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I thought we'd play a little game.

The rules are simple, post a hypothetical question that starts with, 'Which player is most likely to'. Someone answer the question and then post another question, which is at least in some way related to their answer, and we'll see how ridiculous the statements get and how many crazy debates they spark! 😁

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45 minutes ago, The Hallucinating Goose said:

Which player is most likely to score the winning try for England in the World Cup final?

Jack Brown.

How long will it take for the RFL to put an England Autumn international outside the M62 corridor? (To the closest century)

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9 hours ago, sam4731 said:

Jack Brown.

How long will it take for the RFL to put an England Autumn international outside the M62 corridor? (To the closest century)

Good game. may I suggest @The Hallucinating Goose, that the poster’s statement is at least related to their own answer??? And I assume when you say hypothetical statement, you mean hypothetical question?

As in a response to @sam4731

2026 will see England play a three test series against the Kiwis with the first two matches played at Widnes and Fev, with the the RFL accepting a massive payday from the Middle East for the third test to be played in Oman.

Fans are asking if the stadium will be air conditioned?

 

 

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which player (that currently plays for the roosters) is most likely to get sin binned - sent off - fined and banned next season for Hull KR? 

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see you later undertaker - in a while necrophile 

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8 hours ago, Sports Prophet said:

Good game. may I suggest @The Hallucinating Goose, that the poster’s statement is at least related to their own answer??? And I assume when you say hypothetical statement, you mean hypothetical question?

As in a response to @sam4731

2026 will see England play a three test series against the Kiwis with the first two matches played at Widnes and Fev, with the the RFL throwing accepting a massive payday from the Middle East for the third test to be played in Oman.

Fans are asking if the stadium will be air conditioned?

 

 

Good suggestion Sports Prophet, I will add this to the original post! 👍 

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11 hours ago, Sports Prophet said:

Good game. may I suggest @The Hallucinating Goose, that the poster’s statement is at least related to their own answer??? And I assume when you say hypothetical statement, you mean hypothetical question?

As in a response to @sam4731

2026 will see England play a three test series against the Kiwis with the first two matches played at Widnes and Fev, with the the RFL accepting a massive payday from the Middle East for the third test to be played in Oman.

Fans are asking if the stadium will be air conditioned?

 

 

Apparently it will be Air conditioned in a purpose built 45,000 capacity stadium, with a view to entering league 1 the following year. Any suggestions for where other new teams could be set up to expand the glorious game of rugby league.

There was a rumour of a consortium going where no one in sport has gone before and setting one up on the moon but with the rules as they are for none uk teams paying for the away teams travel expenses it seems unlikely.

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