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21 Man squads v York Fri Feb 14, 2020 4:37 pm  

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Re: 21 Man squad v York Fri Feb 14, 2020 5:12 pm  
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I suppose JD will know who his 17 will be , my question toFans is would you change the side from last week..?

It was a very good performance I think 3 missers will be Forsyth, Mullen, and Riddy, just the question of Sammut or Woods?

I’m leaning towards Sammut, because if fit he has to be given the chance, not a great reason I know ,but unfortunatley we have to have 4 missers. :thumb:
Re: 21 Man squad v York Fri Feb 14, 2020 6:32 pm  

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I suppose JD will know who his 17 will be , my question toFans is would you change the side from last week..?

It was a very good performance I think 3 missers will be Forsyth, Mullen, and Riddy, just the question of Sammut or Woods?

I’m leaning towards Sammut, because if fit he has to be given the chance, not a great reason I know ,but unfortunatley we have to have 4 missers. :thumb:


Ian, I would stick with the 17 from the Sheff game (barring any injuries), and give some game time to the others next wick against Batley int CC.
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Re: 21 Man squads v York Fri Feb 14, 2020 8:42 pm  
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Hmm. How soon do you start to start the squad rotation with the halves and do you do it regardless of opposition early on or wait for the potentially easier games ?
To best secure the win I would tend to agree with Cokey because I believe with what Woods and Reynolds have shown, they can get the job done and are fully up to speed. That’s said, if JD brings in Sammut and/or Riddy I still think our pack will give them a platform to play with and win the game.
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Re: 21 Man squads v York Fri Feb 14, 2020 8:45 pm  

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Hmm. How soon do you start to start the squad rotation with the halves and do you do it regardless of opposition early on or wait for the potentially easier games ?
To best secure the win I would tend to agree with Cokey because I believe with what Woods and Reynolds have shown, they can get the job done and are fully up to speed. That’s said, if JD brings in Sammut and/or Riddy I still think our pack will give them a platform to play with and win the game.
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Re: 21 Man squads v York Fri Feb 14, 2020 9:32 pm  
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Ok, it’s getting uncomfortable up here.
Rest Woods this week, then play Reynolds and Riddy next.
Lack of squad rotation has bitten us several times. Let’s do it while we can.
Anyone got any tweezers !
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Re: 21 Man squads v York Fri Feb 14, 2020 9:47 pm  

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Ok, it’s getting uncomfortable up here.
Rest Woods this week, then play Reynolds and Riddy next.
Lack of squad rotation has bitten us several times. Let’s do it while we can.
Anyone got any tweezers !



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Re: 21 Man squads v York Fri Feb 14, 2020 10:15 pm  
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Same 17 as last week. If you play well you stay in the team. If you don’t play well you lose your place. No one from last week deserves to be dropped. No matter who you are, you have to fight to keep your place in this side. If the players know this is the deal, then they go on the pitch with the right attitude. Jarrod will have to bide his time and when his opportunity comes he has to make sure he doesn’t lose his place. That goes for the rest of the squad too.
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Re: 21 Man squads v York Sun Feb 16, 2020 5:43 pm  

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That was a step up even from last week, another great team effort.

Forsyth came in for AJ and scored two and did very well under high balls and with his off loads but he proved himself very capable last season.

Although Ben got MoM I though Woods played the better out of the two.

Our forwards are immense. Jordan is a man reborn after some brain fades last season.

As to the game; York are a very well drilled side and, despite the scoreline, were very good in defence, even if I personally felt the ref allowed them more time in slowing the PTB.

An arm wrestle in the first 15, Mason going off and not returning with a head check, so I'd expect to miss next week. Greg limping off but under his own steam so that is a worry. When Thornley went down it looked bad but he seemed to just walk it off.

Following last seasons close defeats to York they were a side not to be taken lightly and I felt the team played close to the full 80 minutes without switching off as you can.

Couldn't actually pick my own MoM as too many to mention.

Under 3000 though for attendance did seem odd, seemed more than against Sheffield ¯\_(ツ)_/¯

Long season and some interesting results this round too but we look very, very good.
Re: 21 Man squads v York Sun Feb 16, 2020 5:55 pm  

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That was a step up even from last week, another great team effort.

Forsyth came in for AJ and scored two and did very well under high balls and with his off loads but he proved himself very capable last season.

Although Ben got MoM I though Woods played the better out of the two.

Our forwards are immense. Jordan is a man reborn after some brain fades last season.

As to the game; York are a very well drilled side and, despite the scoreline, were very good in defence, even if I personally felt the ref allowed them more time in slowing the PTB.

An arm wrestle in the first 15, Mason going off and not returning with a head check, so I'd expect to miss next week. Greg limping off but under his own steam so that is a worry. When Thornley went down it looked bad but he seemed to just walk it off.

Following last seasons close defeats to York they were a side not to be taken lightly and I felt the team played close to the full 80 minutes without switching off as you can.

Couldn't actually pick my own MoM as too many to mention.

Under 3000 though for attendance did seem odd, seemed more than against Sheffield ¯\_(ツ)_/¯

Long season and some interesting results this round too but we look very, very good.


Pretty good summary that Deeeeekers. :thumb:
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