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Challenge Cup Mon Feb 24, 2020 6:42 pm  
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Re: Challenge Cup Mon Feb 24, 2020 6:50 pm  
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TheDreadnought wrote:
Bradford at Home

The other SL clubs is Giants home to Wolfpack
HkR home to Leigh
Re: Challenge Cup Mon Feb 24, 2020 6:54 pm  

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Chester v Kear.
Re: Challenge Cup Mon Feb 24, 2020 7:45 pm  

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We should win that easily but lots of potential for an upset in that game.
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Re: Challenge Cup Mon Feb 24, 2020 9:30 pm  
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Re: Challenge Cup Mon Feb 24, 2020 10:01 pm  

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Should be comfortable for you guys to be honest. It will probably get billed as Chester V Kear etc, however we have a very very young squad and will probably finish mid-table in the championship at best.

You guys have a decent SL side with some star quality in Tom Johnstone (what a try he scored at the weekend!) you'll still be far too strong resting a few of the star players to be honest.

Hopefully it will be a decent game and we can give a good account of ourselves and there's a decent crowd for both clubs.
Re: Challenge Cup Mon Feb 24, 2020 11:22 pm  

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You have to be happy with a home tie against lower league opposition but, as we all saw last season v Leeds, if we are not right on our game, which is a long way from certain, we could come unstuck.
We cant afford to be half cock as we were against KR in the opener this season and at London (twice) last season.
A decent cup run would do wonders for Trinity and reaching Wembley would give our attendances one hell of a boost - I know this wont happen but, it would do more for attendance numbers that any win streak in the league and we're certainly due a cup run :PRAY:
Re: Challenge Cup Tue Feb 25, 2020 8:20 am  

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Bull Mania wrote:
Should be comfortable for you guys to be honest. It will probably get billed as Chester V Kear etc, however we have a very very young squad and will probably finish mid-table in the championship at best.

You guys have a decent SL side with some star quality in Tom Johnstone (what a try he scored at the weekend!) you'll still be far too strong resting a few of the star players to be honest.

Hopefully it will be a decent game and we can give a good account of ourselves and there's a decent crowd for both clubs.


Thanks for the vote of confidence there BM, but many Wakefield fans will remember Wakefield v Leigh, not that long ago - an utter embarrassment - so there's no resting of players for me, and certainly no complacency!
Re: Challenge Cup Tue Feb 25, 2020 1:57 pm  

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Lose this one and it might be good buy to Mr Chester and the BACK ROOM STAFF
Re: Challenge Cup Tue Feb 25, 2020 2:11 pm  

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1315trinity wrote:
Thanks for the vote of confidence there BM, but many Wakefield fans will remember Wakefield v Leigh, not that long ago - an utter embarrassment - so there's no resting of players for me, and certainly no complacency!


Yep. I'd be very hesitant about over doing the rotation for this one.
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