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PostPosted: Wed Jun 19, 2019 4:18 pm 
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I just received an email from the website. If fit he could be a great addition.
Welcome back Cory.
(Sorry dont know gow to.post links)






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I’m a bit shocked, I know he didn’t want to leave Leigh, before he joined Toronto, he did well for us and Toronto ,so it could be a good signing , but we are thin in the backs, I keep hoping Ryan B will return, fingers crossed.

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charlie caroli wrote:I’m a bit shocked, I know he didn’t want to leave Leigh, before he joined Toronto, he did well for us and Toronto ,so it could be a good signing , but we are thin in the backs, I keep hoping Ryan B will return, fingers crossed.


Where would you play Brierley- gotta be McNally at FB, doesn’t work for me Riddy going there






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I think we can forget Ryan for this season as Toronto will now recognise us as serious challengers, but the forward strength is now as impressive as any in the league.

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ColD wrote:Where would you play Brierley- gotta be McNally at FB, doesn’t work for me Riddy going there

Col, I’ve said it many times, Ryan has the X factor, I would just let him roam and do his own thing.Ive watched his try from the Bash,he makes up about 30 yards before receiving the pass.But if he has to have a position, then maybe wing.And I know he’s not a winger.

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CHEADLE LEYTHER wrote:I think we can forget Ryan for this season as Toronto will now recognise us as serious challengers, but the forward strength is now as impressive as any in the league.

CL , I can’t disagree with any of your post. :thumb:

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charlie caroli wrote:Col, I’ve said it many times, Ryan has the X factor, I would just let him roam and do his own thing.Ive watched his try from the Bash,he makes up about 30 yards before receiving the pass.But if he has to have a position, then maybe wing.And I know he’s not a winger.

Pointless on the wing Charlie because there's no way he'd be there to back up any half break round the middle,I defo agree if we got him back he could quite easily be the difference in a tight game the way he sniffs out a try so for me either riddy or woods has to miss out,which one u pick has to be on form but brierley has played about 2 to 3 seasons with riddy but Josh is playing well at the moment

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Re RB I would play him in the centres. That way he can make/back-up breaks through the middle and out wide. He would also make space for others as he would draw defensive attention which may leave more gaps in the middle for the halfbacks to put through back row fowards.
Re Patterson, he is talking about a possibility for next season if he can prove to be valuable this. If he can get back to his best he would be a solid squad member.






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Vancouver Leyther wrote:Re RB I would play him in the centres. That way he can make/back-up breaks through the middle and out wide. He would also make space for others as he would draw defensive attention which may leave more gaps in the middle for the halfbacks to put through back row fowards.
Re Patterson, he is talking about a possibility for next season if he can prove to be valuable this. If he can get back to his best he would be a solid squad member.
I'm sorry but most centres would have a field day with Ryan in centres yes he might back up but I think he would cost us more than we'd score and I don't mean that to be disrespectful to Ryan but centre is a specialised position

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kaykie6 wrote:I'm sorry but most centres would have a field day with Ryan in centres yes he might back up but I think he would cost us more than we'd score and I don't mean that to be disrespectful to Ryan but centre is a specialised position


And we've got a couple of good big lads there at the moment!

I would think Ryan would now be more for next season, if he doesn't get fixed up anywhere 'better'. Let's leave Josh, Gregg and Riddy where they are. (and pray none of them gets injured!)

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