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Report: Eels v. Sea Eagles - Contains Spoilers





After being knocked off their lofty perch yesterday, by a devastating Penrith Panthers, the Paramatta Eels were looking for a swift return to their table topping opposition as they took on the eighth placed Manly Sea Eagles.

Paramatta made just once change, Oregon Kaufusi on the bench in the place of Ray Stone, while the Manly side were unchanged from the side which put the Brisbane Broncos to the sword last time out.

Two sides, both showing good form in the opening Project Apollo round, set the scene for a classic encounter.

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Posted by Clearwing on Sat Jun 06, 2020 9:25 am
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Don't normally bother with the NRL but caught the last 15 mins. The decision at the end was a shocker, as bad as anything I've seen from Child & co.
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Posted by puroresu_boy on Sat Jun 06, 2020 10:54 pm
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Clearwing wrote:
Don't normally bother with the NRL but caught the last 15 mins. The decision at the end was a shocker, as bad as anything I've seen from Child & co.


Yep a shocker. Never looked a forward pass.

A cracking game. So physical, very intense ebbed and flowed for the full 80. Terrific contest.
Posted by Freddie Miller. on Sun Jun 07, 2020 12:46 am
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Clearwing wrote:
Don't normally bother with the NRL but caught the last 15 mins. The decision at the end was a shocker, as bad as anything I've seen from Child & co.


Call was made by the touch judge. Obviously the tj had no knowledge of Stevo's momentum rule! Belinda would have allowed the pass.

Des Hasler was not amused and post game also questioned the inconsistency refs are displaying with the 6 again rule. He has a point.

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