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Author:  Onlyonekendavy [ Sat Apr 06, 2019 11:47 am ]
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It doesn’t matter what we charge for tickets.

The point I’m making is, some of you lot slag our attendances off (which admittedly are poor) however they are better than yours. It’s really that simple!
Baring in mind we’ve been in a battle to escape the middle 8s for the past two years whilst you’ve been doing better than you ever have and hitting the dizzy heights of 5th place!

Author:  GIANTSRL [ Sat Apr 06, 2019 12:03 pm ]
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great effort lastnight!

when i knew gaskell and wardle were out thought we would get beaten but to almost pull it off was brilliant... onto next week now back at home and hopefully a few bodies back!!

jordan turner is playing out of his skin at the moment.

english is playing injured with his knee he looked in so much pain lastnight we need to manage him best we can as i keep saying he needs a rest, dont think he will play next week, with wardle and murphy poss back we can put taai at prop .

woolford didnt think senior knocked on at the end.. ref blew though :roll:

fafita....jeez that guy doesnt half moan at the ref!!

leeming, didnt like to see when he passed the ball deliberate into the wakefield player in the ruck, sorry that type of thing is ruining the sport, poor.

Author:  jools [ Sat Apr 06, 2019 2:19 pm ]
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GIANTSRL wrote:great effort lastnight!

when i knew gaskell and wardle were out thought we would get beaten but to almost pull it off was brilliant... onto next week now back at home and hopefully a few bodies back!!

jordan turner is playing out of his skin at the moment.

english is playing injured with his knee he looked in so much pain lastnight we need to manage him best we can as i keep saying he needs a rest, dont think he will play next week, with wardle and murphy poss back we can put taai at prop .

woolford didnt think senior knocked on at the end.. ref blew though :roll:

fafita....jeez that guy doesnt half moan at the ref!!

leeming, didnt like to see when he passed the ball deliberate into the wakefield player in the ruck, sorry that type of thing is ruining the sport, poor.


We could see Matty grimacing in pain as he was warming up to come back on. We indeed do need to be careful and not do him lasting damage that will hurt us later. I also agree with you about the ruck play- was discussing it with a fella next to me after wakey did it to English earlier in the game, he argued the ref has to give them- when leeming did it later he said he bet I didn’t mind that one- I said no actually I do. It’s ruining the game the directive needs to change, the refs need to show common sense. But whilst all teams win penalties they will continue to do it.

Author:  jools [ Sat Apr 06, 2019 2:53 pm ]
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Did anyone else notice that when wakey did their drop out the shot clock had already reached zero-
What should the outcome of that have been? ....

Author:  wotsupcas [ Sat Apr 06, 2019 6:09 pm ]
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jools wrote:I thought we lost a bit of momentum when leeming came off- he’s adding just the right balance to our team and at the moment he’s absolutely on fire. But he’s done a lot of minutes and a lot of work in the last few weeks, he was clearly tiring as he missed a couple of tackles -unlike him! So it was right he came off. Young Russell kicked well but I think Gaskell is a better fit for frawley- who’s really starting to come good. I also think Gaskell would have gone for the drop goal after our last try, instead of running it which would have killed off wakey. Before Half time also- which came at the wrong time for us as leeming had just wound brough up, he was starting to have a go at his teammates and his game had started to wobble
I though fifita and Reece Lyne aside (who had an excellent game for wakey) we were better man for man.
Darnell is really coming to his own in that fullback role, and the way he takes those high balls on the fly is majestic. Looks effortless.

Really. If 15 of your players were better than ours surely you would have won comfortably?

Author:  GIANTSRL [ Sun Apr 07, 2019 9:38 am ]
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jools wrote:We could see Matty grimacing in pain as he was warming up to come back on. We indeed do need to be careful and not do him lasting damage that will hurt us later. I also agree with you about the ruck play- was discussing it with a fella next to me after wakey did it to English earlier in the game, he argued the ref has to give them- when leeming did it later he said he bet I didn’t mind that one- I said no actually I do. It’s ruining the game the directive needs to change, the refs need to show common sense. But whilst all teams win penalties they will continue to do it.


only ref ive seen so far let them go is thaler in the leeds v cas match, shame the other refs arent doing same

Author:  jools [ Sun Apr 07, 2019 11:18 am ]
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So does anyone know what the outcome should be if a drop out goes over time allowed???

Author:  Durham Giant [ Sun Apr 07, 2019 1:09 pm ]
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jools wrote:So does anyone know what the outcome should be if a drop out goes over time allowed???


A penalty in front of the posts to the other team

Author:  Upanunder [ Sun Apr 07, 2019 3:05 pm ]
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Bit of barrel scraping going on there I think
Shot clock overtime has been a regular occurrence all season, its 1 ref event in a million ref events that don't seem to be enforced correctly.
You can have that penalty if Wakey can have the offside penalty(s)

Author:  vastman [ Sun Apr 07, 2019 3:20 pm ]
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jools wrote:I thought we lost a bit of momentum when leeming came off- he’s adding just the right balance to our team and at the moment he’s absolutely on fire. But he’s done a lot of minutes and a lot of work in the last few weeks, he was clearly tiring as he missed a couple of tackles -unlike him! So it was right he came off. Young Russell kicked well but I think Gaskell is a better fit for frawley- who’s really starting to come good. I also think Gaskell would have gone for the drop goal after our last try, instead of running it which would have killed off wakey. Before Half time also- which came at the wrong time for us as leeming had just wound brough up, he was starting to have a go at his teammates and his game had started to wobble
I though fifita and Reece Lyne aside (who had an excellent game for wakey) we were better man for man.
Darnell is really coming to his own in that fullback role, and the way he takes those high balls on the fly is majestic. Looks effortless.


:lol: :lol: :lol: You're not even close as the respective league positions testify. Brough at 36 is way better than Fawley for starters, what a wate of space that guy is. You did quite well but don't guild the lilly, your some way behind us on the player front these days - oh and dont forget we were missing the best centre and best winger in SL last night.

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