Discussion in 'Premiership Rugby / Premiership Cup' started by TRF_Olyy, Mar 4, 2019.
I know, we saw it on BT, Rhodes did likewise, with much more malice and greater frequency
Got a link? I had the game on but was making dinner during the first half so missed the Rhodes incident.
Crappy game but pleased for Bath. Although I confess to liking any Premiership game involving a Saracens loss. Sadly, they’ll most likely be back up to their machine-like best for Quins in a couple of weeks.
Shows how inconsistent refs are.
1. Pay the refs more
2. hold them more accountable.
3. Stop carding Tigers
I particularly love the way he goes back for another shove. It also wasn't his only attempt of the night (though the worst of them)
Horrible last few minutes for Saints 4 yellow cards poor discipline.
Not going to blame ref.
Fair play Bristol win was deserving although you nearly made a pigs ear against 11 which would have been embarrassing.
Looking at the run-ins again, the relegation battle is going to be fierce.
I would never have expected to see Tigers down to 10th, but they have a very tough set of fixtures. Getting the England contingent back will definitely help, but they’re not where they are solely based upon the past couple of months, so I think it could be very uncomfortable, particularly if they lose next week’s derby game.
Worcester’s run-in is ugly too, but watching he highlights of yesterday’s game, they seem to have remembered how to attack and if they can keep that up, they are good enough to survive.
Newcastle seem to have finally woken up. Their run in is not quite as horrible as the others and they could yet pull off a late escape.
And he has a record of it...
This hurt my neck just watching it.
Big win for Gloucester
Top 4 starting to open up a gap now
Then anything down to Tigers for top 6 .
Bottom 2 to battle out.
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