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Broncos Up To Tenth After Narrow Win Over KR





After stunning victories for both sides last week, the two sides at the bottom of the table had the four pointer to end all four pointers, a game which would lift one of the sides into tenth place, and more importantly leave the loser anchored at the base of the table.

This was a truly crucial game for both sides, it could be the difference between survival and relegation, the winner having something to kick on from, the loser left reeling from the loss.

Ben Hellewell replaced Matt Fleming for Danny Ward’s home side as they looked to make it three wins on the bounce, while KR coach Tony Smith was without Mitch Garbutt and gave debuts to loan signings Daniel Murray, Harvey Livett and Luis Johnson.

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Posted by A Adler on Thu Jun 20, 2019 9:09 pm
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Thank you rovers and London for a wonderful evening of entertainment :lol:
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It was so funny. I got up at 6.15am to watch last 15 mins as I had a massive wager on it
I have enough to pay for my hotel on a long weekend in Sydney
As I relax with a cold beer on my balcony and eat prawns off my BBQ I’ll think of Crooks having no pace and Drinkwaters last tackle play
Also the penalties from Lovett and Tommy Lee

Rovers the gift that keeps on.....

At least you are still top of the Table for not getting beat
You lost but at least you didn’t get Beat
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Posted by rover 2000 on Thu Jun 20, 2019 10:45 pm
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Tarquin Fuego wrote:
It was so funny. I got up at 6.15am to watch last 15 mins as I had a massive wager on it
I have enough to pay for my hotel on a long weekend in Sydney
As I relax with a cold beer on my balcony and eat prawns off my BBQ I’ll think of Crooks having no pace and Drinkwaters last tackle play
Also the penalties from Lovett and Tommy Lee

Rovers the gift that keeps on.....

At least you are still top of the Table for not getting beat
You lost but at least you didn’t get Beat
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Posted by A Adler on Fri Jun 21, 2019 1:09 am
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Tarquin Fuego wrote:
It was so funny. I got up at 6.15am to watch last 15 mins as I had a massive wager on it
I have enough to pay for my hotel on a long weekend in Sydney
As I relax with a cold beer on my balcony and eat prawns off my BBQ I’ll think of Crooks having no pace and Drinkwaters last tackle play
Also the penalties from Lovett and Tommy Lee

Rovers the gift that keeps on.....

At least you are still top of the Table for not getting beat
You lost but at least you didn’t get Beat



:lol: quality post mate :BOW: I bet Rover2000 will be fuming when he reads that one :lol:
Posted by supercat on Fri Jun 21, 2019 8:04 am
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A good game for the neutrals but some really poor calls by Kendall and yet again shows his inconsistency. Wakefield v Saint Helens in the cup Hampshire strips one on one probably slightly after tackle completed and gets binned. London player did it last night and no sin bin and it’s the same referee. The short kick off that actually came off a London arm not KR. Lots of offside from London and even he was telling them but not doing anything about it.
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A Adler wrote:
:lol: quality post mate :BOW: I bet Rover2000 will be fuming when he reads that one :lol:
the beach boys posts are always interesting,he dosent crave attention and probably has a interesting life , but you andy are still searching :lol: :lol: :lol:
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Posted by hatty on Fri Jun 21, 2019 11:03 am
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supercat wrote:
A good game for the neutrals but some really poor calls by Kendall and yet again shows his inconsistency. Wakefield v Saint Helens in the cup Hampshire strips one on one probably slightly after tackle completed and gets binned. London player did it last night and no sin bin and it’s the same referee. The short kick off that actually came off a London arm not KR. Lots of offside from London and even he was telling them but not doing anything about it.

I think we must have watched different games last night. Did you not see the non penalised but blatant obstruction under the posts by HKR that led to the legitimate one on one steal by a London player that led directly to a try for Hauraki who was off side from the kick....didn't you? Like I said we must have watched different games!

I will say though, it was a cracking game for the neutral. Shocked by the lack of pace on Ben Crooks, that break should have resulted in a try. Is he carrying an injury?
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hatty wrote:
I think we must have watched different games last night. Did you not see the non penalised but blatant obstruction under the posts by HKR that led to the legitimate one on one steal by a London player that led directly to a try for Hauraki who was off side from the kick....didn't you? Like I said we must have watched different games!

I will say though, it was a cracking game for the neutral. Shocked by the lack of pace on Ben Crooks, that break should have resulted in a try. Is he carrying an injury?


I almost turned the game off after that hattrick of errors from the ref. In my opinion though, the London player was slightly offside for one of their tries. You're right about Ben Crooks, he looked woeful last night.
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I almost turned the game off after that hattrick of errors from the ref. In my opinion though, the London player was slightly offside for one of their tries. You're right about Ben Crooks, he looked woeful last night.

A guy in the mail says put Graig hall to stand of and let him run at them because he looked lost last night
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