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Bulls v Underbank Sun Feb 23, 2020 1:04 pm  

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Re: Bulls v Underbank Sun Feb 23, 2020 4:14 pm  
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Bulls are still crap but the female commentator made out they were stuffing Sydney Roosters the way she was fawning over every half decent thing they did.
Underbank did well i thought, never in danger of winning but put in some great defensive efforts and they did the community game proud to come away with that result.
Re: Bulls v Underbank Sun Feb 23, 2020 5:14 pm  

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Not the greatest advert for the sport I've ever seen.
Re: Bulls v Underbank Sun Feb 23, 2020 5:22 pm  

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It's almost as if our biennial financial meltdown has left us crap isn't it. Who would have thought it.
Re: Bulls v Underbank Sun Feb 23, 2020 6:32 pm  

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London v York was entertaining though, lots of handling errors, but an exciting finish to it. Broncos missed Kieran Dixon, as their first 3 conversions were missed. so instead of leading 18-0, it was 12-0. Then York raced into an 18-12 lead, fell behind again, and won it with 2 minutes remaining.
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Re: Bulls v Underbank Mon Feb 24, 2020 10:50 am  
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SpainesRoadFartown wrote:
Bulls are still crap but the female commentator made out they were stuffing Sydney Roosters the way she was fawning over every half decent thing they did.
Underbank did well i thought, never in danger of winning but put in some great defensive efforts and they did the community game proud to come away with that result.


She was very trying in her attempt to commentate on the game, probably wanted to make an impression though. It has to be said that she did a better job than some of the idiots on Sky!

The fact that they all agreed that the ref had blown for an Underbank penalty when in fact he had blown for halftime made me laugh.

Kear seemed furious despite the 22-0 win saying the Bradford lot seemed arrogant.
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Re: Bulls v Underbank Mon Feb 24, 2020 12:16 pm  

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The fact is that Bradford grafted hard in their narrow opening defeats against London and Feath and I was really heartened by the endeavour. But from what John Kear says, in our training mid-week and during the game we didn't appear to be up for this one at all. Whether that's arrogance or something else I don't know, but I think we can all agree that you act like an arrogant bugger under John Kear then you'll bloody know about it afterwards. I get the strong impression he'll be making his feelings abundantly clear this week. Anyway in lamenting my team I don't want to forget to say congratulations to Underbank. They should be incredibly proud of that cup run. Great Wins against Lock Lane and West Wales etc and then a great dig against the Bulls.
Re: Bulls v Underbank Mon Feb 24, 2020 6:49 pm  

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Re: Bulls v Underbank Tue Feb 25, 2020 3:14 pm  
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She was very trying in her attempt to commentate on the game, probably wanted to make an impression though. It has to be said that she did a better job than some of the idiots on Sky!

The fact that they all agreed that the ref had blown for an Underbank penalty when in fact he had blown for halftime made me laugh.

Kear seemed furious despite the 22-0 win saying the Bradford lot seemed arrogant.

Give her time.

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