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Padge

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Padge last won the day on August 30 2020

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  • Birthday 11/11/1958

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    Rugby league, obviously, I support Wigan and St.Judes.<br />Photography, keen amateur.<br />Rugby league's social history.<br />Local history.<br />Travel.

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  1. Took a stroll down the same stretch of the canal last weekend, took a few on my phone from jut about the same spot. https://padge.smugmug.com/Places-UK/Wigan/Arley/
  2. Deserved winner, classy player and has made Salford tick for most of this season.
  3. Peet is a class act, I will hold my hands up and admit that I said Wigan had just gone for the cheap option, I was wrong, they obviously saw him as a real asset.
  4. He also sat in the commentary seat beyond his sell buy date.
  5. Terry and Baz where at Sky at the same time as Eddie and Stevo, and those two (E&S) a were slaughtered on this forum for years.
  6. Which is why making the punishment for attempts to stop try scoring even when it is unlikely that the punishment is at least increased to at least offer a two point (almost) guaranteed punishment. Thinking about it after the two points are taken it should then be a drop out from under the posts and not a half-way restart.
  7. I know he did, and in a post I made earlier I clearly stated that I didn't think he would score and therefore it was not a penalty try option. What I am saying is that it is obvious the players intention, as it was in this case, to stop any chance of the player scoring (even though it was obvious to the ref but not the miscreant that he wouldn't score) a half way option is a penalty is always given under the sticks.
  8. "would have scored" is key, it isn't, might, may possibly but the definite "would", maybe give the referee an option in this situation to offer a penalty under the posts, the intention was to make sure he couldn't score even though it was doubtful he would have.
  9. At the time I described it, jokingly, as a flying headbutt. I suspect he may get a letter warning him to be less wreckless with his tackling technique and that is the end of it.
  10. There is no way the ref or video ref could look at it and say he was definitely about to score and was obstructed and that prevented him from doing so.
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