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Sydney Roosters coach Trent Robinson has refused to blame a controversial call against his side by the NRL bunker for their 22-18 NRL loss to Parramatta on Friday night. Vapormax Schweiz Schuhe .With the game in the balance and his side attacking the Eels line in the dying seconds, Parramatta winger Clint Gutherson appeared to knock on as the Roosters put it through the hands.After the ball went to ground, Joseph Manu picked it up but was bundled into touch thanks to some desperate defence by Corey Norman.Replays suggested the ball had glanced off Guthersons fingertips in the lead up but the bunker ruled there was insufficient evidence to suggest Gutherson had made contact.The Eels were awarded possession at a crucial point in the game, denying Roosters one final set.Robinson has had frequent run-ins with the referees and officials this year and was fined $40,000 for his ANZAC Day spray and he last week blasted the bunker for awarding Josh Jackson a go-ahead try in their loss to Canterbury.However, Robinson bit his tongue in his post-match press conference after the loss against the Eels.I saw what I saw, Robinson said.Weve only got the one screen (in the coachs box). That was the decision, theyve got better vision than us. So well see what they say.Gutherson himself later denied he had made contact with the ball.I didnt touch that one. It was just good defence from Norms to get over there and stop it, Gutherson said.They had to get it right and it took them a while to get it right. But in the end thats what the bunkers there for. Discount Vapormax Schuhe . -- Patrick Reed got an early start in golf. Günstig Nike Vapormax Plus . Manuel was offered a position the day he was fired. He accepted earlier this week and the team made the announcement Friday. http://www.vapormaxoutlet.ch/ . Oyama had six birdies and two bogeys at Kintetsu Kashikojima in the event also sanctioned by the Japan LPGA Tour. "I have been having this neck ache thats been affecting my golf recently," Oyama said. Northamptonshire 142 for 4 (Newton 69*, Keogh 50) trail Leicestershire 519 (Pettini 117, Eckersley 107, Raine 64, Sanderson 6-58) by 377 runsScorecard Ned Eckersleys third consecutive first-class century saw Leicestershire take control at Wantage Road with a first-innings total of 519 before reducing Northamptonshire to 142 for 4 at the close on day two, trailing by 377.Eckersley became just the third man to make three centuries in successive matches for Leicestershire, following Ben Smith in 2001 and Charles Dempster before the war.He helped Leicestershire into a commanding position. They found two early wickets in the Northants reply before the home side recovered from 33 for 2 with pleasant fifties for Rob Keogh and Rob Newton. But when Keogh dragged a cut into his off stump to end a third-wicket stand of 91, and nightwatchman Azharullah was caught at short leg in the final over of the day, the visitors were firmly on top.Their position on the second day was set up by Eckersleys determined century. He steered his side through the second new ball on the first evening - surviving a tough dropped chance on 4 when pulling towards midwicket - and then cajoled the lower order to help his side post their highest total of the season.When the eighth wicket went down, Eckersley had 71 but he found a game partner in Ben Raine, who, aafter a skittish start, settled to make a seasons best 64. Nike Air Vapormax Schweiz. The pair added a record ninth-wicket stand for Leicestershire against Northants of 123 and Eckersley went through a hundred in 156 balls with 11 fours and a six.Raine eventually fell to Keoghs offspin and Eckersley was last man out trying to lift the same bowler over long-on, Leicestershire eventually bowled out after 144.2 overs.The visitors then struck in the fifth over of the Northants reply with David Murphy tamely chipping a back-foot drive to extra-cover and Alex Wakely edging Rob Sayers offspin to Niall OBrien. At that stage, it was a very poor day for the home side who again allowed Leicestershire to recover from morning pressure.Ben Sanderson took 3 for 19 in an opening eight-over burst to bring up a third five-for of the season and leave the visitors 356 for 8. First to go was Mark Pettini, adding just eight to his overnight 109, getting lifter that came off the shoulder of the bat to point. Clint McKay edged a back-foot drive behind the wicket and Sayer got a bottom edge into his stumps trying to leave three balls later.But Eckersley remained calm, Raine settled and Leicestershire went on to take control of the game. ' ' ' 

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