State of origin 2022

Discussion in 'The Cesspit: Rugby League Discussion' started by Old Mate, Jul 14, 2021.

  1. jazman84 JM Eightyfour

    Gagai and Burton really brought back the feel of an Origin game. Onya boys.
  2. Maroon_Faithful M Faithful

    Grant for Aus no.9. Has Smith-like influence out there.
  3. Maroon_Faithful M Faithful

    Anyone see if DCE got that ball down? Was a magic play from him.
  4. Maroon_Faithful M Faithful

    Hahaha Joey dippin it hard. Cunt looks ready to cry.
  5. jazman84 JM Eightyfour

    Was hard to tell, bunker call was a bit fucked. Burton was behind the play the ball, so was never in the play to begin with to be taken out of it.
  6. Sultan Pepper HG Emm

    What the fuck was fittler doing with his bench making changes like 5 minutes in to the second half?

    Who could've predicted Crichton wouldn't be up to it. Only everyone. Who could've predicted playing a bloke out of position in Talakai could've failed?! Those on the back of Matterson and game 1.

    To'o Yeo and Cleary the only panthers to keep going. Fuck the other Deadwood off
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  7. Maroon_Faithful M Faithful

    Burton really came off second best. Gettin binned for throwing 5 missed punches lol
  8. Maroon_Faithful M Faithful

    Tedesco - 243m
    Ponga - 226m

    Next best Oates on 132m.

    Phenomenal fullback play tonight. They were willing their teams to victory.
  9. Maroon_Faithful M Faithful

    Nsw play so weird when theyre not dominating. Like a try from a kick and a barge over from a prop, surely you need to come up with more than that given how much strike there is.

    They seem to play super conservative when trailing but Luai and others are throwing risky passes in own half when theyre winning. They did the same in Game 1.
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  10. Maroon_Faithful M Faithful

    No one seems to have noticed but its the first time in history a team has lost by 30 and still gone on to win the series. 40 point turnaround.
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  11. Paddy P Orr

    Val Holmes with that flick from over the sideline was ridiculous but a big play.
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  12. jazman84 JM Eightyfour

    It's brainrot zoomerball. It's the same reason why teams leading by 2 will go for a short dropout.
  13. jazman84 JM Eightyfour

    Gun call by Slater to hold Arrow on the bench for so long. Having fresh legs on a player like him at that moment of the game was huge. He was stinging in contact and was getting them on their backs. With DCE's kicking game, it allowed us to keep the Blues stuck down their end for the back 3rd of the game.
  14. Paddy P Orr

    Lol at Johns' saltiness after the game.
  15. jazman84 JM Eightyfour

    It was more despondent than irritated, but yeah, it was pretty funny. Especially when he swore on air. And when he was moping in the stands.

    It's good that he cares though.
  16. Paddy P Orr

    Dearden handled his debut really well imo.
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  17. Paddy P Orr

    I get the being despondent over the loss and why but the 12 month rant just oozed of pure salt. They'd won 3 of the past 4 series. Lol
  18. jazman84 JM Eightyfour

    Just watching some of the game now. He got there.

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  19. Magic AJ Parker

    Was such a brain dead play by Gagai, there really was nothing in the incident between Burton and Ponga.
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  20. stupersteve03 SJ Cambridge

    The only difference between the two pushes was one was in the direction of the play and so could be played off as moving back on side.

    Both happened in back play; caused no actual impact on play; and were clearly intentional.

    Burton definitely the instigator of the whole thing, gagai biting costs us that one try, but honestly I think the fight takes the blues entirely out of the game. They just never seemed back in it after then.

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