Jill Halfpenny fan

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  1. It was like watching a different team. Leeds looked scared to death of Chase and his presence bought more space for others. The second half goal line defence was also much better.
  2. There were a few crazy clubs but can't ever recall one by that name. Millsy's (Top of the town or Big Jims), the Landy (Landmark) and the Cassies (Castaways) are the ones that come to mind.
  3. Its pretty hard to put into words how I feel at the moment. So I'm not going to bother. Good to meet up with OF again, top bloke. One thing I did learn today is Roy boy is the Widnes of the pool world. Roy, you must really suck at pool.
  4. Hull mob not too confident then. Evidently Alf Macklin has failed a fitness test and Charlie Birdsall and Keith Boxall also doubtful. Hearing Widnes trying to get Norman Lofthouse in on loan from Whitehaven to add some pace, power and experience to their back line. Hull by 20+ Betts to say "we lacked energy". Our slide into the abyss to continue.
  5. You coming over next week?
  6. Another woeful performance from Widnes. We looked completely and utterly devoid of any ideas with ball in hand, I wouldn't even class it as five drives and a kick, more like five ambles in and a kick. How many times this season have we had three men holding up an opponent on our line only for him to fall over and score or slip out a pass to someone else who dives over? What do we spend all week doing?
  7. Hopeful that we'll get a bit closer than our recent embarrassment against them.
  8. When I first read this I thought you were mad. Delighted that your not!!
  9. Expecting a loss. Agree with Chuffer. Would make a nice change for the game not to be over by half time.
  10. One of the following the following to happen: Denis Betts produces a tactical coaching masterclass were the Leeds attack struggles to penetrate a water tight Widnes defence. The dominant Widnes pack lays the platform for a succession of rapier like attacks that reduces Leeds to a disorganised rabble and Widnes proceed to a comfortable victory. Or We get dicked, My moneys on option 2.
  11. Sorry mate but the answers no. I suspect that I'd get more pleasure undergoing unnecessary root canal surgery than watching Widnes atm. We are truly dreadful.
  12. As things currently stand I wouldn't back Widnes to even make this game.
  13. As a Widnes season ticket holder it saddens me to say my enthusiasm to attend this fixture is virtually nil. I expect us to lose as I do Leeds on Monday and Saints the following Friday. Do I expect anything to change? No. The powers that be seem to be unwilling or unable to make changes. So we continue doing the same thing hoping for a different result. The parallels with the Endacott season when we went down seem frighteningly similar.
  14. Probably end up recording all of it.