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Re: Super League

Post by 1964white » Mon Jul 23, 2018 4:08 am

whiteswan wrote:
Sun Jul 22, 2018 4:41 pm
What a fantastic performance from Wakey Trinity this aft, beating Hull 72-10 to take them into 6th place and safe from the qualifiers. Up in Wakey at the mo and was going to go to the game, but Mr Swan's gout is playing up something awful so we ended up not going!
What a catch, the codheads well & truly hooked by Wakey :fish: :clape:

Good weekend for our teams, makes a change Swannie

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Re: Super League

Post by beer belly bert » Thu Oct 11, 2018 5:49 pm

WILL THIS DICKHEAD NEVER LEARN
Zak Hardaker: Wigan Warriors player admits drink-driving

England and Wigan Warriors rugby league player Zak Hardaker has pleaded guilty to drink-driving.
The 26-year-old was arrested in Pontefract, West Yorkshire, on 26 September and was charged later that day.
Leeds Magistrates' Court heard he attempted to avoid police officers by taking his car down a cul-de-sac and running away on foot.
Hardaker, of Pontefract, was given a 20-month ban from driving.
The player, who is nearing the end of a 14-month ban from rugby for cocaine use, also received a £1,810 fine.
The court heard officers later visited his home, with Hardaker claiming not to have been the driver or the owner of the Ford Fiesta.
The full-back, who joined Wigan in May, was found to be at more than twice the drink drive limit. He told officers he had two gins and six pints.
When breathalysed, Hardaker gave a reading of 74 micrograms of alcohol per 100 millilitres of breath - the legal limit being 35, the court heard.
District Judge Paul Currer, sentencing, told the defendant: "You indulged in stupidity in asserting that you were not the driver and that it was not your car."
He added that the offence, which took place at 00:15 BST, was aggravated by the fact that Hardaker had a passenger with him.
Nick Hammond, defending, told how the conviction could have a "devastating effect" on the sportsman's career.
His bid to run away was a "very amateurish attempt to avoid the attentions of the police", he added.
At the time, his club said in a statement: "The player is co-operating with the police investigation. Wigan Warriors will allow the legal process to take its course."

will comment again after wigan release a statement (not holding my breath )
I could stop drinking but im not a quitter

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Re: Super League

Post by 1964white » Thu Oct 11, 2018 5:52 pm

Dickheads generally do not learn as their heads are full of crap Bert

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Re: Super League

Post by beer belly bert » Thu Oct 11, 2018 6:22 pm

1964white wrote:
Thu Oct 11, 2018 5:52 pm
Dickheads generally do not learn as their heads are full of crap Bert
How can one man bring so much shame to a fantastic sport Leon ???? ,
I know a lot of rugby league players both amateur and professional and they are all self disciplined , courteous and polite , this bloke is just on a self destruct campaign , cant thank Brian McDermott enough for getting rid of this clown , Wigan + Hardaker deserve each other as neither have morals :evil: .
I could stop drinking but im not a quitter

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