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Posted by TheRealist on Mon Jul 17, 2017 2:47 pm
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The last game of the regular season is fast approaching. What team would you play. I would trial this.

1. Moss
2. Oakes
3. Carney
4. Heffernan (Minns or Salter if Heff is still injured)
5. Shaw
6. Quinlan
7. Atkin
8. Scrutes
9. Lunt
10. Kavanagh
11.Blair
12. Jewitt
13. Addy

14. Johnson
15. Clarkson
16. Mulhern
17. ZDC

A few out of position I know but the HB pairing isn't working I put Moss at FB because I think he is better there than on the wing. I think Carney as Oakes centre would create a destructive left edge and shaw retains his place but needs to muscle up in defence and him and Heff could be a lethal combination on the right. Could possibly replace Mulhern on the bench with Wardill who has performed well when called upon this year and is just a little bit ahead of Cator. The rest can recuperate for the Middles but if the above system worked who knows, and then we can add Mose Masoe to the pack :lol: Trying Quinlan in the halves because he has a good skill set and atkin impressed whilst playing against us at Swinton so that is a no brainer for me.
Posted by Gallanteer on Mon Jul 17, 2017 3:56 pm
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Drop Oakes, put Carney on the wing and Minns inside Carney if Minns is back. Quinlan at HB is a risk.

Next week is a must win. We cannot stumble into the m8s, so a full strength side is actually required, even if it means Toulouse replaces Fax.

Leigh have strengthened, Warrington will be too strong, Catalans will be a struggle but an outside chance if we get them at home. Widnes looks like everyone is jumping ship. Sharp has just left Feath which is really strange timing. Do you get the feeling they don't want to get promoted (ground notwithstanding)? Either way, it *might* help us when we play them.

Forget Sunday, we have one final chance to get back a bit of momentum against Fax, then our real short season begins.
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Posted by Beverley red on Mon Jul 17, 2017 4:22 pm
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Put out the best starting 13 & try & get some form going into the 8's, put Atkin on the bench & give him at least 40 minuets to see what he can do. Do not play anyone out of position unless injuries make us have to.
Posted by mean_machine on Mon Jul 17, 2017 4:57 pm
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I think its imperative we get some minutes into the legs of minns, greenwood, carney, heff, atkin , quinlan and any signings.

You dont want the first game back from injury after big lay offs to be against SL opposition.

Full strength for me, i don't think there is anything to fear going to Toulouse. More then beatable, and could be a decent team building exercise spending a day or two over.
Posted by rebelrobin on Mon Jul 17, 2017 6:01 pm
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I agree put out strongest team, but do not be surprised if team has mostly coha in it, yes we would need a win but at what cost if first tamers get bad injuries were stuffed for 8s. And it make sure we return to halifax full strength in the 8s instead of toulouse
Posted by StanTheMan6 on Mon Jul 17, 2017 6:24 pm
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is the following week a week off for CC semi's? Do we get a rest week anyway before the middle 8's start?
Posted by Seventies red on Mon Jul 17, 2017 6:35 pm
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StanTheMan6 wrote:
is the following week a week off for CC semi's? Do we get a rest week anyway before the middle 8's start?

I believe so.
Posted by StanTheMan6 on Mon Jul 17, 2017 6:43 pm
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Seventies red wrote:
I believe so.


Thanks. Sounds like we have to go all guns blazing with best 17 available to me.
Posted by Rural Robin on Mon Jul 17, 2017 7:14 pm
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Be surprised to see any COHA lads in, as they are in the top four of the U19's league and both clubs will want them in the play offs.
Posted by fun time frankie on Mon Jul 17, 2017 8:50 pm
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Rural Robin wrote:
Be surprised to see any COHA lads in, as they are in the top four of the U19's league and both clubs will want them in the play offs.

Since when did the academy become more important than the first team
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