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Offline Oldandslow

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Week 4
« on: September 22, 2022, 06:46:43 AM »
Lots of interesting fixtures this week, clubs still getting players back from cricket, farming and holidays.

I’m useless at predictions but here goes:

Dronfield v Bridlington – Closer game than many expect going for a Brid win but with Dronfield getting a LBP.

M&N v B&B – Can only see a home win by plenty.

Moortown v Selby – Home win.

Morley v Scarborough – Home win in a high scoring game.

O Crocs v Ponte – Hard game to call,  history says Ponte don’t win very often at Crocs, this seasons form suggests Ponte should win. Going for a Crocs victory but with Ponte getting a LBP. Will King Kong be playing for Crocs? Perhaps Alf Hart knows the answer.

Pocklington v Old Brods – Expect another close game but going for a Brods win.

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Re: Week 4
« Reply #1 on: September 22, 2022, 01:55:54 PM »
Slowers

don’t disagree with anything you post apart from Crocs v Ponte ..Away  win for me .. unless of course KK is loose . i’ve no idea if he’s playing other than the previous posts that he and his brothers are otherwise engaged.. if he plays it’s a different game .  having seen Ponty last week i can’t see them losing by many against anyone this season … big powerful team . get their breakdown skills tightened up and they’ll get promoted for me . no rugger for me i’m risking a trip to Poland … hope Puters keeps himself in check .

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Re: Week 4
« Reply #2 on: September 22, 2022, 02:37:52 PM »
Big call that Alfredo. Very good nucleus of young players at Ponte with potentially a lot of improvement in them. Think squad depth will be an issue as the season wears on.

 Dronfield v Bridlington – First home game for Dronfield and expect them to come out firing for a close game. Not a fan of backing Brid away but this time I will, with a high scoring five pointer. One BP for the home side.

M&N v B&B – Calculators at the ready.

Moortown v Selby – Fifty points plus for Moortown.

Morley v Scarborough – Morley will be stung by last weeks result and performance. Comfortable home win.

O Crocs v Ponte – Closest game of the day. Expect the usual Ponte scrum dominance v Crocs but can they translate it into a victory. Availability issues I hear, along with a poor record v Crocs, leaves me thinking a narrow home win (with KK ) and a narrow away win (without).

Pocklington v Old Brods- Brods don't seem what they were last season so a comfortablish home win.

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Re: Week 4
« Reply #3 on: September 22, 2022, 03:31:28 PM »
Dronfield v Brid - Agree with PA about Brid on the road but looking at results I don't think Dronfield will have enough to stick in this. High scoring away win.

M&N v BB - Lots of points for M&N, Bees got in front and fell away last week can't see them having a sniff on Saturday.

Moortown v Selby - Moortown hitting their stride BP win for the home side.

Morley v Scarbs - Close one, going against the grain with an Away Win.

Crocs v Ponte - Heard a fair bit from Crocs supporters recently and I think Ponte break their duck at Broomfield. Away win. King Kong not to return this season.

Pock v Brods - Brods on somewhat of a rebuild, again I agree with PA comfortable home win

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Re: Week 4
« Reply #4 on: September 23, 2022, 10:50:13 AM »
Dron v Brid
A low scoring affair, away win…just.

M&N v Bees
Bees to get hammered, hopefully.

Town v Selby
BP home win.

Morley v Scabs
Another close game but going with home advantage on this one.

Crocs v Ponte
Comfortable away win.

Pock v Brods
Home win by a large margin.