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Rovers v Cas Wed Apr 07, 2021 1:15 pm  
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Friday night at home to Cas in the cup, come on rovers fans, this game must capture the imagination.

Disappointing news for young Minchella, he was looking like a good prospect, but he’s young enough to come back,

A good game for your return at home in Hull, is it televised.
Re: Rovers v Cas Wed Apr 07, 2021 2:45 pm  

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I can see rovers winning this one but with that said, it may be best for them to lose and concentrate on the league.

A rovers win would be good for my team though, it gives us the possibility of another championship standard team in the next round :lol: :lol: :lol:
Re: Rovers v Cas Wed Apr 07, 2021 3:16 pm  
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Well Cas are certainly going for it as thats our strongest squad for some time so no excuses. Think we'll rest a few against Leigh the week after.
Re: Rovers v Cas Wed Apr 07, 2021 3:55 pm  

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newgroundb4wakey wrote:
Well Cas are certainly going for it as thats our strongest squad for some time so no excuses. Think we'll rest a few against Leigh the week after.

You better not rest any against Leigh
Re: Rovers v Cas Wed Apr 07, 2021 5:48 pm  

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Riderofthepalehorse wrote:
Friday night at home to Cas in the cup, come on rovers fans, this game must capture the imagination.

Disappointing news for young Minchella, he was looking like a good prospect, but he’s young enough to come back,

A good game for your return at home in Hull, is it televised.


Its on our league pay for view.
Re: Rovers v Cas Wed Apr 07, 2021 5:58 pm  
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des lawson wrote:
Its on our league pay for view.


Thanks Des, I’ll listen to Steady on radio, maybe he’ll have Jon Wells as his guest :D
Re: Rovers v Cas Wed Apr 07, 2021 6:57 pm  
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You better not rest any against Leigh


:lol: We'll rest some against Salford the week after then. :wink:
Re: Rovers v Cas Wed Apr 07, 2021 9:02 pm  

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Riderofthepalehorse wrote:
Friday night at home to Cas in the cup, come on rovers fans, this game must capture the imagination.

Disappointing news for young Minchella, he was looking like a good prospect, but he’s young enough to come back,

A good game for your return at home in Hull, is it televised.


It captures the imagination in the same way characters in a SAW movie are captured.

I’ve not actually seen those films, so hopefully that metaphor makes some sort of sense.

We’ve been bad at rugby for long enough that it has become hard for me to imagine anything good happening, and there’s no point imagining the other. Even if we were to win, I’d worry that we’d expended part of our (likely tiny) ration of good performances in a game that doesn’t offer any league points.

Change of some sort will come one day. Until then though, it’s going to take a lot more than a game against Castleford in a early round of the cup to whet my appetite.
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Re: Rovers v Cas Wed Apr 07, 2021 9:32 pm  
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Mild Rover wrote:
It captures the imagination in the same way characters in a SAW movie are captured.

I’ve not actually seen those films, so hopefully that metaphor makes some sort of sense.

We’ve been bad at rugby for long enough that it has become hard for me to imagine anything good happening, and there’s no point imagining the other. Even if we were to win, I’d worry that we’d expended part of our (likely tiny) ration of good performances in a game that doesn’t offer any league points.

Change of some sort will come one day. Until then though, it’s going to take a lot more than a game against Castleford in a early round of the cup to whet my appetite.


Lol you never know, it may just be your unchained melody game, win this your in the last eight,

I read somewhere it was 1986 since you last played Cas in the cup, On paper Cas are favourites, but it can be a moody game rugby league, and with Powell leaving, and Wells resignation, you just never know.

Its a shame fans aren’t allowed back yet, as I imagine Cas would not relish this contest,
Re: Rovers v Cas Thu Apr 08, 2021 10:22 am  
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Riderofthepalehorse wrote:
Lol you never know, it may just be your unchained melody game, win this your in the last eight,

I read somewhere it was 1986 since you last played Cas in the cup, On paper Cas are favourites, but it can be a moody game rugby league, and with Powell leaving, and Wells resignation, you just never know.

Its a shame fans aren’t allowed back yet, as I imagine Cas would not relish this contest,


You couldn't help it could you? You had to mention it, you wouldn't let it lie. Jamie "Bloody" Sandy.

We're incapable of playing rugby league for a full eighty minutes so we've got little to no chance.

No doubt come Friday, Mental Girlfriend Syndrome will kick in and then the belief kills you.
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