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Re: Team for Sunday Mon Aug 19, 2019 11:02 am  
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Will Escare be allowed to play against Wigan ?
Re: Team for Sunday Mon Aug 19, 2019 11:06 am  

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poplar cats alive wrote:
Will Escare be allowed to play against Wigan ?


Yes.
Re: Team for Sunday Mon Aug 19, 2019 3:25 pm  

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Wollo-Wollo-Wollo-Wayoo wrote:
I don't think many will argue against that 17 being unchanged for the next game.


If they can put another performance together like yesterday, then absolutely, but did Bill pick up a knock towards the end, as he was substituted ??
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Re: Team for Sunday Mon Aug 19, 2019 3:45 pm  

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Well played,how you are in such a position is beyond me,good luck and hope we will be playing you next season,from a disappointed kr fan.
Re: Team for Sunday Mon Aug 19, 2019 10:44 pm  

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des lawson wrote:
Well played,how you are in such a position is beyond me,good luck and hope we will be playing you next season,from a disappointed kr fan.

I think a large amount of wakey fans have the same sentiment . hopefully it Shudds that drop
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Re: Team for Sunday Tue Aug 20, 2019 8:23 am  

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Having watched the game back now i thought we did a lot of the basics right during the game, Good go forward quicker defence structure and escare been the little diamond in the middle, And i also thought KR wasn't as bad has their fans are making out yes a couple of silly errors passing across the line but all in all they came across a determined Wakey side which didn't give them any space.


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Re: Team for Sunday Tue Aug 20, 2019 8:27 am  

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metallicat wrote:
I think a large amount of wakey fans have the same sentiment . hopefully it Shudds that drop


I fins it difficult to wish that on anyone - a lot of people are going to lose their livelihood, which is a tough thing to take any pleasure in.
Re: Team for Sunday Tue Aug 20, 2019 9:28 am  

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acko wrote:
Having watched the game back now i thought we did a lot of the basics right during the game, Good go forward quicker defence structure and escare been the little diamond in the middle, And i also thought KR wasn't as bad has their fans are making out yes a couple of silly errors passing across the line but all in all they came across a determined Wakey side which didn't give them any space.


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I've now watched the game and I thought it was a tale of two halves, cliche I know.

I actually thought we were poor in the first half and Escare had a mare mixed with a few good bits, under the high ball he is light years behind Jowitt and Hampshire. However not wanting to single him out the rest were not much better, same old issues for us, certainly in attack though the defence was no too bad. However as we failed to against Hull last week, HKR failed to capitalise on our mistakes and the possession and territory that went with them.

Second half we suddenly remembered we were a RL team of some quality and it showed. Very few mistakes in either defence or attack. We were direct, we supported the man with the ball but above all, we took every chance offered.

Massive improvement, but if we are to beat any of the remaining three teams we are yet to face we will need to play as we did in the second half for most if not all of the 80 minutes. It was a great effort, in fact, it was a massive effort and I applaud it, but we are still some way off our best, just my opinion.
Re: Team for Sunday Tue Aug 20, 2019 10:06 am  

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Fishermanscap wrote:
I've now watched the game and I thought it was a tale of two halves, cliche I know.

I actually thought we were poor in the first half and Escare had a mare mixed with a few good bits, under the high ball he is light years behind Jowitt and Hampshire. However not wanting to single him out the rest were not much better, same old issues for us, certainly in attack though the defence was no too bad. However as we failed to against Hull last week, HKR failed to capitalise on our mistakes and the possession and territory that went with them.

Second half we suddenly remembered we were a RL team of some quality and it showed. Very few mistakes in either defence or attack. We were direct, we supported the man with the ball but above all, we took every chance offered.

Massive improvement, but if we are to beat any of the remaining three teams we are yet to face we will need to play as we did in the second half for most if not all of the 80 minutes. It was a great effort, in fact, it was a massive effort and I applaud it, but we are still some way off our best, just my opinion.


The thing you don't get from TV is how strong the wind was.
We won it in that first half.
There was always going to be a difficulty with high ball but we managed and took it forward to the second half.
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Re: Team for Sunday Tue Aug 20, 2019 11:36 am  
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PopTart wrote:
The thing you don't get from TV is how strong the wind was.
We won it in that first half.
There was always going to be a difficulty with high ball but we managed and took it forward to the second half.
he made two breaks with no end product glad it didn’t cost us the game rocky outside with a run in and rocky outside and wood inside no pass again.
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