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Dave W

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  1. I knew I'd miss somewhere obvious! LEIGH - Hilton Park, LSV Honourable mention for the hot pot in Our House
  2. Barrow, Batley, Bramley (McLaren Field) Bradford (Odsal), Chorley, Doncaster (Tattersfield), Featherstone, Hull (Boulevard), Halifax (Thrum Hall), Hunslet (Elland Road), Keighley, Lancashire Lynx (Deepdale), Leeds, London Skolars, Mansfield, Oldham (Watersheddings), Rochdale (Spotland), Salford (The Willows), Sheffield (Owlerton), St Helens (Knowsley Road), Wakefield, Whitehaven, Widnes (Naughton Park), York (Clarence Street) Blackpool - Borough Park, Fylde RFC Carlisle - Brunton Park, Gilford Park Fulham/London Crusaders - Chiswick Polytechnic, Barnet Copthall Huddersfield - Fartown, Leeds Road Toulouse - Stade de Minimes, Stade Ernest Argelès Warrington - Wilderspool, Halliwell Jones Workington - Derwent Park, Borough Park Wigan - Central Park, Springfield Park, DW Stadium Plus Bloomfield Road, Old and New Wembley, Old Trafford, the Olympic Stadium and Okell's Stadium on the Isle of Man
  3. A bit harsh of Toronto to unleash a global pandemic just to stave off the possibility of relegation, but that's the ruthlessness of the modern game I suppose.
  4. There have been rumours circulating some time now about the leagues below Super League having to restructure. Looks very much like this could do it for them ?
  5. It's entirely possible that some teams could go to the wall if it goes on too long.
  6. There's cover on three sides!
  7. If anyone's concerned about a bog roll shortage, TWP are being ripped up for a*se paper.
  8. Also built on the footprint of a Victorian jute works. Some of the brickwork of the outer wall dates back to the 1880s at least. There used to be a railway branch line running behind what's now the main stand. The old ruined redbrick building by the main entrance was one part of those works and you can still see the bricked-up opening where they'd load the sacks onto the railway wagons!
  9. I think the problem goes back to when refs stopped being truly neutral. Top referees from Wigan and St Helens moaning about not being allowed to referee cup finals got the rules changed. https://www.yorkshirepost.co.uk/sport/ganson-blows-whistle-on-postcode-lottery-1-2467361 I'm not going to accuse referees of being partial, but the lack of neutrality certainly plays into the hands of noisy conspiracy theorists.
  10. Someone just had their comment read out on TV: "Dewsbury Rams ground looking fabulous on TV. Must be one of the best grounds outside Super League" ? Apart from literally every other Championship club's ground bar Sheffield and Whitehaven he's not wrong Presumably, it was Dewsbury's chairman who posted the comment?
  11. Might never go back. Might not go back 'Might never not go back' is just gibberish
  12. They're being eased back in gradually according to this in the Evening Mail. Link Here
  13. I think there'll always be a cash-only gate, but if you'd rather queue at it than breeze through elsewhere then go for it. Your choice.
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