You are just embarrassing yourself. As an impartial observer, I watched the video several times to try to see what you're talking about. Yes, it was 5-on-3 and Six Nations scored, but nothing else that you say seems to happen. It's too hard to see exactly what occurs, but one thing that is clear is that there was no "jumping" of a Halton Hills player by three Rebels players. It looks like the Halton Hills player to whom you're referring starts to head towards the bench then turns back towards the Rebels who are celebrating the goal. I couldn't see exactly what he did, but him heading back towards them seems to be what starts the ruckus. Halton players left their bench quickly enough that they were not outnumbered for long, and their coaching staff can clearly be seen sending players out, rather than trying to keep them on the bench.
The Rebels and their fans are clearly not entirely innocent in the entire episode, but it was even more clearly started, continued and built up by Halton Hills. Again, I have no stake in this other than being a keen observer of the game. I am commenting with no bias, just observation of the video. So for the sake of yourself and everyone reading the forum, you should stop trying to spin this.
Posted on Aug 14, 2011, 11:10 AM from IP address 184.108.40.206