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Sky matches 2010

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1. Leeds, 14 times.

=2. St Helens, 12 times.

=2. Wigan, 12 times.

=4. Bradford, 11 times.

=4. Hull FC, 11 times.

=4. Hull KR, 11 times.

7. Warrington, 10 times.

=8. Castleford, 7 times.

=8. Huddersfield, 7 times.

=8. Wakefield, 7 times.

11. Crusaders, 6 times.

12. Harlequins, 5 times.

13. Catalans, 4 times.

14. Salford, 3 times.

Total = 60.

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What if you;re not interested?

It does seem rather a tame thread for TRL these days.

No doubt the difference between Warrington and Wigan will perk it up eventually...

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It does seem rather a tame thread for TRL these days.

No doubt the difference between Warrington and Wigan will perk it up eventually...

Leeds, 3 times champs on most, Wires still get double figures in spite of last year's final position.

Don't Catalans have a French deal for home games anyway?

Salford could have possibly had a couple more games, but based on recent seasons, guess the figures reflect what Sky feel will get most folks watching, and higher advertising revenue.

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Leeds, 3 times champs on most, Wires still get double figures in spite of last year's final position.

Don't Catalans have a French deal for home games anyway?

Salford could have possibly had a couple more games, but based on recent seasons, guess the figures reflect what Sky feel will get most folks watching, and higher advertising revenue.

You are bloody joking, aren't you? Three games was three too many! :D

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It does seem rather a tame thread for TRL these days.

No doubt the difference between Warrington and Wigan will perk it up eventually...

Don't see why - finish two places higher, be on two games more. Seems perfectly logical to me :D

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1. Leeds, 14 times.

=2. St Helens, 12 times.

=2. Wigan, 12 times.

=4. Bradford, 11 times.

=4. Hull FC, 11 times.

=4. Hull KR, 11 times.

7. Warrington, 10 times.

=8. Castleford, 7 times.

=8. Huddersfield, 7 times.

=8. Wakefield, 7 times.

11. Crusaders, 6 times.

12. Harlequins, 5 times.

13. Catalans, 4 times.

14. Salford, 3 times.

Total = 60.

and for free, you'll see Bradford drop down the "above" table :lol::lol:

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1. Leeds, 14 times.

=2. St Helens, 12 times.

=2. Wigan, 12 times.

=4. Bradford, 11 times.

=4. Hull FC, 11 times.

=4. Hull KR, 11 times.

7. Warrington, 10 times.

=8. Castleford, 7 times.

=8. Huddersfield, 7 times.

=8. Wakefield, 7 times.

11. Crusaders, 6 times.

12. Harlequins, 5 times.

13. Catalans, 4 times.

14. Salford, 3 times.

Total = 60.

Ok Statto.

How many were home or away fixtures.... :P

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Ok Statto.

How many were home or away fixtures.... :P

With the exception of Murrayfield Magic weekend, which was of course neutral, all of them were home or away fixtures! :P

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Of the 3 games Sky deemed suitable to inflict on the viewing public

1 was Murrayfield which doesn't count

the other 2 were at Home V Rovers and another home game but quite who it was escapes me.

Most of the season is a horrid blur.

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...and another home game but quite who it was escapes me.
I dunno if you're being serious or not! As the other match was the home win against St Helens...

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I know people grumble about Sky, but considering the low number of teams in the league it means that we get to see our teams televised a hell of a lot. 10 of the 14 teams had at least a quartr of their games broadcast live throughout the year.

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I dunno if you're being serious or not! As the other match was the home win against St Helens...

:lol::lol:

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Of the 3 games Sky deemed suitable to inflict on the viewing public

1 was Murrayfield which doesn't count

the other 2 were at Home V Rovers and another home game but quite who it was escapes me.

Most of the season is a horrid blur.

Wasn't it the home win against Saints?

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