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Sat 2nd Jul: SL: Toulouse Olympique v Hull Kingston Rovers KO 20:00 (UK time)


Who will win?  

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  1. 1. Who will win?

    • Toulouse Olympique
      17
    • Hull Kingston Rovers
      12

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  • Poll closed on 02/07/22 at 19:30

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A relief that they finally get a lead and manage to keep it. Watching them this season though I stil thought they could blow it with 10minites to go. Having Guy back in the team is good news, his tackling is a big bonus...he seems to have a 10' wing span at times.

They did the basics right this match, apart from a slight 3 penalty wobble which gifted KR their try. I've just seen the stats and they completed their first 8 sets which is the best game they've had this season. Gigot had a decent match too, which tends to make a big difference. 

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1 minute ago, binosh said:

Interesting stat about yesterdays win. That was the lowest number of french players in the Toulouse starting 13 all season. 

I would imagine it correlates with jeopardy. Reap what you sow. 

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55 minutes ago, Scubby said:

I would imagine it correlates with jeopardy. Reap what you sow. 

Yeap and the 2 leading promotion contenders don’t seem adverse to loading their teams with imports.

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From all the talk about how Hull KR were now genuine contenders etc and all the pre season bluster about them and then the early season form, they are now an abysmal rabble, and it all appeared to unravel when Smith announced he was parting company.

Surely TS can't stay until the end of the year now?

 

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2 hours ago, meast said:

From all the talk about how Hull KR were now genuine contenders etc and all the pre season bluster about them and then the early season form, they are now an abysmal rabble, and it all appeared to unravel when Smith announced he was parting company.

Surely TS can't stay until the end of the year now?

 

I hope he does.

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22 hours ago, meast said:

From all the talk about how Hull KR were now genuine contenders etc and all the pre season bluster about them and then the early season form, they are now an abysmal rabble, and it all appeared to unravel when Smith announced he was parting company.

Surely TS can't stay until the end of the year now?

 

He’s gone,Danny McGuire to take over to the end of the season.

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On 03/07/2022 at 12:29, meast said:

From all the talk about how Hull KR were now genuine contenders etc and all the pre season bluster about them and then the early season form, they are now an abysmal rabble, and it all appeared to unravel when Smith announced he was parting company.

 

Not straight away it didn't, their first game after he announced he was leaving was against Wakey at home and they won 32-10, although with the greatest respect to Trin, that's perhaps not a great indicator of Hull KR's form at the time.

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