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  1. England Team To Face Cumbria

    I'm not Sykes biggest fan, but I'll be happy for him to prove me wrong any time he likes. He had some decent games towards the back end of the year for the Bulls, but yet to see him really fill his boots
  2. Montage from the first ever Devon vs Cornwall Rugby League match, played in Plymouth on 16th September 2010. A full copy of the match, including post-match interviews and this clip, can be obtained by sending a cheque for GB
  3. As someone said previously, Leeds possibly making it 4 (which would probably never be beaten) or Saints ending their hoodoo would be incredibly interesting. Plus Leeds would be trying to be the first side to win it from 4th as well, after a tough year for them, and after losing in the Cup final. As for the other two, you're either good enough to be there, or you're not, I don't think there's a bad scenario this Grand Final. Last years wasn't as spicy as the top two had been the top two all season, and for the 2 years previous. This year it's different. And yes of course RL would survive, it's survived pretty much everything Union and the media can throw at it/ignore it.
  4. Hull KR fans

  5. This forums on fire tonight
  6. Repeat Fixtures in the Play-Offs

    Some great replies. I'd just say, if one of the sides got flogged the first game, they'd have to win by a ridiculous margin so no one would bother turning up. Good effort though, but I don't really see it as a problem. What I might bring in is that a team can't pick a side they've already played, but can pick the other side that went straight through to the semis, but is lower ranked.
  7. Worlds ten best forwards

    Nice to see the boot on the other foot for some Aussies with ridiculously biased opinions. It was of course a wind up. Restoring the balance of ridiculous comments. Mark Flanagan, left this country with less than 10 first grade appearances to his name, goes to the NRL and becomes a regular. The English are Supermen.
  8. Worlds ten best forwards

    You can't sabotage my list. I was merely pointing out that from an Aussies perspective, who have more info on Aussies, Aussies always dominate. I myself have an English perspective, and in my opinion these are the best in the world. Plus if you're going to start including hookers and loose forwards, these are next on my list: James Roby Keiron Cunningham Kevin Sinfield Jon Clarke Sean O'Loughlin Scott Murrell Cameron Smith At least you've got one in there, eh?
  9. Worlds ten best forwards

    In the prequel to the list it says props/second rows, done this as there's a grey area with Hookers and LF's. So I've gone for the biff, for this topic.
  10. Worlds ten best forwards

    Hooker, so not included.
  11. Ten best prop/second row forwards in the world, based on current form: Jamie Peacock Adrian Morley James Graham Ben Westwood Gareth Ellis Sam Burgess Darrell Griffin Stuart Fielden (Yes, look out he's back to form) Gareth Carvell Eorl Crabtree Discuss PS. This is not a wind up.