whether he meant to or if it was a reflex) led into a tackle with his feet (albeit not Slater/Reynolds style).

    There's always going to be Gus-style whinging about "back in my day it was a knock on" but we arent in your day. Bar down. Farah attempted an illegal tackle by kicking at the ball carrier (might have been a reflex, doesnt matter. Intent is not a defence) and, in essence, performed a kick in general play which was then grounded by GI. Taking those 2 facts into account, I cant understand how anybody can justify it not being a try.

    Um, its totally different, because Inglis knocked it on after it was initially dislodged.
    What you are saying, the winger jams in and hits the ball when making the tackle - its 6 more because the defending winger knocked it on. In this case, inglis - the attacker - knocks it on, not the defender. After its dislodged, he KNOCKS IT ON.. it bounces off his forearm at least twice, then hits the ground.

    So if they said it was illegal play that stopped the try - it should have been a penalty try.
    But he grounded it after, so it they deemed illegal play, it would have been an 8pt try.
    What they have said, is play on, try, which is totally the wrong decision.

    If that was in the field of play there is NO FUCKING WAY that its just play on.

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    Re: QLD Maroons

    Post by Honeysett on Wed May 25, 2016 6:23 pm

    Don't try and argue around facts with the two heads, still not a coherent thought between them.

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    Re: QLD Maroons

    Post by Dip on Wed May 25, 2016 6:35 pm

    Righto, so what you guys are telling me is (and keeping in mind all of a to c need to be satisfied for it not to be a try):
    a) Farah didn't kick the ball out of Inglis' hands
    b) After it was kicked out, Inglis was then playing at the ball when it went off his arm, and not a Ricochet/Accidental Strike as defined in the rulebook
    c) The above was so clear cut that the "benefit of the doubt to the attacking team" rule that was in place at the time should have been ignored
    d) Smith shaking Inglis' hand was because he got one over the refs, not because he had just broken the record to be the greatest tryscorer in origin history.

    That'll do me.

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    Re: QLD Maroons

    Post by Bren on Wed May 25, 2016 6:51 pm

    The amount of bullshit being posted in the origin threads before a footy has even been kicked is astounding. Fucking love it Laughing

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    Re: QLD Maroons

    Post by Dip on Wed May 25, 2016 10:40 pm

    I wonder whether the team not being named until Tuesday night was in case we needed to pull an Ennis? JT charged during the weekends game - hey Paul, name him in team list Tuesday and QLD will name Will Chambers at 5/8. When Chambers fails his fitness test next weekend then JT slots in after his suspension is served.

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    Re: QLD Maroons

    Post by Pieman on Wed May 25, 2016 10:47 pm

    @Dip wrote:Righto, so what you guys are telling me is (and keeping in mind all of a to c need to be satisfied for it not to be a try):
    a) Farah didn't kick the ball out of Inglis' hands
    b) After it was kicked out, Inglis was then playing at the ball when it went off his arm, and not a Ricochet/Accidental Strike as defined in the rulebook
    c) The above was so clear cut that the "benefit of the doubt to the attacking team" rule that was in place at the time should have been ignored
    d) Smith shaking Inglis' hand was because he got one over the refs, not because he had just broken the record to be the greatest tryscorer in origin history.

    That'll do me.

    All I want, is for one of you fucking QLD Morons to say "haha yeah it was a dodgy call, but we got it, soooo too bad"

    To argue that its a clear cut try...... just... WOW


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    Re: QLD Maroons

    Post by Honeysett on Wed May 25, 2016 10:53 pm

    @Dip wrote:Righto, so what you guys are telling me is (and keeping in mind all of a to c need to be satisfied for it not to be a try):
    a) Farah didn't kick the ball out of Inglis' hands
    b) After it was kicked out, Inglis was then playing at the ball when it went off his arm, and not a Ricochet/Accidental Strike as defined in the rulebook
    c) The above was so clear cut that the "benefit of the doubt to the attacking team" rule that was in place at the time should have been ignored
    d) Smith shaking Inglis' hand was because he got one over the refs, not because he had just broken the record to be the greatest tryscorer in origin history.

    That'll do me.

