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NRL Premiership, Friday, 1 August 2014 - Round 21 - ANZ Stadium

Time
80.00
Team
Canterbury-Bankstown
Score
16
Team
Penrith
Score
22
Canterbury-Bankstown versus Penrith
Players Lafai (68min), Kasiano (76min), Hodkinson (80min) Tries 3 Tries 4 Players Segeyaro (7min, 46min), Mansour (52min), Moylan (63min)
Players Hodkinson 2/3 (66%) Conversions 2 Conversions 3 Players Soward 3/4 (75%)
Players Penalty goals 0 Penalty goals 0 Players
Players Field goals 0 Field goals 0 Players

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Statistics

Match Statistics
Canterbury-BankstownPenrith

1 Sam Perrett

1 Matthew Moylan

Try
1

2 Corey Thompson

2 Josh Mansour

Try
1

3 Moses Mbye

3 Dean Whare

4 Tim Lafai

Try
1

4 Jamal Idris

5 Chase Stanley

Substitution Off
1

5 David Simmons

6 Josh Reynolds

6 William Smith

7 Trent Hodkinson

Try
1
Conversion
2

7 Jamie Soward

Conversion
3

8 Sam Kasiano

Try
1
Substitution On
2
Substitution Off
2

8 Nigel Plum

Substitution On
1
Substitution Off
1

9 Michael Ennis

9 James Segeyaro

Try
2

10 James Graham

Substitution Off
1

10 Brent Kite

Substitution On
1
Substitution Off
2

11 Josh Jackson

11 Sika Manu

Substitution On
1
Substitution Off
1

12 Tony Williams

12 Elijah Taylor

Substitution Off
1

13 Greg Eastwood

Substitution On
2
Substitution Off
2

13 Adam Docker

Substitution On
1
Substitution Off
1
Match Statistics
Canterbury-Bankstown Interchange Penrith Interchange

