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WEEK 21

24th February 2014

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£10 YCK Shop Voucher came in the post this morning , good timing for the start of the season

Thanks YCK

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Keighley Cougars player-coach Paul March has been charged with committing the Grade C offence of questioning the integrity of a match official in the 43rd minute of the Kingstone Press Championship fixture at Doncaster on Sunday February 23.

 

March does not have the option of submitting an EGP and will appear before an RFL Disciplinary Tribunal on Tuesday evening .

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Keighley Cougars player-coach Paul March has been charged with committing the Grade C offence of questioning the integrity of a match official in the 43rd minute of the Kingstone Press Championship fixture at Doncaster on Sunday February 23.

 

March does not have the option of submitting an EGP and will appear before an RFL Disciplinary Tribunal on Tuesday evening .

 

He was also sin binned twice, in the first half for fighting and late in the second half for using foul and abusive language towards a match official. Not a good example to set to his players.

I wonder how much his ill discipline contributed to Keighley's defeat.

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Still, it's nice that we have such "characters"in the game isn't it. We'd all be unhappy if there was no emotion on the field of play.. And he's not costing us yards by his comments so all is good for us. Our players can learn NOT to do what he does. So he's setting an example of sorts.  

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Stevie Lewis and Rich Blakeway both playing for Normanton Knights against York Acorn today. Had a natter to Stevie and back enjoying his RL in the 'ams'.

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Why wasn't the Jockey Lane entrance open?

In other news, my season ticket is 'Book Number 0001', but my names spelt wrong, does it still count?

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Pat Smith and Benn Hardcastle in team of week

Kingstone Press Championship One Team of the Week

1 Sean Morris (Oxford)

2 Callum Mulkeen (Oxford)

3 Danny Maun (Hunslet Hawks)

4 Sam Gee (Oldham)

5 Andy Ballard (Hunslet Hawks)

6 Pat Smith (York City Knights)

7 Benn Hardcastle (York City Knights)

8 James Houston (Hunslet Hawks)

9 Craig Cook (Gloucestershire All Golds)

10 Jason Boults (Oldham)

11 John Oakes (Hunslet Hawks)

12 Lamont Bryan (London Skolars)

13 Chris Vitalini (South Wales Scorpions)

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Why wasn't the Jockey Lane entrance open?

Anyone?

 

Also, noticed our attendance was higher than 2 matches in KPC. Didn't think there was that many tbh, but there you go!

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Well done to the players selected for the team of the week. Nice to see the players come from a wide variety of teams. Considering the coach didn't think the half backs gelled as well as he had hoped it bodes well for the future once they do click into gear. 

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Will Ryan mac travel to any semi - pro club to play rugby? Thought knights might have tried to get him as they had talks pre season

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Under 20's game at home to Fev Thursday night called off due to our injury situation

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After having spoken to the club I think it's an absolute farce that the Jockey Lane turnstiles won't be open at all this season. Even worse that you have to go on a fact-finding mission yourself to find out this stuff. There was an elderly 80+ year old couple had to walk the whole way round to the other side on Sunday in the horrible rain and wind because it wasn't open and they were unaware of it not being open. Like I said, farce.

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After having spoken to the club I think it's an absolute farce that the Jockey Lane turnstiles won't be open at all this season. Even worse that you have to go on a fact-finding mission yourself to find out this stuff. There was an elderly 80+ year old couple had to walk the whole way round to the other side on Sunday in the horrible rain and wind because it wasn't open and they were unaware of it not being open. Like I said, farce.

 

 

What's the reason for them being closed?

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What's the reason for them being closed?

So someone doesn't have stand there for "2 hours", even though they only open 30 mins before the match.

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So someone doesn't have stand there for "2 hours", even though they only open 30 mins before the match.

It costs an extra security guard and 2 volunteers - when its taking 1 entry and 2 concessions, its stupid having it open.

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It costs an extra security guard and 2 volunteers - when its taking 1 entry and 2 concessions, its stupid having it open.

So why doesn't Asda/Sainsburys/Tesco only have 1 till open then so they only have to employ 1 checkout operator..? To make it easier for the customer, which the club clearly don't want to do.

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So why doesn't Asda/Sainsburys/Tesco only have 1 till open then so they only have to employ 1 checkout operator..? To make it easier for the customer, which the club clearly don't want to do.

Supermarkets make billions of pounds.

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So why doesn't Asda/Sainsburys/Tesco only have 1 till open then so they only have to employ 1 checkout operator..? To make it easier for the customer, which the club clearly don't want to do.

Because they have thousands of customers per hour. You'll notice that when customer throughput is low, they close checkouts and move employees to other duties. When they're not expecting to be busy, they don't have so many staff on.

/clapthat

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Because they have thousands of customers per hour. You'll notice that when customer throughput is low, they close checkouts and move employees to other duties. When they're not expecting to be busy, they don't have so many staff on.

/clapthat

At least you can see that the checkout is closed.

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