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Posted by newgroundb4wakey on Fri Jul 13, 2018 10:44 pm
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Dwyer’s performance tonight sums McDermott up to a tee. It’s interesting that the only critics of Dwyer were also unwaivering McDermott supporters


Great display by the kid, I've said before on here (and been shot down) that Parcells distribution is very poor for a super league 9. Hope Brad gets an extended run.
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A much improved performance. Line speed in defence was probably quicker than it has been all season. We hit much harder than we have been doing also.
I thought we were pretty much in control until the Dwyer disallowed try. At that point Wakefield looked knackered. They were struggling to get back and were there for the taking. I'm not sure wether it was the break in play that gave them a breather or the lift from the no try but they came back strongly after that.
Agree with others that Dwyer impressed. Even if Aiton returns he deserves some game time next week.
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Posted by christopher on Fri Jul 13, 2018 11:27 pm
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Just rewatched it, it was never a try but some thimgs go for you some things don’t
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That’s arrogant beyond Mark. We wouldn’t come close to Toronto IMO. I wouldn’t fancy Leigh either. And I certainly would not back us against Hull KR. I would rather not have that risk, and go with the seven meaningless games where we can try new things for next year, which would be far more beneficial.

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Under-powered bench and zilch in our attacking armoury. A Herculean effort gets us a draw at home v Wakey. We need some better players, simple as.
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Les Norton wrote:
Dwyer’s performance tonight sums McDermott up to a tee. It’s interesting that the only critics of Dwyer were also unwaivering McDermott supporters


I can assure you Les there has been no bigger critic of Dwyer than me and I was not an unwavering McDonut supporter.

He did ok last night to be fair to him. A few poor passes particularly one from a scrum and a few times he rushed up in defence and left a gap behind him but generally was enthusiastic, defended well and made good ground plus a nice touch finder in 2nd half. Well done to him.

Headless chicken and not Leeds standard tho unfortunately.

The signing of Aiton must be concerned about Parcell injury.
Posted by Juan Cornetto on Sat Jul 14, 2018 7:26 am
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Marty Grrrrrrrrrr! wrote:
I can assure you Les there has been no bigger critic of Dwyer than me and I was not an unwavering McDonut supporter.

He did ok last night to be fair to him. A few poor passes particularly one from a scrum and a few times he rushed up in defence and left a gap behind him but generally was enthusiastic, defended well and made good ground plus a nice touch finder in 2nd half. Well done to him.

Headless chicken and not Leeds standard tho unfortunately.

The signing of Aiton must be concerned about Parcell injury.


Easily Dwyer's best performance but lets not kid ourselves most of his previous outings have been poor where Golding as a reserve fullback off the bench had outplayed him.
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Think that was Dwyer "why are you signing a busted Paul Aiton when you have me" performance last night.
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Posted by Trebor1 on Sat Jul 14, 2018 7:43 am
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Under-powered bench and zilch in our attacking armoury. A Herculean effort gets us a draw at home v Wakey. We need some better players, simple as.


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Posted by catalanglais on Sat Jul 14, 2018 7:56 am
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Hello Rhinos Fans. I just want to express amazement that you seem to be signing the perpetually injured Paul Aiton.Rather than use Aiton we have been employing a second row to spell Mcilorum .I don't know how you have got into your present predicament-though I have not been impressed with your forwards- but best of luck for the rest of the season .One thing for certain as we found out last year is that you need to be in good form going into the middle eights or it will be an awful experience for the fans
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