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Re: Workington (H) : Wed Aug 10, 2022 8:38 am  
Well looks like we've no choice but to put the kids in. Shame Patton put us in this position where they get thrown in at the deep end all together. It would've been better to bring them in gradually so they don't get smashed.
Re: Workington (H) : Wed Aug 10, 2022 10:00 am  
Bullseye wrote:
Well looks like we've no choice but to put the kids in. Shame Patton put us in this position where they get thrown in at the deep end all together. It would've been better to bring them in gradually so they don't get smashed.


Agreed. Hopefully a trial by fire against York. If they can nab a win against Whitehaven it will give them tons of confidence!
Re: Workington (H) : Wed Aug 10, 2022 11:04 am  
I'll go out on a limb and say that we'll go into the York match with Lawford and someone like Elliot Kear or Aaron Murphy in the halves.

I don't think Dunning likes the whole 'throw the kids in' philosophy - judging by how Flanagan disappeared into the ether after he made a couple of errors
Re: Workington (H) : Wed Aug 10, 2022 11:47 am  
paulwalker71 wrote:
I'll go out on a limb and say that we'll go into the York match with Lawford and someone like Elliot Kear or Aaron Murphy in the halves.

I don't think Dunning likes the whole 'throw the kids in' philosophy - judging by how Flanagan disappeared into the ether after he made a couple of errors

Throwing kids in isn’t great for development they need easing in too many times we trow them in and it kills development
Re: Workington (H) : Wed Aug 10, 2022 5:16 pm  
paulwalker71 wrote:
I'll go out on a limb and say that we'll go into the York match with Lawford and someone like Elliot Kear or Aaron Murphy in the halves.

I don't think Dunning likes the whole 'throw the kids in' philosophy - judging by how Flanagan disappeared into the ether after he made a couple of errors



I agree that's what Dunning will do, although I think it could make it harder for Lawford as we saw how much Patton struggled with Kear at FB.
Re: Workington (H) : Thu Aug 11, 2022 5:40 pm  
Doyle has got a 2 game ban to add to our problems.
Re: Workington (H) : Thu Aug 11, 2022 6:19 pm  
bulls2487 wrote:
Doyle has got a 2 game ban to add to our problems.



Well, at least we have Flanagan, and I suppose he could spell with Hallas at a push.
Re: Workington (H) : Thu Aug 11, 2022 6:54 pm  
A great second half performance to finally give us something to cheer. Yes only against bottom of the league but you can only beat what’s in front of you as they say. As RB said scoring that number of points against anyone, especially with the state we are in, deserves some credit.

Also, the club have included sold season tickets for years. Yes I’m sure lots didn’t turn up, cant blame them really, but sneaky pictures (before kick off!) don’t tell the full story.

Either way, I enjoyed watching some rugby in the sun at Odsal (very rare occasion). That could well be the last win of the season we see
Re: Workington (H) : Fri Aug 12, 2022 8:01 am  
Oh yes you wankers are on tv this week so I get to watch you loose again :lol:
Re: Workington (H) : Fri Aug 12, 2022 8:04 am  
Craig_David wrote:
Oh yes you wankers


Only cos yer mam's on holiday and your sister 39 weeks prego.
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