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Well done Brow. Led virtually all year and ended up with the main prize. Enjoy the occasion

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Well done Brow you toughed it out and took all they could throw at you,then turned the game around when the lad went full length to score a tremendous try. However Myton also played well having lots of possesion in and around the sticks but could not convert it into points.As a neutral really enjoyed the game especially the banter between both lots of travelling speccies.

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Well done Brow enjoyed coming up a couple of weeks ago apart from the result and well received by your supporters and officials.

A traditional club like ours with a good local young team not in the same situation of some teams with so called top players on a merry go round as in in the Hull/Leigh/Wigan areas.

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Congratulations Brow. Great for you in particular and Cumbrian Rugby in general.

Not that it's needed but extra spice has just been added to the Wath Brow v Egremont games next season, can't wait for them

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According to twitter there was a bad injury in the NWML! Anyone update on that at all?

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According to twitter there was a bad injury in the NWML! Anyone update on that at all?

heard on the radio that the air ambulance was called, but didnt hear what the injury was.

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A traditional club like ours with a good local young team not in the same situation of some teams with so called top players on a merry go round as in in the Hull/Leigh/Wigan areas.

What the ###### are you on about chinaman? What's a traditional club for a start, and don't forget before you start gobbing off Hull for example have five, yes five teams in the prem.

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Congratulations to Wath Brow - with the exception of Leroy they are a young side most of whom have come through the successful junior set up at the club

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heard on the radio that the air ambulance was called, but didnt hear what the injury was.

Was told a broken leg but don't know who

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Well done Brow you toughed it out and took all they could throw at you,then turned the game around when the lad went full length to score a tremendous try. However Myton also played well having lots of possesion in and around the sticks but could not convert it into points.As a neutral really enjoyed the game especially the banter between both lots of travelling speccies.

Great banter and atmosphere especially the noisy Wath Brow lot - laughed all match at the gangnam style leader of the Brow fans goading (friendly) the One Direction wannabees from Myton who had a one song come back featuring sheep

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Was told a broken leg but don't know who

Broken tibia and fibia I heard in the last minute of his last game for Pilks...

Jim Hartley this years RFL President ( and a Saints Director) presented his medal to him with his family in the First Aid room. The air ambulance arrived but was not needed . Everyone in the game wishes him a speedy recovery

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Enjoyable game for the neutral today, i thought the 8 for Wath was the MOM, Leroy Joe was there at crucial moments and had a hand in a few tries but not visable for large parts of the game. The try by Peter Caddy was excellent and the 6 for Wath looks very good on his feet.

Myton played well but didnt turn possession into points, and 2 back to back tries killed them off a little but all credit to them on their first year in the premier league - Captain Steve Atkinson ran his blood to water for them today

Does anyone know where Mark Spence was?

How is the Wath player that turned his ankle in the first half (in exactly the same spot as the Pilks player)

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