Missed the Irish result. A bit shocked actually as Irish lost 4 Grades today.
100%, though it was a pretty easy round to call. Next week will be much tougher with Maccabi v Renegades, Covies v Savers, and Convicts v Merrylands.
100% here, tho some of those results were closer than I expected - Chatswood going down by 1 to Wakehurst, and the Sea Lice pipping Burraneer by the same margin.
What happened with the ref? What specifically was the issue here?
Brother only had 30-35 players including colts and most if not all of the colts went home straight after their game.
The standard of refereeing diverges whenever you introduce new laws. The downfall of our game is that we expect referees to interpret those laws in a consistent fashion when that’s not possible as human beings.
Drumoyne – Mosman: Dirty reds will be in this for much of the game but the Whales to finish the stronger.
Balmain – Waverley: Going to go with the boys from the east but will be a closely fought nailbiter.
Petersham – Knox: Knobs had a good contested training run last start but cannot see anything other than a Shammies thumping.
Hunters Hill vs Colleagues: The yuppies got belted by Petersham last start and will be minus Dan Kelly. Even with him missing I’ll go the tossers by 30+
Forest – Hills: MOTR 1 vs 2 Forest is riding high at present and will go into this full of confidence. A brusing encounter awaits in front of a big home crowd. Despite this I’m going to go the upset as I have a feeling Hills might just..just get over the line.
Beecroft – Lindfield: Old soldier pushed Forest all the way last week and walked away dissappointed. Think Beecroft at home may just get over a frustrated Lindfield.
Mountains – St Pats: Mountains form is inconsistant so Im going to go with the travellers here by 10
Epping – UNSW: based on last start form will have to take UNSW in this tussle but expect it to be narrow.
BOBS – Newport: Barker are on fire and expect that to continue for their ladies day. Im hearing Div 2 planning has begun at Turramurra.
Brothers – Redfield: Lets just hope no one gets hurt. Redfield by 40+
Hawkesbury Valley – Iggies: Word is Iggies were lucky to get over a shakey Breakers outfit but can see them gaining a confidence building victory against the big boppers. (assuming they travel)
HAC – St ives: Saints legend Logan Harding is giving his all and moral despite the results looks pretty high so be gentle with them HAC.