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Re: 2022 | RL World Cup : Mon Nov 14, 2022 9:54 pm  
chapylad wrote:
Agree with a lot of that you`ve said.
Wrt Welsby I would have him in my starting 13 but at FB in place of Tomkins and possibly Sneyd alongside Williams in the halves which is harsh om Tomkins I know.
Hill I disagreed with at the start but has been decent. Cooper for me was always the wrong selection.
Other than that not many other players would have got in that were available.

Agree with this.

We have enough time before the next World Cup or even next year to be fair, for some new players to force their way in. I expect this will/should be the last time we will see some of that squad in an England shirt.
Re: 2022 | RL World Cup : Mon Nov 14, 2022 9:58 pm  
KaeruJim wrote:
We have enough time before the next World Cup or even next year to be fair, for some new players to force their way in. I expect this will/should be the last time we will see some of that squad in an England shirt.

excited to see which aging ex-Wiganers he picks next time
Re: 2022 | RL World Cup : Mon Nov 14, 2022 9:59 pm  
KaeruJim wrote:
Agree with this.

We have enough time before the next World Cup or even next year to be fair, for some new players to force their way in. I expect this will/should be the last time we will see some of that squad in an England shirt.

I don't know why but I seem to have dejavu.
Re: 2022 | RL World Cup : Tue Nov 15, 2022 6:35 am  
Some decent players to grow into the shirt, and some who missed the tournament like Lomax and Newman. We'll still be well behind Aus though. A few better better players on Saturday would have go us through, but wouldn't have made a dent on Australia
Re: 2022 | RL World Cup : Wed Nov 16, 2022 4:33 pm  
Since we've not beaten Australia in a series for over 50 years I'd suggest that it might be worth managing our expectations there. There's no reason why we can't continue to compete on a level playing field with NZ, Samoa and Tonga.
Re: 2022 | RL World Cup : Wed Nov 16, 2022 4:34 pm  
Seth wrote:
I don't know why but I seem to have dejavu.


That's because you're becoming an old git like me. :lol:

England Beat France in Nail-biting Wheelchair World Cup Final





The best two sides in the Wheelchair World Cup had mad it to the final for an eagerly anticipated showdown at Manchester Central in front of a sell-out crowd as England took on the old enemy France for the games ultimate prize.

The top two rated sides met for the eighteenth time, France with the lion share of the victories but England having won the last meeting between the two in June of this year in a friendly match. The bookies couldn´t choose between the two sides, offering both at 10/11. France and England have faced of in the two previous World Cup finals, France winning on both occasions by narrow margins and looking for three in a row.

The atmosphere was electric, the stage was set for a thriller, the home nations only hope of a trophy at the end of an exceptional jamboree of rugby league.

READ MORE ON THIS STORY...


England Beat France in Nail-biting Wheelchair World Cup Final





The best two sides in the Wheelchair World Cup had mad it to the final for an eagerly anticipated showdown at Manchester Central in front of a sell-out crowd as England took on the old enemy France for the games ultimate prize.

The top two rated sides met for the eighteenth time, France with the lion share of the victories but England having won the last meeting between the two in June of this year in a friendly match. The bookies couldn´t choose between the two sides, offering both at 10/11. France and England have faced of in the two previous World Cup finals, France winning on both occasions by narrow margins and looking for three in a row.

The atmosphere was electric, the stage was set for a thriller, the home nations only hope of a trophy at the end of an exceptional jamboree of rugby league.

READ MORE ON THIS STORY...

fantastic game. was it me or was the French referee cheating all the way through?
Yep. He seemed to be cheering France at one stage when it looked like they'd score
Clearwing wrote:
Yep. He seemed to be cheering France at one stage when it looked like they'd score

He may as well have been wearing a beret and a string of onions round his neck. What a game and what a win!
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