Reni Maitua

Substitution On
1
Substitution Off
1

Lewis Brown

Substitution On
1

Dale Finucane

Substitution On
2
Substitution Off
1

Jeremy Latimore

Substitution On
1
Substitution Off
1

David Klemmer

Substitution On
2
Substitution Off
2

Bryce Cartwright

Substitution On
1
Substitution Off
1

Lloyd Perrett

Substitution On
1

Sam McKendry

Substitution On
2
Substitution Off
1

Canterbury-Bankstown vs Penrith

  • Possession

    Canterbury-Bankstown 47%
    47% 53%
    Penrith 53%
  • Sets

    Canterbury-Bankstown 40
    51% 49%
    Penrith 39
  • Completed sets

    Canterbury-Bankstown 25
    46% 54%
    Penrith 29
  • Completion rate

    Canterbury-Bankstown 63%
    46% 54%
    Penrith 74%
  • Tackles

    Canterbury-Bankstown 280
    52% 48%
    Penrith 262
  • Total runs

    Canterbury-Bankstown 156
    48% 52%
    Penrith 168
  • Total run metres

    Canterbury-Bankstown 1318m
    48% 52%
    Penrith 1400m
  • Hit-ups

    Canterbury-Bankstown 62
    50% 50%
    Penrith 61
  • Line breaks

    Canterbury-Bankstown 7
    64% 36%
    Penrith 4
  • Offloads

    Canterbury-Bankstown 15
    50% 50%
    Penrith 15
  • Kicks

    Canterbury-Bankstown 15
    44% 56%
    Penrith 19
  • 40-20 kicks

    Canterbury-Bankstown 0
    50% 50%
    Penrith 0
  • Kick metres

    Canterbury-Bankstown 399m
    47% 53%
    Penrith 444m
  • Penalties

    Canterbury-Bankstown 9
    64% 36%
    Penrith 5
  • Scrums

    Canterbury-Bankstown 7
    39% 61%
    Penrith 11
  • Missed tackles

    Canterbury-Bankstown 40
    51% 49%
    Penrith 39
  • Errors

    Canterbury-Bankstown 18
    67% 33%
    Penrith 9
  • | |
    Canterbury-Bankstown statistics
    Players POS MIN RUNS R.MTRS OFLD T/BR L/BR L/BR.AS TRY.AS KICKS K.MTRS
    Sam Perrett Fullback 80 16 111 0 5 0 0 0 0 0
    Corey Thompson Winger 1 80 8 71 0 4 1 0 0 0 0
    Moses Mbye Centre 1 80 10 104 0 2 1 0 0 1 31
    Tim Lafai Centre 2 80 12 88 2 7 2 1 1 0 0
    Chase Stanley Winger 2 22 4 45 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
    Josh Reynolds Five-eighth 80 6 57 1 4 0 1 1 6 125
    Trent Hodkinson Halfback 80 4 27 0 1 1 1 0 3 60
    Sam Kasiano Prop 1 50 13 96 5 2 2 0 0 0 0
    Michael Ennis Hooker 80 2 18 0 0 0 0 0 5 183
    James Graham Prop 2 69 15 109 1 0 0 0 0 0 0
    Josh Jackson 2nd Row 1 80 9 67 1 5 0 0 0 0 0
    Tony Williams 2nd Row 2 80 13 124 4 2 0 1 1 0 0
    Greg Eastwood Lock 47 9 74 0 1 0 0 0 0 0
    Reni Maitua Interchange 42 4 40 0 1 0 0 0 0 0
    Dale Finucane Interchange 35 12 132 0 1 0 0 0 0 0
    David Klemmer Interchange 29 10 69 0 3 0 0 0 0 0
    Lloyd Perrett Interchange 26 9 86 1 1 0 0 0 0 0
    Canterbury-Bankstown statistics
    Players POS MIN TACKES MISSED INEFFECTIVE PEN.CONC. ERRORS
    Sam Perrett Fullback 80 6 3 0 0 0
    Corey Thompson Winger 1 80 7 0 0 0 2
    Moses Mbye Centre 1 80 8 0 1 0 2
    Tim Lafai Centre 2 80 4 0 0 0 2
    Chase Stanley Winger 2 22 0 0 0 0 1
    Josh Reynolds Five-eighth 80 21 5 1 0 2
    Trent Hodkinson Halfback 80 14 1 2 0 1
    Sam Kasiano Prop 1 50 17 5 0 3 1
    Michael Ennis Hooker 80 44 7 4 1 0
    James Graham Prop 2 69 31 3 4 0 2
    Josh Jackson 2nd Row 1 80 22 2 3 0 0
    Tony Williams 2nd Row 2 80 17 2 3 0 2
    Greg Eastwood Lock 47 25 5 1 0 1
    Reni Maitua Interchange 42 17 4 1 1 2
    Dale Finucane Interchange 35 23 2 1 0 0
    David Klemmer Interchange 29 16 1 1 0 0
    Lloyd Perrett Interchange 26 8 0 0 0 0
    Penrith statistics
    Players POS MIN RUNS R.MTRS OFLD T/BR L/BR L/BR.AS TRY.AS KICKS K.MTRS
    Matthew Moylan Fullback 80 11 59 0 2 1 0 0 0 0
    Josh Mansour Winger 1 80 16 162 3 7 1 0 0 0 0
    Dean Whare Centre 1 80 9 79 1 1 0 0 0 0 0
    Jamal Idris Centre 2 80 14 116 2 6 0 1 1 2 35
    David Simmons Winger 2 80 14 105 2 1 0 0 0 0 0
    William Smith Five-eighth 80 8 65 0 3 1 0 0 1 39
    Jamie Soward Halfback 80 2 28 0 3 0 1 2 15 356
    Nigel Plum Prop 1 31 6 47 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
    James Segeyaro Hooker 80 10 67 2 8 1 0 0 1 14
    Brent Kite Prop 2 29 7 60 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
    Sika Manu 2nd Row 1 44 6 39 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
    Elijah Taylor 2nd Row 2 23 4 32 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
    Adam Docker Lock 74 10 86 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
    Lewis Brown Interchange 57 13 131 0 3 0 0 0 0 0
    Jeremy Latimore Interchange 49 15 136 3 2 0 0 0 0 0
    Bryce Cartwright Interchange 42 13 116 2 3 0 0 0 0 0
    Sam McKendry Interchange 51 10 72 0 1 0 0 0 0 0
    Penrith statistics
    Players POS MIN TACKES MISSED INEFFECTIVE PEN.CONC. ERRORS
    Matthew Moylan Fullback 80 3 1 0 1 1
    Josh Mansour Winger 1 80 7 3 0 1 1
    Dean Whare Centre 1 80 14 6 2 0 1
    Jamal Idris Centre 2 80 13 2 1 0 1
    David Simmons Winger 2 80 7 3 0 0 0
    William Smith Five-eighth 80 23 5 3 1 0
    Jamie Soward Halfback 80 8 5 0 1 1
    Nigel Plum Prop 1 31 12 1 1 1 0
    James Segeyaro Hooker 80 38 2 0 3 0
    Brent Kite Prop 2 29 16 2 3 0 1
    Sika Manu 2nd Row 1 44 22 0 2 0 0
    Elijah Taylor 2nd Row 2 23 9 1 1 1 1
    Adam Docker Lock 74 29 6 4 0 0
    Lewis Brown Interchange 57 16 0 0 0 0
    Jeremy Latimore Interchange 49 12 1 1 0 0
    Bryce Cartwright Interchange 42 15 0 1 0 1
    Sam McKendry Interchange 51 18 1 0 0 1

