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Originally posted by corporalcarrot corporalcarrot wrote:

Jersey were a shadow of their recent standards and the key decisions and moments in the game didn't fall their way. It happens with a small squad so they move on and look forward to next week against Pirates. Irish were never brilliant but certainly up for it and fully deserved the win. They may well lose another game or two but they play a simple game plan and execute it very well. Great fans who deserve a better ground to watch their team. If Jersey prevail against Pirates I really hope we meet them in the semi-finals and have another match with them.

The Jersey Reds I have  seen recently would have the beating of London Irish on another day. Especially if Jersey were at home.
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Originally posted by Dalesman Dalesman wrote:

On the plus side, at least Jersey wont lose playets to Prem for dtand out TV petformances!


Realise this may have been tongue-in-cheek, but it's not true to suggest that Prem clubs will notice players in TV matches but not otherwise. They scout pretty much every game at this level one way or t'other. The Reds have had 20+ players go up to the Prem/Pro14 since being in the Championship in spite of having only been on TV once before today, so have singularly failed to stay below the radar!

Agree with other comments that a slightly disappointing game, with Irish being pretty ruthless and doing what they needed to do, while Jersey failed to take chances. 1st time this season we haven't got at least a point from a game.

I heard that one of the TV angles for the Maddison 'try' wasn't available to the TMO due to Red replacements inadvertently blocking the view while warming up. Can anyone watching on TV clear that up?

Well done Irish on the win and the Reds need to refocus on the Cup and a very motivated Pirates side who I sense feel that they 'owe us one...'
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No7. It was a big, black coat in the way as Jerseys bench were keeping warm in the in goal area.

TMO was correct, no conclusive view of a try. Unfortunately.
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Originally posted by Warman1 Warman1 wrote:

No7. It was a big, black coat in the way as Jerseys bench were keeping warm in the in goal area.

TMO was correct, no conclusive view of a try. Unfortunately.

Commentators were scathing of the bench players.
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Originally posted by gerg_861 gerg_861 wrote:

Originally posted by Warman1 Warman1 wrote:

No7. It was a big, black coat in the way as Jerseys bench were keeping warm in the in goal area.

TMO was correct, no conclusive view of a try. Unfortunately.

Commentators were scathing of the bench players.


Yes Barnes just showed he doesn’t know anything! That is where all clubs and international teams warm up the players. From the angle they had it was clearly held up and the other angle wouldn’t have changed things.
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote OldNick Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 28 Jan 2019 at 07:29
I bet Sky TV are really glad they dropped the Bedford Coventry game for Irosh v Jersey.
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote gerg_861 Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 28 Jan 2019 at 08:13
Was anybody on here actually at the Leeds vs. Ealing match? I was wondering if the flood gates bursting at the end for Ealing was a matter of Leeds giving up or superior fitness/depth from Ealing? I was listening on the radio, but it was quite hard to tell why Ealing suddenly re-discovered the ability to score tries with about twenty minutes left.
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote Albert Fishwick Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 28 Jan 2019 at 09:43
I left before the final Ealing try as I could no longer feel my toes.  We had been on the back foot for most of the game and I think the pressure finally told.  The third try was like the parting of the Red Sea.  Taking Pete LuHuckleberry (12) off had some of us scratching our heads as he seemed the most likely to keep the midfield intact.

We were also puzzled as to why we persisted with high box kicks when the wind was blowing straight down the ground at some speed.

I don't suppose many of us realistically expected to win but there was room for hope at half-time.  We are clearly not out of the relegation woods yet but with a little headroom I hope some of the pressure will have been eased and that this will eventually show itself in our performances.  I don't think we will be putting our strongest XV out for the cup game this Sunday.
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote spy28482 Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 28 Jan 2019 at 13:39
Yeah I got a bit bored of the Irish v Jersey game on Sunday.

I thought Jersey were unfortunate not to get the trys that they scored. With no TMO available i'm certain that they would have been given. This made it too much for Jersey to come back from and Irish kept them at bay. It could have been a decent game had the trys have gone up on the score board.

The touch judge was very professional IMHO.

Not much of a spectacle or good advertisement for the Championship but well done Irish.Clap
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