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John Drake

09/05/14 - Hull FC v Wigan Warriors KO 8pm

Who will win?   8 members have voted

  1. 1. Who will win?

    • Hull FC by 21 points or more
      0
    • Hull FC by 13 to 20 points
      1
    • Hull FC by 1 to 12 points
      1
    • Draw
      0
    • Wigan Warriors by 1 to 12 points
      4
    • Wigan Warriors by 13 to 20 points
      2
    • Wigan Warriors by 21 points or more
      0

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Shaul in, 10-30.

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Dominic McSomebody over.

10-34.

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OF....must be exciting, you jumped from 10-30 to 20-34.

Now corrected.

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Wigan stroll through again.

10-40.

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It's Manfredi, OF.

Sorry you're having such a rough night. They're maybe saving themselves for next week...

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Wigan stroll through again.

10-40.

 

you mean hard fought cleverly worked defence smashing walk in.

 

Just like the next that's just gone in.

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Oof! Wigan cranking up the punishment towards the end of the match.

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I'm hoping for 50.

With the hopeful bonus of Radfords departure.

Sargeson over, 10-44.

Plenty of time left.

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Matty Smith only getting 6/10 from kicks at goal, so the scoreline could be harsher.

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If one consequence of the mix and match is that Sarginson is thought of as a full back, that could lead to Hampshire being thought of solely as a 6, which would be good for us and potentially England.

OF - Dan Martin had a worse day in the Giro - targeted it all year, and broke his collar bone 15 minutes in.

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you mean hard fought cleverly worked defence smashing walk in.

Just like the next that's just gone in.

I meant what I said.

Talanoa over, comeback isn't on.

16-44.

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I meant what I said.

Talanoa over, comeback isn't on.

16-44.

 

Oh my god we are in trouble now.

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I meant what I said.

Talanoa over, comeback isn't on.

16-44.

If this was Sean Long/Tommy Martyn-era St Helens, I'd say victory was guaranteed.

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Shaul has chased down and nullified some good Wigan chances. Hull have secured a good lad there.

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Hull can take great comfort from the fact that Wigan didn't get 50, and Hull had 50 supporters left in the stadium at the end.

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Well that was weird...me and OF supporting Wigan.

Can we stick together and support Rovers tomorrow to re-establish Yorkshire superiority and then go for the treble with Rovers beating Hull to seal Radfords fate.

Mind you that game will kick off c8.00pm on Sky Plus!

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if you were a hull fan you could say it was all Richard agars fault....and you could be right for a change... :-)

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if you were a hull fan you could say it was all Richard agars fault....and you could be right for a change... :-)

It is. He taught Radford everything he knows about coaching.

Fed up of this. It's not enjoyable anymore. Just dumb passionless rubbish. Wigan didn't even have to get out of first gear.

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Was the crowd really 10500?

If so the Hull faithful crowds are increasing as the team self destructs.

Or was this Rovers fans going to watch the car crash?

Could be genuine rugby lovers taking advantage of a rare date when both teams are not at home on the same day.

Or are these figures mere PR to keep up appearances?

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You talk more about the team you hate than the team you love. Quite sad really.

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Excellent weekend, Peacock keeps on carrying Leeds, and Wigan continue to perform under the radar.

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Just posing the questions to develop a wider debate.

Over your head?

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