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Featherstone (H) Mon Jul 26, 2021 6:40 am  
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No thread for this game? Gutted about the result. But I thought the first half especially was class! Some periods of soft defending too.

The Chisholm intercept could have gone either way. Get that ball out half second quicker and our winger has space. To be fair, any other player except Chisholm for me doesn’t get that. The guy can read a game well.
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Re: Featherstone (H) Mon Jul 26, 2021 7:28 am  

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I sat down and said to the daughter that if we stayed within 20 points I'd be happy and left thinking if only Keyes had have made it...

I really needed a game like that as I'd been losing interest lately. We've had some really boring games this year.
Re: Featherstone (H) Mon Jul 26, 2021 8:45 am  

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Yeah gutted with the result. Thought Fev were there for the taking. I know Fev were missing a fair few and played the week before, but we were also missing our 6,7 and 9. If we had just one of Lilley, Brough or Doyle, think we would have come on the right side of that result.

Just need to be more clinical in defence. The two tries from dummy half were sickeners to concede.

They're a good team are Featherstone this year.
Re: Featherstone (H) Mon Jul 26, 2021 10:23 am  

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Was it Hall that took out Keyes? Perfect professional foul. Defends his line, dislodges the ball, concusses the opposition’s main creative player, concedes the penalty and takes a yellow card. Gutted
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Re: Featherstone (H) Mon Jul 26, 2021 1:36 pm  

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Was it Hall that took out Keyes? Perfect professional foul. Defends his line, dislodges the ball, concusses the opposition’s main creative player, concedes the penalty and takes a yellow card. Gutted


Gale but yes he took one for the team there
Re: Featherstone (H) Mon Jul 26, 2021 4:02 pm  

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Gale but yes he took one for the team there

Also pulled back pickers when he was off the ball for the full length try looks a real grub shame when he has real ability
Re: Featherstone (H) Mon Jul 26, 2021 4:34 pm  

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Also pulled back pickers when he was off the ball for the full length try looks a real grub shame when he has real ability


Think grubs very harsh. Just took a gamble holding Pickersgill back. It's 50/50 being sin-binned for for professional fouls these days (which is a farce) so it's just smart play to take the risk.

Can't really see whay happened with Keyes from the highlights. Obviously contact with head as he's being concussed but it didn't look malicious to me.

The incident I did find frustrating was the Ferres headbutt. I mean the linesman a metre away and has a perfect view. I don't like bagging refs as without them there's no game and with shortages already starting to happen we need to be respectful (I actually thought the referee was good yesterday and seemed to let the game flow)

But while I can appreciate they don't see everything, and can accept missed knock-ons, forward passes etc acts of foul play they should be getting right, tough judges missing those incidents right in front of them particularly frustrates me.

To says we're RFLs pets, I can't remember the last time we had a player sent off against us and we've had plenty of incidents deserving of reds. The assault on Keyes a couple of years a go against Dewsbury sticks in my mind.
Re: Featherstone (H) Mon Jul 26, 2021 7:39 pm  
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Just seen the highlights and I’m shocked just for how soft 4 of their tries were. Both of Harrisons and Nu Browns were all soft rook defending or poor first contact!
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Re: Featherstone (H) Mon Jul 26, 2021 7:58 pm  

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Just seen the highlights and I’m shocked just for how soft 4 of their tries were. Both of Harrisons and Nu Browns were all soft rook defending or poor first contact!


Agreed. Our defence has been a little flaky this season, considering how much JK prides his teams on their defence, its quite surprising. But it's something we need to improve on as they were very soft some of their tries that they didn't really have to work for.
Re: Featherstone (H) Tue Jul 27, 2021 8:09 am  

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The assault on Keyes a couple of years a go against Dewsbury sticks in my mind.


Worst one I've seen for a long time was that. Should've been a straight red for Walshaw that day. It wasn't and the game descended into violence as players took matters into their own hands as a result. It was like going back in time to the 80s. Who was ref that day?
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