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Couldn't make it today, but what a result, looking forward to some reaction lads?

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Couldn't make it today, but what a result, looking forward to some reaction lads?

Knackered from all that training? Are you the starting prop Gaz or coming off the bench as an impact prop?

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Couldn't make it today, but what a result, looking forward to some reaction lads?

How was Disney in Ice?

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Cant text too much im on iphone gaz but Achurch ripped it up today a full report later

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Cant text too much im on iphone gaz but Achurch ripped it up today a full report later

Achurch was ok 2day but didn't rip anything up. Singleton was immense 2day. Yates is just class

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Cant text too much im on iphone gaz but Achurch ripped it up today a full report later

You 'd make a good Double Glazing salesman you Steve

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great team effort today, couldnt fault anyone. I thought Achurch looked very good & Keinhorst is class. well done to everyone today on a bitterly cold afternoon i wasnt just waiting for the final whistle.

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Everybody thawed out yet ?? :unsure:

That week of stability I was talking about last week came to pass, and the difference was a much more even performance, notwithstanding the "frozen fingers" syndrome that affected the game more and more the longer it went on.

Achurch did look a lot better this week, obviously after more time training with the team. Menzies has probably had his best game in a Hunslet shirt and they were all ably supported by the rest of the pack. Not the day or the conditions for backs to shine but nobody really had a bad game.

Not sure whether Whitehaven deserved a nilling, they were certainly no worse than Donny last week and I thought they scored a good try near the end, but the touch judge thought otherwise.

So the target of 10 points from the first four home games has been achieved and we're "sitting comfortably" in seventh place tonight. And just as well, as we all know, the rest of March is a tough mo(n)th, with trips to Halifax and Batley and Sheffield home so league points will be more difficult to come by ...

... difficult, but by no means impossible ...

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A couple of bonus points out of the next 3 games minimum would be good to keep the momentum going. It's not about winning every game its about not getting well beaten every week. The next three weeks Will be tough

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Sounds like a superb effort, to nil a team that gave Fev a game last week, and have a player like Jessie Joe Parker in the team takes some doing.

10 points so far is a great return when you think we've probably had our two hardest away games already.

I think we can go to Halifax next week and get a result!

Here's one for frisky, when did we last nil a team in a league fixture?

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An absolute outstanding display today against what was on paper a very good experienced Haven team even without Rooney, they still had Makinson, JJP, Calvert, Jackson, new boy Pora plus French International Martins.The Hunslet pack just battered the Haven 6 making yards at will with Menzies, Singleton and Yates making 10-15 yards every drive and Achurch frightening them to death everytime he touched the ball, his drive and making of the 3rd try was a real gamebreaker because at 12-0 in the 39th min Haven were still in the game. The weather didnt help in the 2nd half with snow storms and icy conditions but we still posted 3 tries and the pleasing thing is we kept Haven scoreless and there wont be too many teams do that.Roll on Halifax next week

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Just about thawed out from yesterday, the architect who designed SLS needs talking to.

We should not underestimate the value of the dual reg players to us, their inclusion is bringning the best out of Welham, menzies and Yates-- still think we are missing David March.

For the first time since Barry Eaton took charge we played the same 17 in consecutive games.

Good to hear some posetive comments from Hawks fans after the game.

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Just about thawed out from yesterday, the architect who designed SLS needs talking to.

We should not underestimate the value of the dual reg players to us, their inclusion is bringning the best out of Welham, menzies and Yates-- still think we are missing David March.

For the first time since Barry Eaton took charge we played the same 17 in consecutive games.

Good to hear some posetive comments from Hawks fans after the game.

I agree frisky, Yates just gets better and better. Welham has become a top player for us. I'm liking the look of bush on the wing. I thought his 2nd try yest was in touch tho if I'm honest

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Blackpool-- got to agree with Robbo -- think it was London at home. Thought Robbo would remember it as HE and Tony Williams scored a load of points between them.

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Blackpool-- got to agree with Robbo -- think it was London at home. Thought Robbo would remember it as HE and Tony Williams scored a load of points between them.

What year was it? We did nil Workington in 2011 in the Northern Rail Cup.

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What year was it? We did nil Workington in 2011 in the Northern Rail Cup.

You said league fixture mate and I think it was 2009

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