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Hinchliffe Retires Tue Sep 04, 2018 12:24 pm  

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Been a great servant but right call for me.

We can really strengthen now, even further and explains why we are after James Cunningham.

All the best Hinchy!
Re: Hinchliffe Retires Tue Sep 04, 2018 5:34 pm  

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yep an ultimate pro, all players can look upto someone like him

his first season many me included thought what a waste of money, but he was being played out of position and proved his worth last two seasons

but on the whole i think its good for us, hes a similar player to lawrence who tackles and works hard , ready made replacement there although lawrence seems to be going towards being a prop now

will free up a cap space and quota spot too for woolford to get someone in

expect mamo to leave too so two big earner gone there... but one big one coming in with uate
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Re: Hinchliffe Retires Tue Sep 04, 2018 6:54 pm  

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Massive void to fill there- I doubt we will fill it.
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Re: Hinchliffe Retires Wed Sep 05, 2018 7:10 pm  

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A fantastic pro that set a great example to the younger players and barely missed a game!
On a selfish note - very disappointed he's retiring, but wish him all the best for the future.
Re: Hinchliffe Retires Thu Sep 06, 2018 6:32 am  

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jools wrote:
Massive void to fill there- I doubt we will fill it.


Money tight according to Woolford. Maybe Bruno can take over as an 80 minute loose forward?

If not I presume it will get rotated with props.
Re: Hinchliffe Retires Thu Sep 06, 2018 4:45 pm  

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still expect incomings

possible kenny edwards who we are linked with

still some money to play with in the capp

hinchy
mamo
symonds
wakeman

uate will take a fair chunk mind
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Re: Hinchliffe Retires Mon Sep 10, 2018 7:49 am  

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GIANTSRL wrote:
still expect incomings

possible kenny edwards who we are linked with

still some money to play with in the capp

hinchy
mamo
symonds
wakeman

uate will take a fair chunk mind


Wakeman won’t have been on much. Symonds money on matagi, new deals for the new kids on the block won’t have taken up much- uate seems to have gone away! But yeah still some money to play with there.
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Re: Hinchliffe Retires Wed Sep 12, 2018 6:35 pm  

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jools wrote:
Massive void to fill there- I doubt we will fill it.
Sam Wood in my opinion is made for the job.
Re: Hinchliffe Retires Thu Sep 13, 2018 4:34 pm  

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bilko1941 wrote:
Sam Wood in my opinion is made for the job.


Sam wood may one day make a loose forward- he’s no like for like replacement -and we aren’t likely to get one is my point!
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Re: Hinchliffe Retires Sat Sep 15, 2018 1:41 pm  

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After announcing his retirement from the playing side and his decision to return to Australia in a coaching capacity with Melbourne Storm, Ryan has agreed to come along to Turnbridge on Thursday 27th September for a special guest speakers evening.
Come along and hear about his career, his plans for the future, his time at Huddersfield or just to show your appreciation for his time at the club
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