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  1. Several people realised. It is the most appearances in those positions. Over the next weeks we will be posting the Top 10 in each position on the fevnut's blog.
  2. That's their total appearances, not the ones in particular positions!
  3. fevnut’s musings: Season Hiatus and Fixture Pile-Ups fevnut’s blog is primarily, but not exclusively, about Featherstone Rovers (obviously!). This week we extend our sympathy to those at the RFL who have to make plans for any number of different scenarios and hope that they use the time to really think about how the season should look in a ‘normal’ year. We also take a look back at the fixture pile-ups that often used to occur at the end of the season when rugby league was a winter sport. 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/2020/03/fevnuts-musings-09-season-hiatus-and.html
  4. fevnut’s musings: Season Hiatus and Fixture Pile-Ups The latest edition of ‘fevnut’s musings’ is now available to read. This week we extend our sympathy to those at the RFL who have to make plans for any number of different scenarios and hope that they use the time to really think about how the season should look in a ‘normal’ year. We also take a look back at the fixture pile-ups that often used to occur at the end of the season when rugby league was a winter sport. 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/2020/03/fevnuts-musings-09-season-hiatus-and.html
  5. fevnut has put together a Fev team spanning our history since 1921. There is something particularly significant about these players. The question is - Can you work out why they were selected? What is it that is special about these players? Take a look at this team by clicking on the link below https://fevblog452.blogspot.com/2020/03/a-fev-team-through-ages.html
  6. fevnut’s musings: Milestones, Unbeaten, Mothers and NO ’C’ WORDS! The latest edition of ‘fevnut’s musings’ is now available to read. We’ve tried to avoid using any word beginning with the 3rd letter of the alphabet!! This (very strange) week we mark a couple of player milestones, write about mothers (it is Mother’s Day on Sunday!) and wonder whether 2020 will end up being Fev’s most successful ever season. Access ‘musings’ by using 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/2020/03/fevnuts-musings-08-milestones-unbeaten.html
  7. fevnut’s musings: Hookers, Hunslet and Our Readers fevnut’s blog is primarily, but not exclusively, about Featherstone Rovers (obviously!). This week we highlight what we perceive to be a problem in the position of hooker. We also explain why we love the Hunslet logo and look at the proud tradition of the club. Finally, we have a thank you for our readers. 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/2020/03/fevnuts-musings-07-hookers-hunslet-and.html
  8. Greetings to our friends in Hunslet Every week fevnut writes a blog that includes his ‘musings’ column. This week we highlight what we perceive to be a problem in the position of hooker. We also explain why we love the Hunslet logo and look at the proud tradition of the club. Finally, we have a thank you for our readers. Access the article by using the link below and then by using the links on the right hand side of the page you can find all sorts of information pertinent to the match coming up on Sunday, including pages about the Hunslet squad and another about the history of matches between Hunslet and Fev. Looking forward to seeing you all on Friday! https://fevblog452.blogspot.com/2020/03/fevnuts-musings-07-hookers-hunslet-and.html
  9. fevnut’s musings: Hookers, Hunslet and Our Readers The latest edition of ‘fevnut’s musings’ is now available to read. This week we highlight what we perceive to be a problem in the position of hooker. We also explain why we love the Hunslet logo and look at the proud tradition of the club. Finally, we have a thank you for our readers. 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/2020/03/fevnuts-musings-07-hookers-hunslet-and.html
  10. Ben Blackmore Greg Worthington James Harrison
  11. Only a few weeks ago I wrote that the RFL should make clubs responsible for countering abuse of referees. I believe that the idiots that do this should be given a choice of either a one year ban from all matches or attending a refereeing course!
  12. I did say "he might not be available" not that he wouldn't. He is progressing so well and in July or August Leeds would have to agree to releasing him to Fev for the rest of the season. One can see several scenarios where they might not want to do that.
