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As much as it’s a tight match, it’s like watching paint dry


Can't say that I have watched paint dry

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Like what BH says here about us looking like we were enjoying the defensive grind. That's what Wigan have been famous for, a good sign given our limited personnel in the pack.

Some credit to Lane and Cator who've taken on the engine room role - local lads that love the club and are nailing down their automatic selection credentials.

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Well played guys thoroughly deserved.

Hull 2021 have a Wigan 2010 vibe.

Sleeping giant who were too inconsistent

Aussie head coach in to take the mentality to another level.

Only one signing (Reynolds and Paul Deacon).

Good luck in the rest of the comp!
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Wire_91 wrote:its your first final in about 8 years and now you ravin and rantin about it F**k off, and ill be going old trafford tomoz cheering on the saints and ill be writing on this forum givin you loads of shi* when your drying you eyes and the wire fan will be here handing out the tissues in the thousands, thats if you do take that many fans cause now it looks like its your fans who have jumped on the band wagon now your in a final, this time last year there was only 1000 people in the jjb and now its fillin up cause youve won the league hahaha proper true supporters you are

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Great defensive effort and swift was great at full back not sure how connor can get back in given it was him who cost us the match at Wigan

We can beat saints who haven't set the world alight this season but need to be on it

But gotta say the game its self was awful lost count how many mistakes and penalties their was! Worst game of rugby I've seen for a while
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The RFL have to look at the whole Referee situation.

Today is a perfect example:
Brown dangerous tackle: Penalty and Sin Bin
Powell same dangerous tackle: Penalty only
Late Wigan tackle on Hodgson: Penalty only
Watts’ Late shoulder charge on Salford player: Penalty and Sin Bin
One minute later, Salford player rams forearm in the face of Cas player on ground: Penalty only

Both these games, plus last nights, had a Referee, Linesman and miked up to the Video Ref (who obviously advises on some incidents)

All we need is one rule book, one interpretation and a consistent decision, regardless of which team it is. It doesn’t matter which official makes the decision, just give us the right decision.


Did we get a penalty on the Powell tackle? I thought Hicks just carried on the tackle count after he got treatment , as it was the 5th tackle
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Rocknrolla69er wrote:
Did we get a penalty on the Powell tackle? I thought Hicks just carried on the tackle count after he got treatment , as it was the 5th tackle


Not watched it again, but Sam Powell wasn’t penalised.

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Did we get a penalty on the Powell tackle? I thought Hicks just carried on the tackle count after he got treatment , as it was the 5th tackle

Yep, happened just as you described, absolutely atrocious.

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Great defensive effort and swift was great at full back not sure how connor can get back in given it was him who cost us the match at Wigan

We can beat saints who haven't set the world alight this season but need to be on it

But gotta say the game its self was awful lost count how many mistakes and penalties their was! Worst game of rugby I've seen for a while


Connor has to come back in, our most creative player, his link up play with Reynolds in the first two games was the only time we have really clicked in attack. We never looked like scoring yesterday from creative play, the barge over is fine but we need other options which Connor provides.

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Regarding the tackles by Powell and Brown, I’d argue that Powell’s was actually worse as he attacked the knees from the side which is not in the normal direction of the joint. Browns tackle was from behind the knees in the direction the knee joints.

Hicks stopped the game yet then gave no penalty, no linesman called it neither the VR. Yet Browns was deemed not only a penalty but also a yellow. This all in the same game along with a high shot by Farrell on Griff causing him to fail a head assessment yet surprisingly nothing given even though Hicks saw it and ignored it.

Moving on to the Cas v Salford there was another tackle exactly the same as Brown by Salford on a Cas player and not anything given again.

So either Hicks made an big error with the Brown penalty compounding it with a yellow or he made an error with the Powell one and Thaler again the same error in the Cas v Salford game.

Either way these 3 incidents alone show just how poor and inconsistent the officials are currently yet the RFL seem to do nothing to improve this. I’d also argue the Farrell high shot on Griff which was direct contact with the head was no less reckless than the one Connor made on Hardaker. So be interesting if the RFL and the blind disciplinary panel will do anything on this.
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Regarding the tackles by Powell and Brown, I’d argue that Powell’s was actually worse as he attacked the knees from the side which is not in the normal direction of the joint. Browns tackle was from behind the knees in the direction the knee vents.

Hicks stopped the game yet then gave no penalty, no linesman called it neither the VR. Yet Browns was deemed not only a penalty but also a yellow. This all in the same game along with a high shot by Farrell on Griff causing him to fail a head assessment yet surprisingly nothing given even though Hicks saw it and ignored it.

Moving on to the Cas v Salford there was another tackle exactly the same as Brown by Salford on a Cas player and not anything given again.

So either Hicks made an big error with the Brown penalty compounding it with a yellow or he made an error with the Powell one and Thaler again the same error in the Cas v Salford game.

Either way these 3 incidents alone show just how poor and inconsistent the officials are currently yet the RFL seem to do nothing to improve this. I’d also argue the Farrell high shot on Griff which was direct contact with the head was no less reckless than the one Connor made on Hardaker. So be interesting if the RFL and the blind disciplinary panel will do anything on this.


I won't hold my breath for that to happen.
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