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  1. Your comment certainly opens up the idea of GB. Whilst the squad that will get selected to tour later this year will almost be solely filled with players born or predominantly schooled in England. The heritage of those selected however may have some greater Celtic connection. Perhaps that is how the team should be marketed. Interview players parents or grandparents who are from the Celtic nations to demonstrate the greater British influence of that team.
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  2. Good for you. You obviously had no connection with your heritage. My family has.
    3 points
  3. A whole host of nations (albeit 4 so far). 80% of research complete, all nations (barring the big 3) should be live by January 2020. https://hecanplayfor.weebly.com/
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  4. The Eligibility rule should end with a parent. The grandparent rule is stupid in my opinion
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  5. Farewell to Headingley's floodlights. This set have been there as long as I've been watching the club ? https://www.therhinos.co.uk/2019/09/30/final-floodlight-pylon-removed-at-emerald-headingley/
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  6. Kriss Brining signs for 2020. Great signing.
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  7. This is the only way to determine true eligibility. We need all nations to declare war on each other and see who the players fight for. Blake Austin needs to form a British Expeditionary Force to take NSW by sea or he's cut. If Micky McIlorum hasn't joined an IRA active service unit within 24hrs he never gets to pull on a green jersey again.
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  8. I believe with fresh attitude which can include members of the present committee BARLA can start and reclaim clubs back into the winter, the questions that need to be asked are 1/Does the BARLA committee go around clubs to find out why they've moved away, 2/ Do they openly and actively pin point struggling clubs in the same way that the RFL did to entice them away, 3/Why have they kept with an old structure that isn't retaining clubs never mind enticing them back, 4/ Why not move to a structure that would allow clubs who've moved away to dip their toe back into winter without disrupting the system after Christmas, this list could go on and on, in short why did the Ostrich bury it's heads in the sand, surely the RFL wasn't pulling it's strings ?
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  9. Yeh , and I take the little tab off the tapes when I want to keep something
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  10. 6 posts removed. Come on... really? This isn’t the UKIP forum.
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  11. I agree. I was thinking 10 years may be a bit steep, but upon reflection, maybe not. 10 years if you were not a resident by age 12. Sounds pretty good to me.
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  12. Why ?? I’d love my grandson to play for Wales. Iestyn Harris wouldn’t have done so either according to your criteria.
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  13. The residency rule should be longer, say 10 years, or at least been to school here.
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  14. You still tape stuff? And they call me a flat capper!
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  15. Peter Downsborough, goalkeeper from Halifax. The Yorkshireman is a total legend in Wiltshire due to his many great performances for Swindon Town. But he is best remembered for his Man of the Match, game winning performance, in the 1969 League Cup Final. https://www.bbc.com/news/uk-england-49876319
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  16. Keighley player Phil Stephenson. Motor neuron disease - an absolute horror of a condition.
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