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Spidey    1,099

I suppose there's no reason why Premier & Division One's fixtures couldn't be released but Division Two & Three's can be impacted by re-election votes & newcomer votes.. unless they would accept an email vote (which has happened once before I think)

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thestatman    10

Came out on a email this morning with a message that they are strictly not to be published anywhere as there is the possibility that they could change if any of the clubs found any major issues with them. The clubs had until the 21st Jan to respond and I presume the ok will be given to publish them at the AGM. If it is correct that East Leeds have published them then the wording of the email suggests they'll be up in front of the disciplinary and more than likely fined.

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Spidey    1,099

Statman, were they all divisions? I've not received a mail yet, but my club is in Division Three which (in theory) can be impacted by clubs votes

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I suppose there's no reason why Premier & Division One's fixtures couldn't be released but Division Two & Three's can be impacted by re-election votes & newcomer votes.. unless they would accept an email vote (which has happened once before I think)

Received Division 2 fixtures in today's post.

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jaguar    1

Came out on a email this morning with a message that they are strictly not to be published anywhere as there is the possibility that they could change if any of the clubs found any major issues with them. The clubs had until the 21st Jan to respond and I presume the ok will be given to publish them at the AGM. If it is correct that East Leeds have published them then the wording of the email suggests they'll be up in front of the disciplinary and more than likely fined.

I suppose it depends on which they received first - the fixtures or the email that told us not to publish/share them. If they get an early post, then they wouldn't have know not to share them, perhaps.

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thestatman    10

Statman, were they all divisions? I've not received a mail yet, but my club is in Division Three which (in theory) can be impacted by clubs votes

My apologies the fixtures weren't attached to the email, just a notification that they'd been sent out by post yesterday. Presume each club only got their divisions, that is what has happened in the past.

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jaguar    1

Statman, were they all divisions? I've not received a mail yet, but my club is in Division Three which (in theory) can be impacted by clubs votes

They can't really issue Division 3 until the new clubs have been voted in or not. Suspect they will be given out at AGM

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billybison    19

Voting papers being emailed to Club secretaries today, so result should be known by the weekend.

The RFL website says the two new clubs have been voted in .Also the four clubs seeking re-elections have also been voted back in.

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Walter    4

It's great to be back in the NCL :D

Look forward to seeing old friends once again.

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Walter    4

Welcome back Dave, are you still playing at Wilderspool? or back at Bennets rec.

Thanks Bernard; we'll be playing at Monks Sports Club which is where Woolston moved to a couple of years ago.

Wilderspool would be a great addition to the NCL? Have a lot from Wizards gone over?

Wildersppol would be great but we have to be fair to Monks Sports who have welcomed Woolston a couple of years ago so to take the big games away from there wouldn't be right. Wilderspool goes at the end of this year to; most (not quite all) of the Wizards have come across apart from a few who retired at the end of last season. The link is going very well and there has been massive numbers at training. Hopefully we can have a good year.

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jonnyg28    17

Thanks Bernard; we'll be playing at Monks Sports Club which is where Woolston moved to a couple of years ago.

Wildersppol would be great but we have to be fair to Monks Sports who have welcomed Woolston a couple of years ago so to take the big games away from there wouldn't be right. Wilderspool goes at the end of this year to; most (not quite all) of the Wizards have come across apart from a few who retired at the end of last season. The link is going very well and there has been massive numbers at training. Hopefully we can have a good year.

Coaching staff will have a heasache then, All the best with everything,

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