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said in the sun today we have been approaching the homeless (clubless) Aurstralian hooker

also said hes probably going to a super league team

still if we pull that 1 off good signing

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said in the sun today we have been approaching the homeless (clubless) Aurstralian hooker

also said hes probably going to a super league team

still if we pull that 1 off good signing

Said many weeks ago we should sign him.

Would be one of the best 9's we've had in years.

2008 RFL Wakefield & District Young Volunteer of the Year

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said in the sun today we have been approaching the homeless (clubless) Aurstralian hooker

also said hes probably going to a super league team

still if we pull that 1 off good signing

he's not from aus think he's from wigan

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Anyone reading League Weekly will have noticed Nosey Parker saying that Mark Campbell had declared an interest in Neil Budworth.

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:D

Aye lad. I hope he's hitting the tackling bags. ;)

Just out of curiosity Mark, how many games will Finn have to play at hooker before you accept thats the position we signed him for?

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Seems like Budworth is on his way to Australia to play with Mackay

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Just out of curiosity Mark, how many games will Finn have to play at hooker before you accept thats the position we signed him for?

You tell me. How many has he played at hooker in his career so far?

It wouldn't be the first time we've signed a player and then decided to try and fit him into another position: second-rowers as centres, full backs as wingers, etc.

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