Auntie Linzi Morris

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    Widdop - Wire

    Confirmed by the Warrington Guardian.
  2. I'm sure this must have been covered somewhere, but what is the £500,000 actually for? Is it an entry fee? Or is it only kept by the RFL if Catalans were to get to Wembley again?
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    New Grounds.

    Not if you're an away fan and it's raining. In that scenario, it's quite possibly the worst.
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    2020. Is it Warrington's year?

    And then lose his virginity. Discuss.
  5. As a Warrington fan, let me reassure you that the pain of not winning anything when you've been the best team of the season does eventually wear off and the sense of injustice will, in due course, fade from your posts.
  6. Have I just been a victim of clickbait? Unbelievably bad in so many, many ways.
  7. I find it extremely peculiar that possibly the only match of the 28 in the Super Eights to have anything of any consequence riding on it wasn't chosen for TV coverage.
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    Yorkshire vs Lancashire Academy

    The 29 man Welsh squad contains two Welsh based Hull players and can be viewed here The England squad is: Danny Attley (Leeds) Harry Anderson (Leeds) Harry Shackleton (Bradford) Iwan Stephens (Leeds) Jack Bibby (Wigan) Jacob Dugdale (Widnes) James Patrickson (Wakefield) Joe Barnes (Warrington) Joe Burton (Leeds) Jude Ferreira (Hull) Jumah Sambou (St Helens) Kai Tyson (Hull) Lewis Baxter (St Helens) Nathan Carter (Castleford) Nathan Clemmitt (Newcastle) Oli Burton (Leeds) Robson Stevens (Newcastle) Will Tate (Hull)
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    Yorkshire vs Lancashire Academy

    Wales U16s versus England U16s kicks off at 1pm on Saturday 1 September at Llanelli Town FC's ground (Stebonheath Park).
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    Time to move Challenge Cup away from Wembley

    The Challenge Cup is Wembley.
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    New league structure revealed

    Why is 14 an appropriate number of teams for the Championship, yet only 12 in Super League?
  12. I'd rather see a smaller bench, or at least a reduction in the number of interchanges. I certainly wouldn't let a substituted player return to the pitch. The reason being is that I think this has been a major contributor to the increasing reliance on sheer size rather than the traditional league skills of pace, elusiveness, agility and creativity. I'm tired of seeing teams play exactly the same way, of props playing two twenty minute spells, six foot half backs, of back rows playing in the centre and the preference for a bigger winger rather than a more slightly built speedster.
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    Typical RL fans

    That's a highly selective and only partial interpretation of the situation. Challenge Cup Finals and Attendances 2007 marked the return of the final to Wembley after an eight year absence. The official* attendances since then (bar last year I'll grant you) all compare favourably with those at old Wembley. * The accuracy of the official figure is another debate entirely!
  14. Holbrook is very, very quickly becoming extremely unlikeable. And I even like LMS!
  15. I'd start by getting rid of Cummings. His presence alone means they feel compelled to over-analyse the officials' decisions. And besides, he calls as many incorrectly from in front of a screen in the commentary booth as he did out on the pitch.
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    Challenge Cup Semi-Final Draw

    Warrington and Wigan were the last two balls in the bag and the cheering was for being drawn out first and therefore at home. Turns out that's worth a 51 point turnaround in a fortnight.
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    Streamlined Video Referee

    When the Video Referee was introduced its sole purpose was to try and ensure that the correct decision is made. The introduction of the on-field decision has removed that.
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    Rowley and Toronto

    I'm hugely disappointed that McCrone hasn't picked up a ban. Since officials have been mic'd up, that's the worst display of petulance, indiscipline and unacceptable language and behaviour towards an official I have heard. Open season declared for similar incidents from now on as a most disgraceful and very public act of dissent has gone unpunished.
  19. I know there's something of a ban on criticism of officials on here, but is it permitted to question Hicks' ability to read a game and suggest that as a consequence every game he referees lacks any rhythm whatsoever?
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    Declining Standards - Myth or Reality?

    Standards have improved every year. The level of entertainment and skills have not. This, in my opinion, is one of the sport's biggest challenges to address in the near-term. I'm fed up of seeing 17 homogeneous second-rowers grinding out five drives and then a kick. The game needs to recreate a place for sheer speed and silky, evasive attacking skills.
  21. If Perenera is good enough to referee an NRL game then he is able enough to referee a World Cup Final. What's different? Besides, there'll be very few penalties awarded in the final as per the usual instructions.
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    Malcolm Alker on trial for KFC robbery

    Idiot. For such a poultry amount too. Well, somebody had to start the ball rolling.
  23. If the referee is going to be under instruction not to give penalties, then any NEUTRAL referee could do the job.
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    Salford. Trouble at mill.

    All fair points. Please understand though that my point was merely a suggestion as to what might happen, not a recommendation. If Salford's Super League place was bought, not necessarily by Toronto, then the players could also be part of the deal. Not all of them may want to, but I'm sure they would rather represent a North American club for a Super League salary than a drop to the Championship or League One. There have been some very recent examples of clubs moving and merging and also credible stories of approaches being made to relocate current Super League outfits. If I was involved at Salford and offered a few million I think I'd give it serious consideration. Not saying this is what I think might or should happen, just throwing it out there as a possibility. By the way, I wish Toronto only the very best and am extremely keen to see them successfully competing in the top tier at the earliest opportunity.