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Hendo

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Rugby League appointments
« on: Tue 05 Feb 2019 16:03 »
We often criticise through this site the apparent lack of imagination of those responsible for appointments when we see the same refs being allocated to the same teams within a short time.
Well I see Rugby League has excelled all this week. In the opening round of matches last week Robert Hicks did St Helend v Wigan. This weekend, Round 2, he has Wakefield at home to........St Helens.
Yes, I know there are not as many games , nor are there as many refs but this does seem a little lacking in thought from the powers that be.

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Re: Rugby League appointments
« Reply #1 on: Tue 19 Feb 2019 17:31 »
We often criticise through this site the apparent lack of imagination of those responsible for appointments when we see the same refs being allocated to the same teams within a short time.
Well I see Rugby League has excelled all this week. In the opening round of matches last week Robert Hicks did St Helend v Wigan. This weekend, Round 2, he has Wakefield at home to........St Helens.
Yes, I know there are not as many games , nor are there as many refs but this does seem a little lacking in thought from the powers that be.
And just to compound it even more Hicks is on St Helens’ game again this weekend - the 3rd time in their opening 4 matches. Quite bizarre