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Re: The Law fought the Ref and the Ref won

By David B12/9/2016 16:22Mon Sep 12 16:22:05 2016In response to Re: The Law fought the Ref and the Ref won

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It was very hard to keep track of the 10-card trick, but I think although Bartley was involved in that incident, it was Ty Smith, for the about the fourth time, said something out of turn and it was he who received the caution. Smith, from what I saw, might have seen yellow when Smart was cautioned in the eighth minute, then, around 20 minutes, committed a bad foul midway inside his own half, then had at least two more pops at the man with the whistle in the second half.