[Match Discussion] Hull KR Next

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Re: [Match Discussion] Hull KR Next

Post by Sharlotiger » 15 May 2022, 18:50

Fumper27 wrote: 15 May 2022, 18:27
Sharlotiger wrote: 15 May 2022, 18:21 Discipline shocking again in the first quarter, against a side that was interested we would have struggled, probably have a couple of suspensions for next week.
Nice to see a clean sheet and scored a few good-looking tries, but we will struggle moving forward if we don't get the discipline sorted.
But we didn’t play a side who was interested, so your point is pointless. Using the analogy of “if we had played Saints. Wigan, Penrith” is rubbish. You play, and beat, what is in front of you on the day.

We were very professional in our approach. I’m sure the instruction from Radders would of been to keep the clean sheet, with the game won by half time.
The same indiscipline that we showed yet again today was the same sort of performance that as cost us on a few occasions this season, including 2 previous encounters with HKR, my pointless point was that if Radders doesn't get a grip on the soft penalties etc it will continue to cost us, fortunately today it didn't and we got away with it.

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Re: [Match Discussion] Hull KR Next

Post by gateman » 15 May 2022, 18:56

i thought the lad some fans love to hate Olpherts had a cracking game

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Re: [Match Discussion] Hull KR Next

Post by Mucky1978 » 15 May 2022, 19:19

Fumper27 wrote: 15 May 2022, 17:21 Hats off to Radford and his recruitment this season. I, for one, can’t wait to see what he adds for 2023
Me to
Hopefully 5-6 solid signings rather then the old Powell project signings.

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Re: [Match Discussion] Hull KR Next

Post by Fumper27 » 15 May 2022, 19:29

Surprised no one has mentioned the try saving tackle Trueman made on Coote in the first half…

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Re: [Match Discussion] Hull KR Next

Post by tigerfeat » 15 May 2022, 19:40

That was a great tackle Coote looked over for all money but Truemans defence since he first came into the team has always been very good
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Re: [Match Discussion] Hull KR Next

Post by Tigers1926 » 15 May 2022, 20:12

Your rate about Olpherts, Mr gateman. Solid game regarding catching the ball and fetching the ball away from our line. It's a team game and Olpherts is worth his spot in the team.

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Re: [Match Discussion] Hull KR Next

Post by gateman » 15 May 2022, 23:10

Fenuea spelt wrong seems fitter than at the start of the season put some big hits in today proving me wrong with what i thought of him in the first few games

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Re: [Match Discussion] Hull KR Next

Post by tigerfeat » 16 May 2022, 09:16

On a bit of a sour note yesterday the Hull KR fans who were throwing beer all over Cas fans in the family zone were a disgrace Christ if you can't go to watch a game of rugby without having to put up with that
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Re: [Match Discussion] Hull KR Next

Post by JSLisnotaprop » 16 May 2022, 13:04

8100 given as the official attendance, i was adamant it was below 7k looking in the stands.

it felt like and looked a poor crowd,
especially when you constantly see the "traditionalists" screaming and whining for a Sunday afternoon kick off...

KR didnt travel great either IMO.

Thought it was a decent atmosphere anyway.

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Re: [Match Discussion] Hull KR Next

Post by old cas lass » 16 May 2022, 13:07

Looks like watts as got a 2 game ban……for tripping .

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Re: [Match Discussion] Hull KR Next

Post by Fumper27 » 16 May 2022, 15:14

Fumper27 wrote: 15 May 2022, 19:29 Surprised no one has mentioned the try saving tackle Trueman made on Coote in the first half…
Here’s the clip for those who haven’t seen it:

https://mobile.twitter.com/CTRLFC/statu ... gr%5Etweet

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Re: [Match Discussion] Hull KR Next

Post by Aloysius Van Bradnik » 17 May 2022, 12:20

tigerfeat wrote: 16 May 2022, 09:16 On a bit of a sour note yesterday the Hull KR fans who were throwing beer all over Cas fans in the family zone were a disgrace Christ if you can't go to watch a game of rugby without having to put up with that
Think yourself lucky that they have moved on from spitting at you. HKR (and FC) have always had a rogue element. They always seem to target where kids are as well.
Hope it didnt spoil the game for you

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Re: [Match Discussion] Hull KR Next

Post by tigerfeat » 17 May 2022, 12:49

No mate it didn't someone told me about what had happened after game dissapointing following on from what occurred at there ground
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Re: [Match Discussion] Hull KR Next

Post by Tamworth Tiger » 17 May 2022, 13:35

JSLisnotaprop wrote: 16 May 2022, 13:04 8100 given as the official attendance, i was adamant it was below 7k looking in the stands.

it felt like and looked a poor crowd,
especially when you constantly see the "traditionalists" screaming and whining for a Sunday afternoon kick off...

KR didnt travel great either IMO.

Thought it was a decent atmosphere anyway.
No idea who the ‘tradionalist’ label is supposed to cover and where they are screaming and whining.
Also not sure what our ‘traditional’ day/time would be. During my time watching Cas were pioneers with Salford on Friday nights under floodlights, plenty of games used to be played on Saturday afternoons, Sky at different times have gone for a whole host of days and times, including Sunday evenings and obviously Thursday nights. Also the trophy we won most often was played for on Tuesday nights.
Hard to know which is the most popular with fans.
I know that Sunday afternoons won the last time there was a vote and seemed to be particularly popular with families with kids, but I think that over the last 10 years the team’s success meant so many games being moved to Thursday and Friday that the club gave in to the inevitable
What will be favourite going forward is also hard to say as habits may have changed during COVID.

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Re: [Match Discussion] Hull KR Next

Post by gateman » 17 May 2022, 16:01

how many would have come over if HKR had won last week, they must have brought 800 a lot more than some do, our support this year as had a boost could it be the intraduction of the easy payment for season tickets ?

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Re: [Match Discussion] Hull KR Next

Post by Tigers1926 » 17 May 2022, 19:47

I think your being generous with 800, it's about the worst following I've experienced HKR bringing downt lane over the years. Regarding the crowds, I think your rate, and anything that makes it easier for people to be able to afford a season ticket as got to be good. Cas isn't a area where people have a lot of spare money, as I'm sure some other RL area's are in the same boat, and anything that helps people with regards to having a season ticket has got to be a good idea.

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Re: [Match Discussion] Hull KR Next

Post by Fumper27 » 17 May 2022, 20:31

gateman wrote: 17 May 2022, 16:01 how many would have come over if HKR had won last week,
probably less as they’d of been saving for the final 😂😂

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Re: [Match Discussion] Hull KR Next

Post by tigerfeat » 18 May 2022, 07:39

JSLisnotaprop wrote: 16 May 2022, 13:04 8100 given as the official attendance, i was adamant it was below 7k looking in the stands.

it felt like and looked a poor crowd,
especially when you constantly see the "traditionalists" screaming and whining for a Sunday afternoon kick off...

KR didnt travel great either IMO.

Thought it was a decent atmosphere anyway.
I must be losing my touch at guessing what the crowd is I usually get close I'd have gone for 6,500ish I put it down to old age creeping in...
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Re: [Match Discussion] Hull KR Next

Post by Tamworth Tiger » 18 May 2022, 08:43

It’s always hard to get the crowd right. The HullKR fans always seem to fill the Princess Street stand up a little bit more. I think it’s because they don’t use the ends much at home

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