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Biting incident

Discussion in 'NSW Cup / Juniors Archive' started by BankstownBulldog, Jun 12, 2017.

  1. BankstownBulldog

    BankstownBulldog Kennel Enthusiast

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    So apparently one of our reserve grade players has bitten an opponent in today's game.

    Anyone know who it was?
     
  2. off-tap-robbie

    off-tap-robbie Forum Regular

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    Luis Strickland

    In an ugly incident during a Holden Cup game between between Canterbury and St George Illawarra, Bulldogs forward Luis Strickland has been caught biting Dragons playmaker Jackson Willis during a tackle.

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    The bite came just before half-time with Strickland tackled quite high by Willis who was made to pay for having his arm near Strickland's head.

    http://www.sportingnews.com/au/leag...t-george-illawarra/1j85hhrmhp8vq1t226fk4qy3tp
     
  3. ALX25

    ALX25 Forum Regular Gilded x2 Premium Member Gilded

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    Going to enjoy a little holiday.
     
  4. Nabsolutely Fabulous

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    Nothing in it. If you wanna wrap your forearm across some blokes head then you shouldn't be suprised if you cop something back.
     
  5. Moedogg

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    He put his arm in stricklands mouth..
     
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  6. BankstownBulldog

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    They will probably come down hard on him but if the dude is all over his mouth with the forearm then he should expect some sort of rebuttal.
     
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  7. Mr Invisible

    Mr Invisible Super Mod Staff Member Premium Member Gilded

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    For starters he's working Strickland's head in the tackle. Then theres no evidence on video.

    and then theres the question of how can one bite WITH TEETH MARKS when everyone wears a mouthguard.

    Hmmmm..
     
  8. Spoonman84

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    The Dragons player (Jackson Willis) is trying to twist his head off in the tackle he put his arm in his mouth.

    I have watched a few Dragons under 20's games and Willis is a absolute fuck wit to boot.
     
  9. Spoonman84

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    You can still have bite marks even with a mouth guard from the bottom teeth.
     
  10. utility half

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    Healthier than kebabs, KFC and pies....someone get Kasiano and Beast on the Strickland diet :P
     
  11. Mitch Connor

    Mitch Connor Super Moderator Staff Member

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    There was a biting incident in the Panthers Mounties Cup game too.
     
  12. Mr Invisible

    Mr Invisible Super Mod Staff Member Premium Member Gilded

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    Are the media jumping on that one too or are we just special?
     
  13. Bad Billy

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    Stick your arm in my mouth, and I'll probably bite you too.
     

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