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#1 POR

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Posted 17 March 2010 - 01:01 PM

according to rfl website

Great Britain Community Lions v France A
Wednesday 17th March 2010
The Big Fellas Stadium, Featherstone
Kick Off 7.30pm

surprised no mention of match on rovers site

#2 Robin Evans

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Posted 17 March 2010 - 01:25 PM

It's been on this forum about a week!
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#3 Chris Taylor

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Posted 17 March 2010 - 01:58 PM

QUOTE (Robin Evans @ Mar 17 2010, 02:25 PM) <{POST_SNAPBACK}>
It's been on this forum about a week!


But its an 'unofficial' forum and has been since 2007.

The website should be putting on at least 3 or 4 stories per week including match reports, this generates an even better audience, plus if you connect the you tube channel/facebook group/twitter and the forum you create a very good community.

This isn't just a problem with Fev, its across most clubs in the semi pro game.

Maybe this has something to do with the new site eventually get launched?

I'd like to point out the above is not suppose to sound negative, it is there to make it into a positive to help.


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#4 Sportbilly

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Posted 17 March 2010 - 04:11 PM

17th MARCH 2010

For One Night only - Tonight !! - GB Lions at The Big Fella's Stadium

GB Community Lions v France 'A' (coached by Daniel Divet!)

(Open Age Squad) - Kick Off 7:30pm

Pre-Match Curtain Raiser

Rodillians School U16 (Wakefield) v David Lister School U16 (Hull)

Kick Off 6:00pm

Adults 3, All Concessions 1, Car Park 1

France Manager Gilles Dumas is looking forward to the game and said. The France A squad is picked from the Elite championship, which has produced many exciting players this year. This game is a springboard for ambitious players looking to get into the World Cup Squad and it allows the coaching staff to have a look at the players in a different environment and see how well they perform.
Added Dumas, I expect a victory, but more than the victory, I expect the players to be ambitious. The matches against GB Community Lions are never easy, especially in England.
Great Britain Manager Jimmy Aspinall is in a confident mood and insists the Lions are in a good shape ahead of the clash.
The lads have trained very well and they produced a great display against Salford City Reds Academy last month in our trail game. To beat them at home was a tremendous effort and Im sure Jimmy Taylor and the rest of the coaching staff will be looking for a similar performance this time round.
Squads
Great Britain Community Lions
Lee Innes (Army)
Adam Endersby (Eastmoor)
Gary Keegan (England Lionhearts)
Luke Garnett (GB Students)
James Gibling (GB Students)
Carl Roden (Ince Rose Bridge)
David Ashton (Ince Rose Bridge)
Daniel Kilshaw (Leigh East)
David Price (Leigh Miners Rangers)
Simon Warhurst (Leigh Miners Rangers)
Chris Humphreys (Leigh Miners Rangers)
Sasch Brooks (Oulton Raiders)
Chris Dunhill (Oulton Raiders)
Scott Partis (Royal Navy)
Fraser Coley (Saddleworth Rangers)
Daniel Stanley (Shaw Cross)
Liam Walsh (Siddal)
Andrew Moody (Skirlaugh)
Stephen Atkinson (Skirlaugh)
Sean Wildbore (Skirlaugh)
Melvin Alker (Capt) (Wigan St Patricks)
Anthony Atherton (Wigan St Patricks)
Andrew Forber (Wigan St Patricks)
Andrew Rasburn (Wigan St Patricks)

Jimmy Taylor (Head Coach)
Jimmy Aspinall (Manager)
David Ruddy (Ass Manager)
Wayne Okell (Ass Coach)
Paul Higgins (Ass Coach)
Hilary Pape (Physiotherapist)
Kenneth Clarke (Statistician)

France
Bastien Almarcha (Carcassonne)
Nicolas Athiel (Pia)
George Lankri (Lyon-Villeurbanne)
Cyril Stacul (Villeneuve)
Jrmy Guiraud (Carcassonne)
Constant Villagas (Toulouse)
William Straws (UTC)
Julien Touxagas (UTC)
Mathias Garrabe (Pia)
Sebastien Martin (Pia)
David Delpoux (Toulouse)
Sebastien Faure (Carcassonne)
Mathieu Almarcha (Toulouse)
Nicolas Faure (Toulouse)
Nicolas Pradal (Pia)
Charly Clottes (Lzignan)
Kane Bentley (UTC)
Nicolas of Martini (Toulouse)
Gilles Dumas (Manager)
Thierry Dumaine (Coach)
Daniel Divet (Coach)

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#5 sidnee

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Posted 17 March 2010 - 10:21 PM

GB 20 France 16

A good game, no score for the first 25 mins but hard tackles were going in and plenty of commitment on show with some good prospects in the GB side.

It was a good night.


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#6 Fev08

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Posted 17 March 2010 - 11:48 PM

Great game, the gb number 1 and 2 both looked very handy. Thought France had the game won midway through the second half but credit to the gb lads for holding out. Saw a few familiar faces there inc, Daryl, Jessie aswell as Dave woods(i think)