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Originally posted by scarletnut scarletnut wrote:

After Dewi Lake scores did anyone notice Lood de Jäger being at least a yard in front of the kicker at the restart? The ref was even looking straight at him. Appalling officiating 

I think your wrong, it was more like five yards!
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The we were robbed brigade are mute on tomkins challenge in the air, doesn’t suit their narrative i guess Smile
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Originally posted by RR1972 RR1972 wrote:

The we were robbed brigade are mute on tomkins challenge in the air, doesn’t suit their narrative i guess Smile

It did look like a penalty to me - pretty clumsy really. We certainly got away with that one. I certainly don't believe we were robbed - Biggar's attitude and Tomos' decision making cost us at least a draw. When you are playing away in front of 50k+ passionate supporters you have to be cool and squeeky clean - we were neither. 
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Biggar shouting at ref and wavung arms is basucally a master class in how not to behave as a captain, he needs to calm down
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Originally posted by RR1972 RR1972 wrote:

Biggar shouting at ref and wavung arms is basucally a master class in how not to behave as a captain, he needs to calm down
Yes he sadly reverted to type in this game. He has a huge competitive drive  to win like Farrell dare I mention his name (!) but like him gets too emotional. 
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Biggar sextin farell all top class all tough as old boots all a pain in the bsckside Wink

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Originally posted by RR1972 RR1972 wrote:

Biggar sextin farell all top class all tough as old boots all a pain in the bsckside Wink
Absolutely and that’s why all their coaches pick them and we love to hate them 😂 Hooper is another in Oz. 
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Of course that is why they get selected but it is a mistake making them captain. Sexton has, at least, partially learnt to control himself when dealing with the ref. 
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I don’t like backs as captain full stop tbh. Shame toby f so shy i’d pick him skipper
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Having only seen the S4C highlights, I wonder what those who have seen the whole match, think of Reffell's overall performance?
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Excellent at breakdown v good in defence but  not much of a footballing 7 tbh. Morgan looks better to me

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Biggar gets the point across. I think largely its good for Wales. Listen to him in the press conference, says the right stuff. 

Penalty count yesterday was a bit disappointing, the manor in which the game was handled by the referee. LRZ tackled clear release hands on the ball and was sent off. 

A gift for south Africa but a really good performance for Wales. Lets see if Pivac can adjust tactically and highlight how Wales were hard done by, make the next match a bit of a grudge match. 

Or will we fall flat…
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Originally posted by RR1972 RR1972 wrote:

Excellent at breakdown v good in defence but  not much of a footballing 7 tbh. Morgan looks better to me


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Originally posted by EJPT EJPT wrote:

Biggar gets the point across. I think largely its good for Wales. Listen to him in the press conference, says the right stuff. 

Penalty count yesterday was a bit disappointing, the manor in which the game was handled by the referee. LRZ tackled clear release hands on the ball and was sent off. 

A gift for south Africa but a really good performance for Wales. Lets see if Pivac can adjust tactically and highlight how Wales were hard done by, make the next match a bit of a grudge match. 

Or will we fall flat…
We need variety this week as the Boks know our game plan. Their pack on the roll is superb and unstoppable. Massive lumps. 
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Originally posted by RR1972 RR1972 wrote:

Excellent at breakdown v good in defence but  not much of a footballing 7 tbh. Morgan looks better to me
He’s not selected for his footballing abilities. He’s there because of how strong he is at the contact area 
I still wake up late at night and think of what might have been when tim stimpson hit that jammy penalty1
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Originally posted by scarletnut scarletnut wrote:

Originally posted by RR1972 RR1972 wrote:

Excellent at breakdown v good in defence but  not much of a footballing 7 tbh. Morgan looks better to me
He’s not selected for his footballing abilities. He’s there because of how strong he is at the contact area 

Its Reffell at 7 going forward all day long for me. He stops opposition momentum, wins you possession on the floor and gives away very few penalties. Morgan is a very good player & is next in line for me until Josh finds his best form. Then both Reffell & Morgan will have some serious competition from someone who is bigger & quicker & just as good over the ball. If only we had that sort of competition at 12/13 & 15.
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