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Wakefield 38 Featherstone 10

York 16 Crusaders 38

Batley 32 Keighley 16

Hull FC 26 Cas 6

Was there anymore games today?

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Widnes 30-6 Workington. Full strength Widnes, Workington had two amateursand their physio playing

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Widnes 30-6 Workington. Full strength Widnes, Workington had two amateursand their physio playing

And the one workington fan who made the trip? ;)

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And the one workington fan who made the trip? ;)

Think she came on in the second half :blink:

Really dire afternoon of Rugby.

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Widnes 30-6 Workington. Full strength Widnes, Workington had two amateursand their physio playing

A good effort from an extremely makeshift Town team. We have 10 of our first choice 17 unavailable through injury and suspension so we had to call up 2 amateurs and our fitness coach (who is an ex player) to make up the numbers. Under the circumstances we didn't do too badly and it was only 16-6 after an hour.

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On the face of it, a very good result for the Crusaders. Anyone here know how strong the York side were (i.e was it largely first teamers or were there a lot of triallists in it?)?

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Wakey fev 2nd half was 10 - 10. Fev off the pace first half but competed well 2nd half and forwarda showed up well

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This weekend's Pre-season results:

London Broncos 74-6 London Skolars

St Helens 26-0 Huddersfield Giants

Batley Bulldogs 32-16 Keighley Cougars

Dewsbury Rams 6-48 Bradford Bulls

Hull FC 26-6 Castleford Tigers

Hull KR 32-10 Wigan

Rochdale Hornets 66-0 Rochdale and District

Wakefield Wildcats 38-10 Featherstone Rovers

Widnes Vikings 30-6 Workington Town

Whitehaven 18-0 Gateshead Thunder

York City Knights 16-38 North Wales Crusaders

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Posted · Hidden by John Drake, January 13, 2013 - No reason given

A good effort from an extremely makeshift Town team. We have 10 of our first choice 17 unavailable through injury and suspension so we had to call up 2 amateurs and our fitness coach (who is an ex player) to make up the numbers. Under the circumstances we didn't do too badly and it was only 16-6 after an hour.

And all married to their cousin who was physio & Coach driver

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Posted · Hidden by John Drake, January 13, 2013 - No reason given

And all married to their cousin who was physio & Coach driver

Back on the sauce I assume ?

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On the face of it, a very good result for the Crusaders. Anyone here know how strong the York side were (i.e was it largely first teamers or were there a lot of triallists in it?)?

10 out of York's team today are eligible for the U20s team too. Injuries to Jason Golden & Luke Stenchion in the first half didn't help matters either.

Fair play to Crusaders though, they play some great attacking rugby! I Reckon they will win Championship 1 this season.

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Hull kr beat Wigan 36-10, very in experienced wigan side by all accounts mind

So Wigan fans keep saying! (They said that about the players who lost to Leigh too!)

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Widnes 30-6 Workington. Full strength Widnes, Workington had two amateursand their physio playing

what game did you watch? half the first team were missing!!

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This weekend's Pre-season results:

London Broncos 74-6 London Skolars

St Helens 26-0 Huddersfield Giants

Batley Bulldogs 32-16 Keighley Cougars

Dewsbury Rams 6-48 Bradford Bulls

Hull FC 26-6 Castleford Tigers

Hull KR 32-10 Wigan

Rochdale Hornets 66-0 Rochdale and District

Wakefield Wildcats 38-10 Featherstone Rovers

Widnes Vikings 30-6 Workington Town

Whitehaven 18-0 Gateshead Thunder

York City Knights 16-38 North Wales Crusaders

surely that's wrong???? :dry: <_<

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surely that's wrong???? :dry: <_<

Why comment on a game you didn't attend? As far as you know we could of had our under 23s playing and wakey at full strength. But I will let you know wakey were full strength and we had half a dozen first teamers missing. But wakey were the best team today with out a doubt and what I saw of them top 8 is the minimum they will achieve this season I bet.

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Wakefield ran riot in the first half against Fev and looked like scoring at will whenever they pleased.

A few interchanges at half time which saw Wakey fielding a front row with a combined age of 59, no Tim Smith or Paul Sykes either, a much more resolute Fev team for the 2nd half saw the game balanced up a bit more. Can't shake the feeling that Trinity put the cue on the rack but credit to Fev who look a very good team and have some handy players.

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Hull had their second team playing in the first half and were still beating Castleford 10-6 at half time. Good to see we've got a bit of strength in depth.

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surely that's wrong???? :dry: <_<

Think somebody needs to worry about what is / could be happening at his home club rather than trying (and failing miserably) to score points off others ,)

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On the face of it, a very good result for the Crusaders. Anyone here know how strong the York side were (i.e was it largely first teamers or were there a lot of triallists in it?)?

Clive Griffiths is one of the very best coaches out there and how he dosn t have SL job, I don t know. he did pretty well last year from a start up entry and if he has recruited well for this season, expect Crusaders to be very competitive.

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Think somebody needs to worry about what is / could be happening at his home club rather than trying (and failing miserably) to score points off others ,)

so what's happening at my own club? the truth or dave parkers version of events?????

some of our youngsters played really well yesterday and certainly look stars of the future, watch out for tom gilmore.............he'll be better than lomax and brough.

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