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Re: york Fri Jun 11, 2021 7:59 pm  

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terry silver wrote:
I agree hewitt has been excellent but he wont be playing this week due to the situation at huddersfield with covid other wise i would have done as you say and put tangata in for calcott


Yep just noticed. Shame as he has been really good for us. Agree tangata into replace him
Re: york Fri Jun 11, 2021 8:02 pm  

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I’ve read on the York Website that their fans are aloud into this game. That’s good news to have away fans back.
Re: york Sun Jun 13, 2021 12:58 pm  

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A very convincing performance , the team is bonding
Re: york Sun Jun 13, 2021 1:05 pm  

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Great win, sounded like Grix had a good game as well.
Re: york Sun Jun 13, 2021 2:11 pm  

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Most complete performance I've seen from Fax in a long time, and against a good team. Really strong in defence throughout, which knocked York out of their stride with their attack becoming increasingly ineffectual as game progressed. Confidence looks really high as ball movement generally much slicker whilst still keeping mistakes very low. Can't think of a player, including pleasingly, Mccomb, who didn't have a really strong game, Woodburn-Hall again flawless in defence and excellent in attack, but deserved man of the match was Grix who looked to be running around like a teenager, made a couple of great breaks and who made any number of excellent passes having taken the ball right to the line.
Re: york Sun Jun 13, 2021 3:09 pm  

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An excellent all round performance, we made York look increasingly poor as the game went on. Agree with Grix being MoM but it was an all round effort from the lads. Up The Fax! :DRUNK:
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Re: york Sun Jun 13, 2021 8:52 pm  

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Played well today, solid defense, solid in the pack which were pretty dominant and with Grix and Woody taking it to and coming into the line very sharp in attack.
A few silly errors so still room for improvement which is showing week to week.
Just hope we don't pick up too many more injuries with Connors foot and Ed's broken jaw.
Re: york Mon Jun 14, 2021 6:55 am  
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A pretty high quality performance for about 60 minutes of the 80. How much better do we look with Grix at half back rather than Robinson? Harris seems to be building in confidence as well and we just look a pretty good allround team. The next real test should be against Batley and then we have a run of games which should at least guarentee a top 6 finish but really I think given how open it is we should be aiming for 3rd although Bradford avoiding going to Toulouse could have a barring on that. Before the season started I were quitely confident of 3rd or 4th when our team was compared to other teams that had all been tipped for the top 6 with us missing out but those losses against Bradford and Oldham which should both have been wins could still make it tough.

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Re: york Mon Jun 14, 2021 3:07 pm  

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It does seem to suit grix and the team him playing in the halves. I have been very critical of both scott and simon but i am more than pleased for them both to keep proving doubters like me wrong please keep it going. We did get a little sloppy with needless passes near our own try line which i feared at the time might give york a way back in the game but credit to the players they went up the gears and pulled away. Our defence does deserve a lot of praise is it 6 try's conceded in the last 5 games that is some effort. So on to the next game against a swinton side who will be desperate for a win and they have caused us some problems and beaten us in the past we need to make sure we are on the ball for this if we are it should be another welcome 2 points
Re: york Fri Jun 18, 2021 10:15 am  

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Ryan Atkins gets a one match ban for his dreadful and deliberate attack to the head of Scott Grix. Player welfare? I don't think so. :CRAZY:
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