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Neutrals View Fri Mar 20, 2009 9:32 am  

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Great season ahead Fax, Widnes, Fev, Haven, Barrow, Leigh will all take points off each othe, injuries will play a big part.
Fax have great creative players who can be injury prone but still look to have frailities in the front row.
Widnes will be ok but need some power up front to get goos teams on the back foot.
Great year ahead without any clubs having a distinct financial advantage.
Re: Neutrals View Fri Mar 20, 2009 9:46 am  

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maurice wrote:
but still look to have frailities in the front row.


Pardon??? did you watch a completely different game to the rest of us last night? We begin the match with 2 of either Matt James, Cherryholme,Wilson or Wrench.

Then we get to bring on Big Frank & the power packed Said Tamghart. How is that frail?
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Re: Neutrals View Fri Mar 20, 2009 10:03 am  

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Pardon??? did you watch a completely different game to the rest of us last night? We begin the match with 2 of either Matt James, Cherryholme,Wilson or Wrench.

Then we get to bring on Big Frank & the power packed Said Tamghart. How is that frail?


big frank who played for about 22 mins in total and made no impact seems to have gone backwards on his form of last year
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Having watched the re run i can safely saw our front row was awesome last night. I though Wilson had his best game for us taking the ball up twice in some sets and defending strongly. Cherryholme was outstanding making good yards up the middle and cant remember him missing a tackle. Tamghart enough said this guy is just a monster we visibly lift when him and big Frank come off the bench. The pace caught up with Frankie but what he did when he was on the pitch was excellent and even when he was visibly blown up he was still running his blood to water.
Matt James or anyone will have to work hard to gain a place in the team on that performance

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Re: Neutrals View Fri Mar 20, 2009 10:09 am  

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haven4ever wrote:
big frank who played for about 22 mins in total and made no impact seems to have gone backwards on his form of last year


He's playing even better than last year, he wasn't outstanding last night but I thought our other 3 props were quality. Plus when Matt James is fit our front row is miles ahead of were it was last year.
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He appeared to have picked up a calf injury. Was certainly stretching it out on the sidelines.

As for his form this year.... turn it in!! you've based this on last nights tv game alone I take it?

He's been one of our start men this year, putting in big shifts on the park, dominating both in attack & defence. Care to read the reve reviews about him on here or in the paper if you dont believe me.
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Re: Neutrals View Fri Mar 20, 2009 10:24 am  

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haven4ever wrote:
big frank who played for about 22 mins in total and made no impact seems to have gone backwards on his form of last year


So a bit like the entire Whitehaven team then? Not seen you for ages - does this have something to do with your team's dreadful slump in form?

Do call again.
Re: Neutrals View Fri Mar 20, 2009 11:28 am  

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So a bit like the entire Whitehaven team then? Not seen you for ages - does this have something to do with your team's dreadful slump in form?

Do call again.


what dreadfull slump is that

think were above you in the league :D

as for the NRC well shows what a joke the set up is when widnes have 8 points and go through donny have 9 and dont

playing away at york on a wednesday night did for us :cry:
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Re: Neutrals View Fri Mar 20, 2009 12:41 pm  

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haven4ever wrote:
playing away at york on a wednesday night did for us :cry:


Don't think I'd be worried about going to york any day of the week to be honest...

Frank has been a far better player this season than last, Didnt do a whole lot last night due to the full time widnes team been on him quicker than what other teams have been.
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Re: Neutrals View Fri Mar 20, 2009 12:53 pm  

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Don't think I'd be worried about going to york any day of the week to be honest...

Frank has been a far better player this season than last, Didnt do a whole lot last night due to the full time widnes team been on him quicker than what other teams have been.


maybe if it was a 4 hr trip you would, thats why ged played most of the U21 team, that in itself cost us qualification

always rated watene was due to join haven from dews at one point about 4 years ago but it fell through

just didnt seem in the game last night
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