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#1 ornit4ever

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Posted 11 September 2013 - 01:10 PM

How  refreshing  by  the  RFL  disciplinary  to  find  Gaz  Langley  not  guilty  of  a  deliberate  high  tackle.  Common  sense  prevailed  with them  considering  that  his  tackle  on  Thomas  was  more  of  a  grab  rather  than  a  malicious  high  shot.

 

It  was  very  sporting  of  the  Skolars  player  to  get  up  immediately  after  the  alleged  high  tackle and  Gaz  readily  owned  up to  the rather  clumsy  tackle.

 

So  Rugby  League  was  a winner once  again  with  players  like Langley and  Thomas  showing  other  sportsmen from  other sports  how  to  behave  towards  one  another on the field.


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#2 Celtic Rooster

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Posted 11 September 2013 - 01:35 PM

Fair enough. I am big enough to admit when I was wrong. I too was pleased with Thomas's reaction. Just as well Gareth Hewer didn't over react as well, so well done to him. He took a lot of stick for putting the incident on report.




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