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Wolford6

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  1. https://rugbyleague.wales/wales-open-age-players Probably from 2019: Caleb Aekins Full-back 22; Bailey Antrobus Second row 20; Gavin Bennion Second row ;Chester Butler Centre 24; Mike Butt Wing 25; Connor Davies Prop 23; Curtis Davies Half back 23; Gil Dudson Prop 30; Jake Emmitt Prop 31; Ben Evans Prop 27; Morgan Evans Prop 28; Rhys Evans Centre 27; Will Evans Centre 19; Dan Fleming Prop 28; Ben Flower Utility forward 32; Matty Fozard Utility forward 25; Regan Grace Wing 23; Dalton Grant Wing 30; Cobi Green Half back 21; Lewis Hall Centre 19; Elliot Jenkins Half back 21; Sion Jones Back row 22; Elliot Kear Full-back 31; Rhodri Lloyd Second row 27; Rob Massam Wing 32; Matthew Morgan; Half back 19; Ben Morris Centre 23; James Olds Centre 29; Steve Parry Hooker 31; Josh Ralph Half back 23; Liam Rice-Wilson Half back 24; Luis Roberts Centre 18; Lloyd White Half back 31; Rhys Williams Wing 30
  2. You wouldn't have said that if you'd seen Wales v Australia in the semi-final of the 2000 World Cup. Every Welsh player played above his reputation. Australia: Lockyer, MacDougall, Girdler, Gidley, Sailor, Fittler (capt), Kimmorley, Webcke, Gower, Vella, Tallis, Fletcher, Hill. Replacements: Barrett, Kearns, Kennedy, Hindmarsh Wales: Harris, Smith, Tassell, Critchley, Sullivan, Briers, Watson, Farrell, Cunningham, Moriarty, Morgan, Highton, Morley. Replacements: Davies, Atcheson, Devereux, Luckwell.
  3. We have had Australian-based players paying their own way to Wales to play for our team. I don't know if Tyson did but he put in a full effort every time he played. So did Justin Morgan and , especially, Mark Lennon. I was in the hotel after Wales lost to America. The Welsh fans loved them just the same. Genuine questions: Are you Welsh? Have you ever been to watch Wales play?
  4. If Morgan was a dyed-in-the-wool Welshman, he wouldn't have switched colours. Fair enough. Players will naturally have a wish to win a World Cup. When he's getting on a bit, he'd be welcome back to provide a valuable touchstone for young Welsh players coming through. Same would apply if he fell out with the English coaching regime. However, in a lifetime, only two countries should be allowed per player. No one slagged off George Fairbank when he played for England. There was no Scotland team at the time.
  5. We need dual-nationality to expand the game.
  6. When you look up a word, it comes with phonetic guideline marks as to how you should pronounce it. I'll bet 99% of the country, including me, don't know what those guidance marks sound like. indistinguishable /ɪndɪˈstɪŋɡwɪʃəb(ə)l/
  7. British championships should be on this week; doesn't seem to be on live TV.
  8. November 2018 v Ireland. We've got some lined up for this Autumn. Whether they'll take place is anyone's guess. Just looked at the "Elite Squad". It's got Caleb Aekins of Penrith Panthers in it. So he'll be a decent fullback. We've two good wingers and Elliot Kear as a good centre. Three good halfbacks. Plenty of multi-positioners. We need another prop and some luck with injuries.
  9. Fair point. I'll still like him as a player, except when he plays in home internationals. I'd like Chester Butler to come through for us. Rhys Evans could also make a go of it. We need a few players now though.
  10. I wish James Bentley could find a Welsh grandparent as well as an Irish one.. Failing that, I would be really upset if he clattered Morgan Knowles in their game.
  11. World Cup next year. Will he make the England squad? Maybe he has been advised that he will.
  12. UK Seniors Championship is on the BBC Red Button. Apparently Jimmy White beat Joe Johnson today. Bah Humbug but good luck Jimmy.
  13. necessary receipt Filipino, Philip and the Philippines odour and odorous
  14. I love watching cycling, though I haven,t ever done much cycling myself. Like thousands of other blokes, I have a mountain bike which has the important role of always getting in the way in the garage. I always favoured Team Sky, though I hated their robotic tactics. Fortunately, I don't have to in this year's Tour de france because hey have only picked one British rider ... Luke Rowe. Luke and Ian Stannard have been my favourite riders since Jens Voight packed up; buried themselves for the team in the both stage races and classics. Obviously, I'll still be rooting for Luke. This year, I will be rooting for Team:Lotto Soudal. Domestique: Luke Rowe Climber: Esteban Chaves Rouleur: John Degenkolb Sprinter: Arnaud Demare Obviously, I'll have to nominate a substitute if any of these miss the race
  15. I think I may have had a chat with Ian Anniss at the Danny Jones memorial game. A nice bloke.
  16. If I'm proved wrong, I'll apologise. If I'm proved right, you might say nothing. That's often the way of things amongst the claque.
  17. I'm not getting into a hypothetical argument. The circumstances will emerge at the inquest.
  18. Two brothers and a cousin involved. None old enough to dive so someone must have driven them there. Possibly not the brothers; parents who "were informed" of their bodies being found. The rules: People from different households must not meet in a private home or garden. You must not: host people you do not live with in your home or garden, unless they’re in your support bubble meet people you do not live with in their home or garden travel outside of these areas to meet people in their home or garden Your household is only the people you live with, or people within your support bubble. A support bubble is where a household with one adult joins with any other household. Households within a bubble can still visit each other, stay overnight, and visit public places together.
  19. Flouting the regulations. Kirklees, like Bradford, is in secondary lockdown.
  20. Two young lads drowned eighty miles from their home in Dewsbury.
  21. Jack Austin was a rough and tumble player not averse to getting his retaliation first, especially against Leeds. They interviewed him once on a midweek Radio Leeds show. He spoke like the managing director of the Savoy Hotel. Lee Crooks is cut from the same cloth. Sky should snap him up.
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