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Round 9: Featherstone Rovers (A) Mon Jun 07, 2021 11:30 am  

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So our toughest fixture of the season up next.
How we seeing this one. Obviously typical Bulls luck in that our most important player gets injured before. That said Fev seem to have a lot of injuries at the moment. Never easy at their ground and we've a woeful record there since we came down.

Despite the Brough injury I think we should turn up confident. While Fev are going well this year, they don't look unbeatable. They were a charge down away from losing to York (who we've just comfortably beat) and were pushed all the way by Widnes who haven't exactly been pulling up any trees this year. Whilst it's our toughest game, I'd also argue its probably Fevs toughest fixture so far.

Hopefully we turn up and have a real crack. Fev should still win for me with home advantage and us missing Brough, but hopefully we give them a contest.
Re: Round 9: Featherstone Rovers (A) Mon Jun 07, 2021 12:53 pm  

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For me it all depends on if we get a loan half in or not as Kear Dosent seem to hold much faith in Jowitt or race and for me pickers isn’t good enough as a half
Re: Round 9: Featherstone Rovers (A) Mon Jun 07, 2021 3:23 pm  

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Gledhill has said it’ll be a later kick off due to the England game kicking off at 2pm.
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Re: Round 9: Featherstone Rovers (A) Mon Jun 07, 2021 3:44 pm  

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Gledhill has said it’ll be a later kick off due to the England game kicking off at 2pm.


Kick off has been confirmed as 4:30. Dont anyone be getting there for a 3pm ko :D
Re: Round 9: Featherstone Rovers (A) Tue Jun 08, 2021 8:21 am  

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Anyone see the vid of the Fev fans fighting after the 1985 cup semi at the weekend? Damaging passing cars and trying to drag people out of their vehicles. And on top of that James Gordon also confirming the Fev fans throwing cans onto the pitch towards the Widnes players during the game. Very classy.

With Brough we might have stood a chance, but not now.
Re: Round 9: Featherstone Rovers (A) Tue Jun 08, 2021 12:45 pm  

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Anyone see the vid of the Fev fans fighting after the 1985 cup semi at the weekend? Damaging passing cars and trying to drag people out of their vehicles. And on top of that James Gordon also confirming the Fev fans throwing cans onto the pitch towards the Widnes players during the game. Very classy.

With Brough we might have stood a chance, but not now.


I know it’s not all but god I hate fev fans. They’ve got a bad reputation and seem to revel in it. The official Twitter account seem to encourage a lot of the disrespect towards other clubs and would love to see us knock them down a peg. That being said I agree, will be a tough game to come away with anything for the bulls
Re: Round 9: Featherstone Rovers (A) Tue Jun 08, 2021 2:54 pm  

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I dont think they are unbeatable.

If.you look at their side at the weekend, no Blackmore, Welham or Chisholm in the backs and Harrison, Bussey, Ferres and Ferguson missing from thier pack. 4 massive losses up front. If Evans and Murphy are back this week ( i presume they were rested at the weekend) and we keep Wilson and Robson then we can more them match them down the middle.

Not just a tough game for us, this is by far their hardest game of the year. 50 50 game in my book.
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Re: Round 9: Featherstone Rovers (A) Tue Jun 08, 2021 3:03 pm  

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RagingBull wrote:
I dont think they are unbeatable.

If.you look at their side at the weekend, no Blackmore or Chisholm in the backs and Harrison, Bussey, Ferres and Ferguson missing from thier pack. 4 massive losses up front. If Evans and Murrphry are back this week ( i presume they were rested at the weekend) and we keep Wilson and Robson then we can more them match them down the middle.

Not just a tough game for us, this is by far their hardest game of the year. 50 50 game in my book.

Fleming also back
Re: Round 9: Featherstone Rovers (A) Tue Jun 08, 2021 3:23 pm  

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Fleming also back



Yep exactly. We have bloody great set of forwards at the moment. Granted it might not stay that way with loan recalls but for the minute for me its the best pack in years. We can certainly dominate on Sunday especially down the slope.
Whether we can match them in the halves with out Brough and on the wings remains to be seen, but as we all know if you doninate the middle it gives you a hell of a chance.
Re: Round 9: Featherstone Rovers (A) Tue Jun 08, 2021 3:37 pm  

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Yep exactly. We have bloody great set of forwards at the moment. Granted it might not stay that way with loan recalls but for the minute for me its the best pack in years. We can certainly dominate on Sunday especially down the slope.
Whether we can match them in the halves with out Brough and on the wings remains to be seen, but as we all know if you doninate the middle it gives you a hell of a chance.

Ino Mick is expecting a loanee half by the fev game Keyes would be the best option imo him and Lilley worked well before and he knows John will have to see but could be the difference on Sunday
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