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John Kingston’s Premiership Roadmap 2017-18
ComeAllWithin.co.uk (IP Logged)
08 August, 2017 22:55
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Edited 2 time(s). Last edit at 23/08/2017 21:09 by DOK.

 
Re: John Kingston’s Premiership Roadmap 2017-18
DOK (IP Logged)
08 August, 2017 22:57
Many thanks to Poorfour for his excellent analysis. Apologies if I messed up either of the tables, there's not much width on the front page due to the advertising!

 
Re: John Kingston’s Premiership Roadmap 2017-18
NicoWilson (IP Logged)
09 August, 2017 08:39
Great piece. I enjoy reading this every year. Thank you.

DOK - can it become a sticky please?

 
Re: John Kingston�s Premiership Roadmap 2017-18
poorfour (IP Logged)
09 August, 2017 09:04
The thing that strikes me this year is that Quins have a pretty easy run in compared to recent years, plus a lot of our tougher games are after the International windows. We can afford a fairly slow start to the season as long as we are firing on all cylinders from February onwards - watch those post Christmas injury lists!

 
Re: John Kingston’s Premiership Roadmap 2017-18
DOK (IP Logged)
09 August, 2017 08:52
OK - I made it a sticky but it's also available on the left hand side of the desktop version under "reports" - I need to reorganise this website/stickies at some point!

 
Re: John Kingston’s Premiership Roadmap 2017-18
Scaramouche (IP Logged)
09 August, 2017 10:03
Swap Smith for Jackson.

Good work!!

 
Re: John Kingston�s Premiership Roadmap 2017-18
poorfour (IP Logged)
17 September, 2017 17:08
9 points after 3 matches. Not quite the way we might have expected, but tracking for 4th. That's a fair start to the season.

 
Re: John Kingston’s Premiership Roadmap 2017-18
DOK (IP Logged)
17 September, 2017 18:11
A team that can beat Wasps away can pretty much aim for anything!


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