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I didnt make the game today, but watched it and was completely impressed.

First half we dominated and thought we could have gone in further ahead. Second half I thought we got a bit careless and over confident, resulting in us having a lot of defensive work to do, which I thought we did incredibly well.

For me Worrincy had his best game for us so far.
Fri Mar 20, 2009 5:52 pm  

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i have to agree/disagree for the last part.

yes probably his best game but made some basic errors like not jumping for the ball which gifted them a try and also not taking his man, going for the intercept, missed and again costing a try.
Fri Mar 20, 2009 6:12 pm  

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Worrincy will always be a score one conceed one winger, somedays he scores more than he conceeds others not. Its heart in mouth stuff either way.
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Sat Mar 21, 2009 8:32 pm  

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not jumping for the ball which gifted them a try


That was Paterson.

RW was out of position on one try when the ball was passed out to the wing, agreed, but he was targetted all day with the kicks, and for someone not blessed with Gibson-esque confidence under the high ball I thought he did very well.
Sat Mar 21, 2009 8:35 pm  

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482 wrote:
That was Paterson.

RW was out of position on one try when the ball was passed out to the wing, agreed, but he was targetted all day with the kicks, and for someone not blessed with Gibson-esque confidence under the high ball I thought he did very well.


If Worrincys confidence under the high ball could be increased through training, he'd be extremely dangerous, The times he took the ball clean he made some yards before anyone got near to him,
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Sat Mar 21, 2009 9:35 pm  

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not jumping for the ball which gifted them a try


That was Paterson.


worrincy also did this as the opposition got the ball and he tried to tackle him but the guy just turned and managed to get over.

he needs to jump for the ball on the high kicks........could get us a penalty from it if tackled in the air, could get a few metres and (this being the worse) could drop it causing us to concede a try....but if the latter i wouldn't mind at least he's made the effort.
Sun Mar 22, 2009 12:44 pm  

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Grady also pushed Worrincy in the air whilst feigning an attempt to go for the ball. Rob knocked the ball into our in-goal and it was then knocked dead by someone.
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Sun Mar 22, 2009 1:47 pm  

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482 wrote:
That was Paterson.

RW was out of position on one try when the ball was passed out to the wing, agreed, but he was targetted all day with the kicks, and for someone not blessed with Gibson-esque confidence under the high ball I thought he did very well.


I've seen Gibbo out of position a lot more times during his playing career. Even passing the ball to the opposition over our try line. :shock: Let's leave the guy alone and talk about the positives. Seems to me even if we win some GRIPERS have to find someone to blame.
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482 wrote:
That was Paterson.


Just wish patterson would play with more confidence ..... at the match, I was gobsmacked he chose to cut inside at the end of the first half when he literally had no one in front of him - it was a certain try. Watching the match on the telly afterwards it looked even worse ......
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