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  1. Quite interesting last night that Wigan seemed to focus the majority of their attacks down the Right Edge. Don’t know if loosing Sam Powell effected this. Should favour Liam Marshall this season if that is their attacking patterns though.
  2. What do we think will be the BBC Game ? Id like it to be one of the amateur games. Think Siddal vs West Hull will be a cracker.
  3. Sky bet. They have today’s games on aswell
  4. Odds are now on. What we fancying at the prices
  5. I think it would only be a win or loose market with maybe the handicap system. Can’t see them going into depth. Suppose we will find out later today or tomorrow morning if it’s something they will offer. Would make a nice acca to pick 5 or 6 winners out.
  6. Could be wrong then. I thought i saw they did for the first round last year.
  7. Sky Bet do They offer bets on all the NCL league winners market.
  8. Anybody know which firms will be offering match bets for the opening round this weekend ?
  9. Raf vs Bentley on the Sunday at RAF Cranwell. 1.30 ko
  10. What’s the dates for the early rounds ? Is there a list of confirmed entrants anywhere ?
  11. Surely the sides coming into the NCL should be playing the top division of the regional leagues. If not what’s the benefits of playing in the Premier Divisions of the YML and the NWML
  12. The National Conference League have confirmed they will not be replacing Salford City Roosters for the 2020 season and leaving it at 49 teams for now. The original plan was to create a fifth division for the 2020 season, but will now leave it at four and restructure for 2021. Chairman Alan Smith explained he had taken feedback from the clubs regarding the structure of the league going forward. He said: “One reason is that some Division Three clubs said that 26 games were too many. “The NCL will therefore be looking at a restructure for 2021 and the NCL Management has decided not to accept any new teams for 2020. “Division Three will therefore have thirteen teams, playing 24 games. Promotion and relegation will remain the same for 2020.” Clubs that have applied this time only to miss out are Dalton and Walney Central (the latter former members), both of Furness, and West Cumbria outfits Ellenborough Rangers and Seaton Rangers, together with Yorkshire Mens League sides Bentley (Doncaster) and Wyke (Bradford).
  13. I think a few clubs passed the criteria and the first stage then the NCL just pulled the plug.
  14. Alan Smith. The Ncl management decided not to accept any teams this year. Wonder why this was
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