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  1. fevnut’s musings: State of Play, Reserves and a Milestone fevnut’s blog is primarily about Featherstone Rovers (obviously!). But this week we also analyse the current state of play in the Championship and what the possible outcomes are at the end of the league season. And there is a bit of analysis about the super league situation too. We also welcome the decision to run a proper reserves competition in 2020 and record a big milestone in Fev’s history that occurred in Toronto last weekend. 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/2019/07/fevnuts-musings-28-state-of-play.html
  2. Greetings to our friends in Rochdale Every week fevnut writes a blog that includes his ‘musings’ column. This week we analyse the current state of play in the Championship and what the possible outcomes are at the end of the league season. We also welcome the decision to run a proper reserves competition in 2020 and record a big milestone in Fev’s history that occurred in Toronto last weekend. 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 Rochdale squad and another about the history of matches between Rochdale and Fev. Looking forward to seeing you all on Sunday. https://fevblog452.blogspot.com/2019/07/fevnuts-musings-28-state-of-play.html
  3. fevnut’s musings: State of Play, Reserves and a Milestone In the latest edition of fevnut’s musings we analyse the current state of play in the Championship and what the possible outcomes are at the end of the league season. We also welcome the decision to run a proper reserves competition in 2020 and record a big milestone in Fev’s history that occurred in Toronto last weekend. 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/2019/07/fevnuts-musings-28-state-of-play.html
  4. fevnut’s musings: State of Play, Reserves and a Milestone fevnut’s blog is primarily about Featherstone Rovers (obviously!). But this week we also analyse the current state of play in the Championship and what the possible outcomes are at the end of the league season. And there is a bit of analysis about the super league situation too. We also welcome the decision to run a proper reserves competition in 2020 and record a big milestone in Fev’s history that occurred in Toronto last weekend. 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/2019/07/fevnuts-musings-28-state-of-play.html
  5. I think the red button at 6pm is on Sky Sports Action channel not Arena as mentioned by someone above.
  6. Last year Wendy and I found a lovely restaurant not far from the Rogers Centre called the Amsterdam Brewhouse on the Lake. They have some great salads and a great evening view over the lake! 245 Queens Quay W, Toronto, ON M5J 2K9, Canada https://www.amsterdambeer.com/brewhouse
  7. Greetings to our friends in Toronto Every week fevnut writes a blog that includes his ‘musings’ column. This week we take a look at Fev’s tough but victorious match against Leigh Centurions last week and our match against Toronto this weekend. In that section we include a chart that compares Toronto’s results against each of the other Championship teams ranking them in order of success! 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 Toronto squad and another about the history of matches between Toronto and Fev. We wish we could be with you on Saturday. We came last year and absolutely loved your city and its surroundings but it is too expensive for us to be able to afford the trip twice in 2 years! https://fevblog452.blogspot.com/2019/07/fevnuts-musings-27-last-sunday-and-this.html
  8. fevnut’s musings: Two big matches in two weeks In the latest edition of fevnut’s musings we write about our match last Sunday against Leigh and there was a lot to say about that! We also write about our coming match against Toronto. That one will be even tougher. 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/2019/07/fevnuts-musings-27-last-sunday-and-this.html
  9. Day Golding Reynolds Everyone else Great all team performance
  10. fevnut’s musings: Referee locations, Halfback pairings, and the future of the 1895 Cup fevnut’s blog is primarily about Featherstone Rovers (obviously!). But this week we also write about controversial selection of referees to officiate in matches involving their local team, the future of the 1895 Cup and the problems of using dual reg and loan players in key positions. 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/2019/07/fevnuts-musings-26-1895-cup-future-tom.html
  11. Greetings to our friends in Leigh Every week fevnut writes a blog that includes his ‘musings’ column. This week we take a look at the problems of dual reg and loan players in key positions and the future of the 1895 Cup. We also question commonly perceived concerns about referees officiating in matches involving their local team. 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 Leigh squad and another about the history of matches between Leigh and Fev. Looking forward to seeing you all on Sunday. https://fevblog452.blogspot.com/2019/07/fevnuts-musings-26-1895-cup-future-tom.html
