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<r><QUOTE author="Southern Softy"><s>[quote="Southern Softy"]</s>It was a hard match to watch because every time Hull attacked they looked like scoring and just about everyone could see that if we attacked in the same manner by switching the ball quickly across the field, Hull were extremely vulnera...
- Sun Jun 18, 2017 2:02 pm
- Forum: Web Warriors
- Topic: Wigan v Warrington - Challenge Cup
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<r><QUOTE author="moto748"><s>[quote=moto748]</s> I actually thought Tommy was much better today, that kick out on the full excepted.<br/> <br/> I think it's a bit rich to bleat about how hard done we were, when the winning try should never have been allowed, the pass was a mile forward. But I suppo...
Poor performance agreed but gives me every confidence for staines next week. If we had won with a pan-full as expected we might have become complacent. That was a wake-up call and staines will suffer as a result.
Congratulations to Jack Mc Hugh (my grandson) 17 yr old Jack plays for Orrell St James ARL Club at U18s and Open Age levels and has been selected to represent England at Touch Rugby in the forthcoming International Tournament at Nottingham. Well done Jack.
<t>Re: Under 19's Fixture Details<br/> I subscribed to Wigan TV on the understanding that the U19s matches would be shown. Does anyone know why they're not being shown? Also how does one contact the organisers to make suggestions for improvements? I've emailed them twice and received no reply. A tea...
- Fri Apr 18, 2014 6:16 pm
- Forum: Web Warriors
- Topic: Under 19's Fixture Details
- Replies: 8
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<t>I subscribed to Wigan TV on the understanding that the U19s matches would be shown. Does anyone know why they're not being shown? Also how does one contact the organisers to make suggestions for improvements? I've emailed them twice and received no reply. A team sheet is important so we can ident...
<t>Snidy comment kitwazzer. His father was an International schoolboy centre who could offload in seemingly impossible situations. He was converted to a grafting tackling machine in the style of Roberts when we were developing the position/possession style of rugby and gave loyal service to the Club...
An absolute gentleman. I had the great pleasure of working with Keith on the Wigan Colleges' Tour to Australia in 1988 and on many other occasions at Central Park. He will be sorely missed and my condolences go to his family