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Tiger_heart

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Tongue in cheek to Tim Sheens for his "almost apology" as described elsewhere in these posts…
 

Sabre

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Marshall for kicking the ball on the 2nd tackle when we won a scrum against the feed.
 

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- Letting in a try :frowning:
- Dropped balls
- Completion rate
 

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@hadds75 said:
@Sabre said:
Marshall for kicking the ball on the 2nd tackle when we won a scrum against the feed.

Think that was Farah.

There was too much kicking behind the line in the 2nd half. Boys seemed disinterested in the 2nd half but thankfully had done enough in the first half with some fantastic tries.

We gotta play the whole 80 in that frame of mind next weekend. none of this kick behind the line on early tackles crap!
 

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@NZTiger said:
@hadds75 said:
@Sabre said:
Marshall for kicking the ball on the 2nd tackle when we won a scrum against the feed.

Think that was Farah.

There was too much kicking behind the line in the 2nd half. Boys seemed disinterested in the 2nd half but thankfully had done enough in the first half with some fantastic tries.

We gotta play the whole 80 in that frame of mind next weekend. none of this kick behind the line on early tackles crap!

Well they did a tonne of defence and it was wet so i thought it was good they kicked early rather then have pressure on the last tackle or make an error.

For me, it was the mistakes and penalties given away by Gibbs and Payne in our own half in the first half.
Also our mistakes after every try we scored.
 

anderson_silva

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@Sabre said:
Marshall for kicking the ball on the 2nd tackle when we won a scrum against the feed.

you get the raspberry for trying to give someone the raspberry who didnt do what you gave him the raspberry for!
 

Ghostdogg

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Whoever called Buttriss 'a classy player' :laughing:

and the Raiders in general for being hopeless.
 

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* Beau Ryan hitting a pass away from dummy half on the last tackle which gave them 6 more on our line (didn't end up costing us, but could have).

* Canberra Raiders playing the green machine song as soon as the full time siren sounded… Errrrm, you just got laced by 21 points lads????
 

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@Zaibatsu said:
* Beau Ryan hitting a pass away from dummy half on the last tackle which gave them 6 more on our line (didn't end up costing us, but could have).

* Canberra Raiders playing the green machine song as soon as the full time siren sounded… Errrrm, you just got laced by 21 points lads????

^^^^

lol, I thought the same thing.

I agree on the above two as raspberries, but give the golden raspberry to Tigers for missing the chance to be the first team ever to keep the Raiders scorless at Bruce.
 

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@Jazza said:
Well they did a tonne of defence and it was wet so i thought it was good they kicked early rather then have pressure on the last tackle or make an error.

Yeh, they did a ton of D so you thought it good they kick early /handover possesion so they could do more???? :neutral_face:
 
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To the Tigers in general for coughing up the ball on the next set each time after scoring a try. Luckily the team turned up to tackle.
 

tigergirlz

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Not really a raspberry, but a warning to Gallant. Picked up a kicked ball right on our line near the end of the game. We were cheering his safe hands. THEN…...after being tackled he tries to palm the player off him, forgets to secure the ball with two hands and drops it. In a close game that could have been another down the gurgler.
 

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@Geo. said:
@Staks said:
Tim Sheens - he owns the tree.

Have you got that saved somewhere or what…....Yeah why not Sheens....

Well the topic comes up every week, just thought people should know that Sheens is a Raspberry farmer. :wink:
 

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