Hooker Joseph


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Hooker

 (ho͝ok′ər), Joseph Known as "Fighting Joe." 1814-1879.
American Union army officer who was defeated by Robert E. Lee at Chancellorsville (1863).
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Confusion reigned in remarkable scenes as Vale hooker Joseph Franchi first came on and then went off again as the officials appeared to momentarily loose their grip during farcial scenes over the need for the visitors needing three front row forwards on the field before it was decided that passive scrums were the only option.
Bees went behind to a Neil Sten-house penalty after just two minutes but worse was to come nine minutes later when hooker Joseph Duffey went over for an unconverted try.
Ben Thompson and Chris Whyles set a swift counterattack in motion before they found hooker Joseph Duffey in unfamiliar territory on the left wing to touch down.