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rhinoms Superleague XIX Previews - Round 23
Posted by southstander on July 30 2014 - 11:05:36

by rhinoms

Few could have predicted the outcome of last weeks fixtures with the Bulls beating the Warriors and the Wakefield upsetting the Wolves on their own midden.

Saints and the Rhinos have opened up a bit of breathing space at the top but whose to say that FC and the Bulls won't be the ones springing the surprises this weekend and opening the whole thing up again.

One thing is for sure, it is going to be a rollercoaster last five rounds before we hit the excitement of the play-offs.

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Rhinos Keep Devils in their Place
Posted by southstander on July 25 2014 - 23:29:55

Ten Points

It was a Leeds side without Sinfield, Delaney or Bailey who took the field with a vociferous Salford home support at their backs. McDermott wound back the clock and started with Burrow and McGuire in the halves and Jamie Jones-Buchanan was the loose forward. It was a youthful Leeds team taking on the vast experience of the Red Devils old timers and looking to stop their late bid for the play-offs in its tracks.

We knew it was going to be tough, but perhaps not quite as tough as it turned out to be.

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A Devil of a Game
Posted by southstander on July 25 2014 - 11:19:22

Plotting our Downfall
Danny McGuire takes the captains armband after Kevin Sinfields two game suspension for last weeks rush of blood against the Tigers.

Zak Hardaker is likely to take over the kicking duties against a Reds side who are experiencing something of a resurgence under coach Harris and are unbeaten in their last three outings.

Dr Koukash will have his side rallied to the cause for tonights game as his side still harbour ambitions of eighth spot and a shot at the big boys in the play-offs. It could be quite a humdinger, but please, no more Glasgow kisses.

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rhinoms Superleague XIX Previews - Round 22
Posted by southstander on July 24 2014 - 08:44:23

by rhinoms

Round twenty-two sees Hull KR and Wigan with the byes as they pick up two points against London and Bradford, but the other five games could go either way.

Last weekend goes to prove that anything can happen in our game; if you'd told me that Leeds skipper Sinfield would be sitting out the next two rounds after head-butting an opponent then I would have had more than enough grounds to have had you laced into a straight-jacket and committed to the nearest mental health institution for your own safety.

It should be another cracking weekend, but please, no more idols falling!

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Moments of Madness
Posted by southstander on July 18 2014 - 00:19:13

Saw Red

Eighty minutes separated one of these two sides from the top of Superleague. A draw would be enough for the Rhinos but the visitors would need the win.

The Rhinos were back at full strength against a Castleford side full of confidence, the sun was shining on a busy Headingley, and the stage was set for a classic.

But no-one could have predicted what was about to unfold before our very eyes.

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Tiger Taming
Posted by southstander on July 16 2014 - 17:36:11

Miracle Man
Just a solitary point separates the Rhinos in second and Daryl Powells high flying Castleford Tigers in sixth spot as the two sides come head to head for a mouthwatering clash at Headingley on Thursday night.

A win for either side will see them to the top of the table, at least until Saints collect their two points from a trip to London Broncos on Saturday afternoon.

Make no mistake, we'll be witnessing two sides throwing everything that they have at securing the win, local bragging rights, and a coupple of sleeps as league leaders.

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rhinoms Superleague XIX Previews - Round 21
Posted by southstander on July 16 2014 - 07:32:34

by rhinoms

Once again, SKY have picked the game of the round as their Thursday night fare when the Rhinos welcome the Tigers to Headingley in a top of the table showdown.

Beyond this fixture, and with the exception of an intrigueing looking game at Hull KR, where they take on the Red Devlis, then it looks as though the rest of the fixtures could be a predictable procession.

But in Superleague XIX there is a surprise lurking in every round. Could it be Bradford to beat the Giants, the Vikings to upset the Wolves, or London to get their first win of the season against the Saints?

We'll have to wait and see.

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Late Try Avalanche Crushes Robins
Posted by southstander on July 11 2014 - 23:44:35

Stunning Return

The biggest cheer of the pre-match was reserved for the returning Rob Burrow. After three months on the sidelines Superleagues smallest player, with one of the biggest talents, was back in blue and amber and raring to go.

Sinfield and Ablett were also back into a side which saw Delaney named at prop, Ablett in the second row and impressive youngster Walters at loose forward.

The visitors were flying high on the back of a sensational win over the league leaders in their last outing. Everything was set for a cracker, but it took an age to explode.

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Rhinos Trio Return to Face Robins
Posted by southstander on July 10 2014 - 16:22:09

Pocket Rocket Back
Can you hear the alarm bells ringing?

Hull KR, fresh off the back over a massive win over the league leaders, travel to Headingley to take on a Rhinos side still licking their wounds after a mauling at the hands of the Wildcats in round nineteen.

The good news is that the Rhinos could be welcoming back Sinfield, Ablett and Burrow after injury lay-offs. We'll be hoping to avoid a repeat of the last visit by KR in August 2013 when they won by 12-16.

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rhinoms Superleague XIX Previews - Round 20
Posted by southstander on July 09 2014 - 07:44:08

by rhinoms

With just two points separating the top five sides the run in to the end of Superleague XIX promises to be the most exciting for years as the sides fight it our for the hub cap and jostle for play-off positions.

The great games just keep on coming with this weekends highlights being the Giants visit to Castleford, the Rhinos entertaining a bouyant KR and the Warriors visiting the south of France.

Whichever game you go to you should see a cracker (*Broncos v. Wolves excepted).

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