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John Drake

3 Feb - Hull KR v Catalan Dragons - KO 3pm

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  1. 1. Who will win?

    • Hull KR
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I predict a delayed kick off as, to a much a trumpeted fanfare, Tony Larvin parachutes onto the Craven Park pitch from his own private helicopter, but alas, the bag he's carrying containing his first investment of a million £5 notes splits open and the contents scatter far and wide. Everyone in the ground clamour to pick up as much money as they can apart from a few hardy souls in the South Stand who are, sadly, too far away to see what's going on.

Hull KR 18 Les Cats 20.

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No Dureau, and so Dobson will dictate the game. In bad weather he'll kick them to death.

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I predict a delayed kick off as, to a much a trumpeted fanfare, Tony Larvin parachutes onto the Craven Park pitch from his own private helicopter, but alas, the bag he's carrying containing his first investment of a million £5 notes splits open and the contents scatter far and wide. Everyone in the ground clamour to pick up as much money as they can apart from a few hardy souls in the South Stand who are, sadly, too far away to see what's going on.

lol

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I'm sitting on the fence here and saying a draw.

At Craven Park thats called the North Stand.

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I predict a delayed kick off as, to a much a trumpeted fanfare, Tony Larvin parachutes onto the Craven Park pitch from his own private helicopter, but alas, the bag he's carrying containing his first investment of a million £5 notes splits open and the contents scatter far and wide. Everyone in the ground clamour to pick up as much money as they can apart from a few hardy souls in the South Stand who are, sadly, too far away to see what's going on.

Hull KR 18 Les Cats 20.

That's not that far removed from the stuff he used to come out with back when he was a teammate of mine.

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Not a clue with this game. Had Dureau been available for the Dragons I would have been tempted to go for them, even though they had a naff away record last season. But he isn't and I've no clue as to how good Bosc is these days. I have even less idea of who is actually playing for Hull KR this season.

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The excitement is building nicely on the better of the river.

Greg Eden is a slight doubt having sustained a hamstring injury in training so he'll be closely monitored and with three days to go we're all hoping he'll be fine.

I can see Craig Hall continuing at stand off and partnering Dobson. Our back line should include Dave Hodgson, Liam Salter and Omari Caro with a centre spot still up for grabs.

The forwards are a free-for-all really as everyone has performed well in pre-season, although I'd be going with Paterson, Tuimavave and Griffin without doubt.

I think we'll go pretty well. I'm in Belfast this weekend watching the mighty Hull Stingrays ice hockey team so will get back for kick off just in time to see us collect an opening day two points!

Rally round the Robins...

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Catalan squad: Brent Webb, Damien Blanch, Leon Pryce, Zeb Taia, Thomas Bosc, Olivier Elima, Ian Henderson, Rémi Casty, Steve Menzies, Louis Anderson, Greg Mounis, William Barthau, Eloi Pelissier, Daryl Millard, Mathias Pala, Julian Bousquet, Jamal Fakir, Jason Baitieri, Vincent Duport.

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Hull KR squad: Liam Salter, Omari Caro, Rhys Lovegrove, Graeme Horne, Adam Walker, Cory Paterson, Con Mika, Evarn Tuimavave, Jordan Cox, George Griffin, Josh Hodgson, Mickey Paea, Keal Carlile, Craig Hall, Michael Dobson, David Hogdson, Greg Eden, Sam Latus, Lincoln Withers.

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The excitement is building nicely on the better of the river.

Greg Eden is a slight doubt having sustained a hamstring injury in training so he'll be closely monitored and with three days to go we're all hoping he'll be fine.

I can see Craig Hall continuing at stand off and partnering Dobson. Our back line should include Dave Hodgson, Liam Salter and Omari Caro with a centre spot still up for grabs.

The forwards are a free-for-all really as everyone has performed well in pre-season, although I'd be going with Paterson, Tuimavave and Griffin without doubt.

I think we'll go pretty well. I'm in Belfast this weekend watching the mighty Hull Stingrays ice hockey team so will get back for kick off just in time to see us collect an opening day two points!

Rally round the Robins...

Is Eden a doubt hearing he's got a strain.

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Just spotted that KR have signed Cory Paterson from NQC. He's been a stand out player for me in the last couple of years. Very strong runner with a good off-load.

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I predict a delayed kick off as, to a much a trumpeted fanfare, Tony Larvin parachutes onto the Craven Park pitch from his own private helicopter, but alas, the bag he's carrying containing his first investment of a million £5 notes splits open and the contents scatter far and wide. Everyone in the ground clamour to pick up as much money as they can apart from a few hardy souls in the South Stand who are, sadly, too far away to see what's going on.

:lol: :lol:

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Pretty much one way traffic first half.

Hull KR 2 Les Cats 22. Menzies hat trick.

(Well, Blunderside says hat trick, BBC website ssys a brace.)

Mika drops ball, try to Les Cats.

2-26.

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Hodgson (J) over, 12-26.

The excitement builds in East Hull.

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Webb over which should settle things for Les Cats, 18-32.

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Withers over, 24-32. Two minutes left.

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Losing home games in the first half seems to be a feature of Sandercock's tenure.

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