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Up the Mont!!

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Aint no stoping Farrer from 10yards...

can't believe there are some sore losers on here blaming the ref, but at least we can say best fans in the world and over 1200 people for an amateur game shows the passion in the mont vs brow game. absolute immense game to watch from the shed.

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Stanningley 22 Castleford Panthers 24

Panthers are rebuilding after a disastrous season last year and put faith in their youth which paid for new coach Daz Simms today.

He is a good lad Daz, got alot of time for him. He will get the team playing for each other again.

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West Hull beat Skirlaugh 24 0 the West Hull team always had the upper hand even after having two players sin binned after a bit of a punch up they scored twice, i read on an earlier post that Skirlaugh would be a top 4 side on that performance i will say not very likely. Matty Brooks tried hard to create but had very little in the way of options to work with the only other player in their team that stuck out was the number 12 who was voted as their motm

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I went to the West Hull v Skirlaugh match, after 10 minutes there were no doubts who the winners would be. I said before the season that the only Hull team that would be caught in the relegation battle would be Skirlaugh as they do not appear to have improved their squad from last season, sadly I fear for them. I thought their only saving grace was they do have some promising youth coming through however I heard yesterday that they are losing youngsters left right & centre to other clubs (not sure how true this is ?) I thought Skirlaughs 7 worked hard but their 6 was pretty dire and certainly did not know how to tackle (Wests scored twice running through him!), I agree with Rammo23 that the only decent player they had was the number 12 who ran the ball hard. The number 3 for West Hull was outstanding and would have been my MOM I also thought that West f/back had a good game, overall a well deserved win for Wests.

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Could not believe the lack of passion in this game , some good solid defence down the middle but the lack of attacking rugby was a shock , ref had an ok game .The east Hull player that lost the ball then got himself sent off was the final nail in the coffin for East's , Dockers number 9 and 7 had good games and 22 for East's.

Still, at least we found an athlete to rival Usain Bolt. Danny Ullyatt's speed off the mark for Dockers' second try was phenomenal.

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Ulyatts first game in just under a year and he's still got that lightening pace! Must of been them £10 Mitre boots!

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Not heard that Skirlaugh are losing any of our players, but i wouildnt disagree that we were very poor and have been so far this season, scoring only 2 tries in 3 league games is poor, but i'm sure the lads will keep working away and hopefully turn things around

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Good to see Danny back out there but think even he was embarrassed that try was given!!

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Not heard that Skirlaugh are losing any of our players, but i wouildnt disagree that we were very poor and have been so far this season, scoring only 2 tries in 3 league games is poor, but i'm sure the lads will keep working away and hopefully turn things around

Fair enough mate that is why I put a question mark, I know as well as any-one what the rumour mill is like, especially at derby games. I hope the lads do turn it around for you, but for me most lacked passion and their was no evidence of a game plan, I think West had a great defensive game and was right in your faces however I do not recall seeing your boys even attempt an offload. Your boys appear to play one up rugby which is probably due to lack of support play I think they need to start shifting the ball, good luck with it all mate.

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if the ref at the mont game was mark laing the result doesnt suprise me.but he will probably make it right when he has brow at home.then all will be forgiven.wink nod

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if the ref at the mont game was mark laing the result doesnt suprise me.but he will probably make it right when he has brow at home.then all will be forgiven.wink nod

Mark Laing was down on the appointment list for this game.

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Still, at least we found an athlete to rival Usain Bolt. Danny Ullyatt's speed off the mark for Dockers' second try was phenomenal.

played well the number 7 (ullyatt ?)looked dangerous with the ball in hand.

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Does mark Laing travel out of Cumbria???

i wish he did he is too fat and slow and thinks people have came to watch him and not rugby spoiled a great game

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The east Hull player that lost the ball then got himself sent off was the final nail in the coffin for East's

I think East's lost it when they went behind to the lightning quick Danny Ullyatt's try. They had lost the plot before Parkin was sent off. The ref let way too much go at the PTB. The lying on was ridiculous. How many pens were there for ball stealing?

