SS.com Messageboard Home Friday, October 18, 2019
Latest Articles
rhinoms Superleague ...
rhinoms Superleague ...
rhinoms Superleague ...
rhinoms Superleague ...
rhinoms Superleague ...
Navigation
SS.com Messageboard
Home
Articles
Downloads
Contact Me
Web Links
Photo Gallery
Search
Game Info
2015 1st Team Game Info
2014 1st Team Game Info
2013 1st Team Game Info
2012 1st Team Game Info
2011 1st Team Game Info
2010 1st Team Game Info
2009 1st Team Game Info
2008 1st Team Game Info
2007 1st Team Game Info
2006 1st Team Game Info
2005 1st Team Game Info
Hall of Fame
Tony Smith ('03-'07)
Barrie McDermott ('96-'06)
Merchandise

Click Here
2013 Sponsors List
2012 Sponsors List
2011 Sponsors List
2010 Sponsors List
2009 Sponsors List
2008 Sponsors List
2007 Sponsors List
2006 Sponsors List
2005 Sponsors List
They Might Be Giants
Posted by southstander on March 12 2010 - 15:15:38

Plotting
Only just eclipsed as potential game of the week by Wigan v. Hull FC, a resurgent and free-scoring Rhinos travel to the Galpharm to take on a resurgent and free-scoring Huddersfield Giants.

Last weekend these two side score a massive 114 points between them, while the Rhinos letting O'Callaghan over for a first half try was the only points that the sides conceeded between them.

This means that sunday could either be a very close low scoring game as the defences win out, or a points avalanche as the attacks come out on top.

We preview the game here...

Leeds have today been rocked by the news that Greg Eastwood, one of the Rhinos early season outstanding players, is going to be out for around ten weeks after being diagnosed with a fractured wrist. The good news for Rhinos fans is that the skipper is back in the nineteen and stands a reasonable chance of playing. Tom Bush has retained his place in the nineteen, so he must have got an extra week off from his Dad, and deservedly so after not letting anyone down against the Broncos. Brett Delaney is also named in the nineteen, as he was last week, and this week we'll all be hoping that he is playing.

It is a straight Sinfield for Eastwood from last weekends nineteen and Bluey has named his nineteen as; Webb, Delaney, Senior, Hall, McGuire, Burrow, Leuluai, Buderus, Peacock, Jones-Buchanan, Lauiti'iti, Sinfield, Diskin, Bailey, Kirke, Burgess, Pitts, Watkins, and Bush. Any two of the last six names on that list could miss out, providing that Sinny and Delaney are fit enough to play.

Nathan Brown has named an unchanged squad from the one which massacred the Wildcats last weekend with a startling 52-0 victory in a game which most commentators thought would be a close run thing. It's a nineteen man squad full of quality who on paper will give us a real game.

The nineteen is; Cudjoe, Lolesi, Whatuira, Hodgson, Brown, Robinson, Crabtree, Lunt, Gilmour, Fa'alogo, Wild, Raleigh, Griffin, Lawrence, Faiumu, Grix, Aspinwall, Patrick and Horne.

Three Giants to watch;


Brown

Lolesi

Robinson

The game has a large dollop of added spice as the 'genius' referees controller Stuart Cummings has given the fixture to honorary new Australian citizen Richard 'Freedom of the City of Melbourne' Silverwood. With Keith Senior left wondering how many items he'll have to sell on e-bay to make up his 1,000 fine for 'telling it like it was', don't expect much love between the Rhinos and the referee. Siege mentality time as we'll be playing fourteen men for eighty minutes!

Last season we travelled to the Galpharm in April and came away with a 34-06 win and the two points, we also won the fixture at Headingley later in the season. In 2008 we were 30-10 winners, and in 2007 we won by 25-12. The last time we lost to the Giants was on neutral ground at Odsal in the 2006 Challenge Cup Semi-Final, a game that most of us will not wish to remember.

You have to go all the way back to Superleague VIII (2003) for the only Superleague Giants win over the Rhinos, by 30-24.

Southstander.com Prediction
Giants 10 20 Rhinos

This could be an absolute corker and the Giants will be hoping for a bumper crowd after their big win last week. There will be plenty there from Leeds too as there always is for a sunday afternoon fixture. There are some great memories from this ground, fingers crossed that sunday delivers another.

It's going to be nice day on sunday with a little cloud but generally sunny. The temperature could be pushing ten degrees, ideal for a great game of fast rugby.

The Predicitions Prize Money thread for sponsors 'bet' is now on and would net the prize fund over 89. The bookies have given the Giants a four point start on the handicaps, despite being above us in the table (on points difference), but I think we'll better that.

See you there and enjoy the game.

Guest
Username

Password

Remember Me



Register
Lost Password?
Google Adverts
Member Poll
How will the Rhinos fare in the opening fixtures of the two part season?

Top of the pile

Top Four

Top Eight

Bottom Four

You must login to vote.
All The Latest News
YEP
Google Adverts

Whilst every effort is made to ensure that news stories are correct, we cannot be held responsible for errors. However, if you feel any material on this website is copyrighted or incorrect in any way please contact us at loiners@hotmail.com so we can remove it or negotiate copyright permission.

RLFANS.COM, the owners of this website, the RLSA (Rugby League Supporters Association) or the 100% League Network are not responsible for the content of its sub-sites, please email the author of this sub-site if you feel you find an article offensive or of a choice nature that you disagree with.

Email RLFANS.COM's owners admins@rlfans.com if further assistance is required.

(C)1999-2015 RLFANS.COM