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Squad for Leigh Game??? Fri Feb 13, 2009 3:14 am  

Captain Jack wrote:
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Can anybody produce a squad list for this weeks game against Leigh?
Sun Feb 15, 2009 10:35 pm  

Captain Jack wrote:
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Thanks for the update on the squad details however I found it after the game was played:

London: Corey Simms; Olu Wendfu, Oliver Fountain, Oliver Bloom, Austin Aggrey; Chad Isles, Paul Thorman; Dave Ellison, Gareth Honor, Paul Hyder, Matt Thomas, Tony Williams, Ben Joyce. Subs: Leigh Tyler-Nissen, Frank Reid, Danny Burke, Keir Bell.

Score Leigh 74- Skolars- 6

It looks like we were missing a couple of players like Jermaine, Bobby Wallis, Al Barker etc.
However it looks like it could be a long season if that is the squad that will be playing week in, week out.
Not too sure what happened as I didnt make the trip. To me the outside backs dont look the best and the squad in gernal looks in need of some quality and depth. Here's hoping that the next game is better.
I do understand though that in a sense the club is starting from the beginning again without imports (although some of them didnt do much better either) and this can only be better for the club in the long run by bringing through more home grown talent.
If anybody went to the game, be great to a have a quick game report.
squad for leigh game Mon Feb 16, 2009 11:53 am  

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what a stadium.....great job on hospitality, building etc....not a bad journey up to leigh either. coming home....2hr traffic jam btwn junction 18-16!!!!! urghhhhhhhhh

yes our team was smaller than the opposition, but they did not lack dertermination and did not let their heads drop. austen's try was a good try, ollie bloom touched the ball down, but it was disallowed, even a couple of leigh supporters thought that it was a wrong discision. ollie fountain was taken down just short of the line in the final seconds of the game. it was a good starting point for the team, callum can now take stock of the players he has, look at strengths and weaknesses and work with the players.

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Mon Feb 16, 2009 1:01 pm  

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I was glad to see that some of you made the trip up here on sunday, and hope that you enjoyed the game, shame about the score from your perspective though. I was impressed with a couple of your players, particularly Austin Aggery, good strong runner, intelligent. I wish you all the best for coming season.
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