    Latest Comments

    • Bit behind, but that first dogs try which was disallowed for "insufficient evidence" was a joke. The replay showed, very very clearly,the ball touching the ground before his arm did. 5 ...

      Bloke | August 01, 2014, 8:25PM
    • and another absolute joke with that one disallowed. don't normally calls refs crook but thats two clear tries turned down

      Bloke | August 01, 2014, 8:27PM
    • Yet another game is decided by the box not the skill of the teams. I for one am losing interest in the game. Hardly seen a game this year what with only one game live free to air and those games ...

      Twoteamsdecided | August 01, 2014, 10:29PM

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    Top Players

    Tackles
    Player name Michael Ennis 44
    Runs
    Player name Sam Perrett 16
    Line Breaks
    Player name Tim Lafai 2
    Offloads
    Player name Sam Kasiano 5

    Match Details

    Start time:
    7:45pm
    Weather:
    Cold
    Surface:
    Good
    Referees:
    Matt Cecchin, David Munro
    Touch Judges:
    Steve Carrall, Chris Sutton
    Video Ref:
    Steve Clark

    Canterbury Bulldogs v Penrith Panthers

    Date

    James Polson

    Prop James Graham will lead the line for the Bulldogs in this Western Sydney battle.

    Prop James Graham will lead the line for the Bulldogs in this Western Sydney battle. Photo: Getty Images

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    JAMES POLSON: That's it from us tonight.  James Segeyaro gets man of the match honours and the Panthers take the two points and move into second, at least for now, while the Bulldogs remain fourth and perhaps in strife should the Roosters or the Storm get the chocolates this weekend.  It was a spirited effort for the Bulldogs to fight their way back into the match after having three tries disallowed early - the for and against could be very important at the pointy end and a six-point loss is much better than a 22-point loss.  Nonetheless, they'll be scratching their heads over that Tim Lafai no-try in the first half and they probably won't be alone.  Thanks for your company tonight, we'll be back tomorrow afternoon as the Sharks host the Eels but between now and then be sure to pick up a copy of tomorrow's Herald or log on to smh.com.au for all the wash-up and the rest of Australia's best news and analysis.  Word to the wise - it's a cracker.

    Cheers.

    80 min: The siren sounds before the successful conversion.  Full-time score Penrith 22 Bulldogs 16 (told you the Panthers would win by six).

    The try has been awarded.  Penrith 22 Bulldogs 14, kick to come.

    80 min: TRY?  Trent Hodkinson is over in the corner for a try which will wrap things up here.  Onfield ruling is good but we're going upstairs.

    79 min: Another line dropout for the Panthers.

    77 min: Tim Lafai looks like scoring for all money chasing down a perfectly timed kick but Jamie Soward is there in cover.

    77 min: Hodkinson adds the extras.  Penrith 22 Bulldogs 10.

    77 min: TRY.  That's one for the big fellas.  Tony Williams and Sam Kasiano combine to put the latter over.  Penrith 22 Bulldogs 8, kick to come.

    75 min: Josh Mansour fields the early kick and it will be a Penrith line dropout.

    75 min: Penalty to the Dogs who resume 20m out from the Penrith line.

