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13-16/06/13 - Northern Rail Cup - Quarter Finals

Which game will provide the narrowest winning margin?   17 members have voted

  1. 1. Which game will provide the narrowest winning margin?

    • Swinton Lions v Doncaster
      5
    • Sheffield Eagles v Dewsbury Rams
      2
    • Batley Bulldogs v Workington Town
      7
    • Leigh Centurions v Whitehaven
      3

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Discuss the Northern Rail Cup Quarter Finals here.

 

Thu 13/06/13 - Swinton Lions v Doncaster    19:30 (Premier Sports)
Fri 14/06/13 - Sheffield Eagles v Dewsbury Rams    20:00
Sun 16/06/13 - Batley Bulldogs v Workington Town    14:00
Sun 16/06/13 - Leigh Centurions v Whitehaven    15:00

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Odd to see neither of last year's finalists there. Good luck to everyone left in this comp.

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We're hoping to get through unscathed, and the semi, then take the Leigh masses to Halifax for the final

 

The club is running a spirit of 2011 campaign starting fathers day

 

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PREVIEW

 

Swinton Lions v Doncaster (7.30pm, Premier Sports)

Swinton Lions coach Gary Chambers is aiming to halt a three-match losing streak in Thursday’s Northern Rail Cup quarter-final.
The Lions have not won since beating North Wales Crusaders in the same competition in mid-May.
Since then they have lost against Dewsbury Rams, Halifax and Batley Bulldogs, but Chambers hopes to be boosted by the return of Richie Hawkyard and James Laithwaite.
Chambers said: “There are some good bodies to come back for us.”
Ian Watson, Darren Hawkyard and Liam Hulme will also be given late fitness tests.
Doncaster coach Tony Miller is aiming to kick on from last week’s stunning 36-24 win at Featherstone.
Miller will check on hooker Nathan Powley (neck) before finalising his team for Thursday’s clash. Kyle Kesik (knee) is definitely ruled out.
Lee Waterman, Liam Kay and Paul Cooke all earned selection in the Premier Sports Team of the Week after their performances on Sunday. Miller will hope for more of the same against the Lions.

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I really hope we can break our losing streak. We need to get some confidence back, there are too many of our own fans having a go at the club in general, when we should be getting behind them in this hour of need

Come on Lions!

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I think the Batley v Town game will be closer than many people think!!!

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video ref is ! hes not asking for different camera angles or any thing, you could not tell from that distance if smiths foot was on the 40

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nice try for swinton good stuff from penny

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14-18 swinton getting back into it

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swinton shot themselves in the foot there, 14-24

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Why does nobby keep saying a good piece of skill is subliminal? Are some players unconscious?

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Great piece of subliminal skill there from craig fawcett

hahaha

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