Maureen T-k

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    rugby, quizzes,going to pub, standing on me soapbox. politics

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    Karl Pratt

    FEATHERSTONE Rovers have appointed former player Karl Pratt as the club’s new Commercial Manager. Pratt played in Featherstone’s 22–24 defeat to Wakefield Trinity in the 1998 First Division final and were his late try not chalked off, would have been the man to secure the club’s status in the top flight. Pratt said: “Almost everyone I’ve met since coming back has mentioned my try that wasn’t and funnily enough here we are on the edge of Super League once again. “I didn’t want to leave the club then because it’s a great place to be. I knew as a player that the club was massive within the community and I want to be part of ensuring that remains the case. “That’s why I don’t approach my dealings as a sponsorship, but as a partnership. Through those partnerships we can develop a relationship and because of that, one thing you can guarantee from me is transparency.” Pratt was forced into early retirement through a persistent shoulder injury, but has been able to acquire a wealth of commercial experience as a result. This includes a specific knowledge within the rugby league environment through his time at Bradford Bulls, where he won the World Club Challenge as a player. “Since I retired from rugby I’ve had a large amount of experience in sales and commercial management, but all this is just a job, whereas this is a little bit more.” Said Pratt. “Featherstone’s close to my heart. I wouldn’t have been able to achieve the things that I have if it wasn’t for this club and the people that are a part of it, so when the opportunity came I ran here. “I’m hopeful that I’ll have an influence and an impact on this club and on its continued growth coming forward.” Featherstone’s former try-scoring sensation now looks back fondly on his playing career, but has channeled his hunger and desire towards his job as Commercial Manager. He said: “Fortunately I received every single honour in the game. Winning the Grand Final and representing my country would top the list of my proudest achievements. “I’m quite confident that I can achieve a similar result in this role. I’m really looking forward too it.”
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    Ralph Rimmer
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    No it’d be full of 💩💩💩 then
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    Hemsworth constituency Labour Party hired the venue on Friday night as John McDonnell was guest speaker, I had several friends there who are not Fev or rugby fans
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    If it was a private function (which it was) how do you know where they came from ?? Also looks like lessons weren’t learned from last time it happened
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    Toronto and visa's

    Well Tracy Barlow won’t get a visa that’s for sure 😂😂😂
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    How can you ban them for life if they’re not a Fev supporter .??
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    Toronto and visa's

    I’m lead to believe that Hock and Locky are ok as they don’t have criminal records, but there’s one player it allegedly will affect but mentioning no names
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    M.O.M. Rovers V Fax (A)

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    New signings

    Yes it’s on the appropriate game thread
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    Match Thread: Halifax v Featherstone Rovers Sunday 8th July 2018

    ROVERS head coach John Duffy is preparing to welcome back former Great Britain international Gareth Hock after the in-form front-rower was included in Featherstone’s King Street Solicitors 19-Man Squad - ahead of Sunday’s crucial Betfred Championship encounter with Halifax. Hock is back in contention after serving a one-match suspension and Luke Briscoe returns as part of an otherwise unchanged pre-match line-up, with Leeds Rhinos’ Brad Dwyer and Jack Ormondroyd maintaining their places. The King Street Solicitors 19-Man Squad: Ian Hardman, Shaun Robinson, Misi Taulapapa, Luke Briscoe, Anthony Thackeray, Scott Wheeldon, Keal Carlile, Richard Moore, John Davies, James Lockwood, Matty Wildie, Gareth Hock, Luke Cooper, Jason Walton, Josh Hardcastle, Brad Knowles, Sam Brooks, Jack Ormondroyd, Brad Dwyer. Tickets for the round 20 Betfred Championship clash (kick-off 3.00pm) are on sale until 2.00pm on Saturday - from the Rovers Superstore! ADMISSION PRICES ARE AS FOLLOWS: EAST STAND (SEATED) ADULTS - £20 CONCESSIONS - £15 STUDENTS - £11 JUNIORS - £1 NORTH STAND (STANDING) ADULTS - £17 CONCESSIONS - £12 STUDENTS - £9 JUNIORS - £1 Supporters can obtain a free ticket for junior members - via the ‘Junior Swaps’ initiative - by displaying ‘AWAY VOUCHER 9’ at The Shay’s turnstiles. To book your tickets, call 01977 702386 during normal office hours or visit the LD Nutrition Stadium! PLEASE NOTE: Admission prices will rise by £4 (juniors) and £2 (adults and concessions) on the day of the game.
  12. ⏰ PLEASE NOTE - Our Sunday July 15th Betfred Championship game against Swinton Lions will now get underway at 1.30pm, at Heywood Road! #BeRovers
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    M.O.M. Rovers V Rochdale (H)

    Dwyer Locky Davies
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    Aye, only cos you was only 3ft 6 at 20 years old 😂😂😂😂
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    True, but there’s were winter rugby and not boiling hot like it was yesterday, there’s loads of different comparisons that could be made, but no mean feat by any one of them