    72 min: The Bulldogs try to go wide to Lafai again but the pass is forward, so forward in fact he can't get to it and it sails over the touch line.

    70 min: Conversion unsuccessful, as will surely be any attempts at a late comeback now.  Penrith 22 Bulldogs 4.

    68 min: TRY. The Dogs are finally on the board.  Tim Lafai crosses in the corner after some fancy footwork.  Penrith 22 Bulldogs 4, kick to come.

    64 min: Conversion successful.  Panthers 22 Bulldogs 0.

    63 min: TRY.  That's the ball game.  Matt Moylan hits an absolute peach from Soward at speed and crosses for Penrith's fourth.  Panthers 20 Bulldogs 0, kick to come.

    63 min: He looks hurt as well.

    63 min: James Graham spills it this time and Bryce Cartwright looks like scoring before being neutralised by Greg Eastwood.

    62 min: The Dogs weather that storm.  Score remains Penrith 16 Bulldogs 0.

    61 min: Josh Jackson stops Jamie Soward scoring a certain try.

    59 min: And Josh Reynolds has spilled it.  It probably already is, but it's curtains if the Panthers cross again here.

    59 min: The Dogs are in possession 20m out from their own line.

    Penrith have had more than 75 per cent possession since the break.  

    53 min: Soward misses his first of the night.  Penrith 16 Bulldogs 0.

    52 min: TRY.  Josh Mansour crosses for the Panthers' third.  Penrith 16 Bulldogs 0, kick to come.

    50 min: Jamie Soward makes a break and it ends up with, who else, James Segeyaro before Reni Maitua gets his hand to the offload to save a try but Penrith will have the feed in very dangerous territory.

    47 min: Jamie Soward makes no mistake adding the extras.  Penrith 12 Bulldogs 0.

    Try awarded.  Penrith 10 Bulldogs 0, kick to come.

    46 min: TRY? A comedy of errors there which hurts my head to explain but James Segeyaro looks to have bagged his second.  Jamie Soward puts a kick through, Sam Kasiano plays at it, it hits a Panther and then Kasiano again and Segeyaro is Johnny on the spot to score one of the easiest tries he'll ever get.  Video referee will have the decision though.

    44 min: Penrith get a penalty in kicking distance but they're going for the try.

    Cop that: Jamal Idris gets the offload away but gets a facial for his trouble.

    Cop that: Jamal Idris gets the offload away but gets a facial for his trouble. Photo: Getty Images

    41 min: Jeremy Latimore takes it up for Penrith to kick off the second stanza.

    The sides are making their way back on to the pitch.

    MICHAEL CHAMMAS: The Bulldogs are still in this game, but if they let their emotions get the better of them they will struggle to score points. Penrith have been strong in defence but should at least have conceded one try in that first half. If the Bulldogs can settle down and not be frustrated, they should come home strong in the second half.

    It's a no brainer for tonight's half-time entertainment. It's the Panthers' debutant five-eighth himself with his 1997 double-platinum chart-topper Men In Black. If you were a child of the '90s  and didn't know all the words (and the dance) to this one, you can't be my friend.

    JAMES POLSON: Has the Super Rugby grand final come a night early?  Countless penalties and one try?  Perhaps that's a bit unfair, there would have been more tries if that was the case.  The Bulldogs haven't looked particularly dangerous but have managed to cross the Panthers' line three times but each one of them has been denied by the video ref.  Penrith on the other hand scored early through James Segeyaro but have barely threatened themselves since.  Both sides still have plenty of class across the park but it's hard to see the Bulldogs staying off the score sheet for another 40 minutes.  Still, I'm backing Penrith to stay on top and win by the current margin.

    We'll be back in a few minutes with tonight's half-time entertainment as well as the good word from Michael Chammas.  Back soon. 

    40 min: Panthers 6 Bulldogs 0.

    39 min: Kasiano attempts the offload on the third but Bryce Cartwright does well to anticipate it and in all likelihood ensure his side goes into the break leading.

    39 min: Josh Reynolds cops a high shot and another penalty goes to the Dogs.  They'd be up if they'd taken a few shots.

    38 min: Josh Mansour pinged for offside as he attempts to regather what was initially a poor kick from Soward.  Penalty Bulldogs.

