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John Drake

28/06/13 - St Helens v Hull Kingston Rovers - KO 8pm

Who will win?  

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  1. 1. Who will win?

    • St Helens
      7
    • Hull Kingston Rovers
      5
    • Draw
      2


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Referee: R Hicks

Touch Judge: P Marklove

Touch Judge: J Cobb

Reserve: J Callaghan

Match Commissioner: I Ollerton

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Time Keeper: K Leyland

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Hull KR squad: Liam Salter, Lincoln Wither, Adam Walker, Sean Gleeson, Evarn Tuimavave, Jordan Cox, Con Mika, Travis Burns, Graeme Horne, Alex Brown, Craig Hall, Mickey Paea, David Hodgson, Rhys Lovegrove, Michael Dobson, Cory Paterson, Greg Eden, Keal Carlile, Josh Hodgson.

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St Helens squad: Paul Wellens, Jordan Turner, Francis Meli, Lance Hohaia, Jonny Lomax, James Roby, Louie McCarthy-Scarsbrook, Tony Puletua, Jon Wilkin, Willie Manu, Anthony Laffranchi, Paul Clough, Josh Jones, Tom Makinson, Joe Greenwood, Alex Walmsley, Mark Percival, Stuart Howarth, Gareth O'Brien.

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Well I'm backing us.  I think since the Leeds game we have been improving in part of our game. We are far from a top class side, but we are now more balanced. We have a halfback and the backs have been more creative.

 

The pack looks a lot more settled with Roby back controlling things.

 

We have also added too our strike this week with Percival.

 

He just needs to keep his head up in defense.

 

But so long as Meli keeps his arms below head height, I think we will go ok.

 

I'm predicting Saints by 8.

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Well I'm backing us.  I think since the Leeds game we have been improving in part of our game. We are far from a top class side, but we are now more balanced. We have a halfback and the backs have been more creative.

 

The pack looks a lot more settled with Roby back controlling things.

 

We have also added too our strike this week with Percival.

 

He just needs to keep his head up in defense.

 

But so long as Meli keeps his arms below head height, I think we will go ok.

 

I'm predicting Saints by 8.

I'd go with all of that. 

 

I think we'll get some revenge for the last two meetings and will go with a slightly higher Saints winning margin of 12 - 18 points.

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I bet there was some booing at the halftime whistle. Is Howarth playing at 2nd row????!

There was booing at halftime.  Yes, Howarth is playing at 2nd row.

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No surprise there.  We were total ######.  All you had to do was turn up!

I should've listened to you last week when you said not to get carried away with the Salford result.

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I should've listened to you last week when you said not to get carried away with the Salford result.

People do tend to think I'm all doom and gloom, but when a team can't break the deadlock until 50 mins against the lowest side in the league then that is cause to be concerned, no matter what the final score!  Last week was about Salford caving in, not us 'going up a gear'.  We ony have reverse this season!

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