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Reece Lyne Sun Oct 25, 2020 3:12 pm  

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Having an absolute blinder, well done lad!!
Re: Reece Lyne Sun Oct 25, 2020 3:54 pm  

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Having an absolute blinder, well done lad!!


He’s had a few stinkers recently, mark of the man to come back and put in that performance. As you say, well done that man.
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Re: Reece Lyne Sun Oct 25, 2020 3:56 pm  

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He’s had a few stinkers recently, mark of the man to come back and put in that performance. As you say, well done that man.


Not sure that I agree about the "stinkers" but, for me, he and Jowitt were our best 2 players today and there were plenty to choose from.
Re: Reece Lyne Sun Oct 25, 2020 4:02 pm  

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Not sure that I agree about the "stinkers" but, for me, he and Jowitt were our best 2 players today and there were plenty to choose from.


Really! I reckon if you asked him he’d agree he did. No lack of effort from the lad I’ll give you that but some major rugby malfunctions especially towards the end of the last two games.

Today he played with verve, showing all the composure that a player of his experience should bring to a game.

I have a theory that when Lyne is playing well the whole team follows suit. He’s a bit of a talisman in that respect.
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Re: Reece Lyne Sun Oct 25, 2020 4:03 pm  

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Re: Reece Lyne Sun Oct 25, 2020 4:13 pm  

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Have to agree that Lyne hasn’t been great all season, and those were his first superleague tries of the season today. Being an ex-FC man he likes to lift his game against the old enemy though and hopefully he’ll kick on now.
Re: Reece Lyne Sun Oct 25, 2020 4:28 pm  

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vastman wrote:
Really! I reckon if you asked him he’d agree he did. No lack of effort from the lad I’ll give you that but some major rugby malfunctions especially towards the end of the last two games.

Today he played with verve, showing all the composure that a player of his experience should bring to a game.

I have a theory that when Lyne is playing well the whole team follows suit. He’s a bit of a talisman in that respect.


I don't agree with the stinkers. He has made some mistakes but dropping the ball when you are trying to get an under performing team to go forward is understandable.

What I do think though is that he's responded to the leadership/captain role.
I'd never really seen that before but he shows up well when leading the team.
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Re: Reece Lyne Sun Oct 25, 2020 4:52 pm  

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What you don’t get on TV is hearing him talking to BJB and attacking players around him, very vocal today and had a great game, just frightens me to death when he comes towards the touch.
Re: Reece Lyne Sun Oct 25, 2020 5:10 pm  

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I don't agree with the stinkers. He has made some mistakes but dropping the ball when you are trying to get an under performing team to go forward is understandable.

What I do think though is that he's responded to the leadership/captain role.
I'd never really seen that before but he shows up well when leading the team.


Frame it any way you like PT as you always do, they were still stinkers regardless of intent. I don’t see how you can bag TJ for one missed tackle under similar pressure then let Lyne off. Contrary attitude even for you.

Even you must concede that in the second Saints game the whole team stank, as Lyne was in that team he too must of had a stinker. It’s pure logic if nothing else. :IDEA: :IDEA:

That said it’s all in the past now it’s only the future that matters
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