    36 min: Trent Hodkinson looked to have regathered that kick but it's ended up with Will Smith and another chance goes begging before Sam Kasiano is penalised for holding.  Score remains Penrith 6 Bulldogs 0 with just over three minutes to play before the break.

    36 min: Dogs 15m out on the last.

    34 min: The Bulldogs earn another penalty from the base of the scrum.  Reynolds attempts the quick tap but he's called back.  The Dogs will resume just shy of the half-way line.

    33 min: Tony Williams comes up with the forward pass for the Bulldogs.  He doesn't look convinced.

    32 min: Letoff for the Dogs there as Segeyaro comes up with a forward pass.

    31 min: I was about to talk Corey Thompson up for getting out of the Bulldogs' in-goal there but he's been dragged into touch.  Golden opportunity for the Panthers to move further ahead as the break looms.

    30 min: Terrible news for Elijah Taylor, his season looks over after rupturing his ACL.  Chase Stanley dislocated his shoulder, it's back in place now but his night is likely to be done.

    29 min: Hodkinson puts in a grubber that could be described as ineffective at best and that's the end of that for the Dogs.

    28 min: Another penalty to the Bulldogs - can they make something of it this time?

    27 min: No try ruled - Lafai ruled to have lost it before grounding it.  The Dogs fans aren't happy about that, nor is Michael Ennis.  But that's nothing new.  He's told to go away, and the score remains 6-0 to the Panthers.

    27 min: TRY BULLDOGS.  If you want something done right, do it yourself.  Tim Lafai eschews a few offload options and darts over himself, dragging two Panthers over with him in the process.  That's a great solo effort.  You'll be shocked to hear we're going to the video again I'm sure - they're checking the grounding.

    26 min: Another penalty against the Panthers.

    25 min: Penalty to the Dogs and Ennis takes the quick tap to put them 35m out after the first.

    24 min: Soward kicks high to the corner but David Simmons is equal to the task for the hosts.

    24 min: No try ruled again.  Still Penrith 6 Bulldogs 0.

    24 min: Corey Thompson is over in the corner for the Bulldogs but there's been no try ruled.  Could be a case for obstruction especially with Maitua on Jamal Idris but we'll see.

    23 min: The great Ronnie Palmer has called for the stretcher for Taylor.  Further on the injury front, Chase Stanley was straight up the tunnel after that non-try which brings Reni Maitua into the fray.  Josh Jackson has shifted into the centres.

    23 min: Injury for the Panthers.  Elijah Taylor spills an offload from Will Smith but it may not be entirely his fault - he looks to have a knee complaint.

    22 min: No try ruled.  Score remains Panthers 6 Bulldogs 0.

    Onfield ruling was no try.

    23 min: Chase Stanley bolts for the corner for the Dogs but this could be a double blow - it seems Matt Moylan has bundled him into touch before he gets it down and he also looks to have injured himself in the process.  We're going upstairs for a look.

    21 min: Change for the Bulldogs as they go on the attack, Dale Finucane is into the action.

    15 min: Moylan spills it 20m out from the Dogs' line.  In a wonderful display of altruism the Berries return the favour, but rules is rules and they'll have the loose head and feed.  Score remains Panthers 6 Bulldogs 0.

    Neither did I. When's quittin' time again?

    11 min: Ennis puts it on the toe for Canterbury but the kick goes dead.  Panthers back in possession.

    10 min: Jamie Soward's kick finds touch inside the Bulldogs' line and the hosts will have the restart from the 20m.  Still Penrith 6 Bulldogs 0.

    8 min: Conversion successful.  Penrith 6 Bulldogs 0.

    Try awarded.  Penrith 4 Bulldogs 0, kick to come.

    7 min: James Segeyaro goes from dummy half.  The referee thinks he's scored and so do I for what it's worth (very little).  As is the style of the time, we're going upstairs.

    6 min: David Simmons is held up over the line for Penrith.

    5 min: Jamal Idris puts the kick up for Penrith and an offside Michael Ennis ends up with it.  Penalty to the Pennies and we've got a 2/10 stink at best to go with it.  Poor form lads.  Aim up.

    4 min: Kasiano gets the offload away and looks like putting Trent Hodkinson through a gap but he spills it and Penrith end up with the pill.

