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    Posted: 19 Sep 2018 at 12:25

Championship Match Officials

London Scottish vs Jersey
Referee: Simon Harding
Assistant referees: Simon Adams, William Burton
Assessor: Lloyd Jackson

Doncaster Knights vs Ealing Trailfinders
Referee: Matthew Carley
Assistant referees: Clare Daniels, Lionel Spooner
Assessor: Sam Collins

Hartpury College vs Coventry
Referee: Neil Chivers
Assistant referees: Ian Bibey, Gregory D Garner
Assessor: Steve Leyshon

Cornish Pirates vs Richmond
Referee: Anthony Woodthorpe
Assistant referees: Paul Burton, Peter Brunt
Assessor: Chris White

London Irish vs Bedford Blues
Referee: Matthew O'Grady
Assistant referees: Darryl Chapman, Nigel Carrick
Assessor: Gary Welsh

Yorkshire Carnegie vs Nottingham
Referee: Dean Richards
Assistant referees: Gareth Holsgrove, Simon Park
Assessor: Peter Farrell


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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote islander Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 20 Sep 2018 at 15:19
No Phil Boulton for Cov this w/e, or the 6 games that follow, after he was banned - see GKIPAC release
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote OldNick Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 20 Sep 2018 at 22:06
Originally posted by islander islander wrote:

No Phil Boulton for Cov this w/e, or the 6 games that follow, after he was banned - see GKIPAC release

Interesting discussion / description of the disciplinary hearing down at Cov tonight, at a supporter’s ‘know the laws’ session run by Cov’s 4th ( or is he 5th) official. Cov’s DoR came in and took us through the process and the hearing.
Key thing was acceptance by the panel that there was no intent to contact the eyes, but a decision that in reaching to attempt to slow down a ball that had been cleared out, Phil was reckless, and in the balance of probability did contact the Bedford player’s eye.
Twelve weeks entry point reduced to 7 - and only not reduced to 6 because he didn’t plead guilty.

Edited by OldNick - 20 Sep 2018 at 22:07
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote Brizzer Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 21 Sep 2018 at 10:55
Interesting use of the term 'reckless'. Rugby is a contact sport and genuine 'accidents' do happen, however at what point do you become reckless?

If in an instance like this the player reached across and caught the other players eye, you could argue that you should have more care about where your hands/fingers are going. Therefore you are reckless.
I get that, however, would it still be the case if the player who gets caught is also moving?
Now, I was not there at the Coventry-Bedford game and have not seen the incident, so am unable to comment on this particular incident, but do the RFU work to some form of guidance as to when a rugby incident becomes a reckless one....any idea anyone?
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote Runitback Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 21 Sep 2018 at 11:09
I dont understand why the disciplinary panels give an extra game ban for a player not pleading guilty at the outset, presumably the player believes he is innocent and wants to make a case. To me is smacks of Kangeroo court!!!
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Jersey XV for tomorrow is unchanged from our last outing...

Jersey Reds 1st XV squad v London Scottish (A) - Greene King IPA Championship Round 4/22*, Saturday September 22nd, Richmond Athletic Ground, k-o 2pm

Backs (15-9)

Auguy Slowik
Koch Marx
Apakuki Ma'afu
Mark Best
Leroy Van Dam
Brett Herron
Will Homer

Forwards (1-8)

Roy Godfrey (capt)
Nick Selway
Leeroy Atalifo
Jerry Sexton
Dave McKern
Janco Venter
Conor Joyce
Max Argyle

Replacements

Charlie Maddison, Harry Morley, Sam Rodman, Charlie Beckett, Rory Bartle; Calum Waters, James Newey.

* Round 3 fixture - Reds v London Irish - postponed to 3rd Nov

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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote Brizzer Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 21 Sep 2018 at 11:41
Hopefully the forwards will have a better game than they did against Bedford!!
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote corporalcarrot Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 21 Sep 2018 at 11:52
Team News: Scottish aiming to kickstart season versus Reds
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Good to see Hobbs-Awoyemi getting a runout for LS.

