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Barrow vs Whitehaven predictions

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41 minutes ago, LeeF said:

40 plus points victory for Barrow without a doubt. 

whoa there Lee ... Haven are a very good side and will give us real problems im sure

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On ‎25‎/‎09‎/‎2017 at 10:06 PM, Havenfan13 said:

Carl Forster 

Glenn Riley 

Carl Forster have over 16 tries this year would take both over bullock 

It is not just try scoring that has to be taken in to account think about making  tries; defence etc need I say more!

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Absolutely gutted we can't be there on Sunday ,but I know Cresta and the players will do their very best and get us promotion .24-12 to Barrow .COME ON BARROW.One thing is certain the fans will be that 14th man

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Just had a message off my Workington mate. They're coming down to support us. Shame about the bloody weather forecast. Haven love a mud fest.

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You do, helped you against TWP. Just kiddin. A warm sunny day would be perfect but Walney weather is against us i'm afraid. Would like to wish you luck but......nah.

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And the attendance has been estimated from 1400 to 3000+! That's just in the pub this afternoon! Old Friends Ulverston. Rammed watching the £1M game. Does anyone know what it wil be?

 

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1 hour ago, boat builder said:

And the attendance has been estimated from 1400 to 3000+! That's just in the pub this afternoon! Old Friends Ulverston. Rammed watching the £1M game. Does anyone know what it wil be?

 

Just home, I guessed 2500 in the Old Friends :)

 

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weather will play a big part in attendance .

6.40pm: MEMBERS of the Environment Agency and Met Office forecasters are working closely this evening to monitor any changes to the weather in Cumbria following flash flooding across the South and West of the county. Millom, Haverigg and Grizebeck are among some of the worst hit areas with a significant number of houses suffering flood damage.

http://www.newsandstar.co.uk/news/Breaking-Flash-flooding-hits-large-parts-of-West-and-South-Cumbria-fe0f13e0-2a70-4b70-84a1-a6c3effb24a2-ds

 

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Hope you guys from both sides have a great day supporting your respective clubs.Safe journeys to you all.Long live Cumbrian rugby league.

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