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12/04/13 - Leeds Rhinos v London Broncos - KO 8pm

Who will win?   10 members have voted

  1. 1. Who will win?

    • Leeds Rhinos
      7
    • London Broncos
      3
    • Draw
      0

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Referee: G Stokes

Touch Judge: J Cobb

Touch Judge: C Leatherbarrow

Reserve: T Hudson

Match Commissioner: J Holdsworth

In Goal: S Ansell

In Goal: T Crashley

Time Keeper: I McGregor

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Referee: G Stokes

Touch Judge: J Cobb

Touch Judge: C Leatherbarrow

Reserve: T Hudson

Match Commissioner: J Holdsworth

In Goal: S Ansell

In Goal: T Crashley

Time Keeper: I McGregor

That's not a name I recognise.

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London squad: Chris Bailey, Mark Bryant, Michael Channing, Liam Colbon, Matt Cook, Kieran Dixon, Erjon Dollapi, Ben Fisher, Craig Gower, Alex Hurst, Antonio Kaufusi, Tommy Lee, Will Lovell, Chris Melling, Chad Randall, Shane Rodney, Dan Sarginson, Scott Wheeldon, Michael Witt.

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That's not a name I recognise.

Tall ,ginger hair,normally a touch judge.

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Leeds squad: Zak Hardaker, Kallum Watkins, Joel Moon, Ryan Hall, Danny McGuire, Rob Burrow, Kylie Leuluai, Paul McShane, Jamie Peacock, Jamie Jones-Buchanan, Carl Ablett, Kevin Sinfield, Stevie Ward, Ian Kirke, Chris Clarkson, Mitch Achurch, Richard Moore, Brad Singleton, Liam Sutcliffe.

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I dont expect Leeds have it all their own way.Leeds 32-london 18

Those 18 points being a Dixon hat trick?

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Those 18 points being a Dixon hat trick?

I think it could be one of those games"come on Leeds so and so wake up"

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Comfortable Leeds win, hopefully Brad Singleton gets a run out.

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Although this is theoretically an easy Leeds win, we've won three out of the last five at Headingley so it might not be the cake walk for Leeds that form suggests.

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First live game of the year, cannot wait!

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Although this is theoretically an easy Leeds win, we've won three out of the last five at Headingley so it might not be the cake walk for Leeds that form suggests.

 

I agree - you don't see "cake walk" used very much these days. Must google its meaning.

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It may be the first sign of madness to reply to your own post, but cakewalk probably derives from a (somewhat controversial) American dance, which, while it can be strenuous, was generally considered pretty simple. Piece of cake may come from the same source.

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Who voted for London?

Leeds always struggle against London at Headingley,as has been stated,London have won 3 from 5 at Headingley.

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Who voted for London?

 

Me. It's a classic Leeds banana skin regular season fixture.

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Me. It's a classic Leeds banana skin regular season fixture.

I agree totally. I said on Southstander that if leeds turn up unfocused it could be a high scoring game that goes either way. Looks like we're resting Sinfield and Peacock too so that'll be interesting.

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As this has been a decent hunting ground in recent times I am inexplicably going

for an away win by 4.

 

Will probably get stuffed mind. ;) 

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As much as I'd like London to win a match, I don't want them to win this one. I'll be happy with a close win by Leeds to stay (potentially) top of the league, and London to win next weekend :)

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Just got back from the game. Sloppy in parts- the weather didn't help there. London probably had as much of the ball and put as much pressure on Leeds as Leeds did to them. The inference was while London's forwards matched Leeds, Leeds created more in attack through the likes of Sinfield and McGuire. In contrast London's halves were very poor.

Seriously, Craig Gower used to be good, but he should really hang up his boots. He looked unfit, overweight and disinterested. He made too many errors and created little. Witt was just as poor.

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