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Fri 24th May: SL: Castleford Tigers v Hull FC KO 20:00 (Sky/SuperLeague+)


Who will win?  

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  1. 1. Who will win?

    • Castleford Tigers
      26
    • Hull FC
      7

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Fri 24th May: SL: Castleford Tigers v Hull FC KO 20:00 (Sky/SuperLeague+)

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On paper it's a game Hull can win, but we thought that about London and we were shocking.

Ashworth and Fash are back though, and Ben Reynolds will likely get a debut. There's also the question of whether Cartwright's appointment will affect attitudes as players who want to be here next year now know they are in the spotlight so to speak. 

All that said, we will probably stink the place out and lose by 20.

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Sorry can't see anything but a win for HKRs second team players. 

Hope for a close entertaining match but just think Castlefords mid season recruitment gives them that bit more speed and width to exploit a poor FC defence.

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2 hours ago, sentoffagain2 said:

     My choice tonight ,not for quality.But out of curiosity.

Yer can always switch over to another  match 😉

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Come on Hull.  Turn it around starting tonight.

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Cas have started with a bit of a bang - converted tries tries from Horne and (ex-HFC player) Hoy. 

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FC have struck back in what has been quite a decent spectacle so far.

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Since the two quick Cas tries we have actually played alright, and got a try to show for it now. 

I really like Logan Moy, he always looks very assured and like he can make things happen. One positive of this miserable season is that a lot of young players have gained some very valuable experience.

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2 minutes ago, Wellsy4HullFC said:

Ligi Sao is another I'd like to see the back of. Absolute penalty machine. 2 in the lead up to that.

I'm sick of him. I'd be more than happy to never see him in black and white again. Utter liability.

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7 minutes ago, MZH said:

Sutcliffe you absolute donkey. Why is he even trying to pick that up? Just ground it or boot it over the terraces.

A decent turn of pace for a donkey, though.

CAS 18:10 HFC

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