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Bell eyes three.

LEEDS coach Dean Bell is defiant although his men have lost all three Super League matches.

"We are blowing our victory chances with our own mistakes," he said. "We played well for half-an-hour against St Helens, then shot ourselves in the foot."

Bell expects to make three signings shortly, including Kiwi centre Nathan Picchi from the Hawkes Bay Unicorns club.

Another target could be Kiwi loose-forward Logan Edwards, clubless after joining ill-fated Super League outfit the Hunter Valley Mariners.

Keighley are set to to cite Hull winger Leigh Deakin for a challenge which broke Andre Stoop's jaw on Monday. They may go for Hull winger Paul Sterling, on loan at Hunslet.
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Publication:The Mirror (London, England)
Date:Apr 10, 1996
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