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Mon 7 Feb: Ch: Featherstone Rovers v Leigh Centurions KO 19:45 (Premier Sports)


Who will win?  

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  1. 1. Who will win?

    • Featherstone Rovers
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  • Poll closed on 07/02/22 at 20:15

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50 minutes ago, ShropshireBull said:

3G it if you get promoted. Use the cash for infrastructure, don織t make Bulls mistake.

Iam sure it will get sorted eventually and them pesky floodlights.

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So.....

The lights

The pitch

The changing rooms

The fans

The car park

The ref

Telly

Owt else??? 不不不

Can't wait to play on a dry pitch at the lsv.... it'll be different then you know!!!不

Oh aye.... and Brian McD is a miserable b'stard!!不不不不I forgot about that gem.

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10 minutes ago, Robin Evans said:

So.....

The lights

The pitch

The changing rooms

The fans

The car park

The ref

Telly

Owt else??? 不不不

Can't wait to play on a dry pitch at the lsv.... it'll be different then you know!!!不

Oh aye.... and Brian McD is a miserable b'stard!!不不不不I forgot about that gem.

Are you SURE you haven't missed owt off Robin ?????

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2 hours ago, Fevrover said:

Most pitches were like that in Winter rugby and to all intents and purposes it still is Winter rugby so they are going to cut up especially with the deludge we had before ko. Wakefield afc doesn't help playing on it.

Bring back Rob Smith.

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41 minutes ago, Fevrover said:

Iam sure it will get sorted eventually and them pesky floodlights.

I dont know what the floodlights were like at the ground but it was fine on tv ?.

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So a cracking match of rugby league, healthy crowd providing superb atmosphere, both sets getting behind their team.

It looked ace on TV, great viewing figures, some big name players, two big name coaches.

But, y'know, there was a puddle in the car park so that spoilt it for me and they'd be a disgrace to super league (the byword for great stadiums and crowds and teams)

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6 minutes ago, marklaspalmas said:

So a cracking match of rugby league, healthy crowd providing superb atmosphere, both sets getting behind their team.

It looked ace on TV, great viewing figures, some big name players, two big name coaches.

But, y'know, there was a puddle in the car park so that spoilt it for me and they'd be a disgrace to super league (the byword for great stadiums and crowds and teams)

I agree with all this but the grumbles about the crowd were from Fev fans.

I can confirm 30+ less sales for Scotland vs Italy at Workington, after this afternoons test purchase for the Tonga match, 瞿7.50 is extremely reasonable, however a 瞿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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2 hours ago, Fevrover said:

Most pitches were like that in Winter rugby and to all intents and purposes it still is Winter rugby so they are going to cut up especially with the deludge we had before ko. Wakefield afc doesn't help playing on it.

Bradfords was looking rough on Sunday.

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3 hours ago, Josef K said:

Those torchlights were wasted doing that when they couldve helped with lighting up the pitch.

If everyone who had a mobile phone used their torchlight on them pointing towards the pitch, that would have been the end of all the lighting problems.

At the game we genuinely thought they'd already been upgraded , we discussed it pre match , not seen the TV coverage yet

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2 hours ago, Fevrover said:

Most pitches were like that in Winter rugby and to all intents and purposes it still is Winter rugby so they are going to cut up especially with the deludge we had before ko. Wakefield afc doesn't help playing on it.

Desso/hybrid pitches are the way forward. York's is like a carpet, and three football clubs have played on it right through the winter.

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4 hours ago, ShropshireBull said:

No but if Channel 4 become more involved post 2024 they might wonder why markets like York, Newcastle and London are artifically kept out to prop up Salford and Huddersfield. I pretty sure Channel 4 would be giving the nudge.

Artificially ? , No

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3 minutes ago, Gav Wilson said:

Desso/hybrid pitches are the way forward. York's is like a carpet, and three football clubs have played on it right through the winter.

Could do with the club looking at that.

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3 hours ago, Bedfordshire Bronco said:

They look bloody grim when you walk past them to the toilet behind the big stand

Surely they don't still need to use them?

Been watching last nights game again, when they went inside the Leigh changing rooms they didn't appear too bad, just a little cramped.

Both Wakefield and I think Leeds were happy to use them previously when using the training facilities.

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Just now, bigbaldnmad said:

Been watching last nights game again, when they went inside the changing rooms they didn't appear too bad, just a little cramped.

Both Wakefield and I think Leeds were happy to use them previously when using the training facilities.

Didn't Wakefield recently paint their away sheds pink?

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27 minutes ago, Robin Evans said:

Campbell's fault.... you'd have thought he would have stopped the rain.etc

It's about time we invested in a bloody big umbrella.

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3 hours ago, Fevrover said:

I can't understand why we aren't using the turnstiles to go in,they are lit up so why not ?

Last night was the first time I've ever been to Fev with total segregation of the away fans , I'd suggest that's why

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