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Team List Round 3 Panthers v Roosters 12-14

Discussion in 'Penrith Panthers' started by TerryGaines, Mar 14, 2017.

  1. TerryGaines

    TerryGaines Voider of Warranties

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    SATURDAY, March 18
    Pepper Stadium, 7:00pm


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    1 Matt Moylan 2. Dean Whare 3. Waqa Blake 4. Tyrone Peachey 5. Dylan Edwards 6. Te Maire Martin 7. Nathan Cleary 8. James Tamou 9. Peter Wallace 10. Regan Campbell-Gillard 11. Bryce Cartwright 12. Isaah Yeo 13. Trent Merrin

    Interchange: 14. James Fisher-Harris 15. Leilani Latu 16. Viliame Kikau 17. Moses Leota

    Reserves: 18. Sitaleki Akauola 19. Tim Browne 20. Peta Hiku 21. Dallin Watene-Zelezniak


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    1. Michael Gordon 2. Daniel Tupou 3. Latrell Mitchell 4. Joseph Manu 5. Shaun Kenny-Dowall 6. Luke Keary 7. Mitchell Pearce 8. Jared Waerea-Hargreaves 9. Jake Friend 10. Dylan Napa 11. Boyd Cordner 12. Mitchell Aubusson 13. Aidan Guerra

    Interchange: 14. Isaac Liu 15. Zane Tetevano 16. Ryan Matterson 17. Connor Watson

    Reserves: 18. Chris Smith 19. Paul Carter 20. Lindsay Collins 21. Mitchell Cornish
     
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    Matt Moylan of the Panthers is tackled during the round three NRL match between the Penrith Panthers and the Sydney Roosters at Pepper Stadium on March 18, 2017 in Sydney, Australia.
     
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    Tyrone Peachey of the Panthers scores a try during the round three NRL match between the Penrith Panthers and the Sydney Roosters at Pepper Stadium on March 18, 2017 in Sydney, Australia.
     
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    Matt Moylan of the Panthers is tackled by Mitchell Pearce of the Roosters during the round three NRL match between the Penrith Panthers and the Sydney Roosters at Pepper Stadium on March 18, 2017 in Sydney, Australia.
     
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    looked like the Choccy soldiers had the wood on the Rorters but the Refs and Linespersons still haven't had their regular check up at specs savers.
    How they are missing so many blatant forward passes this early in the season is worrying
     
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    Yes. Inexplicable.
    Added to which, this season, there are some new restrictions on what the bunker can report to the on-field ref.
    It's almost like there needs to be a GPS chip in the ball.
     
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    I can't believe we have a system - that sees a mistake but can't say anything. I know the argument about Refs having a role - but surely a clear mistake should be identified. I hate the multiple views and the constant try referrals. But - I admit - we do see things we might have missed.

    It'd be like the DRS ignoring snikko in a decision for LBW.
     
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    Apart from marking the spot where the ball goes out and raising their flag for a goal or not the Lines people used to be right onto forward passes now they don't get a say by the looks of it.
    A crackdown for a few rounds would sort a lot of bad play out and then the game would flow.
    Its just so hard to believe you have at least 4 people at the game plus a bunker and no one is seeing this crap .
    Maybe adding one captains review challenge each half might help but who would review it as even the bunker comes up with some strange rulings.
    We don't however want to go down the NFL route of stopping the game every play to sort through it for errors or tossing hankies onto the field to stop play
     
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    I like the (limited) Captain's challenge idea - and leaving the Vid Ref out of most things.

    Also - why can't they follow the NFL idea and draw a line across the field to check passes. The do it for breaks etc in the NFL AND it works. Would make it easy - none of this "out of the hands" crap !
     
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    you cant have enough lines real or computer drawn across the field if it cuts back on shonky tries as long as they don't wind up with big breaks in play to review all the time.
    One thing I don't like though is how the television coverage always zooms in on a play the ball for some teams so you cant see how quickly they are moving up in defence.
    A mix of camera shots on different play the balls would be nice especially where it involved an up in your face defence and you can hear the fans baying for offside in the ten
     
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    Can you trust touchies on forward passes when they can't even spot a player with his foot on the line standing a couple of yards away? And it seems that much worse when a bad decision affects the result, as it did here.

    Mind you, everyone says, 'of course' the video ref can't adjudicate on forward passes, as if this is a self-evident truth. It isn't. They can and do adjudicate on them in rugby union, why can't they do the same in league?
     
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    Touchies used to always adjudicate on Forward passes but mind you that was back in the day before they needed glasses and the Nrl started to place to much faith in NFL style tech.
    Yawnion forward passes would be more easier to adjudicate because the forwards live about a metre from each other while the backs don't get the ball often enough for it to be a problem out wide.
    Of course it doesn't matter to much what the NRL fix as next week the flow on effect will cause something else to be the problem for instance the Sharks had shocking discipline against the Dragons but it would appear they are claiming without saying it that a major reason for their loss was Dugan not hitting the head bin to give them a leg up. The game flows faster now but was a better spectacle during unlimited tackle days
     

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