Hull take on table topping unbeaten Caldy this weekend in as difficult a fixture as they have faced all season.
Hull gave Caldy plenty to consider when they played them at home before Chritmas but were beaten in the last twenty minutes. Since then Caldy have put big scores past Chester, Loughborough Students and Luctonians among others!!!
Hull recovered their form last week and beat Chester with their six front forwards earning much credit for their performance in the tight.
Hull will have Mike Goodwin in the squad again and he is raring to get on at sometime as scrum half. Hull have no injury worries and they will go into this game with a full squad.
Caldy are formidable but then so were Fylde when Hull won away to knock the Lancastrians off the top of the league but it will take a stella performance to do the same to Caldy.
Hull have a good pack, defensive organisation and some good attacking options. However there can be no mistakes made that will concede advantage so Hull will need to have a minimal penalty count and get their tactics just right to frustrate their opponents.
If Hull can do that then Caldy may find life a lot harder than the bexpected and if the scores are close with fifteen minutes left Hull’s well known second half game may yet see them come away with something more than a bonus point.