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Re: Cas up next “Thursday”

Sun Jun 16, 2019 10:12 am

The RL will find a way of keeping Leeds or HKR in Super League, especially if both Toronto and Toulouse finish as the top two in the championship , as neither will get any super league tv money and so the pot wont shrink. The contrived fixtures will also go

Re: Cas up next “Thursday”

Sun Jun 16, 2019 11:11 am

Jake the Peg wrote:I hope London find a way to stay up. With little time to put a squad together and a smaller playing budget than most they've done a great job. A good reason to look at franchising again imo


Agree with that Jake, think Ward has done an excellent job so far and surprised many as most had London down as certs for relegation. If I were a Leeds fan I’d seriously be worried as both London & Rovers to be fair don’t look as bad a Leeds do.
Leeds look absolutely dreadful and very much look like we did under Agar totally clueless. As has been said It’s seems to be a case of get the ball to Hurrell and hope. Can’t see much improvement to come with Leeds.

Be an interesting game against Catalans as to which of the teams for both hull or Catalans turn up. They do look a different side without Bird though.

Re: Cas up next “Thursday”

Sun Jun 16, 2019 12:00 pm

Cotillion wrote:The RL will find a way of keeping Leeds or HKR in Super League, especially if both Toronto and Toulouse finish as the top two in the championship , as neither will get any super league tv money and so the pot wont shrink. The contrived fixtures will also go


Yawn. No they won’t.

Re: Cas up next “Thursday”

Sun Jun 16, 2019 3:33 pm

spegs wrote:Yawn. No they won’t.


Are you the same "spegs" who suggested people had stopped posting because of others not accepting differing views?

Re: Cas up next “Thursday”

Sun Jun 16, 2019 3:53 pm

Salford 44 Wakefield 20

So only Saints and Hull in the top six before the round won this weekend and the gap between us and sixth is now six points.

Re: Cas up next “Thursday”

Sun Jun 16, 2019 4:02 pm

Win next week and we likely open up a bit of a gap on most of the chasing pack

Re: Cas up next “Thursday”

Sun Jun 16, 2019 4:11 pm

Jake the Peg wrote:Win next week and we likely open up a bit of a gap on most of the chasing pack

A big game. As said before I think we'll drop points round the semi final and obviously our points difference is awful so could really do with another win.

Re: Cas up next “Thursday”

Sun Jun 16, 2019 7:23 pm

Mrs Barista wrote:A big game. As said before I think we'll drop points round the semi final and obviously our points difference is awful so could really do with another win.

Maybe the game after the semi , but don’t see any reason why we should play poorly leading up to the semi . I don’t think getting beat before we play the semi as anything to do with the semi final

Re: Cas up next “Thursday”

Sun Jun 16, 2019 7:41 pm

MorningGlory23 wrote:Maybe the game after the semi , but don’t see any reason why we should play poorly leading up to the semi . I don’t think getting beat before we play the semi as anything to do with the semi final


The main thing for me is hopefully not picking up too many injuries before the semi.
If we can get Bowden and Savelio up to speed and Tuimavave and Ellis back we have a real good chance of making the final

Re: Cas up next “Thursday”

Sun Jun 16, 2019 7:47 pm

MorningGlory23 wrote:Maybe the game after the semi , but don’t see any reason why we should play poorly leading up to the semi . I don’t think getting beat before we play the semi as anything to do with the semi final

We have a 6 day turnaround to our biggest game of the season so I think some players, anyone with a niggle, will be rested - quite rightly. Our record at Headingley is terrible, not withstanding that they will be desperate for points and will likely strengthen before then with Watkins going.
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