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Re: 2018 | Academy U19s Mon Feb 25, 2019 4:11 pm  

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mattsrhinos1978 wrote:
Couldnt agree more, looks like the club agree now too which is good to see, no need to waste cap and squad places on your walters, ormndroyds and mullallys when theres talent coming through like we have. Its win win...the youngsters get a clear path way to the first team and we free up cap to bring real quality in.

Im also a big fan of delaney, think out pack at 19s this season will be fantastic, we probably wont play our strongest pack all throughout the season but if and when we do it could be frightening

8.Holroyd
9.Johnson
10.Dupree
11.Trout
12.Martin
13.Mcconnell

14.Burton (Oli)
15.Moorehouse
16.Mustapha
17.Delaney

Im expecting big things from Moorhouse and Martin this season in there 2nd years.

Where do you reckon Muizz will end up, position-wise?
Can’t decide whether he’s a direct second rower or a potential Barrie McDermott physique prop. He’s a bit short but he runs so hard. Would need to fill out a lot (and probably lose pace) for prop.
Re: 2018 | Academy U19s Mon Feb 25, 2019 4:30 pm  
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Moorhouse had his leg in a boot at Keighley.
Re: 2018 | Academy U19s Mon Feb 25, 2019 4:42 pm  
mattsrhinos1978 Cheeky half-back
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KaeruJim wrote:
Where do you reckon Muizz will end up, position-wise?
Can’t decide whether he’s a direct second rower or a potential Barrie McDermott physique prop. He’s a bit short but he runs so hard. Would need to fill out a lot (and probably lose pace) for prop.

Not sure, probably depends on the coach, as a regular starter and the way the games gone id say 13 would probably his most natural fit, it would be hard for teams to handle him steaming in off the back of 2 bigger props, he's mobile and he's a quality defender. But if a coach is after a ballplayer at 13 then i see him as an impact bench player. Be interesting to see how he develops, iv seen a couple of interviews where he mentions putting on size.
Re: 2018 | Academy U19s Mon Feb 25, 2019 4:44 pm  
mattsrhinos1978 Cheeky half-back
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Marty Grrrrrrrrrr! wrote:
Moorhouse had his leg in a boot at Keighley.

Shame, hopfuly nothing too serious, he's another huge unit with pretty good hands and an offload
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