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 Post subject: Re: On to Hull
PostPosted: Mon Apr 29, 2019 11:29 am 
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Egg Banjo wrote:Hull were the better team and deserved the win. Trinity showed great spirit but were always second best in the game.

It's always a safe bet that if a team has more composure and better kicking they'd have been in with a chance, but we didn't on the day. The half's are going to have to learn to link up quickly, and hopefully the week will give the forwards the much needed rest they look to need. On to Huddersfield who have been very hit and miss so far this season.


Thought that Hampshire was really quiet second half and hope that he hasn't picked up a knock :PRAY:
Right now, he's our liveliest attacking option and with his elusive running and pace he seem the most likely to create something but, he was really quiet in the second 40.
Fifita and Pauli look in need of a rest and there seemed to be some communication issues at the back.
There was a few occasions where we allowed the ball to bounce, instead of someone taking charge and ultimately, the couple of tries that they scored on the back of the indecision made all the difference. Plus, Kelly was on a whole different level and was an easy pick for their MoM.

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 Post subject: Re: On to Hull
PostPosted: Mon Apr 29, 2019 12:00 pm 
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The forwards looked knackered which doesn't give the halves any space to play into. They're on the back foot constantly. Pretty much the whole back row is inexperienced in games, and hasn't had much gametime together. It's easy to slot 1 inexperienced player into an experienced squad and they'll figure it out, but there's nobody on the pitch for them to model from






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 Post subject: Re: On to Hull
PostPosted: Mon Apr 29, 2019 1:11 pm 
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bren2k wrote:I had the distinct pleasure of listening on Radio Humberside - the only light relief to hearing us lose was the comedy value of the biased commentators; it was like standing behind two Hull fans on the terraces! God knows who they were - but it was hilariously awful, particularly the main guy mangling Fifita's name into almost unrecognisable collections of vowels and consonants; my favourite was Fia-Fitta.


Gwilym Lloyd is an idiot & his pronunciation of Fifita was awful and cringeworthy. The other commentator I will admit is biased towards FC/against Wakefield. It's ex Hull & Castleford winger Kirk Dixon.

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 Post subject: Re: On to Hull
PostPosted: Mon Apr 29, 2019 5:23 pm 
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bren2k wrote:Can't say I'm surprised by that - although perhaps I was a bit surprised that Hull didn't win by more.

I had the distinct pleasure of listening on Radio Humberside - the only light relief to hearing us lose was the comedy value of the biased commentators; it was like standing behind two Hull fans on the terraces! God knows who they were - but it was hilariously awful, particularly the main guy mangling Fifita's name into almost unrecognisable collections of vowels and consonants; my favourite was Fia-Fitta.

Anyhow - busted up, knackered and we still held them to a respectable scoreline; I guess we'll take that - and Wigan helped a bit by getting past Cas. We need to put Shudds to the sword on Friday now - and not just because it's Shudds.


That Commo was terrible - cringeworthy in fact.
Thank god I found Rhubarb radio after 15mins!!

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