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Sat 19th Sept: CCQF: St Helens v Warrington Wolves KO 2.30pm (BBC)

Who will win?  

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    • St Helens
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    • Warrington Wolves
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Good game that.


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On 17/09/2020 at 12:57, Cheshire Setter said:

First time I’ve ever said this, but... secretly hoping for a Saints win 😳

Dammit Wire 😂

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Cracking game.

Kristian Woolf's half time team talks must be a lot better than Richard Agar's.


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Great game between 2 very fine sides. Pleased for Gelling and Charnley, 2 entertainers. Price has produced a team with cohesion, who are very easy on the eye. They can bank this win and draw on it in the battles to come.  

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Good game. Tough game. And I think the score was a good reflection on the difference between the sides. 


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47 minutes ago, Cheshire Setter said:

Dammit Wire 😂

Are you happy or upset 🤔

The team are showing a resilience in defence I've not seen in recent years. 

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Saints are now slipping back into the Woolf style of play and it isn't going to end well.

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Chris Kendall made some shockers during this match.

As a Saints fan, well played to Warrington though. A cracker of a game but I can’t help feel that there were some errors of judgement. 

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12 minutes ago, ELBOWSEYE said:

Are yoi happy or upset 🤔

The team are showing a resilience in defence I've not seen in recent years. 

Yeah in all seriousness I’m both pleased and surprised to see Price’s promises bearing fruit. No reason a team can’t do the double this year so why not us 😎

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21 minutes ago, Rupert Prince said:

Gelling was always "big headed"...

It was a joke Mr Frisky...  He nodded the ball on. 

Must say I thought that was illegal, but there you go.  Quite a few talking points.  At different times both sides were disorganised. But Gellings pass for a try was no joke, a great move.

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Fantastic game. 


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1 hour ago, Griff9of13 said:

Made worse by, to me anyway, a suspected forward pass in the build up to the Saints try. 

You`ve answered your own point in this sentence. The reason we get phantom forward passes called in RL is precisely because anything close to level is seen as a "suspected forward pass". 

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3 minutes ago, unapologetic pedant said:

You`ve answered your own point in this sentence. The reason we get phantom forward passes called in RL is precisely because anything close to level is seen as a "suspected forward pass". 

I must day I am supprised that Gellings try was not chalked off by off side, but our commentators didn't examine that. Great leap by Gelling.

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I thought both teams looked very good. Both have a lot of pace. I wouldn't be surprised if this is the grand final, though Wigan are very strong too.

Fages must surely be the best French player in the league? 

 

 

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36 minutes ago, Rupert Prince said:

I must day I am supprised that Gellings try was not chalked off by off side, but our commentators didn't examine that. Great leap by Gelling.

It's only penalised if it's on purpose, though that's another can of worms as how do you prove it either way? 

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