Joe Shep

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  1. If you love thin hoops, you should get a bid in on one of these jumpers!
  2. That's a pretty disrespectful response, and is also factually incorrect. CLS is running a March to September season, as it started on 21st March and finished for the finalists on 19th September. You were the person who made the March-September comparison with League 1, and then jumped on the person who corrected you before you checked the facts properly.
  3. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GND0Txfm7hE
  4. Nottingham Outlaws are holding a Heritage night on 7th June to celebrate 30 years of Rugby League in the city. The celebration will take place at The Welbeck Hotel in Nottingham from 7pm and tickets are available to book in advance, priced £12 on the door or the discounted price of £10 if booked advance via the club website. As part of the celebrations, the Outlaws have launched 'Team Reunited' - an initiative to try and reunite players from Nottingham's Rugby League teams of yesteryear and recreate some old team photos. More details on the Heritage Night and Team Reunited are available on the Outlaws website.
  5. Nottingham Outlaws are holding a Heritage night on 7th June to celebrate 30 years of Rugby League in the city. The celebration will take place at The Welbeck Hotel in Nottingham from 7pm and tickets are available to book in advance, priced £12 on the door or the discounted price of £10 if booked advance via the club website. As part of the celebrations, the Outlaws have launched 'Team Reunited' - an initiative to try and reunite players from Nottingham's Rugby League teams of yesteryear and recreate some old team photos. More details on the Heritage Night and Team Reunited are available on the Outlaws website.
  6. Nottingham Outlaws have today launched our Project 30 campaign After 30 years of club Rugby League in Nottingham, we're looking to raise funds to help build a permanent home for the sport in the city. We're appealing to members of the wider Rugby League family to help us to achieve our goal of 1000 benefactors. Please watch our video for more information. Thank you.
  7. Or just have 2-3 weeks break in early August and play in the best weather either side of that? Especially considering that winter teams will play friendlies at the back end of August anyway.
  8. That's dead right. Our league had several gap weeks last year and the players said it worked really well for them. Interesting reading an article in the latest 40-20 where David Gent says the RFL's stats are showing that August is the worst month for player unavailability. Our experience of early August every year would support this.
  9. You couldn't have scripted that better. I love Rugby League!
  10. You've got predominantly blue kit with some amber on it, and a predominantly amber kit with some blue on it. The psychic kit designers at Leeds weren't to know that Warrington would move away from their predominantly white shirt of last year to a kit that would clash with both. Yep you're right - it's all Leeds' fault. I'm sure they'll be consulting with Warrington in the future before they confirm any kit designs... Bottom line - it ain't that important. Yes it wasn't the clearest distinction between the two teams, but I've seen worse. Hopefully common sense will prevail next time. And the Leeds kit designers will be burned at the stake...
  11. Mate, if you don't think that these shirts look massively different then you need your eyes testing! Are you seriously implying you could confuse the two?
  12. Quite easily - Warrington have alot of blue and yellow on their home shirt. Leeds have a predominantly blue home shirt, and a predominantly yellow away shirt, so they both clash with Warrington's home shirt. But to say that Leeds' home and away kits clash with each other would be ludicrous. Say for example Leeds decide to have a predominantly red away kit one year, but then for that season Wakefield's home kit is red and blue. Leeds' blue home kit and red away kit would both clash with Wakefield's home shirt. Sometimes it just happens that way. The sensible thing would've been to have Warrington wear red and green or force Leeds to use a different colour for the final. But you can hardly blame Leeds when they were designing their kits at the start of the year for not accounting for what Warrington may or may not wear.
  13. To be fair, Leeds' away kit is massively different from their home kit. It just happened that Warrington's home kit this season clashes with both.
  14. I thought it was a saucy wrestling move