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Yorkshire 3 / He's Back
« on: October 24, 2023, 11:57:23 AM »
18 months on from a serious cardiac event the best loose-head this side of the Rother is back. After a solid 18 month rehabilitation programme consisting of further weight gain and a singular 1 mile jog he has been deemed fit to return to action!

With his Will in his back pocket he will return to action this weekend against a well performing Bramley. Rumour has it that after a scrummaging scare in France during the world cup he will be rolling onto the pitch in the 2nd row due to concerns around his nervousness about packing down against an experienced Bramley front row. If he can make it out of the back seat of the car a fair few litres of blue and maroon body paint will be required if the 17 shift doesn't fit anymore.

He will be consistently laid on the wrong side of every breakdown he manages to walk to, expect plenty of penalties for the Bramley 10 to knock over.

Roth by 1.   

Yorkshire 4 / Week 4 Prediction
« on: September 22, 2022, 08:53:08 AM »
Aireborough V Old Otliensians - Tough one to predict here two great teams going at it, I think the Aire 9 will make all the difference and sneak a home win

Hornsea V Halifax - Fax all the way +25 points - The hooker is the stand out player, expect him to bag a few meat pies

Knaresborough V Stocksbridge - An early relegation decider, Stocks cant rely on the Wilkinson-esque balding 10 this week so the backs will have to rely on the heavy set topknotted centre to crash the ball all match. Lets see if it pays off.....

Nestle Rowntree V Hessle - A midtable clash with little consequence, neither team able to push for promotion. After a poor outing last week the Nestle 10 will need his kicking boots this week to tie up the home win

York RI V Rotherham Phoenix - Where to start.....Phoenix have had a rough off-season with the top heavy elderly prop having a mild cardiac event putting him even further off his feet. It seems the years of heavy meringue puddings have finally caught up with him. The cover they have in the front row is poor, another plumber brought in to fix the leaks will have little impact. The forwards leave a lot to be desired but the backs are even worse, with one of the small twins now serving a 5 year sentence the other remaining twin seems lost. The decent backs they had have gone to stocks and the ones left are more at home playing touch on a Thursday night. The only standout performer is still their captain, he will lead them well against a very poor York team. Rotherham always win easy at York Roth by +35

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