yeh he shouldnt have been allowed to continue, and Tim Sheens agrees with you.I see that Robbie Farah has been ruled out of tonight's game with a heavy concussion. The article I read mentioned the word heavy. Correct me if I'm wrong (and getting confused with NFL) but shouldn't the team officials be pulling him out of the game if a player is concussed? I know it's Origin, but frankly, that only makes a heavy collision more likely. If Farah is (rightfully) withdrawn from tonight's game due to safety concerns, surely he shouldn't be sticking his head in front of a charging Queensland pack if he's got a heavy concussion?
"After his club doctor ruled Farah unfit to back-up for tonight's clash against Canterbury, Tigers coach Tim Sheens called for the perceived double standard to be addressed.
The battered rake has no recollection of the first half of Wednesday night's decider thanks to a 15th minute head clash with Maroons enforcer Nate Myles. He was assessed by veteran Blues trainer Ronnie Palmer before being given the all-clear to continue.
"That's interesting," Sheens said last night."