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Originally posted by s.pimpernel s.pimpernel wrote:

Cockbain should have been given an instant red Card. No debate as far as I`m concerned.

I totally expect him to be cited and banned from the Autumn internationals, the prat


He can't be cited AFAIK, because the ref dealt with the offence at the time; you can only cite a player when the offence is missed by the match official.
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote Scarletrover Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 22 October 2006 at 10:58am
Originally posted by Nikostratos Nikostratos wrote:

Originally posted by s.pimpernel s.pimpernel wrote:

Cockbain should have been given an instant red Card. No debate as far as I`m concerned.

I totally expect him to be cited and banned from the Autumn internationals, the prat


He can't be cited AFAIK, because the ref dealt with the offence at the time; you can only cite a player when the offence is missed by the match official.

I think you're incorrect on that one N, for example, Carlos Spencer was yellow carded i the EDF for a spear tackle, and subsequently cited and banned. (Albeit a ridiculously short scentence).


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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote Abbey Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 22 October 2006 at 11:42am
Originally posted by Scarletrover Scarletrover wrote:

Originally posted by Nikostratos Nikostratos wrote:

Originally posted by s.pimpernel s.pimpernel wrote:

Cockbain should have been given an instant red Card. No debate as far as I`m concerned.

I totally expect him to be cited and banned from the Autumn internationals, the prat


He can't be cited AFAIK, because the ref dealt with the offence at the time; you can only cite a player when the offence is missed by the match official.

I think you're incorrect on that one N, for example, Carlos Spencer was yellow carded i the EDF for a spear tackle, and subsequently cited and banned. (Albeit a ridiculously short scentence).

You're right, SR. The rules on this issue was cleared up during the Chris Stephens/Ioan Bebb incident a few years back. A player may now be cited for further investigation irrespective of any action taken on the field of play. There is a ridiculously short time limit for this to happen, though.

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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote y ddraig bwyd Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 22 October 2006 at 11:53am
I'd just put him on a boat and send him to Australia, just like the old days!!
Oh! hang on, that would just be giving him a free lift home
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Originally posted by Speedy Speedy wrote:

oh do shut up glynys. were you having 13,000 gates at st helens and the gnoll? no. why? what was the need for a new stadium for you when you couldn`t fill either of those two stadiums?

now, go and boil your head.



Glynys I like it, hi again Spudy, anyway I would of thought as your now  apparently a region not a club apparently, who represents 3/4 of the land mass of Wales apparently, you could get a few more Peeps to your games. You are a region arn't you like the O's? You know feeder clubs and all that like the O's ?

But anyway well done the Arselets and all the Taffy sides, a good weekend for Welsh Rugger


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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote Taffscarlet Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 22 October 2006 at 7:51pm
Originally posted by Glyn Glyn wrote:

Originally posted by Speedy Speedy wrote:

oh do shut up glynys. were you having 13,000 gates at st helens and the gnoll? no. why? what was the need for a new stadium for you when you couldn`t fill either of those two stadiums?

now, go and boil your head.



Glynys I like it, hi again Spudy, anyway I would of thought as your now  apparently a region not a club apparently, who represents 3/4 of the land mass of Wales apparently, you could get a few more Peeps to your games. You are a region arn't you like the O's? You know feeder clubs and all that like the O's ?

But anyway well done the Arselets and all the Taffy sides, a good weekend for Welsh Rugger


Let me tell you something Glyn: We have 4 official feeder clubs, Llanelli RFC, Carmarthen Quins, Llandovery and Narberth. When you buy a season ticket to see the Scarlets you also have free admission to watch any one of those 4 teams play all season (you choose 1 out of the 4).

Do the O's have a similar scheme? If I bought a season ticket to see the O's does that entitle me to free admission to watch Aberavon or Maesteg all season?
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 No and we still have bigger gates ?

Plan B ) I think you need to give away your season tickets .


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Originally posted by Glyn Glyn wrote:


 No and we still have bigger gates ?

Plan B ) I think you need to give away your season tickets .


how many tickets were given away to local school kids for the sale game?

The stadium may change, but the dream will remain the same!


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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote Taffscarlet Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 23 October 2006 at 8:19am
Originally posted by Glyn Glyn wrote:


 No and we still have bigger gates ?

Plan B ) I think you need to give away your season tickets .




Why isn't your game against Austrailia a sell out yet? It should have sold out in days. That's embarassing mate.

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Errrr........Taffscarlet........it has sold out!!!!!!

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Originally posted by Slider Slider wrote:

Errrr........Taffscarlet........it has sold out!!!!!!



According to today's Western Mail it hasn't sold out yet. (Sport supplement page 9).

The O's wbsite also says that there's single seats still available.....

Even if it has sold out in the last few days, they've hardly been flying out of ticket office, they went on sale over a month ago.

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OK, it's a 99.75% sell out. That better for you? Pedant!
Another day, another misunderstanding!
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Oh dear lets not talk about tickets flying out of ticket offices. Of course if it was at Stradey (a virtual Stradey with nearly double the existing capacity) then there would have been queues for miles in all directions days before the tickets went on sale.Goes without saying. Scences no doubt bordering on biblical scales.

I hope you sell out for Ulster on Friday. You need a full house to tilt the balance your way but if we are to talk about embarrasment at slow sales then lets chat about the last time you faced Ulster at home in what was Gareth Jenkins last ever match at Stradey. How many tickets flew out of the office that night to say goodbye to an iconic rugby figure of Llanelli? About a third as many as will watch an Ospreys second string play the Australian dirt trackers.

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Originally posted by ragydybyd ragydybyd wrote:

Scences no doubt bordering on biblical scales.

Like floods?
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Originally posted by Slider Slider wrote:

Errrr........Taffscarlet........it has sold out!!!!!!



Great.


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