fevnut

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  1. Gareth Hock

    Gareth's dob is 5/9/1983. You can find all of the squad's dob on the career stats page of fevnut's blog. Link below: http://fevblog452.blogspot.co.uk/2018/01/fev-squad-2018-complete-career-stats.html
  2. Message for Oxy

    How can he count as an overseas player when he was born in Pontefract?
  3. Hi there Broncos fans Before every match fevnut’s blog writes pages relevant to our next match. There’s always pages on the opposition for our next match, the referee, Gareth Walker’s column about championship matters and so on. Once into the blog you need to click on the links on the right hand side to access other pages. Happy reading and let’s all have a happy RL season! http://fevblog452.blogspot.co.uk/2018/02/fevnuts-blog-london-away-feb-18.html
  4. fevnut’s blog for the London match This week fevnut’s musings writes about last week’s awesome match against Toulouse. We also ponder the possibility of re-establishing a team bringing through local lads. And we wonder whether Gareth Hock played tiddly-winks for Great Britain!! Happy reading and let’s keep up this wonderful start! UTR You can access the blog by using the link below and then once there you can navigate to other pages with the links on the right hand side of the page. http://fevblog452.blogspot.co.uk/2018/02/fevnuts-blog-london-away-feb-18.html
  5. fevnut’s blog for the Toulouse match This week fevnut’s musings reflects on the joy of a winning start to the season, selects a surprising highlight to the match and what a pleasure it is to see another member of the Clark family wearing a Fev shirt. he link below will take you to it. There’s always pages on the opposition for our next match, the referee, Gareth Walker’s column about championship matters and so on. Once into the blog you need to click on the links on the right hand side to access other pages . Some will start off hidden but will be revealed if you click on the ‘January’ tab. Happy reading and let’s have a happy season! UTR http://fevblog452.blogspot.co.uk/2018/02/fevnuts-blog-toulouse-home-feb-11.html
  6. Bonjour to our rugby league friends in Toulouse!! Before every match fevnut’s blog writes pages relevant to our next match. We took October and November off but started beavering away again in December. There’s loads of new stuff on the blog and the link below will take you to it. There’s always pages on the opposition for our next match, the referee, Gareth Walker’s column about championship matters and so on. Once into the blog you need to click on the links on the right hand side to access other pages and it is worth clicking on the ‘January’ tab to reveal a whole lot more Happy reading and let’s have a happy season! http://fevblog452.blogspot.co.uk/2018/02/fevnuts-blog-toulouse-home-feb-11.html
  7. Iconic squad numbers

    Totally agree with Marklaspalmas. For me it doesn't matter what numbers my own team are wearing them because I don't need numbers to recognize them but it makes it really difficult to appreciate the structure of opposition teams.I want to be able to tell straight away who is a second-rower, who is a centre etc. etc..
  8. fevnut's blog: Fev v Fax Feb 4

    New season greetings to our rugby league friends at Halifax!! Before every match fevnut’s blog writes pages relevant to our next match. We took October and November off but started beavering away again in December. There’s loads of new stuff on the blog and the link below will take you to it. There’s always pages on the opposition for our next match, the referee, Gareth Walker’s column about championship matters and so on. Once into the blog you need to click on the links on the right hand side to access other pages and it is worth clicking on the ‘2017’ and ‘December’ links to see a whole lot more material we have posted about our beloved Fev. Happy reading and let’s have a happy season! http://fevblog452.blogspot.co.uk/2018/01/fevnuts-musings-halifax-home-feb-4.html
  9. fevnut's blog

    fevnut’s blog is back!! We took October and November off but started beavering away again in December. There’s loads of new stuff on the blog and the link below will take you to it. There’s always pages on the opposition for our next match, the referee, Gareth Walker’s column about championship matters and so on. Once into the blog you need to click on the links on the right hand side to access other pages and it’s worth clicking on the '2017' & ‘December’ links to see a whole lot more material we have posted about our beloved Fev. Happy reading and let’s have a happy season! http://fevblog452.blogspot.co.uk/2018/01/fevnuts-musings-halifax-home-feb-4.html
  10. M.O.M. Rovers V Castleford (friendly)

    1) Martyn Ridyard 2) Tom Holmes 3) Luke Cooper
  11. Scott Turner

    What are you talking about? This is comparing like with like - Championship players this year.
  12. Scott Turner

    There has been discussion recently about the decision to release Kyle Briggs. But it is also worth looking at the decision to release Scott Turner. I’m sorry about that because he is a prolific try scorer. There are two ways of judging try scoring feats. The obvious one is tries scored but I prefer to look at what I call the Try Rate percentage. That is the number of tries per game. In 2017 Josh Hardcastle has been rightly praised to the hilt and is our leading try scorer with 15. But Josh played 29 games giving him a Try Rate of 52%. Scott scored one fewer try but only played in 17 games giving him a Try Rate of 82%. In fact he is the only Fev player to get into the Top 20 Try Rates for 2017. .
  13. 2018 Squad.

    YES, YES, YES, jamescolin. Agree 100%. You have to build a team, not play at putting together other team's cast-offs in the hope of turning them into a winning side.
  14. 2018 Squad.

  15. Andy Bostock retires

    All the very best to Andy. Have loved watching him play for us over the last seven years. Always gave 100%, always a joy to have in our team. He ranks in my top group of players who have played in the Fev shirt since I started watching in the 1970s. Planning to write some articles next year about players who gave me particular pleasure and Andy will certainly be one of them. Happy retirement and I hope we will often see you at the ground on match days.