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Fri 14th Jun: SL: Hull KR v Huddersfield Giants KO 20:00 (Sky/SuperLeague+)


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  1. 1. Who will win?

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Fri 14th Jun: SL: Hull KR v Huddersfield Giants KO 20:00 (Sky/SuperLeague+)

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10 hours ago, up the robins said:

We will be booing well before the 20min mark. 

Sorry, typo on my part, rovers fans to boo after 6 minutes and want to fight after 20.

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3 hours ago, daz39 said:

Sorry, typo on my part, rovers fans to boo after 6 minutes and want to fight after 20.

Probably true.

They will be screams of offside should Fartown display signs of linespeed. 

They will bescreams of forward from the behind the sticks on at least 2 plays in every set. 

They will be chants of 'you fat b........d' aimed at a Fartown muscular forward by those wearing xxxxl shirts. 

Should they dare score, the kicker will be hounded and abused with 300 under 12s desperatley hammering the hoardings like a Saxon army banging shields as they enter battle. 

 

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On 13/06/2024 at 15:04, daz39 said:

Giants by 6 and Rervers fans to boo and want to fight after 20 minutes

Rovers fans booed one specific situation, seems reasonable to me. I’m not sure live sport with a crowd engaged with the match is your thing? It’s certainly a rare experience for Huddersfield, compared to when they play at home anyway. 🤣

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1 hour ago, Cumbrian Fanatic said:

Ryan Hall 2 tries in 2 minutes with just a few minutes to go to break the SL try scoring record

Glad I switched over at half time now

Those tries made the painful 5 hour drive from Oxford in Friday traffic all worthwhile. He got a proper, long standing ovation from the whole ground. Well deserved, what a career. 

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3 minutes ago, Worzel said:

Rovers fans booed one specific situation, seems reasonable to me. I’m not sure live sport with a crowd engaged with the match is your thing? It’s certainly a rare experience for Huddersfield, compared to when they play at home anyway. 🤣

I take back what I said about catalans on a previous board I think Huddersfield almost broke a whole  time low away team attendance at Craven Park tonight viva la france

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That was a strange game. Rovers came out full of positive aggression and were putting much pressure on the Hudds try line. Then Hudds scored a breakaway try during a Rob Burrow 1 minute applause moment - probably the most noise Hudds have had scoring in quite a while...... 

Rovers then slowly turned a scrappy game into a bit of a stroll. I was surprised how little threat Hudds had on the Rovers 10m line. I reckon a Jake Connor type player might be some benefit to them. 

Savelio disgraced himself in a brain fart moment and will likely get 5-8 games to think about it. 

If Rovers can win their next couple they may get enough momentum to push for a top 3 spot. 

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8 hours ago, up the robins said:

I take back what I said about catalans on a previous board I think Huddersfield almost broke a whole  time low away team attendance at Craven Park tonight viva la france

To be fair, it is the most unwelcoming ground in SL so perhaps not that surprising.

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