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Greg Inglis shoulder charge on Skivvy no try

Discussion in 'Rugby League Forum' started by mac, Aug 19, 2013.

  1. mac

    mac Member

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    On Skivvy's 'no try' did anyone look at GI's attempted tackle? He did not use his arms one bit, it was a blatant shoulder charge....with the video refs looking at the try over and over again to see whether they should award it, surely they would have picked up on that as well and he be placed on report....just crazy refereeing.
     
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    • Brissie Kid

      Brissie Kid Well-Known Member

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      And just how did Inglis get his knee hurt in the first half try to George T? Didn't go knee first into George on the ground?

      They seem to get tunnel vision at replay time. Go look at the Sharks 2nd last try that Beau Ryan scored. It looked to me that the ball only came loose after an offside Luke Lewis used his shoulder and forearm into the head of Nightingale. Video ref gave it a try. Dragons lost the game.
       
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      • SeaEagle21

        SeaEagle21 Well-Known Member Premium Member

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        Glad someone picked up on this, it was a shoulder charge plain and simple but shhh don't speak in a negative tone towards the untouchable Inglis
         
      • Mark from Brisbane

        Mark from Brisbane Living the dream Premium Member

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        He's a protected species, same as Slater and Cronk
         
      • Rambo1987

        Rambo1987 Well-Known Member

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        Thank God someone else said it. He dropped the knees then went ohh my sore knee.
        The Untouchables.
         
      • Clint

        Clint . Premium Member 2017 Tipping Competitor

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        Just get rid of the video ref and 2 referees altogether. It has all become a blight on the game. Just like the DRS in the ashes. Referees/umpires make mistakes like players. No-one can convince me that there are any less contentious decisions nowadays than there was back in the 80's. Technology has not improved anything in the decision making process!! It has just slowed the game down to the point that it has become farcical.
         
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        • Chip and Chase

          Chip and Chase True Supporter Staff Member Administrator Premium Member 2017 Tipping Competitor

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          What about the high shot and grapple on Killer when he went over the tryline and was held up (by the throat !!). Was it Goodwin ?? That was far worse than what Horo got reported for, yet we didn't even get a penalty.
           
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        • MadMarcus

          MadMarcus Local Lunatic 2017 Tipping Competitor

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          Shhh.... or they will charge Jorge for deliberately headbutting Inglis in the knee. A dog act considering Jorge knew Inglis was coming back from injury. You would never see a Souths player do something like that.
           
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          • StuBoot

            StuBoot Well-Known Member 2017 Tipping Competitor

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            I think they set a precedent earlier in the year, you can pull off a shoulder charge trying to prevent a try....but if it hits the head then that is a different matter.
             
          • Oliver

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          • Rex

            Rex Well-Known Member

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            Inglis doing a shoulder charge into the head of an opponent? Who'd have thought?

            Not getting cited? Who'd have thought?
             

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