  12. fevnut’s musings: Halfback pairings, future of the 1895 cup and referee locations In the latest edition of fevnut’s musings we write about our ever changing halfback partnerships, the future of the 1895 Cup and referees taking charge of matches involving their local team. In addition we write about worries that some of our players maybe being targeted for over-zealous tackles. 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/2019/07/fevnuts-musings-26-1895-cup-future-tom.html
  13. fevnut’s musings: Transfer deadline and Why did it happen fevnut’s blog is primarily about Featherstone Rovers (obviously!). But this week we also write about the Transfer deadline this year and how it impacts upon dual reg. We also look at what happened at Fev last Sunday and try to find some reasons for such a shock result. 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/2019/06/fevnuts-musings-25-why-did-it-happen.html
  14. Greetings to our friends in Halifax Every week fevnut writes a blog that includes his ‘musings’ column. This week we take a look at our last match at home to Barrow and try to find some reasons for what happened. Having found confusion amongst friends about the transfer deadline this year and the rules for dual reg, we also set out how it works in 2019. 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 Halifax squad and another about the history of matches between Halifax and Fev. Looking forward to seeing you all on Sunday. https://fevblog452.blogspot.com/2019/06/fevnuts-musings-25-why-did-it-happen.html
  15. fevnut’s musings: Why did it happen and Transfer deadline In the latest edition of fevnut’s musings we write about our last match at home to Barrow and try to find some reasons for what happened. Having found confusion amongst friends about the transfer deadline this year and the rules for dual reg, we also set out how it works in 2019. 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/2019/06/fevnuts-musings-25-why-did-it-happen.html
  16. Because in the past Grand Finals have always been on neutral grounds for both Super League and Championship and the potential of 2 trips with only a week's notice to Canada with part-time players is unreasonable. Don't get me wrong, I welcome Toronto being in our league and absolutely loved my trip to Toronto last year.
  17. fevnut’s musings: The Complete Team, Nightmare Scenario for Play-Offs fevnut’s blog is primarily about Featherstone Rovers (obviously!). But this week we also write about a potential scenario for the Championship play-offs which the RFL don’t seem to have considered but need to do something about as a matter of urgency. 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/2019/06/fevnuts-musings-24.html
  18. Greetings to our friends in Barrow Every week fevnut writes a blog that includes his ‘musings’ column. This week we take a look at three topics. Fev’s last match at home to Widnes, a major trophy that has been awarded to ‘Featherstone’ and demonstrate that there is a potential nightmare scenario in the play-offs. 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. Looking forward to seeing you all on Sunday. https://fevblog452.blogspot.com/2019/06/fevnuts-musings-24.html
  19. fevnut’s musings: The Complete Team, Nightmare Scenario for Play-Offs In the latest edition of fevnut’s musings we write about our last match at home to Widnes and what we learn about our team from that match. We also reveal a major trophy that has been awarded to ‘Featherstone’ and demonstrate that there is a potential nightmare scenario in the play-offs. 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/2019/06/fevnuts-musings-24.html
  20. I was born in London and spent my childhood there and on the Surrey/Hampshire border. Used to watch the Challenge Cup final on television. The sports I played were cricket, soccer and hockey. I came north to college at Bretton Hall and started teaching in Normanton. I played the occasional game of RU at Pontefract alongside a brilliant young lad. He got signed up by Featherstone and I went to watch him play at Post Office Road and realised that RL was a much greater sport to watch than any other and became completely hooked. It became a major part of my life and I edited the Fev programme for a number of years, became a trustee of the foundation and spend a large part of my time producing fevnut's blog! And the young lad was who caused me to start watching was ... Charlie Stone!
  21. The figure for this season is now 31. The one missing from your list is Dale Ferguson. This equals the number of try scorers in 1998 but in 2015 there were 33 and that is the highest ever. Plenty of time for that to be equalled or beaten.
  22. It was last season and he equalled the Fev record of 6 tries in a match. The others who did it were Mick Smith and Chris Bibb.
  23. fevnut’s musings: Sheffield Match, 1895 Cup and Strange Tables fevnut’s blog is primarily about Featherstone Rovers (obviously!). But this week we also write about the 1895 Cup (a great idea wrecked by lousy planning) and we point out something very odd indeed about the current Super League and League One tables. 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/2019/06/fevnuts-musings-23-sheffield-match-1895.html
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