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Re: Squad -v- Cas Fri Feb 21, 2020 10:33 am  

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Keep expecting Dave to be dropped into the squad, as they have done quite a few times previously with him but I believe this season we would lose an interchange if we make any changes to the 21 on game day.

From what Chester has said, Dave and Green are fit to play - But he is rewarding the team for the performance they put in against Wire, personally I would have both in the team for tonight but I understand the reasoning behind not changing a winning team.


Think he also said they are not quite up to full fitness and we have an extended break between now and Salford game so hopefully that will give them time to get properly ready.
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Re: Squad -v- Cas Fri Feb 21, 2020 11:22 am  

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I just hope for once tonight the game is not over after the first 20.
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Re: Squad -v- Cas Fri Feb 21, 2020 11:36 am  

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Willzay wrote:
I just hope for once tonight the game is not over after the first 20.


As long as Trinity are well in front, it can be over as soon as possible for me :D

I think it will be a fairly close game, 8-10 points either way and again, hopefully in our favour.
Trinity aren't quite there with ball in hand so, we will definitely need a strong defensive effort.

Should be a decent derby encounter, can't wait.

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Re: Squad -v- Cas Fri Feb 21, 2020 11:48 am  

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I can understand rewarding people who played well last week but imo we need either Dave or Green back in the pack if they're available. I can understand resting Dave another week as he probably won't be fully up to speed yet but expected atleast Green in the team.
Re: Squad -v- Cas Fri Feb 21, 2020 12:32 pm  

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Kicking game will be very important. Did we give away six 7 tackle sets last week? Need to see real improvement in that department.
Re: Squad -v- Cas Fri Feb 21, 2020 2:37 pm  
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Weather really a lot better than expected so far. Very windy but we haven't had any rain and, looking at the latest forecast, we might just get through the match dry.

I've never personally avoided a game yet because of the weather. Been on many open terraces in down pours but the worst I can remember was at home to Fev in our promotion to Super League season. The wind was similar as today with horizontal sleet throughout the game. Think we won something like 10-4.
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Re: Squad -v- Cas Fri Feb 21, 2020 2:46 pm  
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Wollo-Wollo-Wollo-Wayoo wrote:
Weather really a lot better than expected so far. Very windy but we haven't had any rain and, looking at the latest forecast, we might just get through the match dry.

I've never personally avoided a game yet because of the weather. Been on many open terraces in down pours but the worst I can remember was at home to Fev in our promotion to Super League season. The wind was similar as today with horizontal sleet throughout the game. Think we won something like 10-4.
Worst thing about rain at a match is the dicks who bring out umbrellas!


The brolly's will be no good in this wind anyway
Re: Squad -v- Cas Fri Feb 21, 2020 4:19 pm  

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Eastern Wildcat wrote:
The brolly's will be no good in this wind anyway

Still annoying, wind or no wind
Re: Squad -v- Cas Fri Feb 21, 2020 4:23 pm  
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They are.

What's wrong with a coat that has a hood
Re: Squad -v- Cas Fri Feb 21, 2020 4:38 pm  

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They are.

What's wrong with a coat that has a hood

Any body would think it was battery acid coming down
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