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Snowman123

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  1. Looks like a full or strong TO squad back to fitness after a few tough weeks dropping games and momentum. In 24hrs we’ll see how strong. Not much between teams in positions 2-7, and TO have dropped some easy games after being the only team to roll ( once ) TWP. I’d like to see some real competition for TWP, but it looks like they’re home and hosed.
  2. Good crowd. Difficult couple of fixtures ahead for TO with a depleted squad. Toronto will cruise with their depth.
  3. Me to. TO injuries, maybe some home ground complacency and Swinton are always a force to reckon with. That’s a big wake up call with Toronto next week.
  4. I’m surprised at the turnaround margin TO v Leigh ( 44-16 ) after last week against TWP. How did Jodie Broughton coming back from Catalans slot in? I saw his name on the bench.
  5. Canada shows a lot of promise. And there are plenty of quality players to compliment from Australia and NZ For me, Canada shows signs of a younger market developing interest.
  6. With all this talk of Canadian / US RL expansion, now also with Vancouver mentioned, could we have the seeds of an international competition to include more French and European teams. Maybe even Australia and NZ. https://www.cbc.ca/sports/rugby/english-rugby-league-ottawa-1.5142569 Suddenly the entrepreneurial spirit of backers and crowds are evolving away from the flatcaps with new ideas. What do you think ?
  7. You were real close on your TO York prediction. I was surprised
  8. It’ll be a big ask of TO to step up. Any news on Batley’s line up and strength
  9. Now that’s a Championship crowd to compliment other clubs pulling in the numbers
  10. It makes me wonder how Toronto can turn this around. Fitness doesn’t come in a week or two. From Toulouse’s point of view, consistency is their issue. They knocked off HKR twice last year, and gave Wakefield a good shake for 40 or so minutes. So on a good day, with confidence and attitude, they are electric. It will be interesting to see how the different styles of English “big” guns plays out against French “flair” in the comp. On a good day I know what’s more entertaining for the fans. I don’t know if the exposed fitness gap is enough for the other Championship sides to exploit, given the overall English style at this level.
  11. Just woke up to see the scoreboard photographed ( I’m in Sydney, AU). I was convinced before the game it would be the other way around. TO had a bad start to the season, and had recently played the weaker sides, so I figured their lacklustre form would result in a loss. Its a weird comp this year, with Sheffield and York in top positions and Widnes battling from their points deduction.
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