Wakefield not dead yet.

Wakefield not dead yet.

Post by mick » Mon, 07 Aug 2006 06:15:26


With Wigan away to Leeds, and Wakefield home to Catalans next week.
Wigan could go back to the relegation spot. The Pies have a +20 points
difference though.
Its not over yet.
 
 
 

Wakefield not dead yet.

Post by Wirral Sain » Mon, 07 Aug 2006 07:31:20

Wakey have to come to Saints yet!!

 
 
 

Wakefield not dead yet.

Post by John Turne » Mon, 07 Aug 2006 09:05:19

"mick"  wrote

Quote:
> With Wigan away to Leeds, and Wakefield home to Catalans next week.
> Wigan could go back to the relegation spot. The Pies have a +20 points
> difference though.
> Its not over yet.

My tips

Quote:
> Fri Leeds v Wigan - Leeds +10
> Sun Wakefield v Les Catalans - Trinity +18

if correct, would see Wigan back in the relegation spot.

C'mon Trinity.

John.

 
 
 

Wakefield not dead yet.

Post by John Turne » Mon, 07 Aug 2006 09:08:14

"Wirral Saint"  wrote

Quote:
> Wakey have to come to Saints yet!!

Aye and they've won there in the not too distant past.  No-one expects
Trinity to win all their remaining games, but as well as playing at home to
the Frogs, they've another crunch match at home to Castleford too.  Three
wins would keep them up I reckon, two would give them a shout.

John.

 
 
 

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Post by Jay » Mon, 07 Aug 2006 17:58:08

Quote:

> Wakey have to come to Saints yet!!

I'm more than happy for Saints to ermmm...... 'slip up' in that
game:)))) Maybe we could lend Wakey a player or two?

A world without pies!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

J

 
 
 

Wakefield not dead yet.

Post by Alf Kin » Mon, 07 Aug 2006 18:25:31



Quote:
>With Wigan away to Leeds, and Wakefield home to Catalans next week.
>Wigan could go back to the relegation spot. The Pies have a +20 points
>difference though.
>Its not over yet.

It certainly isn't. just keep an eye on Huddersfield - they could be
dark horses for relegation if they let the CC Final distract them from
winning a couple of league games. It certainly isn't a two horse race.

Alf King

 
 
 

Wakefield not dead yet.

Post by j.. » Tue, 08 Aug 2006 07:14:44

Quote:



> >With Wigan away to Leeds, and Wakefield home to Catalans next week.
> >Wigan could go back to the relegation spot. The Pies have a +20 points
> >difference though.
> >Its not over yet.

> It certainly isn't. just keep an eye on Huddersfield - they could be
> dark horses for relegation if they let the CC Final distract them from
> winning a couple of league games. It certainly isn't a two horse race.

> Alf King

Tigers aren't looking too safe either!

Help everyone but wiggin!!

J

 
 
 

Wakefield not dead yet.

Post by John Turne » Tue, 08 Aug 2006 08:15:53


Quote:
> Tigers aren't looking too safe either!

> Help everyone but wiggin!!

What a crazy season, even Wakefield and Wigan could still make the top 6
playoffs, although I concede there would need to be some peculiar results
for that to happen.

John.

 
 
 

Wakefield not dead yet.

Post by Wirral Sain » Tue, 08 Aug 2006 19:00:21

I have seen Wakey win at Saints too, but that is not this season. In
your favour Saints might have the top spot sealed by the time we play
Wakey. If Saints beat Cas and Cats in the next two games then its all
done. However, Saints will play a weakened side in the south of France
a week before the Challenge Cup final. It may be that victory over
Wakey will bring the top position. If that is the case, Wakey have two
hopes. Bob Hope and no hope!!
 
 
 

Wakefield not dead yet.

Post by Gordon Murra » Sun, 13 Aug 2006 09:10:28


Quote:

> "mick"  wrote

>> With Wigan away to Leeds, and Wakefield home to Catalans next week.
>> Wigan could go back to the relegation spot. The Pies have a +20 points
>> difference though.
>> Its not over yet.

> My tips

>> Fri Leeds v Wigan - Leeds +10
>> Sun Wakefield v Les Catalans - Trinity +18

> if correct, would see Wigan back in the relegation spot.

Don`t give up the day job, John!
 
 
 

Wakefield not dead yet.

Post by John Turne » Sun, 13 Aug 2006 21:45:04

"Gordon Murray"  wrote

Quote:
> Don`t give up the day job, John!

LOL - not my fault that Leeds have decided to play like a NL1 side.  With
luck Wakey will still beat Le Froggies on Sunday and we'll be back all equal
again, although Wigan are looking fairly full of it at the moment.

John.