  13. fevnut’s musings: 17 Heroes, Halfback Conundrum, Injury Update (needed) fevnut’s blog is primarily, but not exclusively, about Featherstone Rovers (obviously!). We always include issues that might be of interest to all RL fans. Every week fevnut writes a blog that includes his ‘musings’ column. In the latest edition of fevnut’s musings we write about that great win in London (what a contrast to the Barrow match!) but the main item in the article is about what we call our ‘Halfback Conundrum’. It’s a matter of short term v long term, a common problem at all clubs. We also request more information about injuries (a problem shared with many other clubs) and pass on information about a Leeds player who played a couple of games for Fev last year and has now retired at the age of 19! 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/2020/03/fevnuts-musings-06-17-heroes-halfback.html
  14. Greetings to our friends in Swinton Every week fevnut writes a blog that includes his ‘musings’ column. This week write about that great win in London (what a contrast to the Barrow match!) but the main item in the article is about what we call our ‘Halfback Conundrum’. We also request more information about injuries (a problem shared with many other clubs) and pass on information about a Leeds player who played a couple of games for Fev last year and has now retired at the age of 19! Access the article by using the link below and then by using the links on the right hand side of the page you can find all sorts of information pertinent to the match coming up on Sunday, including pages about the Swinton squad and another about the history of matches between Swinton and Fev. Looking forward to seeing you all on Sunday! https://fevblog452.blogspot.com/2020/03/fevnuts-musings-06-17-heroes-halfback.html
  15. fevnut’s musings: 17 Heroes, Halfback Conundrum, and Injury Update (needed) In the latest edition of fevnut’s musings we write about that great win in London (what a contrast to the Barrow match!) but the main item in the article is about what we call our ‘Halfback Conundrum’. We also request more information about injuries and pass on information about a Leeds player who played a couple of games for Fev last year and has now retired at the age of 19! 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/2020/03/fevnuts-musings-06-17-heroes-halfback.html
  16. The fans of every team think like that> It amazes me that the refs are supposedly biased against both teams. That's even more difficult than refereeing fairly, as they see it which is what they do. Anyone found to be abusing referees should be given a choice. Either they receive a one year ban from attending any matches or they agree to go on a refereeing course!
  17. fevnut’s musings: Last Sunday, Two Roads to Wembley and Dual Reg fevnut’s blog is primarily, but not exclusively, about Featherstone Rovers (obviously!). We always include issues that might be of interest to all RL fans. Every week fevnut writes a blog that includes his ‘musings’ column. In the latest edition of fevnut’s musings we discuss that awful match last Sunday and why we were so very disappointed. We also consider how much Fev fans would love to see our team once again on the Wembley turf, whichever route it takes to get there. While paying credit to the way the Fev/Leeds dual reg partnership works we express our worry about its impact on younger players at Championship clubs. 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/2020/02/fevnuts-musing-05-last-sunday-two-roads.html
  18. Greetings to our friends in London Every week fevnut writes a blog that includes his ‘musings’ column. This week discuss that awful match last Sunday and why we were so very disappointed. We also consider how much Fev fans would love to see our team once again on the Wembley turf, whichever route it takes to get there. While paying credit to the way the Fev/Leeds dual reg partnership works we wonder whether it might have a negative impact on younger players. Access the article by using the link below and then by using the links on the right hand side of the page you can find all sorts of information pertinent to the match coming up on Sunday, including pages about the London squad and another about the history of matches between London and Fev. Sadly fevnut can’t make it ‘home’ this Sunday for, despite being an ardent Fev fan and having come to Yorkshire way back in 1968 we were actually born and brought up in Notting Hill! https://fevblog452.blogspot.com/2020/02/fevnuts-musing-05-last-sunday-two-roads.html
  19. fevnut’s musings: Last Sunday, Two Roads to Wembley and Dual Reg In the latest edition of fevnut’s musings we discuss that awful match last Sunday and why we were so very disappointed. We also consider how much Fev fans would love to see our team once again on the Wembley turf, whichever route it takes to get there. While paying credit to the way the Fev/Leeds dual reg partnership works we wonder whether it might have a negative impact on our younger players. 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/2020/02/fevnuts-musing-05-last-sunday-two-roads.html
  20. Parata Hall Harrison But it was an awful performance!
  21. fevnut’s musings: Barrow, Awful treatment of Away fans last week and Discipline fevnut’s blog is primarily but not exclusively about Featherstone Rovers (obviously!). Every week fevnut writes a blog that includes his ‘musings’ column. This week we explain how we got our dream cup tie and we write about the awful experience for some Fev fans last Sunday. Have the 2018 disciplinary problems returned? And we look at how Toronto’s well publicised squad problems might impact on Fev. 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/2020/02/fevnuts-musings-04-barrow-bradford.html
  22. Greetings to our friends in Barrow Every week fevnut writes a blog that includes his ‘musings’ column. This week we explain how we got our dream cup tie and we write about the awful experience for some Fev fans last Sunday. Have the 2018 disciplinary problems returned? And we look at how Toronto’s well publicised squad problems might impact on Fev. Access the article by using the link below and then by using the links on the right hand side of the page you can find all sorts of information pertinent to the match coming up on Sunday, including pages about the Barrow squad and another about the history of matches between Barrow and Fev. fevnut is looking forward to seeing you all on Sunday! https://fevblog452.blogspot.com/2020/02/fevnuts-musings-04-barrow-bradford.html
  23. fevnut’s musings: Barrow, Bradford, Discipline, Greg and Gareth In the latest edition of fevnut’s musings we explain how we got our dream cup tie and we write about the awful experience for some Fev fans last Sunday. Have the 2018 disciplinary problems returned? And we look at how Toronto’s well publicised squad problems might impact on Fev. 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/2020/02/fevnuts-musings-04-barrow-bradford.html
  24. 31st January 1993, lost 22-24, Challenge Cup Round 1, and the ref WAS Stuart Cummings
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