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Town v Keighley match thread


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#101 Oneday

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Posted 16 August 2013 - 07:34 AM

good god you would think we had lost. we were down to one real forward on the bench and 3 centres then another 2 injured in the game. give the guys a break. carter,briscoe and brett phillips were excellant but pick of the bunch was thacks who put in one hell of a shift. also thought big red was strong in the pack and rooneys defence was as good as ever. well played lads. i would put all our efforts into the york game and sign off at home in style.


Totally Agree ! Keighley played well, very few errors. It was a hard match; the boys did good! It would be nice to think about the play-offs but will we have enough players fit ?

#102 dkw

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Posted 16 August 2013 - 07:40 AM

To be fair to him he was one of our better players early season, really looked fit and raring to go. then he got dumped on his head (which wasnt a penalty apparently) and has struggled. 



#103 wonky

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Posted 16 August 2013 - 09:02 AM

i think calders is an easy target for fans. i agree ge shouldnt play ahead of miller,paddy and now carter but he had a pretty decent game on wednesday. with five minutes to go the older fellas behind us were screaming at him to hurry up to get a tap restart!!!!!! surely slowing the play down and running the clock down was in our best interest but as has been said some people are never pleased.
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