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(@ditton-donkey)
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Ffs what happened there - turning over sheff to nil, at their gaff - they must fancy their chances now, mind you they are away at fev next ?

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Topic starter Posted : 01/10/2023 4:19 pm
(@spelly)
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Posted by: @ditton-donkey

Ffs what happened there - turning over sheff to nil, at their gaff - they must fancy their chances now, mind you they are away at fev next ?

Had a message from my mate at Sheff saying "Basically, we were garbage!"

The Broncos now go to Fev, and games don't get much more difficult than Rovers at POR, but...............

Batley did the biz there last term, so who knows?

Spelly.

 

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Posted : 01/10/2023 4:43 pm
(@ditton-donkey)
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Well it could be Toulouse if York turnover bradfraud

watching that game - every time I see that pitch I wonder how it can be allowed 10, 20, gap then 40 

only the RFL!

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Topic starter Posted : 01/10/2023 6:32 pm
(@spelly)
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Posted by: @ditton-donkey

Well it could be Toulouse if York turnover bradfraud

watching that game - every time I see that pitch I wonder how it can be allowed 10, 20, gap then 40 

only the RFL!

Bradford did the biz at Odsal, so it's...............

Fev v Broncos, and Toulouse v Bulls.

I mentioned earlier that Fev have come up short in play-off football previously, but..............

I can't see it being anything else than a GF between Rovers and Olympique to decide who'll take Wakey's place in the Promised Land.

Spelly.

 

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Posted : 01/10/2023 7:36 pm
(@geoffw)
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I had to look twice at that score, Sheffield 0 London 42. I thought London might have had  a chance there but if so only by a few points. That is some score away from home. Since they picked one or two up from the French League at the end of May the improvement in their form has been massive

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Posted : 01/10/2023 9:58 pm
PaulieWalnuts
(@pauliewalnuts)
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Fev are favourites, but I wouldn't be surprised if any of those 4 went up. It's knock-out Rugby League, any team can have an off day.

Paulie xx

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Posted : 02/10/2023 8:53 pm
(@ditton-donkey)
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So Toulouse win again , which means if London manage to turn over fev, they go to Toulouse - happy days 

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Topic starter Posted : 07/10/2023 6:24 pm
(@steelviking)
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They will be in Toulouse and SL next season 

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Posted : 07/10/2023 8:31 pm
(@ditton-donkey)
Noble Member

Well watching the game they are the better team, this will go to the wire 

come on London, might pop over to Toulouse to support them 

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Topic starter Posted : 08/10/2023 6:19 pm
(@farnworth-viking)
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Poor old Fev! Will their owner still keep putting money into them?

London must stand a good chance, but will home advantage give Toulouse the edge?

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Posted : 08/10/2023 7:43 pm
(@spelly)
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So for the second season running, Fev have blown it before the GF!

Chemics and Lions going to POR next term again!

I said more than once this campaign that "I can't see past Fev for SL!" But, not for the first time, I was wrong!

Taxi for James ford?

Spelly.

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Posted : 08/10/2023 7:56 pm
(@geoffw)
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This again highlights the stupid system RL uses. The team that finishes top after playing the other sides home & away should be promoted. As previously stated in this thread anything can happen in knock out rugby.

I am not bothered who gets into SL this year but neither of the two remaining teams will take any away support with them next season.So no doubt the teams that will pay for that will be us & the other Championship & League 1 sides with yet more reduced funding to make up for that loss.

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Posted : 08/10/2023 8:16 pm
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(@spelly)
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Posted by: @geoffw

This again highlights the stupid system RL uses. The team that finishes top after playing the other sides home & away should be promoted. As previously stated in this thread anything can happen in knock out rugby.

I am not bothered who gets into SL this year but neither of the two remaining teams will take any away support with them next season.So no doubt the teams that will pay for that will be us & the other Championship & League 1 sides with yet more reduced funding to make up for that loss.

Yeah Geoff, but Fev (and everybody else) knew the scenario before the start of proceedings.

The RFL are not gonna move away from play-off football any time soon!

Spelly.

 

 

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Posted : 08/10/2023 8:34 pm
(@sandgroper)
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It remains to be seen which club of the big buyers and triers can front up again, or will they re-think their approach?

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Posted : 09/10/2023 3:47 pm
(@gpo1971)
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Probably locks in next year's top 3 though; Wakey, Fev and Toulouse/London. Providing their interest remains.

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Posted : 10/10/2023 6:27 am
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