SS.com Messageboard Home Friday, December 06, 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
Rhinos Hunting Wolves Win
Posted by southstander on May 14 2010 - 08:33:38

Plotting Downfall
Once again the Rhinos figure in the game of the weekend as the Champions welcome Tony Smith and his Warrington Wolves.

Despite the comparative league positions my bookies (Bet365) have made the Rhinos slight favourites for the game with the Wolves getting a two point start on the coupon. What do they know that we don't?

Most Leeds fans will be going tonight with an expectation of defeat, but hoping against hope for a victory.

We preview the game here...

The Rhinos bring back the stars that were rested last week for the visit of the Panthers. McGuire, Diskin, JJB, Bailey and Ablett are all in Blueys nineteen as he names the strongest squad that he can from his injury ravaged dressing room. The notable absentees are Rob Burrow, out for months and Ali Lauiti'iti who is also injured.

Lee Smith being included is a relief after he suffered a head injury early on last week. The squad in full is; Webb, Delaney, Senior, Hall, McGuire, Leuluai, Buderus, Peacock, Jones-Buchanan, Sinfield, Diskin, Eastwood, Bailey, Kirke, Ablett, Burgess, Ambler, Clarkson, and Smith.

Tony Smiths side are full of hope and ambition and playing like they a team posessed, except against the teams where it matters. Fresh from their massive cup win over an increasingly disheveled looking Giants outfit, the only notable absentee is Richie Myler who has a minor knee injury.

Smiths ninteen; L. Anderson, V. Anderson, Atkins, Bridge, Briers, Cooper, Grix, Harrison, Hicks, Higham, King, Mathers, Monaghan, Morley, Riley, Solomona, Westwood, Williams, and Wood.

After coaching the losing side twice last season, this is Smiths greatest opportunity to get one over on his previous employers.

Three Wolves to watch;


Bridge

Morley

Briers

The Rhinos emerged victorious from both games against the Wolves last season. The last game was the 24-22 win at Headingley on the 1st August last year. We also won the away game at the Halliwell-Jones, again by a narrow margin, this time of 20-14.

The last time that Warrington beat us was the 3rd August 2008, on that occasion by 12-22 in Warrington and it was the play-offs in 2006 that the Wolves last won a game at Headingley, on that occasion by 17-18.

Southstander.com Prediction
Rhinos 16 32 Wolves

I've gone for a Rhinos loss, with a heavy heart, in the hope that I am badly wrong. I'm not sure that we'll get within a dozen points of them, and we could be in for a bit of a hiding. Hopefully they will still be on a high from last week and be thinking that they are invincible.

It's going to be cold, cold, cold for tonights game, so get yourself wrapped up well.

Don't forget your prediction. Enjoy the game and keep everything crossed for a Rhinos win.

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