    3 min: Early penalty goes to Canterbury for offside.

    1 min: Matt Moylan gets us under way.  Sam Kasiano takes the first hit-up for the Bulldogs.

    The sides are making their way onto the ANZ Stadium turf.

    JAMES POLSON: Another talking point tonight, and I'm sure this won't be the last time a one-trick pony such as myself mentions him, will be Wallace's replacement for the Panthers, the immaculately named Will Smith. Be prepared for a barrage of sensational headlines if the man in black has a blinder.  Suggestions welcomed, as are all serious comments.

    JAMES POLSON: Welcome to ANZ Stadium on a chilly Sydney night as the Bulldogs host the Panthers.  There's rarely been so much to lose in a third v fourth clash in August but the congested nature of this season's ladder means nothing can be taken for granted.  Penrith will be without Peter Wallace, who was ruled out for the season last week in a massive blow to their hopes of winning a first title in 11 years, while in the halves on the other side of the coin Josh Reynolds returns for the Dogs.  Our man on the ground, the chicken king Michael Chammas, has tipped the Dogs by eight and as much as I don't like agreeing with him outside of lunchtime, I find it hard to disagree.  Back soon.

    ANZ Stadium, Sydney Olympic Park, Friday 7.45pm (AEST)
    Last meeting:
    Round 3 2014 Panthers 18 bt Bulldogs 16 at Sportingbet Stadium
    Head-to-head: Bulldogs 48 Panthers 33 drawn 3
    Referees: Matt Cecchin, Dave Munro
    TV: Channel Nine – Live, 7.30pm (NSW); delayed, 9.30pm (QLD)
    Ladbrokes: Bulldogs $1.45, Panthers $2.75
    Betfair: Bulldogs $1.52 Panthers $2.86

    Michael Chammas writes: The Panthers' hopes of winning the competition were dealt a massive blow when Peter Wallace was ruled out for the rest of the season this week with a knee injury. They will compete with the Bulldogs for the first 60 minutes but the return of Josh Reynolds should see the Bulldogs home.
    Tip: Bulldogs by 8

    AAP writes: While both teams are placed in the top four, their form over the past fortnight has been well below par. The Panthers lost to cellar-dwelling Cronulla last week, and it won’t get any easier with Peter Wallace out for the rest of the season. They will get some extra firepower back with the return of experienced wingers Josh Mansour and David Simmons, while Will Smith will debut at five-eighth. The Bulldogs also get some cavalry back, with Josh Reynolds and David Klemmer returning.
    Key: Just how smoothly the Panthers’ rookie five-eighth Will Smith steers the ship during his first NRL match will have a huge bearing on how this game plays out.

    BULLDOGS: Sam Perrett, Corey Thompson, Moses Mbye, Tim Lafai, Mitch Brown, Josh Reynolds, Trent Hodkinson, Sam Kasiano, Michael Ennis (capt), James Graham, Josh Jackson, Tony Williams, Greg Eastwood. Interchange: Reni Maitua, Dale Finucane, David Klemmer, Lloyd Perrett.

    PANTHERS: Matt Moylan, Josh Mansour, Dean Whare, Jamal Idris, David Simmons, Will Smith, Jamie Soward, Nigel Plum, James Segeyaro, Brent Kite, Sika Manu, Elijah Taylor, Adam Docker. Interchange: Lewis Brown, Jeremy Latimore, Bryce Cartwright, Sam McKendry.

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    • Yet another game is decided by the box not the skill of the teams. I for one am losing interest in the game. Hardly seen a game this year what with only one game live free to air and those games being decided in most cases by refs than the teams. Brisbane and Storm true favourites for the finals as they are needed for TV audiences outside NSW!

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      Twoteamsdecided
      Date and time
      August 01, 2014, 10:29PM
    • and another absolute joke with that one disallowed. don't normally calls refs crook but thats two clear tries turned down

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      Bloke
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      Date and time
      August 01, 2014, 8:27PM
    • Bit behind, but that first dogs try which was disallowed for "insufficient evidence" was a joke. The replay showed, very very clearly,the ball touching the ground before his arm did. 5 times the replay showed it. Muppets in the Box.

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      Bloke
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