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Re: 2019 l Academy U19s Sat Jun 22, 2019 12:14 pm  

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Quality chip over and regather try from mclelland. Shown some good touches but would like him to do more than just move the ball on sometimes.
Re: 2019 l Academy U19s Sat Jun 22, 2019 12:17 pm  
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I agree Seth but that goes for every half at the club
Re: 2019 l Academy U19s Sat Jun 22, 2019 12:23 pm  

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Absolutely, would have him in over sutcliffe without question.
Re: 2019 l Academy U19s Sat Jun 22, 2019 12:51 pm  
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Lads won 38-30. Nice to see Lewis Delaney back and scoring
Re: 2019 l Academy U19s Sat Jun 22, 2019 1:46 pm  

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Cory Johnson named in the Fev squad.
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Maybe a spell in prison would do Graham good.

At least he'd lose his virginity.
Re: 2019 l Academy U19s Sat Jun 22, 2019 2:35 pm  
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Frosties. wrote:
Alex Sutcliffe - Featherstone Rovers - DR regular.


Alex Sutcliffe's defence at Fev has been out of this world. He was outstanding against Anthony Gelling last week (to the extent that Widnes moved Gelling to the other side of the field in the closing stages).

Attack-wise, I'd be much more doubtful about him making it as a SL centre. He runs hard and straight and gives his all, but he's a bit one-dimensional in that respect and if he is going to make it at SL level it's probably as a back row when he fills out. He might just end up as a "tweener" size-wise.

There's nothing wrong with his bottle either. He took a big hit at Sheffield two weeks ago and threw up on the pitch, but was back in the defensive line on the next play. Then against Widnes he slid head-first into the advertising hoarding when scoring a try from a kick through, but again didn't miss a play.
Re: 2019 l Academy U19s Sun Jun 23, 2019 5:26 am  
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Good result away to an in form Wakey team. 8 first years in the 17 and 8 rep players missing.

Thought Brad Martin and Sam Walters were very good in the backrow.
Re: 2019 l Academy U19s Sun Jun 23, 2019 4:57 pm  

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Owen Trout drew the short straw, didn't he?
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Maybe a spell in prison would do Graham good.

At least he'd lose his virginity.
Re: 2019 l Academy U19s Sun Jun 23, 2019 5:16 pm  
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Charlie Sheen wrote:
Owen Trout drew the short straw, didn't he?


Playing in centre too.
Re: 2019 l Academy U19s Sun Jun 23, 2019 5:35 pm  

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Alex Sutcliffe's defence at Fev has been out of this world. He was outstanding against Anthony Gelling last week (to the extent that Widnes moved Gelling to the other side of the field in the closing stages).

Attack-wise, I'd be much more doubtful about him making it as a SL centre. He runs hard and straight and gives his all, but he's a bit one-dimensional in that respect and if he is going to make it at SL level it's probably as a back row when he fills out. He might just end up as a "tweener" size-wise.

There's nothing wrong with his bottle either. He took a big hit at Sheffield two weeks ago and threw up on the pitch, but was back in the defensive line on the next play. Then against Widnes he slid head-first into the advertising hoarding when scoring a try from a kick through, but again didn't miss a play.


a ready made replacement for Ablett would do nicely
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