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Harlequins RL v Hull FC

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  1. 1. Who will win?

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Sorry, can't be bothered.

Oh, O'Meley and Fitz are back. That's all. :(

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Sorry, can't be bothered.

Oh, O'Meley and Fitz are back. That's all. :(

Come on Rob, look at us and out run but I'm still as optimistic as ever mate.

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Come on Rob, look at us and out run but I'm still as optimistic as ever mate.

Fair comment Mick.

Difference is, you've offloaded the architect of your downfall, we've given ours another two years.

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And some think Hull have problems....

One point not mentioned on this forum is exactly who is making the decisions at Quins these days over the playing staff. The one player who has ben anounced this year on a four year extended contract is Tony Clubb. This goes against the comments made by Brian MacDermott at a previous fans forum in that - correctly - Mac was of the view that by signing a player to such a lengthy contract you risked both Injury and loss of form leading to a situation like this season whereby Jon Wells - no doubt viewed by you as quite sage filling in for Paul Cullen on Boots n'All - counts against the Quins salary cap for the entire season despite retiring with the season about a third gone. Equally there is a quote from Danny Orr in this weeks RLE who felt that while Brian McDermott wanted him to stay on for 2011

..I don't think the chairman was so hot on the idea and no offer was made to me

Interesting.

All Quins season ticket holders can bring two mates in for FREE on Saturday using Special Offer voucher 5. That is of course those that can tear themselves awasy from the silky smooth skills of the wendyball pre-season game at the Emirates. I was almost expecting a thread demanding the game be moved......

I believe I have found the solution to Quins attendance problems - The Press Gang - It worked wonders for the Royal Navy in the 1790's http://www.nelsonsnavy.co.uk/broadside7.html. It would also clear the streets of Twickenham and Whitton... ;)

The Warrington game date has finally been smuggled out on the Super League website as 8.00pm Friday 3rd September, there are those mischevious soulsd who knew all along that due to the clash with RFU events it was unlikely to be Saturday but of course the move was really caused by SKY....honest.... ;)

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Quins are our bogey team and I don't expect a result this weekend.

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A really important game for Hull this one IMO because defeat here may well drag them into a battle with the teams in 6th and 7th place.

The return of some big guns will help but its sure to be a nervy 80 minutes away from home as it always tends to be.

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A really important game for Hull this one IMO because defeat here may well drag them into a battle with the teams in 6th and 7th place.

Totally agree. And on the flip-side, if we win and Wigan beat Leeds tonight, we're back to the all important 4th place.

Leeds (29pts) - Wigan (h), Cas (a), Catalans (h), Hull (a).

Hull FC (28pts) - Quins (a), Crusaders (h), Wire (a), Leeds (h).

Hudds (25pts) - Wakey (h), Wigan (a), Salford (h), Catalans (a).

Hull KR (25pts) - Cas (h), Salford (a), Wigan (h), Crusaders (h).

I can see Leeds losing tonight, and Hull losing against Wire, and most likely both "should" win the other two games on paper, meaning it could come down to the last game of the season for 4th.

Alternatively, Hull have been beaten by all of the teams remaining already this year. Both Hudds and Rovers have got 3 very winnable games, with a difficult game against the league leaders. If they were to win 3 out of the 4, then Hull will need to win 2 out of 4 at most to keep 5th. So these games are "must wins".

Nothing's decided yet!

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Bit of a fire sale going on at the Stoop, so if you want a souvenir of the London RL Team ...

20% off all merchandise at the Hull FC game

All merchandise, whether full-price or reduced, will be reduced by 20% in the shop at the Stoop for the Hull FC game on Saturday.

This provides an outstanding opportunity to pick up a bargain, as reduced products are included in the offer.

This offer only applies on Saturday at the game against Hull FC (kick-off at 15:00) and is not valid either through the Online Store or in the shop at any other time. This offer may not be used in conjunction with any other offer or discount (sale prices excepted, obviously!).

The shop is positively bulging with a multitude of fantastic products, including both this season's Replicas and collectables from previous years, the new 30th Anniversary Shirt as well as a host of training wear and more casual clothing.

We look forward to seeing you on Saturday!

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I'm sure the shop is bulging.

It would only be a bargain if any of the items were nice, which they are not.

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Quins have try disallowed in first minute for double movement. Hull score first with Mark O'Meley barging over after good work from Fitz. Tickle goals, 0-6. Ten minutes gone.

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I forgot this game was on now.

I'm about to take my first ever plunder into BBC Radio Humberside. B)

:unsure: Wish me luck?

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I forgot this game was on now.

I'm about to take my first ever plunder into BBC Radio Humberside. B)

:unsure: Wish me luck?

You'll need it mate with Craig Murdoch and Lee Richardson stuttering and stammering like they're doing. Yeaman over for Hull, 0-12.

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English 2nd rower Big Willie Manu makes a break for Berrigan to put Danny Houghton over, 0-18.

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Jordan Turner over, tickle off touchi. 0-24.

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Big Sam Moa gets his first try of the season. 0-30. This is only the 3rd game I've missed this year. Bloody typical.

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I forgot this game was on now.

I'm about to take my first ever plunder into BBC Radio Humberside. B)

:unsure: Wish me luck?

Try KCFM if you can pick it up. Is 3D still commetating for KCFM? If he is then you'll get to know the real meaning of biased :lol:

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I had

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Luke Dorn opens Quins account in the 2nd half. Looks like yet another genius team talk at half time from Agar. 22 mins left.

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Will Sharpe goes 70 metres to score, Quins 12 Hull 30.

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Macarthy Scarsbrook over under the posts. 18-30.

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Surely Harlequins can't score 18 points in ten minutes?

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Tansey over, Hull at last have appeared in the 2nd half. Tickle maintains his 100% record off touch, 18-36.

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O'Meley's 2nd try, Quins 18 Hull Fc 42.

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