    If the ball comes off your arm forward regardless to whether it's played at or not if it's propelled forward it's a knock on. Thanks for clearly what everyone already knew, no try. NSW robbed.

    Let's move on to the Jarryd Hayne foot on the line.

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    Re: QLD Maroons

    Post by Bren on Wed May 25, 2016 11:15 pm

    @Pieman wrote:

    All I want, is for one of you fucking QLD Morons to say "haha yeah it was a dodgy call, but we got it, soooo too bad"

    To argue that its a clear cut try...... just... WOW

    Guess what? It was a dodgy call! HAHAHAHAA

    Happy now cunt? NSW still lost 8 in a row so suck it up.

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    Re: QLD Maroons

    Post by Bren on Wed May 25, 2016 11:17 pm

    @Honeysett wrote:

    If the ball comes off your arm forward regardless to whether it's played at or not if it's propelled forward it's a knock on. Thanks for clearly what everyone already knew, no try. NSW robbed.

    Let's move on to the Jarryd Hayne foot on the line.
    Put your left foot in, put your left foot out, put your left foot in and shake it all about, do the Hayne Plane and switch codes, thats what its all about!

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    Re: QLD Maroons

    Post by Dip on Wed May 25, 2016 11:19 pm

    @Honeysett wrote:

    If the ball comes off your arm forward regardless to whether it's played at or not if it's propelled forward it's a knock on. Thanks for clearly what everyone already knew, no try. NSW robbed.

    Let's move on to the Jarryd Hayne foot on the line.

    Mate you're embarrassing yourself. Here's a direct excerpt from the official rules:

    KNOCK-ON means to knock the ball forward towards the opponents’ dead ball line with hand or arm while playing at the ball.

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    Re: QLD Maroons

    Post by Dip on Wed May 25, 2016 11:51 pm

    @Pieman wrote:

    All I want, is for one of you fucking QLD Morons to say "haha yeah it was a dodgy call, but we got it, soooo too bad"

    To argue that its a clear cut try...... just... WOW


    The Hodges try was a dodgy try no question. The Inglis try was a cut and dry correct outcome. In fact it wasn't even his dodgiest try in origin. The one that was disallowed in game 2 last year was far more debatable.

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    Re: QLD Maroons

    Post by Pieman on Thu May 26, 2016 12:11 am

    @Dip wrote:

    The Hodges try was a dodgy try no question. The Inglis try was a cut and dry correct outcome. In fact it wasn't even his dodgiest try in origin. The one that was disallowed in game 2 last year was far more debatable.

    Totally agree - it was a dodgy one - but we got the call so sucked in
    Why is it so hard to say that about the blatant inglis knock on one?

    lol

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    Re: QLD Maroons

    Post by Pieman on Thu May 26, 2016 12:12 am

    @Dip wrote:

    Mate you're embarrassing yourself. Here's a direct excerpt from the official rules:

    KNOCK-ON    means to knock the ball forward towards the opponents’ dead ball line with hand or arm while playing at the ball.

    Thats literally exactly what happened. It bounced 2/3 times off his forearm when he was trying to regather it.
    It then hits the ground.
    Then he regathers it.

    Textbook knock on, thanks for that.

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    Re: QLD Maroons

    Post by Dip on Thu May 26, 2016 12:26 am

    You'd be in the minority who think that. I don't think he tries to regathering it at all and only puts his hand on a grounded ball. Maybe the definition on tvs is different in NSW to QLD. I love bias at this time of the year. Lol.

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    Re: QLD Maroons

    Post by Honeysett on Thu May 26, 2016 12:27 am

    @Dip wrote:

    Mate you're embarrassing yourself. Here's a direct excerpt from the official rules:

    KNOCK-ON    means to knock the ball forward towards the opponents’ dead ball line with hand or arm while playing at the ball.

    Rolling Eyes

    Cause he doesn't try and regather.

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    Re: QLD Maroons

    Post by Honeysett on Thu May 26, 2016 12:28 am

    @Dip wrote:You'd be in the minority who think that. I don't think he tries to regathering it at all and only puts his hand on a grounded ball. Maybe the definition on tvs is different in NSW to QLD. I love bias at this time of the year. Lol.

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