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Garry Schofield Testimonial Brochure (Signed)


Member Since 17 Apr 2013
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In Topic: Mid Season Assessment

Yesterday, 09:38 PM

A lot may depend on D/R players. Have Wire withdrawn them from you as Giants have apparently done to Oldham? Who else will suffer from this?

Anthony Murray seems to have his plans set on our current squad. I think Wire have enough problems with injury too so I doubt we can call on D/R players - plus they'll be concentrating on their Super 8 games and will probably need all the players they can muster.


A team will always have injuries but discipline is something our players and staff CAN control yet we seem intent on getting into scraps on the field or bad-mouthing match officials. Yet another one in the bin yesterday - time for the boss to have a word before w go to Hornets on Sunday.

In Topic: Mid Season Assessment

Yesterday, 08:43 AM

Another great away win for us today - - as previously said things can change every week - so this is what final table could look like now


1 Oldham   36pts

2 York   34pts

3 Keighley   34pts

4 Swinton    31pts

5 Rochdale   30pts

6 N Wales   29pts

7 Newcastle   28pts

8 Rochdale   26pts

You have Hornets in 5th and 8th but I'm guessing that Barrow should be 8th


So assuming your assessment model works (and no reason not to!!) next weeks game - Crusaders v Hornets - could determine the final position of both teams! Some real tough games for Cru on the road - with Hornets, York and Thunder to play away.


Yesterday saw Crusaders win but there were evidently players on the field playing with injuries. Suspensions and injuries could be our major problem with a tough run in. Lets hope the RFL view Middlehursts loss of temper yesterday, resulting in a yellow card, was enough punishment at the disciplinary panel; a very silly thing to do given our current playing roster.

In Topic: Cru v All Golds

02 August 2015 - 05:15 PM

Not a great performance today - particularly in the first half and even a point where All Golds were in front. Amazingly the ref seemed to allow UGAG to continuously lie on and seemed surprised when players started to react.


It appeared that a number of our players were carrying injuries into todays game which really didn't help. Lets hope we can get everyone back to playing fitness for our final games.

In Topic: 1-2 Aug: The Kingstone Press League 1 Match Thread

31 July 2015 - 02:35 PM

Fanblog preview of Hornets v Scorpions - with a bit of other League 1 stuff chucked in


Hornetto, Weve got the Super 8's, the Middle 8's (qualifiers?) and The Releg8s.  So for League 1 rather than the tagline - the Super 8 the RL forgot - perhaps we could become the Unfortun8s?

In Topic: 1-2 Aug: The Kingstone Press League 1 Match Thread

30 July 2015 - 04:14 PM

I'll go for 7 home wins.  is that worth a trip to the bookies?


Oldham, with home advantage and in good form plus Keighley have wavered lately. Thunder can just sneak it; I think this could be the one that sees me ripping up my virtual betting slip!!