Joined: Wed Feb 21, 2007 3:59 pm Posts: 5793 Location: back in cas vegas
If we can get back on topic, i'm not to optimistic about our chances on this one, we are down to the bare bones and even when we have been near full strength this season we've often looked like a poor imitation of last years side.
when the score got to 50 we shouted for more, up popped brad davis went over for four.....
......and its no nay never no nay never no more will we face religation......
big barrie mac.' the cas forads av been bob on'
Pyeman I wish you would stop talking so much sense. I am in danger of becomming one of your biggest fans.
Westerman looks the most promising for a long time.
The best proper 'rugby pub' in the country has to be the Boot Room at Cas
The only time I ever doubted going to watch Wigan was when we bare face cheated to stay in superleague
Last night, despite being poor and not deserving the win, we should have won.
Given errors propensity of making errors I think Youngquest can do just an adequate job at FB.
As for Clark, maybe so but I have the confidence that Milner can step up just as well.
Looking at the team - we also didn't have Holmes or Jackson back in the squad then. Our pack is very strong and if they dominate, they can set the platform for Goldy and Orr to work magic.
deluded. At best we'll scrape a 4 point win against the worst side in the league, a team who wouldn't be top 3 in the championship. < That is at best. Still think we'll lose. Milner doesn't offer the same as clark at hooker, in fact, he's completely different, less effective in attack, good in defence.
"I'm sorry, but I would hope that we would beat Cas with a 1 day turnaround."
An arrogant Wigan fan a few days before we stuffed them 18-4 at the JJB.
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