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Direct Link To This Post Posted: 10 Nov 2010 at 09:10
Originally posted by FixSec FixSec wrote:

Originally posted by thatch10 thatch10 wrote:

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don't know if affects your predictions, however Broadstreet play That place in Lincolnshire containing a rude word at Broadstreet's Ivor Preece Field ground this week. The fixtures have been reversed due to Broadstreet's commitment later on in the season to the Daily Mail Schools semi finals.

Thatch

Has anyone told the RFU http://clubs.rfu.com/Fixtures/MatchByDivision.aspx?DivID=70002128 and Rugby Round Up http://www.rugbyroundup.com/league.php?league_id=7&mode=fixtures_and_results#leagueInfo ?
I think as it's an RFU sanctioned event they would have approved it but you never know Wink Best to check, Don't want another situation like last season with a certain Bedfordshire side. LOL
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: 10 Nov 2010 at 12:19

Bromsgrove, your sentiments in relation to playing a cup game are commendable but even you guys would struggle with only 2 fit or available front row players last weekend!!

I agree however that the only way to save the Staffs Cup is to provide some reward for winning it otherwise it is only local pride at stake and without wishing to sound too bigtime, we have won it for the last 5 years and therefore it is no longet the Holy Grail that it once was. It's a shame because winning the Staffs Cup for the first time in 1998 (a great season where we beat Stoke, Burton and Walsall who were all in leagues above us at the time) set us on the path to being the top team in the county for the last decade.
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: 10 Nov 2010 at 14:01
Originally posted by redskins redskins wrote:

Bromsgrove, your sentiments in relation to playing a cup game are commendable but even you guys would struggle with only 2 fit or available front row players last weekend!!

I agree however that the only way to save the Staffs Cup is to provide some reward for winning it otherwise it is only local pride at stake and without wishing to sound too bigtime, we have won it for the last 5 years and therefore it is no longet the Holy Grail that it once was. It's a shame because winning the Staffs Cup for the first time in 1998 (a great season where we beat Stoke, Burton and Walsall who were all in leagues above us at the time) set us on the path to being the top team in the county for the last decade.
The intention was not to criticise. In fairness we too have had issues in the past in the NM Cup where due in part to pig headedness by us and another club we had ended up devaluing the cup and one club withdrawing but I believe the current set up is very much in favour of the Cup continuing.

One small point however, if it had been a league fixture there would have been a fine and a points deduction, regardless of injuries so what's the difference? Ah yes, it's an unimportant competition.

Now back to topic Wink Who will be top on Saturday evening?
That's the $64,000 question.
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: 10 Nov 2010 at 14:45
Ouch

Edited by redskins - 12 Nov 2010 at 10:29
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: 11 Nov 2010 at 07:16
Bluff and counter bluff. Thrust and parry and that's just this forum Wink
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: 12 Nov 2010 at 15:35
Kenilworth    v Burton - Home win
Longton        v Broms - Home win
Malvern        v Sheffi - Away win
Newport        v Luton - Away win
O/North        v Heref   - Home win
Peterb           v S/Leic - Away win.
S/thorpe        v Broad Away win
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: 12 Nov 2010 at 17:17
Kenilworth     v  Burton - Away win 
Longton         v  Bromsgrove - Home win 
Malvern          v  Sheffield  - Home win 
Newport         v  Luton - Home win (just)
O/North          v  Hereford   - Home win 
Peterborough  v  S/Leicester - Away win 
S/thorpe         v  Broad St. - Away win


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Direct Link To This Post Posted: 13 Nov 2010 at 06:13
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Oh and please support our boys in such a good cause. Wink
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: 13 Nov 2010 at 08:36
Kenilworth     v  Burton - Home win 
Longton         v  Bromsgrove - Home win 
Malvern          v  Sheffield  - Home win 
Newport         v  Luton - Home win (just)
O/North          v  Hereford   - Home win 
Peterborough  v  S/Leicester - Away win 
BroadStreet V Sc*nthorpe - Home win

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Direct Link To This Post Posted: 13 Nov 2010 at 09:01
Kenilworth     v  Burton - Away win 
Longton         v  Bromsgrove - Home win 
Malvern          v  Sheffield  - Home win 
Newport         v  Luton - Away win
O/North          v  Hereford   - Home win 
Peterborough  v  S/Leicester - Away win (I think I/we prefered it when at the start of the season no one was predicting south would win much. Why is it preferable to be the under-dog to being the favourite?) 
BroadStreet V Sc*nthorpe - Home win
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: 14 Nov 2010 at 15:53
Any reason you think Newport will loose at home to Luton?
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