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  1. Broncos prediction

    London Squad: 15 Battye 23 Butler 13 M. Davis 05 Dixon 16 Gee 01 Kear 27 Meadows 12 Pewhairangi 07 Sammut 02 Williams 20 Bienek 09 Cunningham 29 S. Davis 04 Fleming 26 Hindmarsh 21 Lovell 24 Ogden 12 Pitts 08 Spencer
  2. Keighley Predictions

    According to the Cougars site: THE SQUADS: COUGARS: Aaronson, Bailey, Barnes, Beharrell, Conory, Emmett, Fairhurst, Gabriel, Hallas, Hardcastle, Hawkyard, Law, Lynam, Nicholson, Rawlins, Ryder, Senior, Tahraoui, Wright. TOWN: Akehurst, Bailey, Barnes, Dawson, Doran, Forber, Forrester, Foster, Hambley, Leatherbarrow, G Maudling, K Maudling, Mewse, Newton, Penkywicz, Ryan, Scholey, Singleton, Wilkes.
  3. Keighley away - Whats your team?

    Changes approved for 2018 onwards are as follows: Early Guilty Plea replaced by Penalty Notice for cases graded A-C. Match Review Panel to decide grade and consult player’s disciplinary record to ascertain what sanction will be handed down: 1. No record showing two or more offences in last 24 months, including one in last 12 months; and no similar offence (as defined in the Sentencing Guidelines) at Grade C or above in last 24 months = penalty at lower end of range (for example – one match for B Grade) 2. Two or more offences in last 24 months, including at least one in last 12 months; or similar offence at Grade C or above in last 24 months = penalty at higher end of range (for example – two matches for B Grade) Cases graded D-F, or where Match Review Panel deem it appropriate not to issue a Penalty Notice, will automatically be referred directly to the independent Operational Rules Tribunal Players can challenge a Penalty Notice (A-C) – in which case the matter will be determined by the Operational Rules Tribunal. A refundable deposit of £500 for Super League players and £250 for all other players must be lodged when submitting a challenge. If challenge is successful, the deposit shall be returned. Challenges to a Penalty Notice can only be made on the following grounds: Guilt; or Improper Grading of the Offence by the Panel Unsuccessful challenges will result in a one-match increase in sanction where grounds for challenge considered unreasonable. If player is found not guilty then no sanction will be handed out. A successful grading challenge will lead to a sanction that would have been imposed for the revised Grade.
  4. Keighley away - Whats your team?

    RFL Disciplinary Eliot Miller (Workington) - Grade B Strikes with Shoulder - 2 match Penalty Notice (Graded at the higher end of the penalty scale due to having a relevant record, including two or more offences in the last 24 months, including at least one in the last 12 months)
  5. New signing

    There is the potential at least for first teamers Leeming and prop Seb Ikahihifo to get a run out In what is their final warm up match.
  6. Next season....

    Nice to see in the Les Ashe article that Scholey, Maudling and Curwen signed TWO year contracts! Pleasing commitment shown by those three!
  7. Next season....

    Club comment and promise of action For those of you who may have missed this in the News and Star. Quote from the N & S: "Les Ashe said he can understand fans’ frustration following his side’s dismal derby defeat .......... The second-half performance was totally unacceptable, with only a handful of players showing any pride and passion. So, we can understand the fans’ frustration." He went on to say. "To lose by that margin in a derby is disappointing in itself and unacceptable, with the greatest respect to Whitehaven. We have a board meeting planned for this week and, after working extremely hard over the last 12 months, we now need to take stock and fathom out how we repair the current situation."
  8. derby game

    Town Squad: Coward Haven Squad: Forster, Green, Holliday, McAvoy, Olstrum, Holland, Riley, Brown, Miller, Burns, Thompson, Roper, Crook, Aiye, Calvert, Taylor, Newton, Tilley, Parker
  9. derby game

    I hope he does make an appearance, we will be really struggling for forwards with Tom Curwen not yet recovered from his shoulder injury and a question mark over whether or not Steve Scholey will be fit enough in time to feature.
  10. Callum

    Although not disagreeing with you ivans82, I am sure that clubs may approach players and players have the right to have talks with other clubs from the start of September. Where the division that the approached/ approaching club has as yet not been decided, two different respective financial contracts can be discussed/ offered prior to that final positional situation being resolved.
  11. Keighley v Town

    Back in the day, when I was fit enough to play competitive team sport, this is the type of scenario I would have relished, nothing to play for but pride against a team that we love to beat. Commitment, discipline, passion and team spirit could enable a possible win for Town. All I personally want to witness is a group of lads giving their all both collectively and individually. Up The Town!
  12. Callum

    Unless operational rules have changed this year, all present players will have been informed at the end of August if they are to be offered a contract for next season or not. By the end of September, those offered contracts will have accepted the offer or declined. Rather than Gary drip feeding this information gradually during the Autumn months, it would be better if the names of those officially retained were published collectively ( as soon as officially possible) and the drip feed marketing technique was used to publish the names of players that the Club then newly added to that list.
  13. Callum

    Thank you Gary, that is the kind of answer I for one would have appreciated earlier.
  14. Keighley v Town

    Just thought I would start the topic with the game due in less than twenty four hours! Whatever team we turn out tomorrow, I am sure everyone of them will be doing their best for the Town shirt. Let's get behind the lads and ensure a victory against the odds. THE SQUADS: COUGARS: Aaronson; Bailey; Beharrell; Brook; Cherryholme; Darville; Dixon; Emmett; Feather; Gabriel; Hawkyard; Kelly; Lynam; Nicholson; Rawlins; Reed; Ryder; Sagar; Tonks. TOWN: Byrne; Coward; Davies; Doran; Fitzsimmons; Forber; Hambley; Howarth; Lister; Maudling; Mewse; Moore; Mossop; Prior; Rasool; Ritson; Rooke; Scholey; Singleton.
  15. Callum

    From the Keighley site: THE SQUADS: COUGARS: Aaronson; Bailey; Beharrell; Brook; Cherryholme; Darville; Dixon; Emmett; Feather; Gabriel; Hawkyard; Kelly; Lynam; Nicholson; Rawlins; Reed; Ryder; Sagar; Tonks. TOWN: Byrne; Coward; Davies; Doran; Fitzsimmons; Forber; Hambley; Howarth; Lister; Maudling; Mewse; Moore; Mossop; Prior; Rasool; Ritson; Rooke; Scholey; Singleton.