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Posted by Orrell Lad on Mon Oct 09, 2017 8:14 pm
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I can see Cas dropping back into the pack next year. Hardaker is a big loss and there's quite a few teams with scores to settle from this year. They've probably spaffed their best chance IMO, obviously excluding their recent 4 week reign as Champions :lol:
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Posted by MR FRISK on Mon Oct 09, 2017 10:03 pm
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When they beat Leeds 66-10 this season i thought nobody could touch them but i think the Hardacker story hurt the entire team :IDEA:
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Quite fancy Wigan myself next season if they can recruit well in the offseason. The mass ejaculation about tomkins not being selected for England is laughable. He's still a class player and better than 99% of the half backs in SL. Defo need a block busting prop and a dynamic back tower but apart from that? Maybe, maybe a more dynamic Hooker too? Backs are on a par with saints and Leeds if not better in my opinion

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Posted by FlexWheeler on Fri Oct 13, 2017 3:40 pm
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Saints v Wigan/Leeds in the Gf imo.

Saints will very good with a full pre season under Holbrook and a fully fit barba.

There will be a reaction from Wigan, and Leeds will quietly chunter away under the radar again.
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Posted by DaveO on Sun Oct 15, 2017 7:26 pm
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FlexWheeler wrote:
There will be a reaction from Wigan, and Leeds will quietly chunter away under the radar again.


A reaction from Wigan? I'd hope so but I can't see it. Just more of the same.
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