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Discuss this weekend's games in the Betfred Championship here.

SATURDAY 26th JUNE
Featherstone Rovers v Newcastle Thunder KO 18:00

SUN 27TH JUNE 2021
Batley Bulldogs v Halifax Panthers KO 15:00
Bradford Bulls v Widnes Vikings KO 15:00
London Broncos v Swinton Lions KO 15:00
Oldham v Dewsbury Rams KO 15:00
Whitehaven v York City Knights KO 15:00
Sheffield Eagles v Toulouse Olympique KO 15:00

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Att 3,146 @ Barrow in L1 today…Another Positive 

Off to the Broncos soon the good thing is my 12 year old who came with my wife and myself to the 2 matches at Warrington this week asked if he could come for a day out with papa:) Warrington Wolves ha

Looking at the photos Warwick Davis would.

Fev,Batley, Vikings, Broncos, Rams, York, Toulouse.

Batley seemed to have nicked York's 2019 mojo for grinding out close games.  Bulls without Brough against an energised Widnes is tough.  York must win and rest go on form. 

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Featherstone Rovers 46-14 Newcastle Thunder 


Batley Bulldogs 16-32 Halifax Panthers 
Bradford Bulls 30-18 Widnes Vikings 
London Broncos 36-12 Swinton Lions 
Oldham 18-30 Dewsbury Rams 
Whitehaven 14-32 York City Knights 
Sheffield Eagles 10-50 Toulouse Olympique 

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Featherstone Rovers v Newcastle Thunder
Batley Bulldogs v Halifax Panthers
Bradford Bulls v Widnes Vikings
London Broncos v Swinton Lions
Oldham v Dewsbury Rams
Whitehaven v York City Knights
Sheffield Eagles v Toulouse Olympique

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  • I am interested in attending the Broncos v Lions match, but I have a couple of concerns, a) Where the F*** are they playing? b) Can I just turn up and pay on the gate? c)Is it under Covid restrictions on attendences?

Where were you last Thursday?

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SATURDAY 26th JUNE
Featherstone Rovers v Newcastle Thunder KO 18:00

SUN 27TH JUNE 2021
Batley Bulldogs v Halifax Panthers KO 15:00
Bradford Bulls v Widnes Vikings KO 15:00
London Broncos v Swinton Lions KO 15:00
Oldham v Dewsbury Rams KO 15:00
Whitehaven v York City Knights KO 15:00
Sheffield Eagles v Toulouse Olympique KO 15:00

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36 minutes ago, ATLANTISMAN said:

Hi Mr Bleep 

I think you have to book on-line I am just about to see myself.

Might see you at the match I will be the other person other than you there 😞

 

 

£20? No, you won't.

Where were you last Thursday?

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3 hours ago, Spidey said:

...Odsal’s 5 a side a pitch will give advantage to Bradford

Didn't RFL give Bradford permission to play on a reduced size field for only two games, those against York & Newcastle?

I think I recall someone posting that they had planned Widnes to be the first match back at Odsal before plans were changed due to crowd restrictions at Dewsbury. Whatever scheme was in place to ensure it's safe to use a bigger area couldn't be brought forward, hence the two match request. Hopefully they will be back up to regulation size now.

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On 22/06/2021 at 15:20, John Drake said:

Discuss this weekend's games in the Betfred Championship here.

SATURDAY 26th JUNE
Featherstone Rovers 44v Newcastle Thunder16 KO 18:00

SUN 27TH JUNE 2021
Batley Bulldogs 26 v Halifax Panthers 22KO 15:00
Bradford Bulls 34v Widnes Vikings 18 KO 15:00
London Broncos 46v Swinton Lions 12 KO 15:00
Oldham16 v Dewsbury Rams 28 KO 15:00
Whitehaven 16v York City Knights 14 KO 15:00
Sheffield Eagles 10v Toulouse Olympique 48 KO 15:00

 

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Featherstone Rovers v Newcastle Thunder - Big Fev win.

Batley Bulldogs v Halifax Panthers - Just don't know with this one, on paper our form looks better than Batley's and we have 3rd best points for and points against in the league. Batley keep on picking up wins and are always hard to beat at the mount. Going for Fax by 4.
Bradford Bulls v Widnes Vikings - Can't see past a comfortable Bradford win.
London Broncos v Swinton Lions - Big London win.
Oldham v Dewsbury Rams - Relegation battle game going for a narrow Oldham win.
Whitehaven v York City Knights - Haven to give york a run for their money and possibly sneak a win.
Sheffield Eagles v Toulouse Olympique - Big Toulouse win.

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4 hours ago, Barley Mow said:

Didn't RFL give Bradford permission to play on a reduced size field for only two games, those against York & Newcastle?

I think I recall someone posting that they had planned Widnes to be the first match back at Odsal before plans were changed due to crowd restrictions at Dewsbury. Whatever scheme was in place to ensure it's safe to use a bigger area couldn't be brought forward, hence the two match request. Hopefully they will be back up to regulation size now.

That was the expectation yes, not sure what has happened but likely to be a smaller pitch for the next 2 games. 

Shambles as always from the Bulls.

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9 hours ago, Bleep1673 said:
  • I am interested in attending the Broncos v Lions match, but I have a couple of concerns, a) Where the F*** are they playing? b) Can I just turn up and pay on the gate? c)Is it under Covid restrictions on attendences?

Trailfinders 

No, you have to prebook

Not really and to be honest it's so empty it is very Covid safe. Probably even quieter for the Swinton game - I know I'm not going 

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12 hours ago, Bleep1673 said:
  • I am interested in attending the Broncos v Lions match, but I have a couple of concerns, a) Where the F*** are they playing? b) Can I just turn up and pay on the gate? c)Is it under Covid restrictions on attendences?

1) Playing at Ealing
2) you have to buy on line, and take print out of ticket or have email on your phone
3) You can't move between stands, but you can sit anywhere in the stand your assigned.  There will be lots of empty seats if its anything like the Dewsbury / whitehaven game

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I think I will skip my trip to London/Ealing this year, Wood Green/White Hart Lane looks more promising for next year.

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Where were you last Thursday?

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i think Newcastle will be a tough game for Fev, especially if they are still depleted by injury. Newcastle don't appear to be a pushover

“Few thought him even a starter.There were many who thought themselves smarter. But he ended PM, CH and OM. An Earl and a Knight of the Garter.”

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38 minutes ago, Trojan said:

i think Newcastle will be a tough game for Fev, especially if they are still depleted by injury. Newcastle don't appear to be a pushover

With all due respect T   in last two games FEV have put  40 past bradford and 60 past dewsbury while depleted by injury 

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