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Post Sun Jan 13, 2019 5:12 pm
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How did they finish?

Leeds won 60-0 at Donny. Last I heard, Hudds were besting Bradford.
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Good hit out for hull and wakey. Played in good spirit with both teams getting a number of first team/fringe and youngsters some good game time. Can’t take much from result but it will have been good oreperations for both.

The usual pre season Tom Johnstone hat trick too as standard.
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Post Sun Jan 13, 2019 6:47 pm
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Hull KR 30-16 Widnes Vikings

Hull KR: Atkin, Shaw, Crookes, Keinhorst, Hall, McGuire, Drinkwater, Mulhern, Lee, Garbutt, Tomkins, Linnett, Hauraki.

Interchanges: Addy, Dagger, Greenwood, Johnson, Rooks, Vaivai, Lannon, Lawler, Masoe, Oakes, Lewis.

Tries: Crooks (11), Shaw (25), Hauraki (29), Linnett (35), Vaivai (47), Tomkins (55)
Goals: Shaw 1/4, Dagger 2/2

Widnes Vikings: Lloyd Roby, Owen Buckley, Keanan Brand, Chris Dean, Ryan Ince, Jack Owens, Joe Lyons, Jay Chapelhow, Liam Hood, Ted Chapelhow, Sam Wilde, Harrison Hansen, Adam Tangata.

Interchanges: Wellington Albert, Jordan Johnstone, MacGraff Leuluai, Brad Walker, Owen Farnworth, Liam Walsh, Sam Freeman, Ben Davies, Joe Edge, Lewis Else, Ollie Brookes, Dom Speakman (T).

Tries: J. Chapelhow (4), Hansen (17, 40)
Goals: Owens 2/3

Full match report (links to Widnes Vikings website)

http://www.widnesvikings.co.uk/news/art ... es-vikings
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Trojan Horse wrote:
Good hit out for hull and wakey. Played in good spirit with both teams getting a number of first team/fringe and youngsters some good game time. Can’t take much from result but it will have been good oreperations for both.


Looking at the team sheets the Hull fans should be much happier. Wakey pretty much full strength whilst Hull still missing a few and plenty more youngsters playing.
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Looking at the team sheets the Hull fans should be much happier. Wakey pretty much full strength whilst Hull still missing a few and plenty more youngsters playing.


hull lead 24 - 20 with 6 mins left. wakey won it with a superb solo breakaway try and a last second johnstone effort. really enjoyable game with positives fro both sides. hull had very few first teamers for the second half. Connor was excellent. hicks was over fussy and should have let the sides play more
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Post Sun Jan 13, 2019 7:58 pm
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Looking at the team sheets the Hull fans should be much happier. Wakey pretty much full strength whilst Hull still missing a few and plenty more youngsters playing.


Starting 9 Wood didn’t play. Ashurst, Tupou, both starting half’s brough Nd Miller and also fifita sat out the second half with some young lads like Crowther and batch playing good minutes through the 80. Fringe players like baldwinson, Reynolds, annakin and Hirst getting good runs. Both teams were testing out their depth. I think it proved useful to both teams but it isn’t any indication to how either clubs season will go.

I found parts a little frustrating from a wakey perspective in that we dropped a lot of ball and gave a number of last tackle penalties away putting ourselves under pressure unnecessarily but there’s things to work on and plenty per season to go yet. I think both coaches will be fairly happy tbh. Looking forward to round 1 I have to say. Should be a good trip out to London and with another 2 friendlies wakey should be ready to hopefully put a marker down.
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Think Hull had Griffin, Talanoa, Carlos, Sneyd, Green, Bowden, Manu, Minichiello and Westerman to come back in. Kelly, Fash and Levy went off injured during the game....but thankfully not too bad. Connor played 7 and was very classy
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