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The Reserve match against Barrow on Saturday, at Hillsborough Area, has been called off.

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Raiders who have aspirations of being giving a SL franchise only managed to get 15 (yes FIFTEEN) players at a home match, so for an away match to raise a team ....eeeerrrr............. they couldn't get a team for their Academy (now known as reserves) back in 2002/2003.................. nothing changed there except owners.....

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Raiders who have aspirations of being giving a SL franchise only managed to get 15 (yes FIFTEEN) players at a home match, so for an away match to raise a team ....eeeerrrr............. they couldn't get a team for their Academy (now known as reserves) back in 2002/2003.................. nothing changed there except owners.....

They may have aspirations but they havent a hope in hell and everyone knows it - superleague are never ever going to go to the cull -de -sack( :D ) at the end of the universe!

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They may have aspirations but they havent a hope in hell and everyone knows it - superleague are never ever going to go to the cull -de -sack( :D ) at the end of the universe!

cul-de-sac !!

definition - is a word of Catalan origin referring to a dead end, close, no through road

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cul-de-sac !!

definition - is a word of Catalan origin referring to a dead end, close, no through road

your point being?

Edited by wings beneath my feet

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I don't think "definition" is a Catalan word. :mellow:

sorry CUL-DE-SAC is defined as ......

and it is not cull -de -sack at the end of the universe as the universe is of an undetermined size and Barrow is in Cumbria(ex-Lancashire) but the road does lead on further through to Walney Island before it stops!!!!! :D:D:D

C'est la vie mes enfants

just a thought...as Catalan Dragons are in Super League and the RFL love the French so much, the fact that Barrow is "related" to France by nature of its position on a road and definition, they must have a good chance of success!! :rolleyes:

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sorry CUL-DE-SAC is defined as ......

and it is not cull -de -sack at the end of the universe as the universe is of an undetermined size and Barrow is in Cumbria(ex-Lancashire) but the road does lead on further through to Walney Island before it stops!!!!! :D:D:D

C'est la vie mes enfants

just a thought...as Catalan Dragons are in Super League and the RFL love the French so much, the fact that Barrow is "related" to France by nature of its position on a road and definition, they must have a good chance of success!! :rolleyes:

(there is no way I could be your "enfant"!) however - try not to be so clever- look at the Hitch hikers guide - if you can have a cafe at the end of the universe I'm sure you can have somewhere the size of Barrow - but to be more perdantic(spelling again) once you get to Barrow would you really want to go any further - wouldn't you just turn round and go back - I know I did!

I do though have a wish - that Barrow could replace wrexham in't super league -_- -_- -_-

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once you get to Barrow would you really want to go any further - wouldn't you just turn round and go back - I know I did!

I would if I were you go just a little further, you would find yourself on the great Walney Island......The home of the Natter Jack Toad, and the home of a great RL Team....

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