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wales v england

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i was on the edge of my seat for 10 minutes.

then i dropped off.

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Huge excitement on 50 minutes

Found out Star Wars was on ITV

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I had an hours kip after zac scored his first. I'm amazed I lasted that long.

As a spectacle I preferred to lib dem conference!!!!!

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Aye, one sided games are always the same. Give me a battle v Fax or Leigh etc, rather than home results such as those v Swinton or Hunslet. Just keep us away from the Eagles. ;)

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Give me eagles every time. Always a game and always on the edge if my seat. That 15 minutes at home when we came back was my favourite of the season.

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Bit of a tongue in cheek comment, but close games are better. I saw Wales v France earlier this season; not great standard but good game. You can only play the side in front of you, and if the criminals from down under don't want to play England, then maybe a trial game is better than none.

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Not often we can say both full backs in an international came through rovers.

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Good to see a huuuuuuuuuuge crowd and the development plan is working!

One thing I did notice was the grass grew 0.0000000000001 mm during the game (yawn).

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Not often we should say that both teams could have been beat by Rovers!

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i'm at a loss as to why the england v australia game at next years must see event....is at millenium stadium :huh: :huh:

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how good is that altitude training. we should never have flattened the muck stacks.

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how good is that altitude training. we should never have flattened the muck stacks.

Thats why Batley do so well at home. :rolleyes:

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Thats why Batley do so well at home. :rolleyes:

Really ? :blink:

I've never noticed myself. :rolleyes:

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Really ? :blink:

I've never noticed myself. :rolleyes:

not just our bogey team are you griff

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how good is that altitude training. we should never have flattened the muck stacks.

No forward thinking these days. Think also what a benefit they would be if kite making and flying were reintroduced.. Mind you string would be a bit expensive with the pit closures. (You can explain if necessary OR.)

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Good to see a huuuuuuuuuuge crowd and the development plan is working!

One thing I did notice was the grass grew 0.0000000000001 mm during the game (yawn).

noticed the score reflected the same ratio of empty seats to full seats.

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Can't see the point in having a full England side for these games? There would be more interest for an England B side consisting of only players from outside Super League. You might even get bigger crowds?

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Cracking idea i would have watched that

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