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Re: Retained players Mon Nov 09, 2020 1:40 pm  

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Harvey Livett released from HKR would be good here.

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Re: Retained players Tue Nov 10, 2020 10:42 am  

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Doubt we could afford him but would definitely have Dan Murray- thought he looked very impressive - and committed when on loan here before. Will probably end up at Leigh who seem to be signing everyone who becomes available at the moment!
Re: Retained players Wed Nov 11, 2020 7:54 am  
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Doubt we could afford him but would definitely have Dan Murray- thought he looked very impressive - and committed when on loan here before. Will probably end up at Leigh who seem to be signing everyone who becomes available at the moment!


Murray and Springer together would be nice. :D We have been crying out for some big mobile props since Mitch left. We have got rid of a lot of the old guard which had gone stale the last few seasons and put together the makings of a very good team with very little fan fair compared to other teams. Our starting line up looks very strong and I would love us to bring in a good full back just to give us that extra bit of quality. The only worry is that we pick injuries up and the rest of the squad feel to be only making the numbers up so if we could add a few more players as they get released by SL teams that would be great and gives us hope for the season.

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Re: Retained players Wed Nov 11, 2020 8:23 am  

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Murray and Springer together would be nice. :D We have been crying out for some big mobile props since Mitch left. We have got rid of a lot of the old guard which had gone stale the last few seasons and put together the makings of a very good team with very little fan fair compared to other teams. Our starting line up looks very strong and I would love us to bring in a good full back just to give us that extra bit of quality. The only worry is that we pick injuries up and the rest of the squad feel to be only making the numbers up so if we could add a few more players as they get released by SL teams that would be great and gives us hope for the season.

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Re: Retained players Wed Nov 11, 2020 9:16 am  

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Woody will likely cover the 1 slot and will do okay if he does but the fullback ideally needs to be a specialist who knows the position inside out and that's already filled by Scott so can't see any addition there for another year.
6 is open apart from Woody again and although still unconfirmed I presume that is going to Liam Harris?
9 is a maybe, Brandon is a certain starter and it will depend on how confident Simon is on the Davies boys for that.
Front row, Gadwin dipped in form a bit after a fantastic start at Cas for some reason but if he can get back to his best of 2 or 3 years ago he will be the real deal, Elliot Morris, Sion Jones and Will Calcott will provide some young impetus and will be busting a gut to become permanent members of the 17 and if we can add at least one other big experienced mobile prop it would be a big step in the right direction.
It's not just about the starting 13 but also strength coming off the bench and as stated cover for injuries.
See who we get in later today.
Re: Retained players Wed Nov 11, 2020 9:42 am  

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faxcar wrote:
Woody will likely cover the 1 slot and will do okay if he does but the fullback ideally needs to be a specialist who knows the position inside out and that's already filled by Scott so can't see any addition there for another year.
6 is open apart from Woody again and although still unconfirmed I presume that is going to Liam Harris?
9 is a maybe, Brandon is a certain starter and it will depend on how confident Simon is on the Davies boys for that.
Front row, Gadwin dipped in form a bit after a fantastic start at Cas for some reason but if he can get back to his best of 2 or 3 years ago he will be the real deal, Elliot Morris, Sion Jones and Will Calcott will provide some young impetus and will be busting a gut to become permanent members of the 17 and if we can add at least one other big experienced mobile prop it would be a big step in the right direction.
It's not just about the starting 13 but also strength coming off the bench and as stated cover for injuries.
See who we get in later today.


I believe that Gadwin`s dip in form coincided with him becoming a Father. Sleepless nights? The young one will have grown by now so we can hope Gadwin recovers his form.
Re: Retained players Wed Nov 11, 2020 10:25 am  

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I believe that Gadwin`s dip in form coincided with him becoming a Father. Sleepless nights? The young one will have grown by now so we can hope Gadwin recovers his form.

Yes, heard the same along with language difficulties and when you are being left out fitness and confidence drops.
Anyway all that’s in the past, onwards and upwards.
Gadwin, the board and club are clearly looking to the future.
I wonder for today, the last time “big” signing was used it was for Paul Brierley?
Re: Retained players Wed Nov 11, 2020 10:42 am  

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faxcar wrote:
Yes, heard the same along with language difficulties and when you are being left out fitness and confidence drops.
Anyway all that’s in the past, onwards and upwards.
Gadwin, the board and club are clearly looking to the future.
I wonder for today, the last time “big” signing was used it was for Paul Brierley?

Either him or Murray would do or preferrably both.
Re: Retained players Wed Nov 11, 2020 7:08 pm  

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