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Just our luck v Warrington next week Tue Aug 03, 2021 3:09 pm  
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Jack Hughes (Warrington) – Grade B Dangerous Contact – 1 Match Penalty Notice
Daryl Clark (Warrington) – Grade B Tripping – 1 Match Penalty Notice

Warrington have another game before they play us next Sunday, these two players will be back for that game.

Full list of this week’s suspensions below

Following the latest round of Betfred Super League fixtures, the Match Review Panel have issued the following sanctions:
Jordan Johnstone (Hull FC) – Grade B Dangerous Contact – 1 Match Penalty Notice
Jack Hughes (Warrington) – Grade B Dangerous Contact – 1 Match Penalty Notice
Daryl Clark (Warrington) – Grade B Tripping – 1 Match Penalty Notice
Luke Gale (Leeds) – Grade B Contact with the Referee – 2 Match Penalty Notice
Sam Hall (Castleford) – Grade B Dangerous Throw – 1 Match Penalty Notice
Jack Ashworth (Leigh) – Grade C Punching – 2 Match Penalty Notice
Brad Singleton (Wigan) – Grade C Punching – 3 Match Penalty Notice
Oliver Partington (Wigan) – Grade C Punching – 2 Match Penalty Notice
Rob Butler (Leigh) – Grade C Punching – 2 Match Penalty Notice

The following players were handed cautions:
Matt Prior (Leeds) – Dangerous Contact
Willie Isa (Wigan) – Raising Knee in the Tackle
Re: Just our luck v Warrington next week Tue Aug 03, 2021 3:31 pm  

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Dunkirk Spirit wrote:
Jack Hughes (Warrington) – Grade B Dangerous Contact – 1 Match Penalty Notice
Daryl Clark (Warrington) – Grade B Tripping – 1 Match Penalty Notice

Warrington have another game before they play us next Sunday, these two players will be back for that game.

Full list of this week’s suspensions below

Following the latest round of Betfred Super League fixtures, the Match Review Panel have issued the following sanctions:
Jordan Johnstone (Hull FC) – Grade B Dangerous Contact – 1 Match Penalty Notice
Jack Hughes (Warrington) – Grade B Dangerous Contact – 1 Match Penalty Notice
Daryl Clark (Warrington) – Grade B Tripping – 1 Match Penalty Notice
Luke Gale (Leeds) – Grade B Contact with the Referee – 2 Match Penalty Notice
Sam Hall (Castleford) – Grade B Dangerous Throw – 1 Match Penalty Notice
Jack Ashworth (Leigh) – Grade C Punching – 2 Match Penalty Notice
Brad Singleton (Wigan) – Grade C Punching – 3 Match Penalty Notice
Oliver Partington (Wigan) – Grade C Punching – 2 Match Penalty Notice
Rob Butler (Leigh) – Grade C Punching – 2 Match Penalty Notice

The following players were handed cautions:
Matt Prior (Leeds) – Dangerous Contact
Willie Isa (Wigan) – Raising Knee in the Tackle


Do you think that makes any difference at the moment? I don't.

What the opposition does or the team they field seems an irrelevance. As far as I can see we play when we want to and once we seem safe points-wise for the season we stop. Warrington could play their academy team it still wouldn't wake us up because we just don't seem to want to win purely for the thrill of winning.

Of all the Trinity teams I've seen this is the one that seems hardest to read as it seems impossible to work out their motivation. We are nowhere near as crap as we appear yet they don't seem bothered. Say what you like about CC the players still have a responsibility, one that few seem to be bothered about. I honestly don't think it matters who coaches us, who we are playing against, not even how many injuries we have anymore we don't seem to want to play, even when we are actually expanding plenty of energy, I just can't work it out.

Frankly, we might actually beat Warrington because on the day Fifita woke up in a good mood after getting a top-notch hair cut, Lino remembered he was a key play maker and numerous other players got their oats or they had been inspired after watching a film like Zulu, who the hell knows with this lot.
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Re: Just our luck v Warrington next week Tue Aug 03, 2021 4:00 pm  

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Do you think that makes any difference at the moment? I don't.

What the opposition does or the team they field seems an irrelevance. As far as I can see we play when we want to and once we seem safe points-wise for the season we stop. Warrington could play their academy team it still wouldn't wake us up because we just don't seem to want to win purely for the thrill of winning.

Of all the Trinity teams I've seen this is the one that seems hardest to read as it seems impossible to work out their motivation. We are nowhere near as crap as we appear yet they don't seem bothered. Say what you like about CC the players still have a responsibility, one that few seem to be bothered about. I honestly don't think it matters who coaches us, who we are playing against, not even how many injuries we have anymore we don't seem to want to play, even when we are actually expanding plenty of energy, I just can't work it out.

Frankly, we might actually beat Warrington because on the day Fifita woke up in a good mood after getting a top-notch hair cut, Lino remembered he was a key play maker and numerous other players got their oats or they had been inspired after watching a film like Zulu, who the hell knows with this lot.


In my opinion that is too generous to Chester. Yes the players have a responsibility but for me for large parts of the season, especially earlier on, the effort was definitely there we just look(ed) completely unstructured in attack and can't score for shT when the game is still in the balance
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Re: Just our luck v Warrington next week Tue Aug 03, 2021 4:43 pm  

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vastman wrote:
Do you think that makes any difference at the moment? I don't.

What the opposition does or the team they field seems an irrelevance. As far as I can see we play when we want to and once we seem safe points-wise for the season we stop. Warrington could play their academy team it still wouldn't wake us up because we just don't seem to want to win purely for the thrill of winning.

Of all the Trinity teams I've seen this is the one that seems hardest to read as it seems impossible to work out their motivation. We are nowhere near as crap as we appear yet they don't seem bothered. Say what you like about CC the players still have a responsibility, one that few seem to be bothered about. I honestly don't think it matters who coaches us, who we are playing against, not even how many injuries we have anymore we don't seem to want to play, even when we are actually expanding plenty of energy, I just can't work it out.

Frankly, we might actually beat Warrington because on the day Fifita woke up in a good mood after getting a top-notch hair cut, Lino remembered he was a key play maker and numerous other players got their oats or they had been inspired after watching a film like Zulu, who the hell knows with this lot.


There in lies the problem and has done for years ……. Is it a professionalism problem rather than talent .. suppose it could come under coaching etc . I do feel we aren’t as strict or β€œprofessional” as other clubs ???? Brian Smith came in shook things up and it didn’t go down well …. are we too lenient ? I really don’t know but this is what I feel we lack and have done for years !

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