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Dragons Win Bad Tempered Encounter with the Wolves





Should the Warrington Wolves fail to win at the Catalan Dragons in the Saturday evening kick-off would end their forlorn hopes of the minor premiership and hand the first trophy of the season to St Helens.

More importantly a win would lift the Wolves six points clear of fourth place and put them within a couple of wins of a guaranteed home play-off berth. The Dragons knew that a win would lift them into the top five, at least until tomorrow’s game for the Castleford Tigers.

The Dragons welcomed the return of Greg Bird, Kenny Edwards and Samisoni Langi while the Wolves would hove to do without the services of the injured free-scoring Josh Charnley.

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TrinTrin wrote:
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The official is not to blame for continued fighting, however, he has played a major part in frustrating the players with miss reads of play & situations giving rise to human beings becoming frustrated.
The main problem is referees Never get blame, only the players.
If an official can't read intents & do nothing about challenges by players on all decisions, does nothing to stop niggling rather than pulling it & warning them, sin binning, players continue until bingo, fighting, he then blames them with actions too late !
Child's, refs occrances, he does not set control but rules on control, this then is how you continue to get games like that with him. !
He therefore does nothing to improve the game & the correct outcome to games, he does nothing to promote the correct spirit of the game & therefore it's enjoyment to all.
He knows that what ever be does, it will always be backed - backed up by the RFL & it's officials, he can never be wrong !
He would not get a job with the NRL if he dared to apply, that's how bad he is & the games de-fault is !
So we will continue with this non-sense.

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TrinTrin wrote:
The official is not to blame for continued fighting, however, he has played a major part in frustrating the players with miss reads of play & situations giving rise to human beings becoming frustrated.
The main problem is referees Never get blame, only the players.
If an official can't read intents & do nothing about challenges by players on all decisions, does nothing to stop niggling rather than pulling it & warning them, sin binning, players continue until bingo, fighting, he then blames them with actions too late !
Child's, refs occrances, he does not set control but rules on control, this then is how you continue to get games like that with him. !
He therefore does nothing to improve the game & the correct outcome to games, he does nothing to promote the correct spirit of the game & therefore it's enjoyment to all.
He knows that what ever be does, it will always be backed - backed up by the RFL & it's officials, he can never be wrong !
He would not get a job with the NRL if he dared to apply, that's how bad he is & the games de-fault is !
So we will continue with this non-sense.


What a load of rubbish. The only blame lays with the players who don't obey the official's instructions.
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Hessle Roader wrote:
What a load of rubbish. The only blame lays with the players who don't obey the official's instructions.

Exactly this.

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