Highlight of the game? The three attractive Uni girls in hot pants walking around the field with the worst slogan on a banner ever ("More degrees than a thermometer"). You'd think university students could come up with better. Luckily, it got better when they ran across field carrying said banner. Best move of the game? The Randwick supporter who crashed tackled said banner on about the 40m line. Worst play of the game? The fun police (literally, the police) for kicking said Randwick supporter out of the ground when previously two Uni supporters (one in a bright orange fluffy body suit complete with hoodie) ran around humourously failing to tackle each other, and either elicited a warning nor kicking out. Seriously, it was a flogging. Wicks were thoroughly outclassed, and their preofessional players largely failed to turn up. Watched Turinuri rather closely, though he was lazy for a professional player. Ratu stunk it up for 60 minutes as well. All in all, Randwick was woeful for much of the game. Antonio Halangahu coming on for the openside (which saw Freier move to 7) didn't work too well either, especially as Freier had a game to forget. His throwing was reminiscient of TPN on a better day. Mowen had a real mixed bag - dropped a few balls, but high work rate and made a few breaks but he couldn't find support. BTW, whoever the open field kicker was for Uni (was it Hangers?) put in some real pearlers, including one huge 22 drop in the first half. Oh, and the two bombed tries where the Uni players dropped the ball over the line were comedy gold - especially Kepu's. PS In that 1996 grand final, was Splinters Whitaker riding the pine for Randwick?