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Play doesn’t stop to challenge an offside from a charge down. We were never going to be given a penalty in that situation from Sutton.

It’s hard because there is **** calls every game but the way it’s being handled in the bunker particularly is so ****ed. Not just our game and against us.

The captain challenges are another one. We hear the bunker has better angles and pictures. That’s bullshit otherwise they’d show them to prove they are right.
You can’t challenge offside or no calls
 

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The captain challenges are another one. We hear the bunker has better angles and pictures. That’s bullshit otherwise they’d show them to prove they are right.
So many come back inconclusive evidence just scrap the time waster. Anyone who enjoys a forensic examination of a knock-on can **** off with it.
 

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keary was so far off side for the second charge down. Probably warranted a penalty but these are rare. He could have stepped tedesco and spent ten minutes lining up the first attempt though.
Neither of the charge downs were offside.

Maybe there was a case for the marker not being square, but that’s only a maybe.

I’m fine with the no calls.

Hynes needs to be quicker, and the team needs to give some actual protection.

Or you know, convert a try.
 
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Neither of the charge downs were offside.

Maybe there was a case for the marker not being square, but that’s only a maybe.

I’m fine with the no calls.

Hynes needs to be quicker, and the team needs to give some actual protection.

Or you know, convert a try.
Our problem was our set up for the field goals.

We were playing side to side in the lead up so we only had one run up the middle prior to kicking. Not enough time to get all our blockers in position.

It was poor game management from our team.

Even the last play that Sifa dropped was stupid. Again, side to side when we should have been going up the guts.
 

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It will be interesting now how Nicho recovers mentally from all this after what happened last year and Origin this year. He admitted it took him a while to get over the disappointments. This will really test his resolve for next year, especially with all the noise around him now how he can't ice finals games.
 

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It will be interesting now how Nicho recovers mentally from all this after what happened last year and Origin this year. He admitted it took him a while to get over the disappointments. This will really test his resolve for next year, especially with all the noise around him now how he can't ice finals games.
At least he can forget about the whole origin / rep selection next year.
 
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Neither of the charge downs were offside.

Maybe there was a case for the marker not being square, but that’s only a maybe.

I’m fine with the no calls.

Hynes needs to be quicker, and the team needs to give some actual protection.

Or you know, convert a try.
And Brailey‘s passes needed to hit the “10” points marker on the Rex Mossop passing board, not “7” or “5” when giving Nicho the ball!
 

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And Brailey‘s passes needed to hit the “10” points marker on the Rex Mossop passing board, not “7” or “5” when giving Nicho the ball!
Can nail a cutout board everyday. Its the real world pressure he's gotta get comfortable with
 
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At least he can forget about the whole origin / rep selection next year.
I feel winning the Dally M in his first (full) season playing 7 MAY have contributed to an over confidence (by him and us) and when it started going pair shaped he didn’t have the mental strength to stop the slide.

Needs to work more on that side of his game and become “a goldfish”. Maloney would be a great asset and role model in that regard (as well as a handy halves coach).
 

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I feel winning the Dally M in his first (full) season playing 7 MAY have contributed to an over confidence (by him and us) and when it started going pair shaped he didn’t have the mental strength to stop the slide.

Needs to work more on that side of his game and become “a goldfish”. Maloney would be a great asset and role model in that regard (as well as a handy halves coach).
It all came to him at once. Could be forgiven for thinking his struggles were over & it's all sweet now. Learned no matter how good its going it can (& usually will) go to **** again. He'll keep fronting up though, he's a tough cookie.
 
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