Inglis try or no try?

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Re: THAT try..

Post by happy tiger » Wed 23 May, 2012 10:40 pm

The problem with that try is they need to play it at normal speed a few times first

And THEN slow it down after to get the full perspective of it


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Post by Flippedy » Wed 23 May, 2012 10:44 pm

I think Gus said it all at the end - "that's been a knock on since 1908!"
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Post by fulleightyminutes » Wed 23 May, 2012 10:45 pm

I don' enjoy losing as a Blues Fan, but to lose from that try made it feel more than usually bitter. He dropped the ball fair and square.

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Post by Goose » Wed 23 May, 2012 10:45 pm

It hit Inglis lower forearm after it was dislodged, so even with that ridiculous played at decision, it is still a knock on, disgraceful decision.
The penalty for the bird tackle was a disgrace as well.
Very frustrated, I can cop a loss and hate blaming refs, but feel they had undue influence on this game


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Post by ball main » Wed 23 May, 2012 10:49 pm

A knock on every day of the year


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Post by bradills » Wed 23 May, 2012 10:49 pm

Any way you look at it the decision was wrong ! The ball was knocked on . So if and I Mean IF Robbie actually played at the ball with his feet the correct decision should have been a penalty try not a try as was awarded. I don't think any of tonight's referees can hold there positions after tonight's performance ! On the plus Robbie was fantastic hope that cements his spot now !


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Post by Flippedy » Wed 23 May, 2012 10:49 pm

fulleightyminutes wrote:I don' enjoy losing as a Blues Fan, but to lose from that try made it feel more than usually bitter. He dropped the ball fair and square.
The only consolation, fulleighty, is that we didn't actually lose because of that try. QLD were already in front when they 'scored' it and I don't know if NSW would've scored again anyway - they certainly didn't look likely. Still, we'll never know.
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Post by clokan » Wed 23 May, 2012 10:51 pm

I feel sorry for Inglis, knowing his record try wasn't a try, he dropped it. In years to come he look back on it and know that he broke the record on a lie :cry:

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Post by twenty20 » Wed 23 May, 2012 10:51 pm

......and they will say it had no bearing on the final result, as it was 12-10 at the time. It does my head in that, no one thinks a scrum feed to the opposing team in the last 10 minutes doesn't change the course of play for precisely - THE NEXT 10 MINUTES!

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Post by ball main » Wed 23 May, 2012 10:52 pm

[quote="Goose"]It hit Inglis lower forearm after it was dislodged, so even with that ridiculous played at decision, it is still a knock on, disgraceful decision.
The penalty for the bird tackle was a disgrace as well.
Very frustrated, I can cop a loss and hate blaming refs, but feel they had undue influence on this game

Exactly. It hit his arm after it was knocked out. Its a No try since 1908


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Post by Yossarian » Wed 23 May, 2012 10:55 pm

Ricky Stuart on Fox News now not only refusing to comment on the referees but not letting Paul Gallen comment on the referees.

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Post by stryker » Wed 23 May, 2012 10:55 pm

ball main wrote:Its a No try since 1908


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Well said Gus....

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Post by Tigerdave » Wed 23 May, 2012 10:56 pm

knock on, I'm not sure whether the Blues would have won the game anyway if it wasn't given though, but with 10 minutes to go...... at any rate it'll be the big thing they'll be talking about in the morning.

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Post by stryker » Wed 23 May, 2012 10:58 pm

twenty20 wrote:......and they will say it had no bearing on the final result, as it was 12-10 at the time. It does my head in that, no one thinks a scrum feed to the opposing team in the last 10 minutes doesn't change the course of play for precisely - THE NEXT 10 MINUTES!
Mate if it wasnt a try it was a QLD penalty...rest easy in the knowledge that they would have scored from that next set.

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Post by Yossarian » Wed 23 May, 2012 11:01 pm

stryker wrote:
twenty20 wrote:......and they will say it had no bearing on the final result, as it was 12-10 at the time. It does my head in that, no one thinks a scrum feed to the opposing team in the last 10 minutes doesn't change the course of play for precisely - THE NEXT 10 MINUTES!
Mate if it wasnt a try it was a QLD penalty...rest easy in the knowledge that they would have scored from that next set.
Should have been a penalty when Slater slid in with his knees when Farah tried to score.

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Post by tiger sean » Wed 23 May, 2012 11:06 pm

stryker wrote:
twenty20 wrote:......and they will say it had no bearing on the final result, as it was 12-10 at the time. It does my head in that, no one thinks a scrum feed to the opposing team in the last 10 minutes doesn't change the course of play for precisely - THE NEXT 10 MINUTES!
Mate if it wasnt a try it was a QLD penalty...rest easy in the knowledge that they would have scored from that next set.
:lol: If you don't think Inglis knocked it on you are delusional. Knock on every day of the week.

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Post by Tiger Watto » Wed 23 May, 2012 11:07 pm

clokan wrote:I feel sorry for Inglis, knowing his record try wasn't a try, he dropped it. In years to come he look back on it and know that he broke the record on a lie :cry:
I don't think Inglis will give a rats considering he is gona smash the record by at least another 13 Tries...

No Try, Scrum to Qld would've been my ruling.

The Referees cost Qld plenty also by there poor decisions to not penalties NSW in the play the balls... But I doubt all you sooky la la NSW supporters have factored that into your rants about being robbed. (oh, and on being robbed, wasn't Qld still ahead by 2 points before the Inglis Try?)
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Post by cnx_tigers » Wed 23 May, 2012 11:08 pm

Robbie didn't play at it..........and EVEN IF HE DID, Inglis knocked it forward after it hit Robbie's boot.

A knock on. EVERY. SINGLE. DAY. OF. THE. WEEK.

Ruined a great game.

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