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Re: Grand Final tickets inc travel

Post Sun Oct 07, 2012 10:01 am
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wrencat1873 wrote:
If my mind was sharper, there should be a decent joke in there.
Fair play to Leeds, they controlled most of the game and Wire bombed their 1/2 chances.
Warrington kicking game was very poor and the best team won (cough, choke) :oops:


Very magnanimous of you :CHEERS:

Still think its amusing how "teapot" won a GF ring after all the grief some of you lot have dished out over the years :lol:

Re: Grand Final tickets inc travel

Post Sun Oct 07, 2012 12:05 pm
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darwoo11 wrote:
Very magnanimous of you :CHEERS:

Still think its amusing how "teapot" won a GF ring after all the grief some of you lot have dished out over the years :lol:


If that's all that's on your mind the morning after a historic victory by your team, I feel a bit sorry for you.

Was a great trip - no dramas, nobody went missing and we got to see a fantastic game of RL. The best team won on the night, without question.

Feel for Paul Wood this morning - I gather he ruptured a testicle during the game; that's a bit of a ball-ache...
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Re: Grand Final tickets inc travel

Post Sun Oct 07, 2012 1:51 pm
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darwoo11 wrote:
Very magnanimous of you :CHEERS:

Still think its amusing how "teapot" won a GF ring after all the grief some of you lot have dished out over the years :lol:


I dont think the "grief" that we may have given the bloke affected him winning a GF ring in any way whatsoever.
FWIW, i think both Amor and for that matter Richard Moore are better players than Griffin but, WTH, he's got the big prize.
For me, he in only an ex player, who happened to leave under a bit of a cloud, no biggie.

Move on and enjoy your glory :CHEERS:

Re: Grand Final tickets inc travel

Post Sun Oct 07, 2012 2:30 pm
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Ring or no ring who cares, he still wanted us to lose that night at Bradford and he did not win that one.
onetiger = half a cabbage

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Winter is coming.

Re: Grand Final tickets inc travel

Post Sun Oct 07, 2012 5:11 pm
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Big respect to Paul Wood who played 39 mins of the second half with a ruptured testicle. He even did the media interviews after the gane beforee going to hospital to have it removed.

Tough guys these rugby league players.
The mind is like a parachute. If it's not open it won't work. - Frank Zappa

Re: Grand Final tickets inc travel

Post Sun Oct 07, 2012 5:23 pm
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Can't make my mind up if they're tough or just nuts!!!!!
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Re: Grand Final tickets inc travel

Post Sun Oct 07, 2012 6:37 pm
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LyndsayGill wrote:
Big respect to Paul Wood who played 39 mins of the second half with a ruptured testicle. He even did the media interviews after the gane beforee going to hospital to have it removed.

Tough guys these rugby league players.


Paul wood is one tough hombre, thats for sure.
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Re: Grand Final tickets inc travel

Post Sun Oct 07, 2012 8:11 pm
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bren2k wrote:
If that's all that's on your mind the morning after a historic victory by your team, I feel a bit sorry for you.

Was a great trip - no dramas, nobody went missing and we got to see a fantastic game of RL. The best team won on the night, without question.

Feel for Paul Wood this morning - I gather he ruptured a testicle during the game; that's a bit of a ball-ache...


Glad you had a good day and was good to see a game worthy of the grand final stage.

As much as I like to have a bit of banter with you Wakey fans I would certainly rather see a club from West Yorkshire move forward ahead of our counterparts across the Pennines.

Hope to see you in the playoffs again next year bashing Wire, Saints or Wigan :CHEERS:

Re: Grand Final tickets inc travel

Post Sun Oct 07, 2012 8:18 pm
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Just to say thanks to Bren for sorting out a great trip, excellent value and good to see some old and new forum friends too.
Shame you had to lump us in with the shallower end of LS pond life but hey, I was anticipating some banter with the tearful runners up, shame they didn't play ball.
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Re: Grand Final tickets inc travel

Post Sun Oct 07, 2012 8:24 pm
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El Rey wrote:
Ring or no ring who cares, he still wanted us to lose that night at Bradford and he did not win that one.


What actually happened with Griffin?
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