Wolford6

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  1. I think I read that Nigel Wood was a senior accountant with the BBC.
  2. Carolyn Hitt is a very fair, and very funny, columnist for the Western Mail.
  3. I'd rather Brian Carney than Ralph Rimmer.
  4. Whatever happened to Mushy Peas?

    Er... Yorkshire exported the scrub land that became Lancashire. Both sides were happy with the the deal ... the average IQ of the populace increased in both counties.
  5. Catalans announce squad

    Bird will be calling the plays and directing traffic.
  6. Whatever happened to Mushy Peas?

    Taste like sludge till the magic mint sauce ingredient is added. Instant transformation to culinary necessity.
  7. Catalans announce squad

    Looks a good squad to me.
  8. It's a whatsapp feature.
  9. League Restructure 2019

    The NFL is so big that a close-season telecast of rugby league must be of interest to some of its fans. Even if it's only used as a filler when a televised baseball game is rained off.
  10. I hope no-one has been operating under an assumed name.
  11. Irrespective of the legal or moral rights and wrongs, it seems that Featherstone are happy to lose him. My fear now is that they'll come knocking on the Odsal door for Steve Crossley.
  12. Maybe diplomacy is one of her core qualities.
  13. Challenge Cup First Round tie live on BBC

    Many of us have suspected the semi-final draw to have been fixed in previous years. I certainly wouldn't have minded a game between any two of the Army, the RAF, the Police and the Navy.
  14. If you adopted Bob8inch Pharma Consultancy, you could be a mail order millionaire.
  15. http://www.independent.co.uk/sport/a-league-of-his-own-maurice-lindsay-profile-1574912.html Harry Gration, whose resignation after less than a year as the League's public affairs executive was one of the slings and arrows of the past couple of weeks, says that Lindsay's flaw is his reluctance to delegate. "When he was in Australia recently, everything here broke down, because no one has the executive power to do anything without him," Gration says. "He's a one-man band," says Alex Murphy, one of the men he hired and fired as coach of Wigan. The famous incident in which Murphy threw a telephone at him might have hastened his departure, but he says that the underlying reason "was that people used to come to me and ask me things rather than to Maurice, and he wouldn't have that".