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Sat 3 Apr: SL: Huddersfield Giants v Catalans Dragons KO 14:30 (TV)


Who will win?  

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  1. 1. Who will win?

    • Huddersfield Giants
      10
    • Catalans Dragons
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Sitting there, grimly refusing to experience even the tiniest iota of happiness. Proper Rugby League fans, then.

Isa hit on Johnstone should have had the same result.

I wouldn’t describe it as one up carries but it’s definitely one up carries ... well done Baz , commentary gold

1 minute ago, damp squib said:

And then haul him off again when he breathes wrong

You know mr mc namara well. Luckily he's the new home grown casty as steve said in the paper. 

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Dragons need a score to make it a 3 try game to be sure of the win as the Giants look capable of a breakaway try or two.

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Theres so many different rules in each country i cant remember which rules apply to each game i watch. I thought touch was when the ball crosses the line without touching the floor and in the dead ball it needs to bounce outside the field. 

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Isa hit on Johnstone should have had the same result.

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1 minute ago, GeordieSaint said:

Greenwood... doesn’t look great that on Langi?!

Red card and fair enough really. One arm and into the neck. Not malicious however those tackles have to be reds now based on the current rules.

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I don’t mind that for a hit right on the melon , interesting comparison with the NRL and the discussion they’ve been having around foul play and the lack of send offs and sinbins . Plenty of high  shots given cop out on report 

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9 minutes ago, Old Frightful said:

Isa hit on Johnstone should have had the same result.

Oh don't, you'll only fire them up again.

I can confirm 30+ less sales for Scotland vs Italy at Workington, after this afternoons test purchase for the Tonga match, £7.50 is extremely reasonable, however a £2.50 'delivery' fee for a walk in purchase is beyond taking the mickey, good luck with that, it's cheaper on the telly.

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28 minutes ago, Southerner80 said:

Red card and fair enough really. One arm and into the neck. Not malicious however those tackles have to be reds now based on the current rules.

I'm not so sure. Looked like genuine intent to me.

Thought the second half was a great contest. Not much between the teams for me but Huddersfield really paid the price for clocking off early in the first half.

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32 minutes ago, Just Browny said:

Oh don't, you'll only fire them up again.

😆😆😆 but it would be so worth it.

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1 hour ago, JohnM said:

Why? What happened? 

Nobody knows or cares except OF

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20 hours ago, Hvy wg said:

Langi takes his spot back, Laguerre won't play.

Despite a MOTM performance.

I'm fuming.

Yes, Laguerre is a very good prospect. But for me Arthur Mourgue is the real French super star of the future. He s a dynamic attacking player, with speed and footwork. 

I would pick Mourgue to play in the halves alongside the experienced and steady Theo Fages at the World Cup. France will have a good set of forwards for him to play behind. And Morgue should be signed on a decent salary as a replacement for Drinkwater at Catalans in 2022. Maloney will be able to teach him a few things in his final year.

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