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According to RFL site Dews have given up home advantage , lol

DEWSBURY RAMS V BATLEY BULLDOGS 

SUNDAY 23RD APRIL - MOUNT PLEASANT - KO: 15:00 

Referee: B Thaler

- See more at: http://www.rugby-league.com/article/39840/match-official-appointments?utm_source=Direct#sthash.zNuyIHom.dpuf

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It wouldn't surprise me if the RFL actually thought that the Rams played at mount pleasant. 

So where is the game to be played? The Rams?

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14 minutes ago, MrsK said:

It wouldn't surprise me if the RFL actually thought that the Rams played at mount pleasant. 

So where is the game to be played? The Rams?

Of course it's at the ram's :)

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59 minutes ago, coolie said:

Of course it's at the ram's :)

Ha ha not according to rfl website

DEWSBURY RAMS V BATLEY BULLDOGS  

SUNDAY 23RD APRIL  
MOUNT PLEASANT  
KO : 15:00  

Referee: B Thaler
Touch Judges: Andrew Smith N Bennett
In Goal: Arron Gill
In Goal 2: D McNeice
Reserve Referee: H Neville
M Com: J Holdsworth
Time Keeper: P Crashley - See more at: http://www.rugby-league.com/the_rfl/referee_appointments#sthash.3nxY525B.dpuf

bet teams turn up at rams and officials at Batley 

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Just look on the Batley website to see where the game is to be played..................

 

oh...................

 

wait a minute!

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2 minutes ago, fredm said:

Just look on the Batley website to see where the game is to be played..................

 

oh...................

 

wait a minute!

at least its not wrong fred , just not up yet

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1 hour ago, coolie said:

I'm getting the distinct feeling...you don't wanna come to ours ;)

The lucky mascot will be there this time so an easy win for the Dogs and Leeds at home in the next round

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 just a decent halfback required and a fair ref and am sure it will be a rather close call, until last 15 then we should come good again and romp home, then i woke up :download: sunday will say a lot for me in this game as to if they want to go that bit extra like we did last season now and again.

  if we dont fishing gears out, and am  banna ger a flat cap for a rieght fix.

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2 hours ago, 9' oller said:

Our lass bless her said oh. They gave us the fixture so the shared gate is more lucrative :shout:

Well done your lass a dog that talks sense.lol

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I don't believe that anyone could forecast the outcome of this game with the slightest degree of confidence. It could be a steady low-scoring slog, settled by a drop goal. On the other hand either side might run up a high score against a disappointing opponent. The third chance would be an exhilarating end to end contest with the winner only emerging in the final minutes. I think that I would give longish odds against the last option. 

Sadly I expect that only the diehards will turn out for this game and would not be surprised to see a three figure crowd, which would be a disappointment all round.

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I'm sure Thaler  will be slightly more experienced than that shower that officiated Friday.

Our lads will be busting a gut to put right the miserable Easter offering. Our at least I hope they will

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 but were resting 3 for fax game aint we..:scare: one things for sure if we dont give 100% in this one we really have lost the dressing room.

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Should have been busting a gut Monday but didn't........all this Taxi for Disken mularkey; I'm pretty sure that if he can't get us up for the Challenge Cup he'll know the score himself. Arrogant maybe, but not daft enough to keep banging his head against a brick wall and getting bigger headaches. 

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