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Re: Props/forwards formation 2023 : Sat Aug 13, 2022 12:19 pm  
morrisseyisawire wrote:
Whatever the permutations, it's a short term fix. The forward signings we've made are hardly in the first flush of youth and if we don't achieve success next year we are back into a rebuild.


Mikaele, Harrison & Philbin are all mid 20’s though. Yes we will certainly need to be in the market again in 2/3 years when Dudson, Vaughan & Kasiano depart, but it’s manageable.
Re: Props/forwards formation 2023 : Sat Aug 13, 2022 1:00 pm  
morrisseyisawire wrote:
Whatever the permutations, it's a short term fix. The forward signings we've made are hardly in the first flush of youth and if we don't achieve success next year we are back into a rebuild.


A short term fix eh!... your never doubted optimism is shining through. Let's hope you are right.
I'd love a short term fix then move forward after that.
Re: Props/forwards formation 2023 : Sat Aug 13, 2022 3:05 pm  
I wouldn’t try to get to complicated or technical regards next years Props.
Keeping it simple I’d start with the two biggest bald heads, and then bring on the two biggest bellies at half time. :D
Re: Props/forwards formation 2023 : Sat Aug 13, 2022 7:48 pm  
It's to be hoped our incoming props are not too argumentative or we could be needing a bigger naughty step.
Re: Props/forwards formation 2023 : Sun Aug 14, 2022 3:38 am  
If Wardle had indeed signed to Wigan, there’s the option of Currie to left centre to accommodate all the props in the starting 17, with Vaughan and Harrison able to play back row, but I expect we can rotate props and of course, highly likely that not all will be fit and/or free from some length of suspension at any one time.

We’re moving from a team with 3 out and out props currently in 2022, to one of a full compliment and a healthy margin too in 2023.

:BOW: Halle-feckin-lujah.
Packs win games
Props win pots
Re: Props/forwards formation 2023 : Sun Aug 14, 2022 9:05 am  
I haven't got the stats, but mcguire looked good for the dragons this morning. Really puts himself about and tackled like a man possessed on his own tryline(that alone would be nice to see!!).
Re: Props/forwards formation 2023 : Mon Aug 15, 2022 7:38 am  
Don't be surprised to find Riley Dean starting in the halves in 2023. DP has Dufty as the fullback linking as he did on Thursday. Williams, Dean and Dufty behind the much bigger pack could be very special.
Re: Props/forwards formation 2023 : Mon Aug 15, 2022 8:00 am  
Snaggletooth wrote:
Don't be surprised to find Riley Dean starting in the halves in 2023. DP has Dufty as the fullback linking as he did on Thursday. Williams, Dean and Dufty behind the much bigger pack could be very special.

No we’re signing a stand off.
Re: Props/forwards formation 2023 : Mon Aug 15, 2022 8:47 am  
Snaggletooth wrote:
Don't be surprised to find Riley Dean starting in the halves in 2023. DP has Dufty as the fullback linking as he did on Thursday. Williams, Dean and Dufty behind the much bigger pack could be very special.



I'd be very surprised, unless Riley makes massive strides in defence this off season.

Definitely need a controlling 7 though
Re: Props/forwards formation 2023 : Mon Aug 15, 2022 8:57 am  
He would probably want to stay where he is - playing excellently in a better team - but maybe we should throw some compensation that is too good to turn down at Salford for Brodie Croft.
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