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Post by tnt » Fri, 06 Mar 1998 04:00:00


looking at the highlights of t cup on sky.
Point one:
Saints /Warr match,Warrington man
lays on for approx 8 secs and gets 10 mins in t bin.
Point two:
Saints commit every known foul at play the ball,plus
Martyns head high tackle,and only a single yellow card.
Rather lucky Saints to win or here we go again with
rubish bias refs.
Point three:
Martyn will get at least two matches and Saints
out of t cup, thank god and good ridance.
Sharks will have to gel quick if they are to continue
their cup run, I am not sure yet how good they are going to be.
If they have signed Olroyd then that will help, but there
are three or four players who will be found out in the SL3.
Broncos will struggle this season away from home,Fax where robbed
and should have been in the last eight.
Cas will improve per game and finish in top 6.
Wigan will not have it all their own way now that all teams
are full time,cast your minds back to when Wigan where the only
full time side, they stormed away with all,not this time round
and a lot of the old boys that have returned will not finish
the season.
Salford look well ballanced but if you close down Blakey then
they can be beat.

 
 
 

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Post by AJ KIN » Sun, 08 Mar 1998 04:00:00


Quote:
> looking at the highlights of t cup on sky.
> Point one:
> Saints /Warr match,Warrington man
> lays on for approx 8 secs and gets 10 mins in t bin.
> Point two:
> Saints commit every known foul at play the ball,plus
> Martyns head high tackle,and only a single yellow card.
> Rather lucky Saints to win or here we go again with
> rubish bias refs.
> Point three:
> Martyn will get at least two matches and Saints
> out of t cup, thank god and good ridance.
> Sharks will have to gel quick if they are to continue
> their cup run, I am not sure yet how good they are going to be.
> If they have signed Olroyd then that will help, but there
> are three or four players who will be found out in the SL3.
> Broncos will struggle this season away from home,Fax where robbed
> and should have been in the last eight.
> Cas will improve per game and finish in top 6.
> Wigan will not have it all their own way now that all teams
> are full time,cast your minds back to when Wigan where the only
> full time side, they stormed away with all,not this time round
> and a lot of the old boys that have returned will not finish
> the season.
> Salford look well ballanced but if you close down Blakey then
> they can be beat.

Is that him from "On the Buses" ?

Alf