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rhinoms Superleague XVI Previews - Round 9
Posted by southstander on April 07 2011 - 08:25:43

by rhinoms

The Rhinos snatching a draw from the jaws of victory, the Dragons upsetting the form book and beating the Wolves, and James Child being allowed to influence the result of yet another Superleague match.

What a topsy-turvey season it has been so far. Will the wierdness continue this weekend?

Read more here....

The SL table is now taking shape and as we enter Round 9 Cas are the surprise package at the top.

Here are my thoughts on this weekends games.


This week Sponge-bob and Co. host the Grattan pothole residents in a must win game.

The visitors secured another surprise win last time out and will be confident of adding to the woes of the Reef.

The hosts will likely be missing the suspended Stig and won't have the ref to blame if they Clam up and are out mussled.

Fortunately the hosts should show their Sole and Skate to victory and leave Potter unable to spell another win but that also means at least another week with Birds eye at the helm.

FC by 8.

rhinoms tipsFC by 8 tipsFC by 6
AverageFC by 7


After scraping a draw last week when they were outclassed for over an hour the Pies welcome the team of the last rd to the Pie-Dome.

The Dragons will be hoping to build on their shock win against the much fancied K9 lovers and show the fire to get another two points.

The Crustys will welcome back Points machine Richards but will be missing Jeff "I'm not a typical Pie sh#*house honest" Lima after his actions last week.

This could prove to be a tough test for the current champs on current form but they'll have too much gravy for garlic boys.

Pies by 14.

rhinoms tipsWarriors by 14 tipsWarriors by 22
AverageWarriors by 19


After a morale-boosting win in an awful encounter last week the hosts will look to build on that with a win against the Red V.

The visitors arrive on the back of a pair of wins at their new squat and they may have Brat Eastmond back available after his poor discipline and ego left him suspended for a few weeks.

This will be too big a task for the plastic south welsh outfit even with their mercurial 6 Witt back in the 17 after a ban.

The KFC inspired scousers will have too much and leave the Wrexham outfit on bricks for another week.

St's by 22.

rhinoms tipsSaints by 22 tipsSaints by 16
AverageSaints by 19


The game of the round when two of the fancied teams met at the Galpharm. The hosts will be hoping to build on recent good results and show that their last effort against a fancied team was a blip.

Although missing Mason and Fa'alongo they still have a strong squad and will be confident of being too big for the barking visitors.

The visitors will be hoping to show their bite after a poor effort last week when the fire of the Dragons was too hot to handle but they are missing "Diving ,squawking football b#*ch" Briers.

A tough game and one that could go either way but home advantage should be enough for the Mono-brow and Pug inspired hosts.

Giants by 10.

rhinoms tipsGiants by 10 tipsWolves by 8
AverageGiants by 1


The Blue 'n' Amber travel to the Red half of Cods-vile this week still wondering how the jammy Pies managed to scrape a point in a game they didn't deserve to.

The hosts are reeling from a string of poor results and performances and adding to their woes is the absence of Schnozz Briscoe who has a knee problem.

Their Willie is still limp and without general Dobson to direct the shoal around the park they are struggling to have an impact in games.

The Rhinos will get their charge back on track after building their confidence and showing that "form is temporary but class is permanent" last time out and this time no last 15 jitters.

Rhinos by 14.

rhinoms tipsRhinos by 14 tipsRhinos by 8
AverageRhinos by 11


The table topping barn dancers welcome the up and down Reds this week and they'll be looking to continue their winning form.

The visitors were awful in their last outing at home after showing much more potential recently so they will arrive in determined mood.

An easy afternoons work and the fiddles will be firing and the high 6's in abundance because this is a game too far in which the Reds will do well to make a game of it.

Cas by 16.

rhinoms tipsTigers by 16 tipsTigers by 22
AverageTigers by 19


Two teams desperate for a win meet this week at Belle Vue.

For the Puddy cats they got a belting at the Giants last week whilst the London visitors lost to the SL pub team at the Pothole.

This is a test for young Powells team now they've had a few defeats and this is a tough ask as JK is the master of getting the underdog up for games. Still without a home win will be enough to inspire the cats to a big two points.

Wakey by 6.

rhinoms tipsWildcats by 6 tipsQuins by 6

If you are traveling to a game have a safe journey and enjoy the action.

Thanks for reading.



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