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Offline Devil

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« 2016-Aug-03, 10:42 AM Reply #50 »


Hurrell admits to Maloney he was trying to milk a penalty



And you believe Maloney?😀😀

PP I don't think you are but you come across as a very bitter person when talking about rugby league.

Hatred of all other teams will get you down 😀

It is only a game after all and just because Qld have the best teams is not a reason to get ulcers.😀😀

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« 2016-Aug-03, 11:02 AM Reply #51 »
Yep I agree grats,
It's only a game, a form of entertainment & the idea is to enjoy it! No use beating yourself up about results.

Maloney play at Hurrell's legs was illegal & it deserved a penalty.
Maloney is a top player but does stupid things sometimes, I guess it's his competitive nature going out of control.

He's only missing a couple club games so Sharks fans should be delighted with that.   

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« 2016-Aug-03, 09:05 PM Reply #52 »
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Live: Cronulla star James Maloney beats dangerous contact charge at NRL judiciary

CRONULLA star James Maloney has beaten his dangerous contact charge at the NRL judiciary on Wednesday night.

Maloney was cited for a grade two dangerous contact charge over a tackle on Gold Coast centre Konrad Hurrell in the Sharks’ 18-18 draw with the Titans on Monday night.

The NSW playmaker faced a three-match ban if found guilty but is now able to take his place against Canberra on Saturday.


http://www.foxsports.com.au/nrl/nrl-premiership/teams/sharks/live-cronulla-star-james-maloney-fights-dangerous-contact-charge-at-nrl-judiciary/news-story/6a6db0ee8e97b2232223ebc2c03a2241

Why was he even charged in the first place?

Does the person who falsely charged him inside the NRL have any accountability?

Do players who fake injury have any accountability?

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« 2016-Aug-26, 09:29 PM Reply #54 »
Cronulla are still alive for the proper Championship.

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« 2016-Aug-27, 11:05 AM Reply #55 »
I think the Roosters will smash them today ?

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« 2016-Aug-27, 12:30 PM Reply #56 »

I think the Roosters will smash them today ?

Hope you are right.
There is a bloke at one of our clubs who carries on like a pork chop about his Sharks.
Might shut him up if they get flogged.


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« 2016-Aug-30, 01:44 PM Reply #57 »
Hoping the Sharkies make it into the last 4, they have played well this year & deserve that at least.
With Maloney at 6 & Ben Barba playing much better this year, it's been a great year for them.
Also Gallen's final year & love him or hate him , he deserves a SF appearance.
Another player who doesn't get mentioned a lot is Feki. he's as good a winger as there is in the NRL.

Surprised Ben Barba younger brother Marmin hasn't been picked up by an NRL Club this year. He was top tryscorer in the QRL last year & was a Premiership winner. Thought with Ben being at the Sharks, his younger brother would be signed up down there. 

 

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« 2016-Aug-30, 03:18 PM Reply #58 »
Gallen is going around next year isn't he ?

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« 2016-Sep-01, 01:49 PM Reply #59 »
Paul Gallen has revealed he has pencilled in 2016 as his NRL swansong.

The NSW State of Origin captain has opened up on his future, revealing his desire for a one-year contract extension with Cronulla for next year before likely finishing his career in the English Super League.

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« 2016-Sep-02, 12:08 PM Reply #60 »
Just how stupid is Andrew Fifita ?


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« 2016-Sep-02, 02:34 PM Reply #61 »
Indefensible, what an idiot. Considering the parents of the victim of this f**wits actions just had to bury their other son you really do have to wonder if there is a brain between his ears. 

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« 2016-Sep-23, 11:48 PM Reply #62 »
On tonight's win, the sharks looked every inch premiers.

They have more depth of all the teams that are left.

I heard the club have started to clean the rat droppings and cobwebs from their trophy room.

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« 2016-Sep-24, 12:55 AM Reply #63 »
I hope PP7 is well and enjoying the ride.


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« 2016-Sep-24, 02:45 PM Reply #64 »
On tonight's win, the sharks looked every inch premiers.

They have more depth of all the teams that are left.

I heard the club have started to clean the rat droppings and cobwebs from their trophy room.

Harold Holt has even seen the porch light on   :biggrin:

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« 2016-Nov-08, 10:48 AM Reply #65 »
How can one be so bloody stupid ?

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« 2016-Nov-08, 12:54 PM Reply #66 »
How can one be so bloody stupid ?

UCEM

Bennett might have been kicked out of a pub because it was 'happy hour' but he was a wake up to this  :censored:

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