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whiteswan wrote:Leeds played really well and deserved the win. It's what I expected from the game. Yes, Golding is brilliant to watch before he kicks, eyeing up the goal posts. I look at my two fave teams differently. Rhinos I want and expect to end up in first place in the table, Wakey, anywhere in the top eight....to avoid the play off situation. Hopefully Leeds can do a job on Huddersfield next week, both for the Rhino's sake and to keep wakey in the top eight....Trinity have Leigh at Belle Vue, aren't they the surprise package
The Centurions are doing much better than i thought they would as are the Rhinos tbh.
After the Castleford debacle I thought we were in for long old season, those two wins over the Catalans & Trinity have been impressive just like watching the Rhinos of old.
We seem to have struck gold with our new cat-like kicker, every successful team needs to convert their tries. Kevin Sinfield won us so many games with his immaculate kicking
whiteswan wrote:Leeds are in a good position, Wakey however have dropped out of the top eight. I think Leeds will have a great season but Trinity will struggle.
Hope so Swan, early doors however we've made significant improvement since the Cas defeat with two impressive wins v Catalans & Wakey
whiteswan wrote:What a fantastic result tonight for Trinity such a great game. One end to the other. Leigh won the first half but for Wakey to come out like they did in the second half, awesome. So proud
What a comeback Swan
Especially 12 down at half-time & after their drubbing at Headingley last week. Wakey players must have feared the worst at the break, showed great spirit in the second half to gain a fine victory