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Author:  Sacred Cow [ Wed Apr 24, 2019 1:41 pm ]
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snowie wrote:Ryan Atkins :PRAY:

Yep, the club is trying to get a deal done.

Be a bit harsh on Kershaw though.

Author:  wrencat1873 [ Wed Apr 24, 2019 1:42 pm ]
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snowie wrote:Conner & Shaul are the threat for me


When they are on their game, there are threats all over the park from Hull.
You didn't mention Sneyd or Kelly and that's before we mention any forwards.

However, this season's Trinity wont just roll over and it will be a great test of how to play in adversity.
Cas, have done this really well for the past couple of seasons and if we put up a decent showing (or find a way to win) just imagine what that does to the group of players.
The extra belief would be huge as we move into the second half of the season.

A decent showing and no new injuries would be excellent. Anything else would be a HUGE bonus.

The pressure is definitely on Hull :D

Author:  snowie [ Wed Apr 24, 2019 1:49 pm ]
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wrencat1873 wrote:When they are on their game, there are threats all over the park from Hull.
You didn't mention Sneyd or Kelly and that's before we mention any forwards.

However, this season's Trinity wont just roll over and it will be a great test of how to play in adversity.
Cas, have done this really well for the past couple of seasons and if we put up a decent showing (or find a way to win) just imagine what that does to the group of players.
The extra belief would be huge as we move into the second half of the season.

A decent showing and no new injuries would be excellent. Anything else would be a HUGE bonus.

The pressure is definitely on Hull :D
don't reckon much to sneeeeeeeyd of late and kelly looks like he needs to go a serious diet, the rest will self destruct if we get a decent lead

Author:  upthecats [ Wed Apr 24, 2019 2:00 pm ]
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This one might just prove a game too far I fear.. Many say this is the toughest one over Easter...the one after the two close games...we had two real tough games that went right to the wire whereas Hull had a stroll in the park Friday and played touch and pass Monday...they also had the luxury of resting players while we haven’t...were down to the bare bones and having to play players not 100% I believe...big Dave for instance...

You can’t knock us this season though...these lads just keep surprising us...they go on about Saints and Wire being miles clear but after the shocker of round one at London we’ve been very consistent...just 4 defeats since then...the poor one at home to Hull KR played in a bog and the slowest ruck I’ve ever seen which did us no favours...then a six point defeat to Saints and two point defeats to both Warrington and Cas...you could argue we could have won all three of those two with a bounce of the ball or luck of a decision here or there!

Whatever happens Sunday, if we suffer a heavy defeat which is more than possible, going forward I wouldn’t read anything into it whatsoever..

I said it last week and I’ll say it again...if we can go there under current circumstances and come home with two points it will be one of the best two points for a long time...Hull have weaknesses clearly...they’re soft when not able to dominate...we on the other hand will fight until the very death...fingers crossed that the boys can pull off another shock!

Author:  Fishermanscap [ Wed Apr 24, 2019 2:43 pm ]
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Sacred Cow wrote:Yep, the club is trying to get a deal done.

Be a bit harsh on Kershaw though.


Nah, he got a chance and he took it but if we are serious about winning then we have to be ruthless. There are a lot of games to play and chances are he will get another pop, probably this weekend if Atkins doesn't come off. There are still a lot of broken bodies many of which wont . We need experience hence looking outside the club. He now knows he has the trust of the management, that alone is priceless for a 19 year old just starting out.

Author:  poplar cats alive [ Wed Apr 24, 2019 4:59 pm ]
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Referee Liam Moore, could have been worse. I think he was the referee a few weeks ago against Hull.

Author:  Wilde 3 [ Wed Apr 24, 2019 9:33 pm ]
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snowie wrote:don't reckon much to sneeeeeeeyd of late and kelly looks like he needs to go a serious diet, the rest will self destruct if we get a decent lead


Kelly was exceptional in the 2nd half against Rovers, unplayable. You forget that he missed the last 4 months I think of last season due to concussions, and couldn't do any kind of training so his weight obviously suffered as did his confidence. Shaul hasn't played for a few weeks either due to head knocks this year, so will either be 18 year old Connor Wynne who played against Rovers or Connor at full back

Author:  Fishermanscap [ Thu Apr 25, 2019 4:49 am ]
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Wilde 3 wrote:Kelly was exceptional in the 2nd half against Rovers, unplayable. You forget that he missed the last 4 months I think of last season due to concussions, and couldn't do any kind of training so his weight obviously suffered as did his confidence. Shaul hasn't played for a few weeks either due to head knocks this year, so will either be 18 year old Connor Wynne who played against Rovers or Connor at full back


That’s Kelly all over, we know the lad can play but nobody knows when I’m afraid.

Author:  bren2k [ Fri Apr 26, 2019 10:32 am ]
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I can't see anything other than a heavy defeat - Hull are just getting players back, as we're dropping like flies; and they do have significant quality and some x factor players.

Our replacements and make-do's put up a valiant effort to beat Leeds - but it will be a huge ask to expect them to do the same against an anything near full-strength Hull side.

Author:  Fordy [ Fri Apr 26, 2019 10:55 am ]
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bren2k wrote:I can't see anything other than a heavy defeat - Hull are just getting players back, as we're dropping like flies; and they do have significant quality and some x factor players.

Our replacements and make-do's put up a valiant effort to beat Leeds - but it will be a huge ask to expect them to do the same against an anything near full-strength Hull side.



I fear you may be right, although if Hull turn up feeling the same then I guess we have a chance!

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