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Cokey wrote:
It doesn't help having to play 4 games between 26th Aug - 12th Sept. This includes the so called big Magic W/E spectacle. :CRAZY:


And those are the planned fixtures, just imagine if games are lost due to covid etc.

After the madness of last season and with more games in a shorter time frame, followed by the W/C, there is going to need to be some very clever management of game time and somehow some rest given to those players who we are expecting to perform well in the World Cup.

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And those are the planned fixtures, just imagine if games are lost due to covid etc.

After the madness of last season and with more games in a shorter time frame, followed by the W/C, there is going to need to be some very clever management of game time and somehow some rest given to those players who we are expecting to perform well in the World Cup.


Agreed. Also, the first 2 loopy games could've/should've been omitted.

Just to make a personal disgruntled pov regarding our biggest game for the fans against Wigan @ the LSV, this game has been planned the week before any fans are allowed in. :CRAZY:
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Agreed. Also, the first 2 loopy games could've/should've been omitted.

Just to make a personal disgruntled pov regarding our biggest game for the fans against Wigan @ the LSV, this game has been planned the week before any fans are allowed in. :CRAZY:


I found that strange. You have basically lost your biggest game, twice.

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I found that strange. You have basically lost your biggest game, twice.


When all fans are allowed in, and alcohol will be available i.e pubs/stadium, We then have 4 away games on the trot until July 22nd - 25th.
It feels like the season's finished before it's even started - Nowt to look forward to.
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When all fans are allowed in, and alcohol will be available i.e pubs/stadium, We then have 4 away games on the trot until July 22nd - 25th.
It feels like the season's finished before it's even started - Nowt to look forward to.


What are your home games that fans can attend?

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What are your home games that fans can attend?


The first game with restricted attendance is round 7. Take a look at the fixtures below. Alcohol will be available from 21st June.


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I found that strange. You have basically lost your biggest game, twice.


Biggest game for “bragging rights” against you guys, and also missed out attendance wise with Saints - bizzare fixture scheduling.

Leigh had to accept lower funding, and now the bigger revenue opportunities missed
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Biggest game for “bragging rights” against you guys, and also missed out attendance wise with Saints - bizzare fixture scheduling.

Leigh had to accept lower funding, and now the bigger revenue opportunities missed


Totally agree Col. We'll have to do a Toronto and pull out now :D . It's going to cost us a fortune to get relegated. :lol: :lol:
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It’s just another unnecessary fixture.


In a world cup year? Lmao. Ok mate.
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Cokey wrote:
Agreed. Also, the first 2 loopy games could've/should've been omitted.

Just to make a personal disgruntled pov regarding our biggest game for the fans against Wigan @ the LSV, this game has been planned the week before any fans are allowed in. :CRAZY:


Have to agree with you Cokey, quite ridiculous

Not as bad as Trinity's "home" game vs Leeds, being played at..........Headingley ??
Why on earth wasn't this simply swapped with the reverse fixture.

I know that every game in round 1 sis being played there but, for this one to be put as Trinity's "home" game, when no games have been played, is utterly ridiculous.

Also, the loop fixtures seem out of balance, with most of the clubs finishing in the lower half of the table last season (plus Leigh), having an uneven share of their loop games against higher placed opposition from based on last year's finishing positions.
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