Long time out injured but was going great before that. Played a few A League games for Quins in the last few weeks and looked decent. Should be a good asset for LS whilst he's there
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LI team for Bedford on Sunday. Macken making his debut

London Irish: 15 Tom Parton, 14 Topsy Ojo, 13 Brendan Macken, 12 Tom Stephenson, 11 Luke McLean, 10 Stephen Myler, 9 Ben Meehan, 1 Gordon Reid, 2 Dave Porecki, 3 Patric Cilliers, 4 Barney Maddison, 5 Teofilo Paulo, 6 Josh McNally (c), 7 TJ Ioane, 8 Matt Rogerson

Replacements: 16 Saia Fainga’a, 17 Harry Elrington, 18 Ollie Hoskins, 19 Blair Cowan, 20 Jake Schatz, 21 Brendan McKibbin, 22 Bryce Campbell

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Nottingham team for YC

15. Sean Scanlon
14. David Williams
13. Will Millett
12. Luke Peters
11. Billy Robinson
10. Shane O’Leary
9. Darryl Veenendaal (c)
1. James Penman
2. Luke Cole
3. Mike Daniels
4. Seb Cecil
5. Danny Qualter
6. Jordan Coghlan
7. Will Owen
8. Josh Poullet 

Replacements:

16. Jake Farnworth
17. Aniseko Sio
18. Rory Burke
19. Shane Buckley
20. George Cox
21. Murray McConnell
22. Alex Goble


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Originally posted by Runitback Runitback wrote:

I dont understand why the disciplinary panels give an extra game ban for a player not pleading guilty at the outset, presumably the player believes he is innocent and wants to make a case. To me is smacks of Kangeroo court!!!


It's no different from the criminal law. An early guilty plea saves the court's time. If you genuinely believe you are innocent and want to fight the charge you have every right, but you run the risk that they still find against you.
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Coventry Rugby:

15. Tony Fenner
14.Rob Knox
13.Andy Bulumakau
12. Sam Tuitupou
11. James Stokes (returning from 1 week injury)
10. Jake Sharp
9. Pete White (swapped with Kessell)

1. James Gibbons
2. Scott Tolmie
3. Charlie Beech (replacing Boulton)
4. Tom Jubb
5. James Voss
6. Jack Ram
7. Jack Preece (replacing injured Notley)
8. Adam Peters

Replacements:

Phil Nilsen (fr)
Nathanael Titchard-Jones (fr)
Luc Jeannot (fr)
Kailus Hutchinson
Ben Adams
Tom Kessell
Heath Stevens (returning from injury)
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I hope the game at Castle Park tomorrow is a cracker as it is being live streamed. looking forward to it, should be a great match. Donny scoring 50 again v Ealing is a longshot though. a one point win would be lovely.
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Bedford have essentially fielded a second string for the game against London Irish. Still decimated by injuries (Adamson added to the backs injured after the Boulton incident). Lewis Robling is fit again, but our entire front 5 who have carried us through the season so far and Lee Dickson are being rested. Expect we’re in for a long afternoon and whilst I was hoping to achieve at least parity up front the way our front 5 have been playing, I now think we’ll struggle in this area. Weather forecast is horrendous so looks like it will be a forwards game.

In better news, as well as Robling returning from injury, Jack Nay is back on the bench and Flanagan and Hooley are close to return so I’m hoping we should be able to field a decent team next week!
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote corporalcarrot Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 21 Sep 2018 at 15:36
Originally posted by Brizzer Brizzer wrote:

Hopefully the forwards will have a better game than they did against Bedford!!
I would be happy if the back five of Jersey's scrum play just as well as against Bedford - I thought the second & back rows had excellent games particularly in the lineout and at the breakdown. IMO the problem particularly in the last quarter of the match at Bedford was almost entirely in the scrums and maul and I was amazed that it was necessary for the club captain (who had a great first hour and certainly scored a clear try in the first half - not given due to the AR's view being blocked by the posts) to play the full match when he looked totally spent. 
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Ealing Trailfinders team to play Doncaster Knights on Saturday 22nd September at Castle Park. I'm getting worried about the lack of Guy Armitage and Sam Dickinson - great additions that aren't making it onto the field (presumably due to injury). Surprised to see Durutalo on the bench, but this might just be a matter of resting him a bit as he has played quite well so far. Chuffed to see the backs kept together from last week, I thought that they played very well, and the 9/10 partnership is the same as well.


15 Peter Lydon 14 Howard Packman 13 Lewis Jones 12 Pat Howard 11 James Cordy Redden 10 Craig Willis 9 Luke Carter 1 Jake Ellwood 2 Alun Walker 3 George Davis 4 Ben Landry 5 Tom Denton 6 Rayn Smid (c) 7 Jordy Reid 8 Ollie Stedman

Replacements: 

16 Matt Cornish 17 Jack O’Connell 18 Ben Betts 19 Rohan O’Regan 20 Andrew Durutalo 21 Jordan Burns 22 Sam Olver 

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