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Re: Kris Radlinski calls for changes after controversial 'no try' for Wigan Warriors

Posted: Wed May 15, 2019 6:06 pm
by ian.birchall
fozzieskem wrote:
Wed May 15, 2019 2:10 pm
What we are seeing though now is there are quite a few grey areas in the rules,open to interpretation but how can it really,I would see one thing then someone else would see it slightly differently,it is a minefield and one that without a doubt needs looking at.

But it’s not helpful the muppets on tv and yea we fans harangue the ref at any given opertunity only for a few days later when tempera have cooled to see that in this case,by the letter of the law Hicks was right,there isn’t room for common sense to be applied unless of course it’s written in the rule book.
Time to change the law then!

Re: Kris Radlinski calls for changes after controversial 'no try' for Wigan Warriors

Posted: Wed May 15, 2019 8:15 pm
by fozzieskem
ian.birchall wrote:
Wed May 15, 2019 6:06 pm
fozzieskem wrote:
Wed May 15, 2019 2:10 pm
What we are seeing though now is there are quite a few grey areas in the rules,open to interpretation but how can it really,I would see one thing then someone else would see it slightly differently,it is a minefield and one that without a doubt needs looking at.

But it’s not helpful the muppets on tv and yea we fans harangue the ref at any given opertunity only for a few days later when tempera have cooled to see that in this case,by the letter of the law Hicks was right,there isn’t room for common sense to be applied unless of course it’s written in the rule book.
Time to change the law then!
The sooner the better but as we all know a rushed change is as bad as no change in the rules,but it does need looking at