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  1. Greetings to our friends in Dewsbury Every week fevnut writes a blog that includes his ‘musings’ column. Although it is primarily about Fev (obviously) fans of our opposition teams have enjoyed taking a look. This week the article includes some thoughts about the French teams in our competition, the record we equalled last Sunday and hope to break this weekend and a big surprise for two of our players on the appalling RFL website. There is also our view about the latest rule change and congratulations to Craig Hall. Find out why we are writing about the French clubs as
  2. fevnut’s musings: Rugby à Treize, That record, Rule change and Craig Hall The latest edition of ‘fevnut’s musings’ is now available to read. This week the article includes some thoughts about the French teams in our competition, the record we equalled last Sunday and hope to break this weekend and a big surprise for two of our players on the appalling RFL website. There is also our view about the latest rule change and congratulations to Craig Hall. Find out why we are writing about the French clubs as well as viewing the other issues. Access ‘musings’ by clicking on
  3. Thank you, it's really nice to be appreciated!
  4. Smudger 06, in response we have produced a 'fevnut special' in fevnut's blog detailing a comprehensive list of Fev's records. You can access it with this link: https://fevblog452.blogspot.com/2021/06/a-fevnut-special-rovers-all-time-records.html
  5. Oh no I'm not! I have a database of all Fev players and, where known, it includes other clubs that they have played for. So, it's just a matter of doing a query on the database!!
  6. I have 86 players who have played for both clubs: Joe Arundel Vic Darlison Bill Hutchinson Matt Ryan Cory Aston Jack Dennis Matt James Jarrod Sammut Bill Atherton Anthony England Francis Jarvis Bill Sherwood Jordan Baldwinson Steve Evans Craig Kopczak Harry Siejka David Barends Connor Farrell Jordan Lilley Ian Slater
  7. The match in which Mick Morgan scored a hatrick was in November 1980 and against Dewsbury. And, it was away so the Keith Mumby reference is a different match, possibly 5/4/81 when Mumby kicked 5 goals at POR. Steve Quinn played at stand-off in both those games. That season Steve Quinn played 12 games at stand-off and 2 at fullback.
  8. Greetings to our friends in Bradford Every week fevnut writes a blog that includes his ‘musings’ column. Although it is primarily about Fev (obviously) fans of our opposition teams have enjoyed taking a look. This week we write about the perils of trying to answer a question when there are many different possible answers. History (and particularly RL history) is fraught with pitfalls! We ponder on developments with the RFL website which we lambasted last week We also look at some issues around the upcoming game between Fev and Bradford. Access the article by usi
  9. fevnut’s musings: History is dangerous, RFL website (update) and Fev v Bradford The latest edition of ‘fevnut’s musings’ is now available to read. This week we write about the perils of trying to answer a question when there are many different possible answers. History (and particularly RL history) is fraught with pitfalls! We write about some developments with the RFL website which we lambasted last week and We also look at some issues around the upcoming game between Fev and Bradford. Access ‘musings’ by clicking on the link below and don't forget to use the links on the
  10. Greetings to our friends in Widnes Every week fevnut writes a blog that includes his ‘musings’ column. Although it is primarily about Fev (obviously) fans of our opposition teams have enjoyed taking a look. This week we write about Wembley dreams (for both players and fans) and why this is a very special week for Gareth Gale, and if you don’t know who Gareth is you will by Sunday evening! We also discuss the RFL’s website and analyse how awful and unreliable it is. Access the article by using the link below and then by using the links on the right hand side of the page
  11. fevnut’s musings: Wembley Dreams, Gareth Gale and the RFL’s awful website The latest edition of ‘fevnut’s musings’ is now available to read. This week we write about Wembley dreams (for both players and fans) and why this is a very special week for Gareth Gale. We also discuss the RFLs own website and analyse how awful and unreliable it is. Access ‘musings’ by clicking on the link below and don't forget to use the links on the right-hand side of the page to open other interesting pages. https://fevblog452.blogspot.com/2021/06/fevnuts-musings-12-wembley-gareth-gale.ht
  12. As I said at the beginning, I have raised it in the past with Ralph Rimmer, both in person and by email.
  13. Latest twist in this sorry but by no means untypical saga. Someone has realised that Sam Tomkins did not score 4 tries and goals for London Skolars. They now say it was Liam Harris .... who was playing for his own club (Halifax) this weekend. And it also leaves 28 Skolars points unaccounted for. A real shame because Omari Caro equalled the Skolars Tries in a Match record by scoring 5.
  14. Oh no. That can't be. London Skolars and West Wales won't have submitted that Sam Tomkins scored 4 tries and goals for London Skolars!!!
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