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Workington next. Wed Jul 13, 2022 7:47 am  
Workington next.
Wed Jul 13, 2022 7:47 am  

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I wonder what Simon Grix will do regarding team selection for this game? On one hand you would like to think he would be able to rest a few lads and give others some game time considering Workington's position in the league. On the other hand though there is the argument for continuity. I personally think this game gives us the opportunity to freshen things up slightly and rest anyone with any sort of strain or niggle. We should have enough to carry on our great run and I would go for a Fax win by 30. Up The Fax! :thumb:
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Re: Workington next. Wed Jul 13, 2022 8:08 am  
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It has to be a fax win. I’m not too bothered about a massive win just a win to keep the momentum. Workington got stuffed last week so they will want to show some metal this week and improve. We will be too strong for them especially as the game goes on with our fitness levels. May be rat one or two or play them off the bench if the need arises.
Re: Workington next. Wed Jul 13, 2022 12:50 pm  
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I wont rest many as its not worth a slip up
Re: Workington next. Wed Jul 13, 2022 2:45 pm  
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If they have not improved from when we played them away earlier in the season we should win by a big score they tried there best but lack firepower i will go for 50-8 to fax and hopefully none of us will pass out from the heat.
Re: Workington next. Fri Jul 15, 2022 6:41 pm  
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The official 21 man squad hasn’t been released yet however on the our league app gee and barber are still available and we’ve added Nathan mason and Fenton Rogers and Cole Oakley gets in the 21 .How accurate this is remains to be seen .
Re: Workington next. Fri Jul 15, 2022 8:06 pm  
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Good test for us in the head department.
The lads put in a huge effort against York and it’s a challenge to keep up the intensity both physically and mentally and there will be a few changes and a shorter turn around from Monday a bit like Dewsbury after Barrow.
We should have far too much for them, just stay focussed and don’t think we just have to turn up because we are playing the bottom of the league.
Re: Workington next. Sat Jul 16, 2022 8:10 pm  
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Just work it for lachlan to score in the corners
Re: Workington next. Sun Jul 17, 2022 3:01 pm  
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Hi, sorry random question from a Leeds fan here

Watching you play York from a recording.....what is that scaffolding in the corner of the Shay ? Is it part of the stadium?... Thought you'd place looks good by way
Re: Workington next. Sun Jul 17, 2022 4:58 pm  
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Don 76 wrote:
Hi, sorry random question from a Leeds fan here

Watching you play York from a recording.....what is that scaffolding in the corner of the Shay ? Is it part of the stadium?... Thought you'd place looks good by way

It’s the steel works that’s part of the structure of that corner that never got finished, been like that for years and likely to remain that way due to lack of funding. :thumb:
Re: Workington next. Sun Jul 17, 2022 5:02 pm  
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Well comprehensive result when we were far from our best.
Great to see Joe Keyes break the individual points in a game record.
Not so great about Wombat with early news he had a dislocated shoulder and concussion, how bad we’ll have wait for the club to comment.
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