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Premiership 23/04/18 - Leicester v Swindon

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I'm pretty sure that when the old TS rule was used, it couldn't be used for an RR ride - it seems Rosco doesn't agree

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1 minute ago, Steve0 said:

I'm pretty sure that when the old TS rule was used, it couldn't be used for an RR ride - it seems Rosco doesn't agree

I thought it could from memory.

Not expecting anything from tonight as r/r means an extra ride for Zach & Davey isn’t good enough.

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6 minutes ago, Steve0 said:

I'm pretty sure that when the old TS rule was used, it couldn't be used for an RR ride - it seems Rosco doesn't agree

It always could.

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30 minutes ago, Grachan said:

It always could.

Ok - my bad

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9 minutes ago, Steve0 said:

Ok - my bad

It's even in this year's rules that a rider can be used as a t/s in an r/r ride (rule 18.2.2).

So lord knows why we were prevented from doing it. Bad refereeing.

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Well done Swindon - great start to the season :D

 

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Batchelor's form isn't a surprise, he was our top scorer last season..... 

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Guess Swindon are better than the so called experts think.

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Not a bad start for the team that all the Poole fans were taking the pee out of pre season. Long way to go yet but happy days so far 

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1 minute ago, noggin said:

Guess Swindon are better than the so called experts think.

The ' so called experts' predictions are based on where teams will be in September, not April.

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