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Yorkshire 1 / Re: Yorkshire 1 Dream team
« on: Yesterday at 07:56:41 PM »
DAA don't let the newly acquired tan fool you, I'm English lol. Just a few of the stand outs from this year.

Beverly 2- ex ionians lad, hits double tops in the line out every throw, awesome in the loose
Heath 3- I think 'Watty' is it? experience of years, destroys his opposite man
York 4 is the lifeblood of the york pack
Young Rish 7- we crossed paths when he was at Huddersfield and I was at Gate...every breakdown he's there being a bloody nuisance
Bainesy the 8 at Salem is class.
Andy Baggott at 10 Middlesbro pulls the strings for fun and shows his higher level pedigree...although has a thing for coming into the oppo dressing room
Middlesbro 12- ex championship I think a class act too
Heath 13- Kiwi lad, strong as on ox, quick, great hands however interesting when the going got tough in both games he went off

Are doing full XVs or just a few players?

Yorkshire 1 / Re: Today scores
« on: March 18, 2018, 10:46:31 AM »
Great game against York yesterday which we came out on the wrong side of. They are a good side efficient in all areas. They went in 11-5 up  after having a strong wind at their backs. Unfortunately as in previous games we lost our way in the first 10-15 minutes of the second half in which time York forced us to make mistakes and capitalised on these. The damage was done the lead was too great to pull back. I must say I enjoyed our 15 man maul to score.

Again this game demonstrated what it takes to be in the top 4/5 going for promotion compared to the mid table group, you cant go missing for periods in games.

Best of luck to York for the rest of the season... they will go up.

Bev v Brods                                    Bev +7
Heath V Scabs                                 Heath +7 ( 24 v 7)
Ribb v Salem                                   Ribb -7 ( 27 v 17)
Rish v Hull                                        Rish +7
WH v Selby                                     WH -7
Town V York                                    Town -7

Yorkshire 1 / Re: Pundits' League: Week 22 predictions
« on: March 09, 2018, 11:32:57 PM »
Salem v WH                                WH-7
Heath v Bev                                 Heath +7
Keighley v Boro                            Boro +7
Moortown v Rish                           Moortown +7
Brods v Ribb                                 Brods -7
Scarbs v Hull                                Hull +7
Selby v York                                 York +7

Yorkshire 1 / Re: Pundits' League: Week 20 predictions
« on: February 17, 2018, 02:21:02 PM »
Salem v Bev              Bev +7
Hulls v Boro               Boro +7
Keigh v WHills            Keigh +7
Brods v Heath           Brods -7
Scarbs v Rish            Scarbs +7
Selby v Ribb              Ribb +7

Yorkshire 1 / Re: Result
« on: February 11, 2018, 07:42:18 PM »
nothing to fear next week, york's cup game was postponed this weekend and apparently it takes priority over a y1 game so its off.

Yorkshire 1 / Re: Keighley v Moortown
« on: February 11, 2018, 12:20:19 PM »
A scoreline that suggested a better game than it was tbf, despite being a crisp night without a drop of water, it was error strewn on both sides.

Keighley were extremely industrious, working well as a unit. Seemingly in control at 23-6, had the crowd at their backs oleing every error made by us. However suddenly, a switch was flipped and we blew them away for the last 10 mins scoring 3 times, the last being what looked like the last play to make it 25-23. There was deemed to be time for the restart and to Keighs credit they won back the ball and won a silly penalty bang in front.

Depending on what team you support you would argue that Keigh merely had a lapse in concentration. Myself being a Town player, I'd say the problem lay with our application, if you can blow a team away for 10-15 mins why cant it be done for a larger proportion of the game which would more than certainly have given a different result. We can take some positives however after getting into that winning position only to then lose made it difficult loss to take.

Congrats to Keigh and look forward to the return fixture.

Yorkshire 1 / Re: Pundits' League: Week 19.5 predictions
« on: February 09, 2018, 03:52:09 PM »
Keith v Town (Fri) Town -7
Salem v Rish Rish +7
Brods v Boro Boro -7
Scabs v Ribs Scarbs +7
Swans v Hull Selb +7

Yorkshire 1 / Re: Pundits' League: Week 19 predictions
« on: February 03, 2018, 11:54:40 AM »
Beverley v Selby                   Bev +7
Heath v Salem                      Heath +7
Boro v Rish                           Boro +7
Ribb v Keighley                     Keighley +7
Brods v Scabs                       Scabs -7
WH v Moortown                     Moortown +7
York v Hull                            York +7

Yorkshire 1 / Re: Pundits' League: Week 18 predictions
« on: January 27, 2018, 12:14:47 PM »
Salem v Brods Brod +7
Hull v Hills Hull -7
Keith v Beverley Bev -7
Town v Ribs Town _7
Rish v The Vincible Medium Jug close run game this York -7
Scabs v Boro Boro's late push? Boro-7
Swans v Heath Heath +7

Yorkshire 1 / Re: Today's scores
« on: January 20, 2018, 06:18:37 PM »
Congrats to Middlesboro on a great result.

We at Town were dreadful for 50 minutes against a good Beverly side who moved the ball really well. We were able to at least gain a 4 try bonus point but we were not good enough today for sustained periods of play, no excuses.

Yorkshire 1 / Re: Pundits' League: Week 17 predictions
« on: January 20, 2018, 11:26:53 AM »
Bev v Moortown                        Town -7
Salem v Scabs                           Scabs +7
Heath v Keighley                       Heath +7
Ribb v Hull                                 Ribb +7
Brods v Selby                            Brods +7
WH V Rish                                  Rish +7
York v Boro                                York +7

Yorkshire 1 / Re: Moortown v Heath
« on: January 14, 2018, 09:45:08 PM »
whats the and with reference to DAA?

Yorkshire 1 / Re: Today's scores
« on: January 14, 2018, 11:05:35 AM »
Town v Heath 21-21

A great game to be a part of. Both sides trading punch for punch throughout a gruelling game. A lot of respect for Heath, a strong pack who we matched well. Heath going in 10-8 up at HT, however we were the better side in the second half having the territory and possession much like heath did in the first.

We looked to have got the winning score 6 minutes from the end. However, Heath took advantage of a poor penalty conceded, and although the initial maul was sacked legitamately, another 3/4 were set form 5 metres out, I questioned truck and trail at certain points but Heath scored and understandable were prop-a-hoop. They missed the conversion to win from the touchline.

We can only lament missed penalties and poor pieces of play that led to some of their kicked penalties which kept them in the game. Personally, Heath were a demonstration of why they are where they are in the league, the top 4 hang in games even when they are not on top and keep within a score (especially away from home) and when they are in a good patch of the game they convert and can pinch results and pick up further points.

In response to BRB with his comments on the league, I've been impressed with Keigh, Ribb are a different team to that at the start of the season and Boro who have a good set up are going about their business. At Town, the team has been evolving throughout the season with results generally improving as we go. In a new division you need an element of luck and to play the top 5 in the first 7 weeks is a harsh lesson as you adjust to against the main movers and shakers. Unfortunately the christmas break came at the wrong time breaking the momentum we had against a Brods team who played out of their skin. We can certainly learn from yesterday with how Heath hung in and use it going forward.

We will keep going to maximise our league position and finish as high as possible.

Yorkshire 1 / Re: Moortown v Heath
« on: January 12, 2018, 07:21:12 PM »
No annoyance from BRB will spur us on. We are motivated by pride and desire to do well for our club. After a sub standard performance last week everyone is keen to bounce back with a win. Looking forward to welcoming Heath, expecting a tough game which I'm confident we can come out on top in.

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