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The Future is League

How many of these players will end up in Super League?

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Someone on RLFans mooted Ben Pomeroy to Bradford. And Roy Asotasi... :rolleyes:

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Roy Asotasi is apparently off to Warrington. The rest will probably end up at Hull KR, so they can achieve their dream of having an entire roster of Australians playing in an English competition :)

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Roy Asotasi is apparently off to Warrington.

The Asotasi thing has been running on and off for five years on the Bradford RL Fans site.

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The Asotasi thing has been running on and off for five years on the Bradford RL Fans site.

Are you sure? I'm sure it's much longer than that.....

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Ryan Stig been rumoured to be going to cas but its gone quiet in recent weeks so probly just a rumour

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Better off waiting for the young West Cumbrians to come through to the Super league first teams......its amazing how many young kids from the area are now at SL clubs.

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Asotasi to Warrington isn't really a rumour, we announced it about two months back..

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Ryan Stig been rumoured to be going to cas but its gone quiet in recent weeks so probly just a rumour

The "Top Gear" headlines are already in the RL writers laptops. Unless Cas stay on Wheldon road then it will be "Stig of the Dump" ;)

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Better off waiting for the young West Cumbrians to come through to the Super league first teams......its amazing how many young kids from the area are now at SL clubs.

I know it's a well worn subject but if only the small clubs in Cumbria could get their heads together and provide these lads with a platform a little close to home.....

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I know it's a well worn subject but if only the small clubs in Cumbria could get their heads together and provide these lads with a platform a little close to home.....

A Cumbria academy is coming about, hopefully the players produced get sent to the 3 clubs so they are able to benefit from them. The amount of South Cumbrian and West Cumbrian lads who have been scouted by SL clubs is impressive if I'm honest.

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A Cumbria academy is coming about, hopefully the players produced get sent to the 3 clubs so they are able to benefit from them. The amount of South Cumbrian and West Cumbrian lads who have been scouted by SL clubs is impressive if I'm honest.

The academy has just been rated as 'good' by the RFL. The problem is that to seek a viable career these lads have to move on.

I never advocate mergers/joint ventures but Cumbria is a special case and it would be a travesty if there wasn't a strong Cumbrian presence in the top 24 clubs come 2014.

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