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Re: 2018 | Academy U19s Sat Mar 31, 2018 8:57 am  

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Owen Trout looks fairly mobile for such a big guy, really excited to see him develop along with the others named on here.
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Re: 2018 | Academy U19s Sat Mar 31, 2018 9:42 am  

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What's happened to Tom Hall? I thought he looked a great prospect at u16 level.
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Re: 2018 | Academy U19s Sat Mar 31, 2018 10:56 am  

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Who was man of the match?
Re: 2018 | Academy U19s Sat Mar 31, 2018 11:20 am  

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ricardo07 wrote:
Who was man of the match?

Didn't see who was officially announced but imo either Trout Darly or Reece-Chapman.
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Re: 2018 | Academy U19s Sat Mar 31, 2018 11:59 am  
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Didn't see who was officially announced but imo either Trout Darly or Reece-Chapman.

Whats reece-chapmans natural position? He's played everywhere from wing to halfback over his academy career.
Re: 2018 | Academy U19s Sat Mar 31, 2018 12:44 pm  

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Reece Chapman-Smith can and has played in every position 1-7 while learning the game at Silcoates school, Sandal RUFC, and Oulton ARLFC.

Since joining the Rhinos he has suffered serious shoulder injuries which have prevented him progressing to the first team.

He has a real rugby brain on him which he shows with his passing and kicking game. Combined with his pace and strength he has got to be played in the middle at half back or centre.

Now that he is back from injury it would not be a surprise to me to seeing him play at 6 in the super 8's this season.
Re: 2018 | Academy U19s Sat Mar 31, 2018 12:53 pm  
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ricardo07 wrote:
Reece Chapman-Smith can and has played in every position 1-7 while learning the game at Silcoates school, Sandal RUFC, and Oulton ARLFC.

Since joining the Rhinos he has suffered serious shoulder injuries which have prevented him progressing to the first team.

He has a real rugby brain on him which he shows with his passing and kicking game. Combined with his pace and strength he has got to be played in the middle at half back or centre.

Now that he is back from injury it would not be a surprise to me to seeing him play at 6 in the super 8's this season.

Sounds good, you must rate him very highly?
Re: 2018 | Academy U19s Sat Mar 31, 2018 2:17 pm  

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Watched him since he took up rugby as an 11 year old.

He is very talented with enormous potential if his shoulder injuries are behind him.
Re: 2018 | Academy U19s Sat Mar 31, 2018 2:21 pm  

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ricardo07 wrote:
Watched him since he took up rugby as an 11 year old.

He is very talented with enormous potential if his shoulder injuries are behind him.

I don't want to jinx the kid but his shoulders showed up well on thursday night mate defensively & with strong hand offs carrying the ball.
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Re: 2018 | Academy U19s Sat Mar 31, 2018 2:51 pm  

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mattsrhinos1978 wrote:
Sounds good, you must rate him very highly?


I rate him highly, and always have done. Always voiced that on here since he was under 15’s. But also pointed out the shame about his injuries, but for that he would have had first team potential a fair while ago. He was a better fullback than Jack at youth.

And speaking of injuries, people are yet to see the best of Alex Sutcliffe who is equally excellent. If those injuries stop he should be straight to first team.
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