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Posted by Wanderer on Tue Jun 12, 2018 10:28 pm
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With confidence hopefully restored following the comeback win over Keighley Cougars, next up for the Dons is a trip to Cumbria to face Workington Town at The Zebra Claims Stadium, Derwent Park to the rest of us.

Workington suffered a heavy defeat at York (40-8) last weekend but had previously won three on the trot scoring 150 points in victories over Hemel Stags, Coventry Bears and Newcastle Thunder.

Potential banana skin, possibly but hopefully not.
Posted by Stand-Offish on Wed Jun 13, 2018 2:39 am
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Let's not get carried away ... the Dons had a hard fought win at home with plenty of rubbish discipline on show.

Now they are away to an half decent side, I expect them to revert to being shoite again.
Sorry but I do.
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Posted by hally's hot air on Wed Jun 13, 2018 9:21 am
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Stand-Offish wrote:
Let's not get carried away ... the Dons had a hard fought win at home with plenty of rubbish discipline on show.

Now they are away to an half decent side, I expect them to revert to being shoite again.
Sorry but I do.

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Posted by onedon on Wed Jun 13, 2018 9:59 am
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We definitely need the win, if we're good enough on the day that is!
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Everyone around us should win their fixtures with the exception of Whitehaven who are playing Bradford.
So the win is doubly needed. COYDs
Posted by Keith Lard's Dog on Wed Jun 13, 2018 12:36 pm
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Always a tough place to go.
It will be interesting to see the team selection if all our players are fit and we have the same lads on DR.

They have a few big middles and im confidant with the right attitude we can control the likes of Moi Moi on a narrow pitch and get the win.
Posted by Returning Don on Fri Jun 15, 2018 1:09 pm
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Squad for this week

Lewis Bienek (loan), Ryan Boyle, Kieran Cross, Sam Doherty, Brad England, Jordie Hedges, Jordan Howden, Aaron Jones-Bishop, Kyle Kesik, Jordan Lane (D/R), Jack Miller, Jason Muranka, Richard Owen, Jack Sanderson (Loan), Cameron Scott (D/R), Connor Scott, Russ Spiers, Jason Tali, Brandan Wilkinson.
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Anyone know what’s up with Charlie Martin and Ross Osborne.
Posted by Moonshine on Fri Jun 15, 2018 2:39 pm
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Returning Don wrote:
Anyone know what’s up with Charlie Martin and Ross Osborne.


If they have an injury even slight RH will not risk them, just my guess. Cameron Scott a welcome addition IMO
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Moonshine wrote:
If they have an injury even slight RH will not risk them, just my guess. Cameron Scott a welcome addition IMO


I really don’t get why the club won’t let the fans know if a player is injured or not. Every other club does so why all the secrets. If it was to stop opposition gaining an advantage then no other club would do it but they all do. I just find it frustrating not knowing why certain players are missing week after week. Frankie Mariano is another one who’s been missing for a few weeks now but zero information from the club as to why.
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