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Neil Lowe Testimonial Match

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Well done to legends for turning up getting stuck in & put on a game. Some of the players must be nearing their fifties these days and it was a big ask getting them to put their boots back on many years after retiring & putting their body on the line. Great to see stevo still gaining many yards & still seeing Richie baker pulling off try saving tackles. Brooky still caused problems & coyle worked tirelessly. I wonder if eaton will put his boots back on permantly, his kicking still causing problems for the defence.

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one or two lovely touches from barry eaton when he came on, honestly beleive he could do a job for us in the championship in much the same way johnney wolford did for us at elland road.

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one or two lovely touches from barry eaton when he came on, honestly beleive he could do a job for us in the championship in much the same way johnney wolford did for us at elland road.

Don't be silly

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Cardigan arms what's your problem? You want to meet for a chat?

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What was the score? Can anyone provide a bit of info on the 2 lineups?? Was the game filmed??

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What was the score? Can anyone provide a bit of info on the 2 lineups?? Was the game filmed??

54-4

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Cardigan arms what's your problem? You want to meet for a chat?

smell a MILFORD connection here daz dont waste ur energy on a no mark darren

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smell a MILFORD connection here daz dont waste ur energy on a no mark darren

Your wrong there Barrie, nothing to do with Milford, hes a Hawks man and Old Boys.

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Your wrong there Barrie, nothing to do with Milford, hes a Hawks man and Old Boys.

Say no more than. Can't be bothered with cranks.

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Your wrong there Barrie, nothing to do with Milford, hes a Hawks man and Old Boys.

cheers longman,he just seems a sad person really,i know for a fact darren brought a lot of pleasure tp people while he was playing,think he can hold his head up as an ex player and he can hold cardigan with the contempt he deserves

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cheers longman,he just seems a sad person really,i know for a fact darren brought a lot of pleasure tp people while he was playing,think he can hold his head up as an ex player and he can hold cardigan with the contempt he deserves

He also brought a lot of pleasure to the Milford club when he played there.

Pity he has hung his boots up as im sure he could help the young Milford team out with his experience.

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He also brought a lot of pleasure to the Milford club when he played there.

Pity he has hung his boots up as im sure he could help the young Milford team out with his experience.

he hung his boots up , became disillusioned with the game in general mate with the 2 faced back stabbers within the game

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