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RHINOS v. WILDCATS
The Champs welcome John "twitching" Kear and his puddy cats to HQ this week.
We start June facing a team we've had problems with this year a defeat away
and a last minute get out of jail free score at Murryfield hasn't disguised
the Wakey effort against us.
The Rhinos could well be a little jaded this week after a very tough May and
dependent on the RFL lottery of disciplinary panels could be a centre light
As for our visitors they will be revitalized by the week off and JK will
have them fired up for the challenge at HQ.
Despite his finger twitching like a coalition Mp's expenses claim the Rhinos
should have too much for the mange ridden puddy cats.
Rhinos by 12.
|rhinoms tips||Rhinos by 12|
|Number 2 tips||Rhinos by 20|
|SouthStander.com tips||Rhinos by 18|
|Average||Rhinos by 17|
FC v. SAINTS
The KC welcomes the scouse pretenders this week and Stig will be hoping to
inspire the hosts to another win against his former carers.
The trophy-less visitors arrive with an injury ruling out talisman and 'le
brat' Eastmond, but they should still have enough in the tank to see off the
challenge of Cap'n birds eye and co.
A spirited effort by Stig and his "sponge bob" cast but a stolen win for the
Saints by 10.
|rhinoms tips||Saints by 10|
|Number 2 tips||Saints by 8|
|SouthStander.com tips||Saints by 16|
|Average||Saints by 11|
REDS v. WIRE
The hosts are going for a remarkable three wins in a row after seeing off the
enfants terrible, and pretenders to the throne, Saints, in their last 2 games.
The Wolves are this weeks visitors and have dished out some good hidings to
the Reds recently and TS was far from impressed with his team even though
they won at Odslum last time out.
The hosts will be confident after their recent form and the fact that
Talisman Holdsworth has agreed a new deal however I feel this won't be
Expect an improved effort from the Reds in terms of score but to no avail.
Wire by 14.
|rhinoms tips||Wolves by 8|
|Number 2 tips||Wolves by 16|
|SouthStander.com tips||Wolves by 30|
|Average||Wolves by 18|
WARRIORS v. TIGERS
The Deliverance boys visit the pie-dome this week hoping to banjo the hosts
and get the two points.
The hosts will be looking to bounce back after been "out pied" by the mighty
Rhinos in a tough encounter at HQ last time out. The tiggers are still without a recognized SL 7 after letting old man
Sherwin leave and that's where they'll struggle here.
Rangi chase is an exciting player and match winner on his day but will not
be able to carry his team in this one and the rest aren't good enough.
The pies will revert to type and look to bully and spoil their way to the two
points and if they don't young S.Tompkins will cwy and cwy and cwy.
Oh, and a word of warning for the Cas squad if you score look out for the low
flying boxes of sweets, lighters and coins.
Pies by 16.
|rhinoms tips||Warriors by 16|
|Number 2 tips||Warriors by 22|
|SouthStander.com tips||Warriors by 26|
|Average||Warriors by 21|
QUINS v. CRUSADERS
A battle of the hammered this week at The Stoop last time out both teams got
a good old fashioned tonking.
This week the hosts will be looking to defend a lot better than last time
when they shipped 50+ against the puddy cats and the plastic taffs concede
Could be quite an interesting match up this with both sides having
reasonable players and possible match winners. I think Brian Mc will have used the week off to remind his team of his Royal
Marine background and beasted them, so expect the Leeks to be well cooked.
Quins by 10.
|rhinoms tips||Quins by 10|
|Number 2 tips||Quins by 10|
|SouthStander.com tips||Quins by 12|
|Average||Quins by 11|
BULLS v. GIANTS
The Grattan land fill plays host to the "new major force" in SL don't laugh
that's what their fans were calling themselves a few weeks ago when they'd
scraped a few wins together.
Oh how the mighty have fallen this really is a battle of the "has beens and
never will be's" but an intriguing encounter all the same.
The Manly "Mafia" are doing ok but hardly setting the SL alight and even
Orford can't polish a t#*d.
The hosts will be going all out to send McBanana away with a GF appearance
so expect him to take up his England duties early.
As for the visitors big "Shirley" Crabtree and past it man of steel will be
looking for a morale boosting win to revitalize their season and after an
energy sapping defeat last week for the dulls I expect Browns men to get the
Giants by 8.
|rhinoms tips||Giants by 8|
|Number 2 tips||Bulls by 12|
|SouthStander.com tips||Bulls by 14|
|Average||Bulls by 6|
KR v. DRAGONS
The fireless Dragons are this weeks challenge for the Robins.
This could be an entertaining match with Morgans men looking to continue
their upturn in form and the Dragons coming off the back of a crushing win
over Batley at mount pleasant last time out.
The Dragons really are awful this year despite some quality signings and
coach Walters' hopes of returning home after a decent season will be finally
put to bed this week.
Robins by 14.
|rhinoms tips||KR by 14|
|Number 2 tips||KR by 26|
|SouthStander.com tips||KR by 8|
|Average||KR by 16|
Thanks for reading and enjoy the games.
P.S. Don't forget this weekend you have the chance to get a signed copy of
"The reluctant Hero" the much anticipated book dedicated to the Greatest
player to wear Blue 'n' Amber John Holmes.
The siging will take place at Philip Howard books on street lane Roundhay
from 10.30am this Saturday.
Winnings to date: £3.82.