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  1. I recognise someone in the background of the image just posted on twitter
  2. Fullback Tee Ritson Luke Cresswell Wing Centre Centre Wing Shane Toal Star Amean Declan Hulme Adam Ford Scrum Half Stand Off Jake Carter Jamie Dallimore Ryan Johnston Loose Forward Jordan Walne Second Row Second Row Jono Smith Danny Morrow Prop Hooker Prop Carl Forster Watts Puara Ryan Duffy Connor Terril Nathan Mossop Lee Jewitt
  3. I can’t believe it’s actually called a stadium
  4. Hopefully it’s Newcastle. That ground Oldham are playing at looks worse than most NCL grounds
  5. Wings, centres and back towers for me. Fullback Tee Ritson Luke Cresswell Wing Adam Ford Centre Star Amean Dec Hulme Halfback Jamie Dallimore Jake Carter Ryan Johnston Prop Carl Forster Ryan Duffy Connor Terril Lee Jewitt Hooker Watts Puara Nathan Mossop Back Rowers Jordan Walne Danny Morrow
  6. Squads coming together now Fullback Tee Ritson Luke Cresswell Wing Centre Star Amean Dec Hulme Halfback Jamie Dallimore Jake Carter Prop Carl Forster Ryan Duffy Connor Terril Hooker Watts Puara Nathan Mossop Second Row Jordan Walne Danny Morrow Loose
  7. For those interested 2019 2018 Total Jamie Dallimore 25 28 53 Alec Susino 23 28 51 Jono Smith 21 25 46 Nathan Mossop 15 30 45 Jarrad Stack 23 21 44 Tom Walker 27 15 42 Glenn Riley 18 23 41 Martin Aspinwall 16 21 37 Dan Toal 14 23 37 Ryan Duffy 8 25 33 Deon Cross 30 30 Wartovo Puara Jnr 30 30 Ryan Johnston 12 17 29 Brett Carter 7 21 28 Danny Morrow 14 13 27 Bradd Crellin 10 17 27 Stargroth Amean 25 25 Jordan Walne 25 25 Declan Hulme 6 19 25 Tee Ritson 23 23 Luke Cresswell 20 3 23 Lewis Charnock 17 6 23 Tom Loxam 8 15 23 Shane Toal 4 19 23 Jake Spedding 20 20 Jake Carter 9 9
  8. Mossop 45 Duffy 33 Morrow 27 It's a contact sport, all three play in the pack (accept Morrow sometimes plays centre), injuries are going to happen.
  9. Do you know that they’re not trying to sign Stack and Smith?
  10. I’m not saying any of them are, but the answer to that question is money and less travel
  11. There are a few more that have signed on already, assume the announcements are just being drip fed by the club to keep interest going in the off season, which is completely the right thing to do
  12. Not sure about Morrow but Crellin is injured
  13. It doesn’t matter if it’s player or coach. If there’s an offer on the table, and if you don’t take it there’s a likelihood that the club will pick up another player, you take it. It’s as simple as that. Folk have to remember that some of these players play as a career, and so securing that whilst they can, with an opportunity to play in the Championship next season, is the best decision for themselves. The player in question is staying at Barrow until the end of the season and judging by his performance today is still doing everything he can to try and keep Barrow up
  14. And what about people who want to better themselves? Surely they deserve a crack too? I wouldn’t begrudge a play for sorting his future for next season as early as he can. Bills to pay etc.
  15. Let’s be honest folks. Even if it was given the green light last week it wouldn’t have been ready on time anyway. That would have been more embarrassing.
  16. millomite

    1895 Cup

    Came off injured.
  17. Agree. There was nothing in Jonos from what I saw on TV. Just the way the tackle happened
  18. Realistically, it's very difficult to see the stadium being finished and ready for the RLWC in Oct 2021. There's two years and 7 months to submit the planning application, obtain planning permission, identify contractors, begin construction and finish the work. That's a lot of work. If you look at York's stadium as a comparable build, the planning permission which was submitted in December 2014, passed in March 2015 with construction beginning over 2 years later in December 2017. There’s obviously a lot of split feeling/opinions towards the new stadium up in Allerdale which I’d expect to drag the planning application and approval process out somewhat, and given that hasn’t yet been submitted I’d be seriously impressed if approval was granted before the end of this year. That would then leave 22 months for construction of the stadium, which when you factor in all the contractual stuff and possible delays, doesn’t leave a lot of time to get it built. Before folk start moaning that I'm a Haven fan etc, I'm not, I'm a rugby league fan from Cumbria. I'd love Town to have a new stadium, it'd be great. I just think there's a lot of work to do and even more hoops to jump through for it to come to fruition in time for the RLWC.
  19. No there was a load of us just jumped on the bus. Was really easy
  20. Last year we met in the melting pot for a few before heading just around the corned to the bus station to get to the ground. Theres a ten minute walk from closest bus stop to the ground, but the bar in the ground was decent enough
  21. millomite


    Folk need to be realistic. Before the season kicked off the Raiders, like every team outside of Toronto, Toulouse, Leigh, Widnes, Fev and Halifax, would all be classed as relegation fodder. Not because they’re poor, but because it’s going to be that tight in that bottom half of the table come the end of the season. York and Sheffield have started like a house on fire, but most folk wouldn’t have predicted where they are currently. There’s been a big influx of new faces which will need time to adjust to the systems Cresta has in place. There’s no doubting that’ll come, as frustrating as it may be. From the first games it’s clear that discipline and ruck speed have been the two areas which need tidied up but if we are aware you can be sure that Cresta is aware. Thats why we are writing about it on a forum and he’s coaching the team.
  22. When does the 12 point deduction kick in?
  23. Sure it was mate, remember seeing something on FB
  24. millomite


    You've been promoted in the process too :-) Wigan Warriors Transition Coach, Darrell Goulding: “James has been very impressive this offseason, in his approach to training and a series of eye-catching performances in our preseason games. It’s a great opportunity for him to build on his hard-work at a strong, well-coached Championship side. I’m sure he’ll excel for Workington and we wish him well.” Read more at https://www.wiganwarriors.com/news/2019-02-15-worthington-heads-to-workington-on-loan#vO4UPD8weCZp5YTM.99
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