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Posted by little wayne69 on Sat Aug 24, 2019 6:47 am
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Ruune Rebellion wrote:
He does it to me as well. Also wilzay. I think they are the same person

Shouldn't that be to all three of me.
Posted by Willzay on Sat Aug 24, 2019 8:00 am
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You off to Wembley King Jimmy?
Id clean up RLFANS in 5 minutes.

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Posted by dboy on Sat Aug 24, 2019 9:28 am
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Pumpetypump wrote:
I admire your resolution to not dumb down on here. That must be quite painful at times.


I work in education. It's a constant battle.

This includes staff, even high level management, as well as the kids.

When you try to ensure the correct use if language, the ignorant call "pedant"!

Don't get me going...
Posted by GIANTSRL on Sat Aug 24, 2019 10:02 am
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Ruune Rebellion wrote:
He does it to me as well. Also wilzay. I think they are the same person


and chissett :wink:
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Posted by Frosties. on Mon Aug 26, 2019 7:28 pm
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Leeds (-34 - 20) - London A, Salford H, Warrington H.

Wakefield (-109 - 20) - Wigan H, Warrington A, London H.

Huddersfield (-175 - 18) - Hull FC A, St Helens A, Catalan H.

Hull KR (-233 - 18) - Catalan A, London H, Salford A

London (-251 - 18) - Leeds H, Hull KR A, Wakefield A.

The big run in starts now.
Posted by Him on Mon Aug 26, 2019 7:39 pm
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Frosties. wrote:
Leeds (-34 - 20) - London A, Salford H, Warrington H.

Wakefield (-109 - 20) - Wigan H, Warrington A, London H.

Huddersfield (-175 - 18) - Hull FC A, St Helens A, Catalan H.

Hull KR (-233 - 18) - Catalan A, London H, Salford A

London (-251 - 18) - Leeds H, Hull KR A, Wakefield A.

The big run in starts now.

It’s a crazy end to the season.

All 5 of those clubs could foreseeably win all 3 of their remaining fixtures or lose them all or any combination in between.
For Leeds it’s a bit more simple, beat London on Sunday and they’re safe. If they lose it’s all on.
Posted by spegs on Tue Aug 27, 2019 11:27 am
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Him wrote:
It’s a crazy end to the season.

All 5 of those clubs could foreseeably win all 3 of their remaining fixtures or lose them all or any combination in between.
For Leeds it’s a bit more simple, beat London on Sunday and they’re safe. If they lose it’s all on.


You are indeed Sherlock Holmes and I claim my £5...
Posted by Slugger McBatt on Tue Aug 27, 2019 4:00 pm
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charlie wrote:
It certainly was due to the Crusaders. I was in the coach house (Cats Bar or whatever it is called now) after the match when the news came through.

Glover and his pals were pished up jumping around shouting "We are Superleague" .


Yes, it definitely wasn't match day when the news was announced as I was at work, and I worked Monday to Friday. I think it was a Wednesday lunchtime.

There was a home game next, and Glover et al came on to the pitch, so it was perhaps then they were in party mood.
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Posted by GIANTSRL on Tue Aug 27, 2019 4:08 pm
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can certainly see london beating leeds this weekend leaving giants and hull kr in the bottom two
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Posted by rollin thunder on Tue Aug 27, 2019 6:25 pm
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GIANTSRL wrote:
can certainly see london beating leeds this weekend leaving giants and hull kr in the bottom two

If you are a giants or rovers supporter you will be probably wishing that not only do Leeds win but win big and damage Londons points difference out of site, especially Hull Kr whose point difference is very close.

I actually think London may be targeting the Hull kr game as that could be the million pound game for both of them, and then hopefully beat a Wakey side with nothing left to play for. I think it will be between Kr and London, I think Huddersfield will find a win and think Leeds will beat London and one other anyway, and as they have the superior points difference over the sides below them.
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