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A new can of worms
Discussion started by GazzaFez , 23 July, 2020 12:38
A new can of worms
GazzaFez 23 July, 2020 12:38
<< Points deductions for CV19 breaches >>

Fine in theory but I'm afraid to say I simply have zero faith in either RFU or PRL to administer this competently.

Re: A new can of worms
Sarriebone 23 July, 2020 12:42
As I said on t'other thread they can't sit next to each other on the coach to the match but it's fine for them to pack down in the scrum and tackle the opposing team members? What load of...

Re: A new can of worms
GazzaFez 23 July, 2020 12:49
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Sarriebone
As I said on t'other thread they can't sit next to each other on the coach to the match but it's fine for them to pack down in the scrum and tackle the opposing team members? What load of...

I know. Seems crazy doesn't it. I am all for doing sensible stuff as I do think many people have not take CV19 seriously enough, but on the other hand resorting to pure tokenism (as much of this seems to be) is just not helpful in a practical way.

Re: A new can of worms
NickL 23 July, 2020 23:48
Does that mean Exeter will employ a photographer with a long lens to follow Sale and Bristol's buses and check for players sitting in the wrong seats?

Re: A new can of worms
myleftboot 24 July, 2020 22:25
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NickL
Does that mean Exeter will employ a photographer with a long lens to follow Sale and Bristol's buses and check for players sitting in the wrong seats?
I heard Paul Custard was preparing a dossier, he's camping out at Costa Coffee shops in a birding hide. Luckily he had a wig to disguise himself

Re: A new can of worms
Innings 25 July, 2020 11:40
Paul Custard? Do you mean the species of Otididae, the Harlequin Bustard, a bird that died out in the British Isles in the 19th century and is the subject of an attempted re-introduction into its natural British habitat? The birding hide that you saw is actually one set up by a West Country group of birding enthusiasts who see the multi coloured plumage of the Harlequin Bustard as a threat to their plans that the Crested Chief should be the dominant species in the British Isles, forever.



Innings

Points win matches: tries win hearts and minds.

Re: A new can of worms
myleftboot 25 July, 2020 13:26
Yellow, slimy.... Think we are on the same page chap!

Re: A new can of worms
mixmastermatt 25 July, 2020 13:39
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NickL
Does that mean Exeter will employ a photographer with a long lens to follow Sale and Bristol's buses and check for players sitting in the wrong seats?

No.... But SW Comms will winking smiley


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