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Sat 18th May: CCSF: Hull KR v Wigan Warriors KO 13:45 (BBC)


Who will win?  

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  1. 1. Who will win?

    • Hull KR
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Wigan playing very well but KR are really poor so far.

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Just now, sentoffagain2 said:

   Rovers playing like Hull FC in disguise.Only Lewis playing owt like.

Lewis needs to go to the Roosters 

see you later undertaker - in a while necrophile 

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You'd think Marshall's infield grubbers would be well-known by all SL coaches by now.

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I’m starting to regret us giving Burgess that contract too quickly now. If Rovers don’t sort out the Burgess/Hiku/May right edge defence that’s the season gone let alone this semi-final. 

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KR have lost heart as the half went on. Could get ugly.

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3 minutes ago, graveyard johnny said:

Didn't Leeds beat KR  50 nil in the final once?

I know, they thankfully took that record off us. 

No, I'm asking about the current semi final record defeat.

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KR been really disappointing  except for Lewis, too many basic errors and dropped ball that Wigan have been clinical in punishing.

That being said, this side Wigan have assembled is incredibly impressive. Pace, power, size, skill all in abundance across the line. Can see them winning the whole lot this year.

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This is great! 

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Just now, LeytherRob said:

KR been really disappointing  except for Lewis, too many basic errors and dropped ball that Wigan have been clinical in punishing.

That being said, this side Wigan have assembled is incredibly impressive. Pace, power, size, skill all in abundance across the line. Can see them winning the whole lot this year.

imagine what Lewis could do in a decent  NRL team - instead of wasting his time in SL

see you later undertaker - in a while necrophile 

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3 minutes ago, jacksy said:

I know, they thankfully took that record off us. 

No, I'm asking about the current semi final record defeat.

Wigan beat Broncos 70 0 in2014, was a bloody long trip home from Leigh that evening

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51 minutes ago, Just Browny said:

Looks miles off a sellout. Good conditions for a classic though.

RL sell out claims is normally pie in the SKY i know quite a few ticket touts (Fellow Millwall fans who tend to monopolise the business sport concerts etc) and in the last 40 years only 1 RL match as ever sold out and been over subscribed to the extent that Fat Ted and his mates have come up north from the smoke to try to make a few quid and that was the GB v Australia 3rd rest at Elland Road way back after the series was tied at 1 all and even then tickets were only fetching 50 pounds max.

Millwall v Plymouth 2 weeks ago had to pay 400 for 2 tickets for my boys.

 

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2 minutes ago, Wolfey Rovers said:

Can the commentators question the referees integrity on TV? Seems wrong from wilkin. 

Kr were offside, so correct call.

The forward pass at that point is irrelevant.

Wilkin is wrong.

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7 minutes ago, jacksy said:

I know, they thankfully took that record off us. 

No, I'm asking about the current semi final record defeat.

I think I saw Wigan score 70 in a semi final, against Bradford. 

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Back to cutting the grass this is pants for a semi final. Great credit to Wigan though for taking advantage of all the Rovers errors.

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Just now, Exiled Wiganer said:

I think I saw Wigan score 70 in a semi final, against Bradford. 

Lets hope kr are going for that record too. 🙂

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1 minute ago, Wolfey Rovers said:

Can the commentators question the referees integrity on TV? Seems wrong from wilkin. 

Wilkin complained about the referee not giving a forward pass before the first try but surely the first offence was HKR being offside.

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