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  1. And so it begins. The Leigh Squad: 1Gregg McNally 3Iain Thornley 6Martyn Ridyard (vice-captain) 7Josh Woods 8Tom Spencer 9Micky Higham (captain) 10Sam Brooks 11Toby Adamson 12Andy Thornley 15Joe Cator 17Nick Gregson 19Mitch Cox 20Ben Sims 21Brad Holroyd 29Jake Emmitt 30Gareth Hock Luke Douglas (St Helens loan) James Bentley (St Helens DR) Josh Eaves (St Helens DR)
  2. Just love that quote: " Play for the badge on the front of the shirt and they will remember the name on the back". Quietly confident!
  3. The build up to a great match begins: Hunslet squad news: Club Captain Duane Straugheir makes a welcome return following a long injury lay off as Thornton has rung the changes. Also returning are Gareth Potts, Adam Robinson, Josh Tonks, Nathan Chappell & Danny Nicklas. New loan signing from Sheffield Eagles Rory Dixon is also set for his debut after training with the club last night. Missing out are Tom Ashton (knee), Tommy Brierley, Reece Dean, Nyle Flynn, Dan Hawksworth & Ryan Wright.
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    Correction, O'Donnell is in the squad.
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    Coventry

    Correction, O'Donnell is in the squad
  6. Now on our official fixture list page.
  7. Good news, the ‘on report’ referee action from the derby match reference late contact in the 54th minute by Perry Singleton on Phillips was considered NFA. “ Player comes into contact with opponent as opponent passes ball. Contact is from player’s chest to shoulder of opponent– does not drive or promote body into contact.”
  8. Nothing easy about this game. This is just the kind of game that Town need to prove themselves. If they are not "up for it" for the full 80 minutes, then Keighley will most probably win. Keighley 'Misfits' are now one of the in-form sides in the league after their defeat of Doncaster on Good Friday made it three successive league wins and they are unbeaten since their opening day loss at Whitehaven. The atmosphere will be electric, with the Cougars averaging plus 1000 attendance figures and the chance for them to finally clear the 12 point deduction start with a defeat of Town. Town always play better when the odds are against them and this type of match is the best opportunity to prove their worth. No excuse not to travel to support them, entrance fee is £10 adults, £5 concession and free admission for juniors aged 13 and under. A big crowd behind Town and a win is very possible!
  9. Club Statement today: “The club would like to thank our supporters for their patience and support at this time. The Board’s focus as always is to continue the good progress we’ve made against our strategic plan. As you can imagine at a sensitive time like this, the club wants to ensure it is respectful to all parties involved. Therefore, further communications will be made at the appropriate time. Ollie Wilkes, the coaching staff, and the team are all fully focused on this weekend’s game against Keighley. We urge the fans to get behind the team on Sunday as we look to pick up the win and finish the rest of the season strongly.” The reality is that we move on. The game on Sunday is the main focus now, I for one will be in the crowd at Keighley supporting what I know will be a bunch of lads giving their all for Town, couldn’t ask for more!
  10. As published on the Thunder Web Site: Interesting squad to face Town. Out: Fitzsimmons, Aston, H. Aldous, McAvoy. In: Weetman, Sidney, Clarke, Craig.
  11. On the main site: WORKINGTON TOWN from: OLIVER WILKES - Captain. JAMIE DORAN - Vice-captain STEVIE SCHOLEY FUI FUI MOI MOI JAMES WORTHINGTON SCOTT ROOKE PERRY SINGLETON CLAYTON SUTTON GORDON MAUDLING DANNY TICKLE KARL OLSTROM SEAN PENKYWICZ JONATHON WALSH ELLIOT MILLER CARL FORBER SAM HOPKINS TOM CURWEN CAINE BARNES TYLLAR MELLOR
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