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How did Smith do for the Knights? Sun Oct 20, 2019 8:58 pm  

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I could not make the game.
Re: How did Smith do for the Knights? Mon Oct 21, 2019 8:59 am  

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I read a comment on twitter I think saying he went well, good kicking game and organisation. I didn’t see the game so other than that I can’t offer an opinion
Re: How did Smith do for the Knights? Mon Oct 21, 2019 9:47 am  
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I watched it on the our league app.
Smith did well, good kicking and passing game and I don't recall him missing many tackles. Sam Powell was outstanding, running kicking, tackling and was m.o.m. by a long way.
Jamaica were poor so it's hard to judge the Knights performance, I'd like to see them tested against better opposition.
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Re: How did Smith do for the Knights? Mon Oct 21, 2019 10:21 am  

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I watched it on the our league app.
Smith did well, good kicking and passing game and I don't recall him missing many tackles. Sam Powell was outstanding, running kicking, tackling and was m.o.m. by a long way.
Jamaica were poor so it's hard to judge the Knights performance, I'd like to see them tested against better opposition.


I agree. Was always going to be a comprehensive victory for the Knights so I don’t think it can be read into too much. Perhaps a game v France/Wales/Scotland/Ireland would be a better test. The Knights is supposed to be a step up in competition and quality and I don’t think it could be said that this test was. If anything it was a drop down.
Re: How did Smith do for the Knights? Mon Oct 21, 2019 11:29 am  

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A team of blindfolded players would of given them a better test.

If you are going to have a reserve/emerging England team, at least challenge them.
Re: How did Smith do for the Knights? Tue Oct 22, 2019 10:57 am  

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A team of blindfolded players would of given them a better test.

If you are going to have a reserve/emerging England team, at least challenge them.


How are the emerging nations supposed to improve though without playing the likes of the knights?
Re: How did Smith do for the Knights? Tue Oct 22, 2019 11:51 am  

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How are the emerging nations supposed to improve though without playing the likes of the knights?

Maybe going a bit younger would make it more of a game. We didn't play any under 21s in that game.
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Re: How did Smith do for the Knights? Tue Oct 22, 2019 3:31 pm  
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Grimmy wrote:
Maybe going a bit younger would make it more of a game. We didn't play any under 21s in that game.


Smith, Newman, Smithies.
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Re: How did Smith do for the Knights? Tue Oct 22, 2019 6:28 pm  

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Smith, Newman, Smithies.

Apologies, the squad on wiki is out of date
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