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  1. Thanks for noticing that. It's a typo and, yes, it should be 59. Corrected now!
  2. Greetings to our friends in Oldham 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 bring to your attention why Monday’s match against Oldham could be a truly historic one in Fev’s history, big achievements for Josh Hardcastle and Captain Lockwood, the Championship on TV and on being the ‘Fev Lunatics’. 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 informa
  3. fevnut’s musings: A New Fev Record, TV Josh and James and the Fev Lunatics The latest edition of ‘fevnut’s musings’ is now available to read. This week we bring to your attention why Monday’s match against Oldham could be a truly historic one in Fev’s history, big achievements for Josh Hardcastle and Captain Lockwood, the Championship on TV and on being the ‘Fev Lunatics’. 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/2021/05/fevnuts-m
  4. Greetings to our friends at York 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 York (how we would love to be there), a potentially big day for Josh Hardcastle, the return to attending matches and the Tackle-It campaign. We also explain why we are so excited about the prospect of watching rugby live later this month. Access the article by using the link below and then by using the links on the right hand side of the page you c
  5. fevnut’s musings: York, Josh Hardcastle, and Tackle-It The latest edition of ‘fevnut’s musings’ is now available to read. This week we write about York (how we would love to be there), a potentially big day for Josh Hardcastle, the return to attending matches and the Tackle-It campaign. We also explain why we are so excited about the prospect of watching rugby live later this month. 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/2021/05
  6. The latest edition of ‘fevnut’s musings’ is now available for you to read. This week we give a full explanation of the system being used for league tables this year, write about the wonderful Fev Foundation ‘Offload’ programme and express our concern about the inconsistency in our team at the moment. Access the article by clicking on the link below. https://fevblog452.blogspot.com/2021/04/fevnuts-musings-07-league-tables.html
  7. Greetings to our friends in Whitehaven 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 concentrate mainly on Fev games against Whitehaven, reminiscing about trips up to Cumbria. We select for attention two games against Whitehaven when we have done really well, but also look at two shockers (for us)! 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 informati
  8. fevnut’s musings: Whitehaven, Two Good Two Bad and Going Up The latest edition of ‘fevnut’s musings’ is now available to read. This week we concentrate mainly on Fev games against Whitehaven, reminiscing about trips up to Cumbria. We select for attention two games against them when we have done really well, but also look at two shockers! Finally, we take a look at the prospects for May. 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/2021/04/f
  9. fevnut’s musings: A record unlikely to be beaten, the Hull game, Goal-kicking and a Rule Change 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. This week ‘musings’ writes about a new record that will almost certainly never be broken and there is a section on a rule change for 2021 that we think is ridiculous and will cause big headaches for referees. Access ‘musings’ by clicking on the link below and don't forget to use the links on the right hand sid
  10. Greetings to our friends in Swinton 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 a new record that will probably never be beaten, our strange match last week against Hull FC and a new rule this year that we think is completely ridiculous. 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 Saturday,
  11. fevnut’s musings: A record unlikely to be beaten, the Hull game, Goal-kicking and a Rule Change The latest edition of ‘fevnut’s musings’ is now available to read. This week we write about a new record that will probably never be beaten, our strange match last week against Hull FC and a new rule this year that we think is completely ridiculous. 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/2021/04/fevnuts-blog-05-record-unlikely-to-be_1
  12. Greetings to our friends in Hull 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 have written about our last game and the fact that Fev are showing some brilliant attacking at times, our performances have been somewhat scratchy. 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 Saturday, including pages about th
  13. fevnut has published the latest edition of ‘fevnut’s musings’. In it we write about our feelings about Saturday’s match and also consider whether Hull FC really deserve to be regarded as one of the élite clubs of English Rugby League. Hull fans probably won’t like what we have to say there but we have also written about why we love the city. You can access ‘musing’s’ by clicking on the link below. https://fevblog452.blogspot.com/2021/04/fevnuts-musings-04-fingers-crossed-is.html
  14. fevnut’s musings: Get out of Jail, Daryl Powell and a ghastly playing strip The latest edition of ‘fevnut’s musings’ is now available to read. This week we write about the horrors of watching last week’s game against Batley in the Cup. In addition we reflect on what Daryl Powell leaving Castleford will mean for us and we also reveal what we consider to be a ghastly new playing shirt that one club has produced for 2021. 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://
  15. Thanks for pointing that out. That'll teach me to rely on memory from an ancient brain rather than checking it out!
  16. Yes, happy to pay £5 plus postage. email me at fevblog452@gmail.com for my address and to sort out the payment
  17. fevnut’s musings: Feeling Sad, New Year and Big Impressions. The first edition of ‘fevnut’s musings’ for this season now available to read. This week we reflect on some recent news that has left us feeling very sad, the rather odd start to the new year and the players who have made a big impression in our first competitive game and the two pre-season friendlies. 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/2021/03/fevnuts-musings-01-f
  18. fevnut’s blog updated page ‘Fev Squad 2021’ now includes squad numbers, ages, sponsors and the complete career stats for each player (including, where appropriate, NRL and Queensland Cup matches). Heritage Numbers are also there for those who have already played for Fev. For the others, their heritage numbers will be added as and when they make their début. Access the page by clicking on the link below. https://fevblog452.blogspot.com/2020/10/fev-squad-2021-complete-stats.html
  19. fevnut has published our latest fevnut’s musings column. We write about the desperation we feel to get to watch our team playing, but most of the article is reflections on the squad that has been put together for 2021. Finally we write about ‘Offload’ a wonderful project run by Featherstone Rovers Foundation in partnership with Rugby League Cares. Access fevnut’s musings by clicking on the link below. https://fevblog452.blogspot.com/2021/01/gettingdesperate-way-wefeel-at-moment.html
  20. fevnut has updated the ‘Fev Squad 2021: Complete Stats’ page. It now includes the stats for our latest signing and includes those for his international and NRL appearances. Do you know which 3 NRL clubs he played for? Check it out by clicking on the link below. https://fevblog452.blogspot.com/2020/10/fev-squad-2021-complete-stats.html
  21. Over the past year or so, fevnut’s blog has published charts of the player’s who have appeared most often for Rovers in a particular position. Last October we produced the page for second rowers and now we complete the ‘starting line-up’ with LOOSE FORWARDS. There are several real Fev Heroes in the chart. Access the page by clicking on the link below. https://fevblog452.blogspot.com/2021/01/fev-through-ages-loose-forwards.html
  22. It's so difficult to tell. There are many positions where we seem to have players of almost equal ability so it will probably go on fitness and who is going best in training. Let's just hope that anyone left out shows determination to get into the 17 and doesn't go into a sulk.
  23. Several people saying we have 29 players. I make it 31. Are any of these wrong? Player Prev Club Pos 1 Jimmy Beckett P/LF 2 Ben Blackmore W 3 Fa'amanu Brown HB/H/FB 4 Jack Bussey F 5 Dane Chisholm HB 6 Luke Cooper
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    RIP Rugby League in North America. Murdered by Super League.
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