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Re: Qualifying Rugby

Post by Russ » Fri Aug 31, 2018 6:55 am

So
What is happening with the Coleraine vs Dromore match?
Hearing rumours referees won't go to Coleraine
Something about an incident involving verbal abuse and a female referee

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Re: Qualifying Rugby

Post by Gerald the Mole » Fri Aug 31, 2018 7:05 am

Russ do tell us more, the lady in question in my opinion is a very good referee, what was the sanction they got, and did the coach keep his job with Junior Ulster?

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Re: Qualifying Rugby

Post by BaggyTrousers » Fri Aug 31, 2018 9:19 am

Gerald the Mole wrote:Russ do tell us more, the lady in question in my opinion is a very good referee, what was the sanction they got, and did the coach keep his job with Junior Ulster?
I love a quiz, my guess is that because it was "only a woman", they got a stern warning and yes the coach kept his job. Close?
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Re: Qualifying Rugby

Post by Jetstream » Fri Aug 31, 2018 11:04 am

It was a serious incident of verbal abuse of a referee by spectators. I think the match was back in March and was between Coleraine and Dromore. I don't any more.

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Re: Qualifying Rugby

Post by Rooster » Fri Aug 31, 2018 11:10 am

Jetstream wrote:It was a serious incident of verbal abuse of a referee by spectators. I think the match was back in March and was between Coleraine and Dromore. I don't any more.
And followed by a disgraceful response by Ulster Branch, club should have had a heavy fine at least
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Re: Qualifying Rugby

Post by Russ » Fri Aug 31, 2018 4:34 pm

Rooster wrote:
Jetstream wrote:It was a serious incident of verbal abuse of a referee by spectators. I think the match was back in March and was between Coleraine and Dromore. I don't any more.
And followed by a disgraceful response by Ulster Branch, club should have had a heavy fine at least
Well the people appear to have spoken. No home games for Coleraine

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Re: Qualifying Rugby

Post by Gerald the Mole » Sat Sep 01, 2018 11:40 pm

Heard that Absolutely vile abuse was thrown at the referee, Referees are right in boycotting this game, the branch failed badly in punishment to Coleraine.

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Re: Qualifying Rugby

Post by Russ » Sun Sep 02, 2018 10:23 am

Gerald the Mole wrote:Heard that Absolutely vile abuse was thrown at the referee, Referees are right in boycotting this game, the branch failed badly in punishment to Coleraine.
Hearing Coleraine wouldn't name the offenders


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Re: Qualifying Rugby

Post by dublane » Sun Sep 02, 2018 10:29 am

Given that all q1 games have a much tighter deadline to be finished with the round robin competition if coleraine keep having to postpone home games surely they will find a fairly big backlog of games at some point?

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Re: Qualifying Rugby

Post by LadyP » Sun Sep 02, 2018 12:21 pm

If coleraine had any respect for the game they would name and shame and forfeit 1stXV games , some one has to be accountable. I hope the media pick yup on this story . And the Feminist , feck that would screw them.
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Re: Qualifying Rugby

Post by BR » Sun Sep 02, 2018 12:29 pm

Gerald the Mole wrote:Heard that Absolutely vile abuse was thrown at the referee, Referees are right in boycotting this game, the branch failed badly in punishment to Coleraine.
I heard the complete opposite.
I heard that what was said was the sort of thing that is repeated up and down the country every Saturday.

I heard that the Branch investigation accepted that and their action was appropriate. However the ref wouldn't let it go and the Society want to make a stand.
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Re: Qualifying Rugby

Post by LadyP » Sun Sep 02, 2018 12:49 pm

BR wrote:
Gerald the Mole wrote:Heard that Absolutely vile abuse was thrown at the referee, Referees are right in boycotting this game, the branch failed badly in punishment to Coleraine.
I heard the complete opposite.
I heard that what was said was the sort of thing that is repeated up and down the country every Saturday.

I heard that the Branch investigation accepted that and their action was appropriate. However the ref wouldn't let it go and the Society want to make a stand.
So, what was said then, if it’s not that bad I am sure you will repeat it , I do believe the club was found guilty of an offence and fined , but suspended as is normal in Ulster Rugby.
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Re: Qualifying Rugby

Post by BR » Sun Sep 02, 2018 1:10 pm

LadyP wrote:
BR wrote:
Gerald the Mole wrote:Heard that Absolutely vile abuse was thrown at the referee, Referees are right in boycotting this game, the branch failed badly in punishment to Coleraine.
I heard the complete opposite.
I heard that what was said was the sort of thing that is repeated up and down the country every Saturday.

I heard that the Branch investigation accepted that and their action was appropriate. However the ref wouldn't let it go and the Society want to make a stand.
So, what was said then, if it’s not that bad I am sure you will repeat it , I do believe the club was found guilty of an offence and fined , but suspended as is normal in Ulster Rugby.
To clarify:
I heard that what was said ...

I did not hear what was said.

So yes, as I understand it, the club was found guilty and sanctioned in line with precedent. The same as the Branch could do at numerous clubs each week, were complaints to be lodged.
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Re: Qualifying Rugby

Post by Gerald the Mole » Sun Sep 02, 2018 6:11 pm

BR wrote:
LadyP wrote:
BR wrote:
Gerald the Mole wrote:Heard that Absolutely vile abuse was thrown at the referee, Referees are right in boycotting this game, the branch failed badly in punishment to Coleraine.
I heard the complete opposite.
I heard that what was said was the sort of thing that is repeated up and down the country every Saturday.

I heard that the Branch investigation accepted that and their action was appropriate. However the ref wouldn't let it go and the Society want to make a stand.
So, what was said then, if it’s not that bad I am sure you will repeat it , I do believe the club was found guilty of an offence and fined , but suspended as is normal in Ulster Rugby.
To clarify:
I heard that what was said ...

I did not hear what was said.

So yes, as I understand it, the club was found guilty and sanctioned in line with precedent. The same as the Branch could do at numerous clubs each week, were complaints to be lodged.
BR, once again your waffling, what was said was bang out of order. No referee should suffer that abuse, Coleraine need to be punished more severe, points deducted and a proper an open apology to The ref might help.

So your assumption is that it was not that bad and acceptable? As you compare it to normal Saturday banter,

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Re: Qualifying Rugby

Post by Dave » Sun Sep 02, 2018 6:21 pm

Don't worry people still incorrectly quote the words of PJ on WhatsApp.
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