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I think East's lost it when they went behind to the lightning quick Danny Ullyatt's try. They had lost the plot before Parkin was sent off. The ref let way too much go at the PTB. The lying on was ridiculous. How many pens were there for ball stealing?

play the ball area is a real problem for rugby league, very difficult for refs .The player taking the ball in should secure the ball

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Millom 12 - Wigan St judes 48

Judes travelled up to Cumbria to take on Millom the match was played at Millom R.U. as their own ground is still not fit after some restoration work and the big pitch suited the Judes style of play, after only three minutes Gareth Thomas broke down the right and M.O.M. Paul Pendlebury was on hand to take the return pass and cross Thomas converted the next try was again created by Pendlebury he put Scott Robinson through a gap and as the cover came across he put in a kick and Gareth Thomas won the race for the grounding he goaled again, it was all Judes now as the home side struggled with the pace of the visitors attack and fast hands right to left got wingman Nathan Jones over in the corner Thomas added the extras andthen on the stroke of half time Pendlebury broke the defensive line and drew the cover before handing it on to the supporting Robinson who went over by the posts Thomas again obliged to make it 24-0 at the break.

The second half saw the Millom defence under pressure as halfbacks Pendlebury and Dave Carney were spraying out some pin point passes creating havoc on the Millom edges Stephen King was put away and side stepped the cover to go round theposts Thomas converted then Pendlebury scored a great individual try skipping through the line and Barry Rothwell tagged on the extras, the constant pressure was telling on the Millom line and fast hands again allowed full back Rothwell to show his pace and out strip the tiringcover to cross he added the goal to make it 42-0 with five minutes remaining, full credit to Millom they never gave up and scored a well deserved converted try through a lapse in the Judes defence to avoid a whitewash but back came the visitors and from broken play Scott Robinson powered his way over from thirty metres out brushing off a couple of attemptedtackles on the way Rothwell rounded off the Judes scoring and well into injury time the homeside crossed for the final try by the sticks and it was converted on the full time whistle.

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Heard thatto gave ince a good hiding on their own midding! Not sure of the score but believe thatto notched up a half century. Looking at previous results for ince, I found this a surprise, have they lost players does anyone know, or was it a case of thatto just being on fire? Any write up Sattto man?

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play the ball area is a real problem for rugby league, very difficult for refs .The player taking the ball in should secure the ball

It seemed like every other penalty, and there were a lot of them, was for ball stealing.

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Heard thatto gave ince a good hiding on their own midding! Not sure of the score but believe thatto notched up a half century. Looking at previous results for ince, I found this a surprise, have they lost players does anyone know, or was it a case of thatto just being on fire? Any write up Sattto man?

Yeah there is a write up on the THC website

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i wish he did he is too fat and slow and thinks people have came to watch him and not rugby spoiled a great game

says a lot about him aswel when he's partying at the prince of egremonts engagement

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says a lot about him aswel when he's partying at the prince of egremonts engagement

big call that isohunt if true!

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big call that isohunt if true!

@redrocket I was told from a very good source!! Seems to be the only ref in ncl that refs in Cumbria, bearing in mind Lancashire is only hour and half away.

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Yeah there is a write up on the THC website

Cheers statman just had a butchers, looks like thatto have a very bright future ahead with all the youth coming through replacing the lads that have retired and moved to semi pro teams. Out of interest, how many players have you lost through retirement and signing semi pro?

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Cheers statman just had a butchers, looks like thatto have a very bright future ahead with all the youth coming through replacing the lads that have retired and moved to semi pro teams. Out of interest, how many players have you lost through retirement and signing semi pro?

We lost Alex Trumper half way through last year when he signed a short term deal at Saints and has since moved on to Rochdale. Danny Davies, Alex McClurg and Dave Hull have joined Rochdale while Ant Bate has gone to Leigh Centurions. Glenn Holland has gone travelling and Josh Lynch has gone to Aus to play. David Johnson and James Clarke have both retired. It is the same for a lot of teams though, every team will lose and gain a few players each year. We've been lucky that the U18s have been a real exceptional team for the last couple of years and a few of those are now starting to go very well at NCL level. A couple of really tough fixtures coming up though with trips to Skirlaugh and Egremont on the back of Featherstone next week but hopefully we'll carry on going ok.

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