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RD 25 | Wakefield Trinity v Leeds Rhinos
Post Sat Aug 05, 2017 7:00 pm
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After that Wigan game I can't see us making many changes to that squad after we were very good. Excited about this one, a win will put us in the driving seat for a top two spot. Would probably just bring Garbutt back in to the bench.

Golding
Briscoe Watkins Sutcliffe Hall
McGuire Moon
Singleton Parcell Cuthbertson
Ablett Ward
JJB

Delaney, Garbutt, Keinhorst, Mullally
Re: RD 25 | Wakefield Trinity v Leeds Rhinos
Post Sat Aug 05, 2017 7:12 pm
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Delaneys cut was pretty bad. May let him sit out a week to make sure it's not going to open up again, although I would prefer Fridays version to continue against Wakefield.
Re: RD 25 | Wakefield Trinity v Leeds Rhinos
Post Sat Aug 05, 2017 7:33 pm
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Frosties. wrote:
Golding
Briscoe Watkins Sutcliffe Hall
McGuire Moon
Singleton Parcell Cuthbertson
Ablett Ward
JJB

Delaney, Garbutt, Keinhorst, Mullally


Tough on Lilley as he didn't get a chance to do much last night but I'd go with this, bar bringing someone (probably Ferres) into the second row if Delaney is out. Whilst German Jim has not stood out this year when he's been fit (unlike last year, when he carried us on occasions), it's nice to have him back as he can do a number of jobs off the bench.
Re: RD 25 | Wakefield Trinity v Leeds Rhinos
Post Sat Aug 05, 2017 9:14 pm
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Keinhorst did pretty well last night he adds energy which is a big factor.

A chance to close the gap on cas and pull away from third.
Re: RD 25 | Wakefield Trinity v Leeds Rhinos
Post Sun Aug 06, 2017 12:45 am
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Re: RD 25 | Wakefield Trinity v Leeds Rhinos
Post Mon Aug 07, 2017 6:30 am
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I'd leave Ferres out personally, if he's even fit enough to be selected.
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Re: RD 25 | Wakefield Trinity v Leeds Rhinos
Post Mon Aug 07, 2017 8:32 am
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Leeds could field a weaker side and still win easy - I don't buy this "teams always raise their game against Leeds".

Wakefield made the 8 because Warrington/Catalans simply haven't shown up - they are a poor side full of very average players.

If Leeds have GF aspirations they should be beating side like Wakefield at a canter and I expect a wide margin of victory this week.
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Re: RD 25 | Wakefield Trinity v Leeds Rhinos
Post Mon Aug 07, 2017 9:12 am
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Sal I hope your words come back to bite you.
Wakefield are not a poor side and when they
gel they are a very good side to watch.
They finished 5th on merit.
Even Leeds are not supermen every week or in
your case season 2016.
Have some respect and lets see what happens
on Thursday where you and all Rhinos fans will be made
welcome. I will even be sitting next to my youngest
grandson in his Leeds shirt while my eldest plays for
your under 19's.
Re: RD 25 | Wakefield Trinity v Leeds Rhinos
Post Mon Aug 07, 2017 9:45 am
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ricardo07 wrote:
Sal I hope your words come back to bite you.
Wakefield are not a poor side and when they
gel they are a very good side to watch.
They finished 5th on merit.
Even Leeds are not supermen every week or in
your case season 2016.
Have some respect and lets see what happens
on Thursday where you and all Rhinos fans will be made
welcome. I will even be sitting next to my youngest
grandson in his Leeds shirt while my eldest plays for
your under 19's.



:CLAP: Well said, I'm sure most will see this as a game we should win but that a slip up is a real possibility. You are correct that Wakey deserve respect and are no easy beats, especially not at home. I look forward to a great game :thumb:
Re: RD 25 | Wakefield Trinity v Leeds Rhinos
Post Mon Aug 07, 2017 9:54 am
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Sal Paradise wrote:
Wakefield made the 8 because Warrington/Catalans simply haven't shown up - they are a poor side full of very average players.


F***ing hell, I'm glad McDermott's doing the team talk and not you :D
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