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Matthew Shaw
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Lewis Scott 46m
📋 I'm collecting survey responses for my university dissertation on Sky Sports' influence on Rugby League. Answers take two minutes, responses and retweets are really appreciated! SURVEY👉
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Matthew Shaw 3h
Replying to @GrammarKestrel
A peculiar neck injury saw him miss all last season. Think he played 20+ games in his first season.
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Matthew Shaw 8h
Replying to @YorkKnightsRLFC
Stupid autocorrect. I'd obviously typed 'even more world class talent'. Technology these days.
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Matthew Shaw 8h
Big, big signing for the Knights. Brining unlucky not to get a gig in Super League for me. Injects some quality into James Ford's side.
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Matthew Shaw 8h
Never change, Jake.
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Matthew Shaw 8h
Replying to @Maddenj13
No time soon. I doubt it will be implemented in time for 2020.
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Matthew Shaw 8h
Is trying out new pyjamas again?
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Matthew Shaw 8h
Replying to @TipsterSte
Maybe, but will coaches really want constant assessment tests to their team?
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Matthew Shaw 9h
Replying to @TipsterSte
If a player has a legitimate injury or needs a concussion assessment, the player can be replaced immediately.
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Matthew Shaw 9h
Replying to @steve100872
If a player has a legitimate injury or needs a concussion assessment, the player can be replaced immediately.
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Matthew Shaw 10h
Replying to @colinmorse2
Penalty to the other team
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Matthew Shaw 10h
Replying to @Ndotmaslen
While I agree, the sport can't afford to lose one of its two biggest TV slots, either.
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Matthew Shaw 11h
Replying to @TimN1982
Honestly, I think they should!
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Matthew Shaw 11h
Replying to @TimN1982
I'm a fan, actually. Nothing more frustrating than seeing a player go down with a mystery injury and make a miraculous recovery once their team has had a breather. This way, players with legitamate injuries can be looked after, and will stop players trying to cheat the clock.
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Matthew Shaw 11h
Replying to @DParkyRugby
Think it is really smart. Means players who have suffered legitamate injuries can still be given the treatment they need, and will also stop players trying to find a loophole in the shot clocks.
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Matthew Shaw 11h
Replying to @M_Shaw1
As a result, I am thoroughly expecting we will see a drastic reduction in players going down with cramp this year.
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Matthew Shaw 11h
Replying to @M_Shaw1
In a nutshell, if a player goes down with an injury and requires treatment, which forces the referee to stop the shot clock, they will be made to stay off the pitch until their team gets the ball back if they are fit to continue.
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Matthew Shaw 11h
The media will be briefed on the new rule changes coming to the game this weekend. One early snippet here. Clubs will be made to defend with 12 men if a player suffers an injury that forces the referee to stop the shot clock, and are then fit to continue.
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Matthew Shaw Jan 18
Couldn't agree more mate, top fella.
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Matthew Shaw Jan 18
Replying to @giantsrlfans
Very true!
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