2022 NRL Round 11: Teams and Game Day

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gee Ben Cummins lifted parra on his back the last 10mins last night

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gangrenous wrote: May 20, 2022, 5:56 pm One they lost control and didn’t get it back before grounding it. The other they just ground it. Seems pretty clear cut to me.
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I don't feel so bad about our 2 losses to Cowboys now.
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Cowboys doing incredibly well, credit to Payten. Especially given many said there were "no good coaches on the market"
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Nicho Hynes playing halfback next to Wighton would have actually been a very lovely combination imo
I know he was probably never coming here given his love of surfing and beach life... but man... we missed a trick on that one. Hell of a signing for the Sharks
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Botman wrote:Nicho Hynes playing halfback next to Wighton would have actually been a very lovely combination imo
I know he was probably never coming here given his love of surfing and beach life... but man... we missed a trick on that one. Hell of a signing for the Sharks
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gergreg wrote:
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gangrenous wrote: May 20, 2022, 5:56 pm One they lost control and didn’t get it back before grounding it. The other they just ground it. Seems pretty clear cut to me.
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gergreg wrote:
gergreg wrote:
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gangrenous wrote: May 20, 2022, 5:56 pm One they lost control and didn’t get it back before grounding it. The other they just ground it. Seems pretty clear cut to me.
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what about the timoko try? put down looked very very similar to gagai

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Id have to watch it again, but on initial views i didnt see the ball ever come away from Timoko's hand, as it did with Gagai
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Botman wrote:Id have to watch it again, but on initial views i didnt see the ball ever come away from Timoko's hand, as it did with Gagai
planted with heel of hand and wrist

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Ball never came away from his hand. It's in his hand, he has possession, it never separates and so he is deemed to have never lost possession/control
For Gagai the ball came completely out of his hands, he is deemed to have lost possession/control the moment the ball is completely free of his hands, and he needs to reestablish possession before grounding it.

That's the key difference. I dont know what is difficult to understand here. :lol:
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The NRL has it completely wrong on the obstruction call, with Annesley trying to spin that one again. They have it right on the Gagai try, on the current interpretation that you have to regrip the ball if you lose grip. Under the old interpretation of separation, it’s a try… but that’s not the current interpretation. Absolutely no issue with the Timoko try under any rules.
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Botman wrote:That's the key difference. I dont know what is difficult to understand here. :lol:
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