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Re: Beverley 9 West 13
Posted by: Peter Wilkinson (IP Logged)
Date: 14 November, 2011 17:18

it,s got to do with John Cole because he might have played in the season that Denny is talking about.Come to think of it i might have also

Re: Beverley 9 West 13
Posted by: Cat Track (IP Logged)
Date: 14 November, 2011 17:35

Dogtrack - no you heard wrong. Johnathon Cole is a paramedic & he helped sew Stu's arm back on after Karlos chopped it off as he wanted to eat with it with horse radish sauce.

Re: Beverley 9 West 13
Posted by: Denny Dixon (IP Logged)
Date: 15 November, 2011 05:07

Quite right Peter. In fact from the beginning of the season until mid February we only took short penalties and never kicked a goal until late in that game in february at Durham University when we were one point behind with a penalty in front of the posts which John kicked to maintain unbeaten record!!!

Re: Beverley 9 West 13
Posted by: NumptyNuts (IP Logged)
Date: 15 November, 2011 09:00

Was it 3 points for a try then or 4? ;o)

Re: Beverley 9 West 13
Posted by: Supercodhead (IP Logged)
Date: 15 November, 2011 12:05

i can remember when the winger took the line out throws>>>cant understand why it still doesnt happen sometimes>>

Re: Beverley 9 West 13
Posted by: Denny Dixon (IP Logged)
Date: 16 November, 2011 05:00

Yes wingers threw the ball in and if you didn't hit Baggsies chest at the right speed every time your life wasn't worth living!!! By the way in the winter one played with a bar of soap not a ball!!! and 3 points only for a try, that's why Micky Weston was worth his weight in gold kicking drop goals and penalties even in thipse days from within his own half. For those who have very long term memories!!!

Re: Beverley 9 West 13
Posted by: West Park Allotment (IP Logged)
Date: 16 November, 2011 10:08

Originally it was half backs who threw the ball in and then raced round to collect it from the ensuing maul. Then it was the blindside winger who was eventually replaced by the hooker, mainly because he stood at the front of the line-out rendering him fairly useless.
Now we have more athletic hookers it may be time for a change again.
I could certainly see a case for Liam Bailey being more useful at the rear of a line-out,for instance. Not sure who would throw in though!

Re: Beverley 9 West 13
Posted by: Andy Quinn (IP Logged)
Date: 16 November, 2011 10:26

get the linesman to do it!

Re: Beverley 9 West 13
Posted by: The Touch Judge (IP Logged)
Date: 16 November, 2011 10:44

Why would a linesman throw in at a rugby game, unless a footie game is on the next pitch????

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