If true then it is a real step forward and a terrific acquisition in a very important position. His defence is very good, his kick returns are terrific and when and how he enters the line will give us even more attacking options
Well done ORLFC and the coaching staff if this is true
If it's true? I was chatting to him at training last night and it's been reported on Facebook and the clubs website!
I think its the cost of standing in an open field that is the value for money issue. The lads from all the clubs give good value. The RFL need to sort the ownership of Oldham and York out quickly before it becomes a battle to the bottom. Hornets and Swinton have to rent suitable stadis. I am sure it must be tempting for Hornets to go to Mayfield.
They have to rent because they have no other options. To be honest i'd prefer to be so close to the pitch at Whitebank than looking through binoculars than some grounds. Great to have the close proximity with our friends from Hornets today.
In 9 games time. Good win today for Mayfield,York and Barrow have gone above us so tomorrow is a must win, think Oldhams due a blip and we seem to be coming into some form,think it could be a big win for Hornets.
I think looking at the run in, York will be there or there about. But it has been far more competitive and there is not much between the top 8. So looking forward to this coming Sunday and if it's anything like the game at Hornets, it will be a cracker.
With Oldham top of the league and Hornets only 2 points behind in third place, this should be another great confrontation. Both coming off the back of wins against top 8 sides confidence should be sky high in both camps. Who do you think will win? what will the teams be? and any guesses at the score? I'll start us off with a Yeds win, hopefully Tyson will be back, although the Huddersfield lads played great last week. And i'd say 24-12 win to Oldham. Look forward to the usual banter with Hornets fans.
Personally if i wasn't watching Oldham, i wouldn't be watching anyone. There's nothing better than shouting on your own town team. Just hope we still have one to cheer on but totally understand the frustration with the ground. Like many others, i was soaked to the skin but chuffed with the result.
I thought it was a cracking game and the lads adapted well to the horrendous second half conditions. Ward was outstanding and Palfrey's kicking game was much better. I think Hewitt arriving has put pressure on both Palf and Ropes. The Huddersfield lads put in a great shift as well. Looking forward to Hornets now!