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Post Refs for Lions ..
Garces gets Wellington match, Poite the final Test and Peyper the first Test

http://www.lequipe.fr/Rugby/Actualites/ ... ais/787784

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Fri Mar 24, 2017 8:16 am
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Post Re: Refs for Lions ..
Getting the excuses in early Tel ;)


Fri Mar 24, 2017 9:45 am
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Keith L wrote:
Getting the excuses in early Tel ;)


No, early info for LE to sharpen the blade ;)

Actually I think it's good for the Lions, Garces is tops and no messing scrum time from Poite scrumtime?

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Post Re: Refs for Lions ..
Poite is one of the daftest referees around and has been for most of his career.

Some recent stuff, there's too much older stuff to quote.

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Australia have filed a complaint to World Rugby over a meeting between New Zealand chief Steve Hansen and referee Romain Poite that was held on the eve of the second Bledisloe Cup Test without informing the men in gold.

The Australian Rugby Union claims Hansen and one of his assistants met Poite for morning tea on Friday.

A similar controversy occurred during June’s three-Test series after England coach Eddie Jones also met Poite in Brisbane without an invitation being extended to the Australians.


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Under World Rugby regulations, coaches can meet referees before a match only if there are representatives from both teams present, or if one side declines the opportunity.


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Post Re: Refs for Lions ..
Bouch wrote:
Poite is one of the daftest referees around and has been for most of his career.

Some recent stuff, there's too much older stuff to quote.

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Australia have filed a complaint to World Rugby over a meeting between New Zealand chief Steve Hansen and referee Romain Poite that was held on the eve of the second Bledisloe Cup Test without informing the men in gold.

The Australian Rugby Union claims Hansen and one of his assistants met Poite for morning tea on Friday.

A similar controversy occurred during June’s three-Test series after England coach Eddie Jones also met Poite in Brisbane without an invitation being extended to the Australians.


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Under World Rugby regulations, coaches can meet referees before a match only if there are representatives from both teams present, or if one side declines the opportunity.


You suggesting corruption by NZ, Eng and Poite?

There's irony there as Jones's Captain on the field and Senior Player Gaskell ask Poite for clarification of the laws and being told "I'm the ref not your Coach"

and just some of your own back .... :D

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Tony Panties wrote:
Bouch wrote:
Poite is one of the daftest referees around and has been for most of his career.

Some recent stuff, there's too much older stuff to quote.

Quote:
Australia have filed a complaint to World Rugby over a meeting between New Zealand chief Steve Hansen and referee Romain Poite that was held on the eve of the second Bledisloe Cup Test without informing the men in gold.

The Australian Rugby Union claims Hansen and one of his assistants met Poite for morning tea on Friday.

A similar controversy occurred during June’s three-Test series after England coach Eddie Jones also met Poite in Brisbane without an invitation being extended to the Australians.


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Under World Rugby regulations, coaches can meet referees before a match only if there are representatives from both teams present, or if one side declines the opportunity.


You suggesting corruption by NZ, Eng and Poite?

I suggest nothing of the sort.

Poite The Twat is dreadful.


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