Surely that was not a try

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Re: Surely that was not a try

Post by cktiger » Mon 09 Jun, 2014 8:51 am

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Sully wrote:I thought he grounded the ball and should have been a drop out. Whilst I would like to see Austin as our 5/8 until Moses is ready I cannot fault Anasta for going for the ball. Imagine what he would have copped if they ran past him and scored, people on here would have said bad things about him. Oh wait a minute !!!!
Im doubtful he grounded it but it was clearly his ball....despite there being no call of ''mine''
There were goalposts to deal with as well, a difficult take but it seemed to me Teddy was out of position in this case.
Harsh to be blaming Anasta, if Teddy doesnt contact him Braith takes it clean and we have 7 tackles and 6 less points against us
He wasn't the only Tiger player he knocked over - there were at least three! :lol:


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Post by happy tiger » Mon 09 Jun, 2014 8:57 am

formerguest wrote:Not only should we have had a twenty metre tap from an earlier ref mistake, obviously they don't think that Anasta has a torso with which to ground the ball.

Notwithstanding anything else, that was a superb effort from Braith.
It was a try and stop calling me Surely

Seriously though , that was the last call I expected , he had control when he hit the ground

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Post by cqtiger » Mon 09 Jun, 2014 9:08 am

Just on a different angle, in the field of play if a player is knocked out the ref calls time off and usually the player recovers and plays the ball even if the other team picks up the ball. Correct?

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Post by innsaneink » Mon 09 Jun, 2014 9:20 am

Yeh, but everything is different in goal

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Post by formerguest » Mon 09 Jun, 2014 9:21 am

innsaneink wrote:Im doubtful he grounded it but it was clearly his ball....despite there being no call of ''mine''
There were goalposts to deal with as well, a difficult take but it seemed to me Teddy was out of position in this case.
Harsh to be blaming Anasta, if Teddy doesnt contact him Braith takes it clean and we have 7 tackles and 6 less points against us
Pretty well how I saw it apart from the grounding, which at worst was forced with his torso. Like Happy, to me the ball was still in his left hand as both it and his chin hit the deck.




It was a try and stop calling me Surely

Seriously though , that was the last call I expected , he had control when he hit the ground[/quote]


There would be uproar if we had not won. So good to have Patty to get us the two points when we score one less try, in what may well turn out to be a season defining effort.


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Post by happy tiger » Mon 09 Jun, 2014 9:27 am

formerguest wrote:
innsaneink wrote:Im doubtful he grounded it but it was clearly his ball....despite there being no call of ''mine''
There were goalposts to deal with as well, a difficult take but it seemed to me Teddy was out of position in this case.
Harsh to be blaming Anasta, if Teddy doesnt contact him Braith takes it clean and we have 7 tackles and 6 less points against us
Pretty well how I saw it apart from the grounding, which at worst was forced with his torso. Like Happy, to me the ball was still in his left hand as both it and his chin hit the deck.




It was a try and stop calling me Surely

Seriously though , that was the last call I expected , he had control when he hit the ground

There would be uproar if we had not won. So good to have Patty to get us the two points when we score one less try, in what may well turn out to be a season defining effort.[/quote]
Yeah that is a strange stat isn't it

And we beat Parra also after scoring less tries

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Post by mike » Mon 09 Jun, 2014 9:59 am

We were sitting just to the right of the goal post and the thought that was a try never entered our heads. Worst case his torso landed on the ball forcing it. I thought he still had control when it hit the ground. We were stunned when a try was awarded, it wasn't even a remote thought. No way was that a try.

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Post by tig_prmz » Mon 09 Jun, 2014 10:12 am

Did the on field umpire say try or no try? If he said no try then there is no way in hell that the video ref could've said try.

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Post by southerntiger » Mon 09 Jun, 2014 10:16 am

tig_prmz wrote:Did the on field umpire say try or no try? If he said no try then there is no way in hell that the video ref could've said try.

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It didnt seem that he made a recommendation. Very strange turn of events.

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Post by derailed » Mon 09 Jun, 2014 10:44 am

southerntiger wrote:
tig_prmz wrote:Did the on field umpire say try or no try? If he said no try then there is no way in hell that the video ref could've said try.

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It didnt seem that he made a recommendation. Very strange turn of events.

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He said Try

At the best Anasta grounds it with his torso.

He jumped from the field of play so there would have been no seven tackles

50/50 I say so the video guys had to go with the on field call

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Post by southerntiger » Mon 09 Jun, 2014 10:47 am

derailed wrote:
southerntiger wrote:
tig_prmz wrote:Did the on field umpire say try or no try? If he said no try then there is no way in hell that the video ref could've said try.

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It didnt seem that he made a recommendation. Very strange turn of events.

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He said Try

At the best Anasta grounds it with his torso.

He jumped from the field of play so there would have been no seven tackles

50/50 I say so the video guys had to go with the on field call
I didnt notice that but at first I never anticipated it being a try. I assumed they were just going up to check drop out v 20m restart.

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Post by sideline eye » Mon 09 Jun, 2014 10:19 pm

happy tiger wrote:
formerguest wrote:Not only should we have had a twenty metre tap from an earlier ref mistake, obviously they don't think that Anasta has a torso with which to ground the ball.

Notwithstanding anything else, that was a superb effort from Braith.[/quot

It was a try and stop calling me Surely

Seriously though , that was the last call I expected , he had control when he hit the ground
Righto, Shirley.

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Post by happy tiger » Mon 09 Jun, 2014 10:30 pm

sideline eye wrote:
happy tiger wrote:
formerguest wrote:Not only should we have had a twenty metre tap from an earlier ref mistake, obviously they don't think that Anasta has a torso with which to ground the ball.

Notwithstanding anything else, that was a superb effort from Braith.[/quot

It was a try and stop calling me Surely

Seriously though , that was the last call I expected , he had control when he hit the ground
Righto, Shirley.
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Post by barra » Tue 10 Jun, 2014 12:26 pm

tw33k wrote:
Sully wrote:I thought he grounded the ball and should have been a drop out. Whilst I would like to see Austin as our 5/8 until Moses is ready I cannot fault Anasta for going for the ball. Imagine what he would have copped if they ran past him and scored, people on here would have said bad things about him. Oh wait a minute !!!!
I disagree. Tedesco looked to have it covered easily. If Anasta let him take it we would have had a 20 meter re-start.
Anyone that has played in #1 will know it was Tedesco's ball. He was running to it (not back to it like Anasta) and had a much easier take. Anasta should have looked and seen what was happening and acted as a shield like all the opposition players do.

It was a spectacular attempt but unnecessary!

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