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Re: Non Wire TV games Sat Feb 22, 2020 11:15 pm  

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Saints were superb tonight......you'd have sold your ass to philip schofield for the chance to play in a world club championship game, come back when or rather if you ever get the chance to play in one


No pal...they had a dig...that is it. Roosters never got out of 2nd gear to make it look good.
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Re: Non Wire TV games Sat Feb 22, 2020 11:26 pm  

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rubber duckie wrote:
No pal...they had a dig...that is it. Roosters never got out of 2nd gear to make it look good.


In that case why did it take them to the 74th minite to put the game to bed, surely they could have stepped it up a gear a bit sooner, come back when your club of perennial losers finally plays in one

Anyone whos ever played the game at any level knows if you dont go 100% and only play in "second gear" you are going to get hurt , so your ignorance is shining tbrough once again

And that from a banjo playing clown who follows a joke of a club who struggled yo beat the leagues whipping boys last night.......or did you not get out of second gear ?.
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Re: Non Wire TV games Sat Feb 22, 2020 11:34 pm  

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Roby had been a great player in his day and a great servant if Saints and one player I always want the best for...but tonight the gulf if him and Friend is at different ends of the scale.
This could be a Benny Westwood scenario...1 season too many.


No chance. He hasn't played since October and hasn't had a pre-season, of course he's going to be rusty. Still got through plenty of work.

Saints did okay tonight. We matched them in the forwards but just didn't have the quality in the backs to take the chances. After all the crying from SL fans last season that our front rowers wouldn't be able to handle the NRL, I think they both did fine tonight.
Re: Non Wire TV games Sat Feb 22, 2020 11:43 pm  

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In that case why did it take them to the 74th minite to put the game to bed, surely they could have stepped it up a gear a bit sooner, come back when your club of perennial losers finally plays in one

Anyone whos ever played the game at any level knows if you dont go 100% and only play in "second gear" you are going to get hurt , so your ignorance is shining tbrough once again

And that from a banjo playing clown who follows a joke of a club who struggled yo beat the leagues whipping boys last night.......or did you not get out of second gear ?.

I refer you to my post above.
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Re: Non Wire TV games Sun Feb 23, 2020 12:06 am  

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I refer you to my post above.


And i refer you to the last 65 years
Re: Non Wire TV games Sun Feb 23, 2020 12:33 am  

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Redvee69 wrote:
Saints were superb tonight......you'd have sold your ass to philip schofield for the chance to play in a world club championship game, come back when or rather if you ever get the chance to play in one


Come back? We are on are own forum pal. Maybe you come back when we have - and not before :-)
Re: Non Wire TV games Sun Feb 23, 2020 11:22 am  

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No chance. He hasn't played since October and hasn't had a pre-season, of course he's going to be rusty. Still got through plenty of work.

Saints did okay tonight. We matched them in the forwards but just didn't have the quality in the backs to take the chances. After all the crying from SL fans last season that our front rowers wouldn't be able to handle the NRL, I think they both did fine tonight.


Even though the won, Sydney were clearly below par last night. Any decent team should be able to nill this Saints side.
Re: Non Wire TV games Sun Feb 23, 2020 12:01 pm  

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Sintellins were not ‘superb’.

The pack did perform well but the back line did not. Welsby in particular had a nightmare and the three quarters blew chance after chance.

However there isn’t a ‘gulf’ in ability between the two leagues looking at that game.

PS our ‘perennial losers’ did okay last August.
Re: Non Wire TV games Mon Feb 24, 2020 8:54 am  

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Typical performance of a SL club, plucky and nothing else. Walmsley and Thompson were shining lights, the rest of the forwards were pretty quiet. The fullback was poor.

This game should be played with a couple of weeks break after the seasons finish not as a curtain raiser for the new season.
Re: Non Wire TV games Mon Feb 24, 2020 8:07 pm  

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Typical performance of a SL club, plucky and nothing else. Walmsley and Thompson were shining lights, the rest of the forwards were pretty quiet. The fullback was poor.

This game should be played with a couple of weeks break after the seasons finish not as a curtain raiser for the new season.


In an ideal world yes, but we don't live in an ideal world. If the SL champions played the NRL champions in Australia when both sides are in peak condition, it would be an absolute blood bath. Walmsley and Thompson (And Lees before he sprinted full speed into that guys shoulder) stood up to them brilliantly and you could tell by JWH's high shot first tackle on Walmsley that he was worried. But can you imagine that game if those two aren't playing? That is what the rest of Super League is like. There's no one in Wigan's pack or Warrington's pack standing up to that.

Super League just needs to look at how the NRL does the basics. They play the ball so cleanly, they run hard and at good angles and they win the floor and repeat. Super League players get up holding the tackler, walking round them, trying to push for an extra few yards they couldn't do before they were tackled. Then they play the ball whilst walking forward and the hooker throws a looped pass to a guy stood still. The crackdown on the play the balls the referees promised needs to actually happen. It's like watching a different sport.
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