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PostPosted: Wed Feb 04, 2009 1:26 pm 
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Obviously it is too early to tell and there are a lot of rumours still in the air but i am no closer to guessing what Browns team will look like.

it looks as though we will be playing fast, offensive and expansive attacking play, lots of running from Dummy half and offloading in the tackle. there will be the emphasis on varying plays and keeping the opposition guessing.

the loss of carney and Fien may have thrown Browns plans into confusion. from my observations of the pre season he either is still working out which players to use where and when or he may be looking at some options we have not considered or both.

I wonder if he is looking at having a no of playmakers on the pitch all doing different roles and interchanging positions .

Could the team line up like this

Hodgson b
Hodgson
Lawrence
Fatz
Aspy

Brown
Robbo

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Moore
Prop
Wild
Raleigh
Faiumu

With Lunt coming off the bench as sub hooker.

this would then allow him to move Brown out to centre and use either Robbo, Faiumu and Moore at first and second reciever.

I cannot wait to see what happens in the first game i am just gutted i wont be going to cats.

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winning like never before. decoys. mouse traps. chicken wings. lollie pops. shepperds. the crusher. grapples. big league. In 1935 The Dragon Slayers as they were known defeated Canterbury bulldogs 91-6, which is still the biggest win in the Club's History. In 1907, the St George district had a club in the Sydney rugby union competition. Interestingly, the team's area was referred to as the 'Illawarra suburbs'. A resolution to form a St George rugby league club was made at a local meeting held in early 1908, but the movement faltered and collapsed. St George, wearing the district colours of red and white, played in the NSWRL's Third Grade competition in 1910, and formed a President's Cup team in 1911. References were found at the time to district teams being called 'The Saints'.the perfect 11

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winning like never before. decoys. mouse traps. chicken wings. lollie pops. shepperds. the crusher. grapples. big league. In 1935 The Dragon Slayers as they were known defeated Canterbury bulldogs 91-6, which is still the biggest win in the Club's History. In 1907, the St George district had a club in the Sydney rugby union competition. Interestingly, the team's area was referred to as the 'Illawarra suburbs'. A resolution to form a St George rugby league club was made at a local meeting held in early 1908, but the movement faltered and collapsed. St George, wearing the district colours of red and white, played in the NSWRL's Third Grade competition in 1910, and formed a President's Cup team in 1911. References were found at the time to district teams being called 'The Saints'.the perfect 11

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fredie wrote:any news :wink:
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B. Hodgson, Aspinwall, Brown, Whaturia, D. Hodgson, Robinson, Crabtree, D. Griffin, Lolesi, Raleigh, Wild, Finnigan, Jackson, Mason, Kirmond, Lawrence, Moore, Cudjoe, Lunt.






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winning like never before. decoys. mouse traps. chicken wings. lollie pops. shepperds. the crusher. grapples. big league. In 1935 The Dragon Slayers as they were known defeated Canterbury bulldogs 91-6, which is still the biggest win in the Club's History. In 1907, the St George district had a club in the Sydney rugby union competition. Interestingly, the team's area was referred to as the 'Illawarra suburbs'. A resolution to form a St George rugby league club was made at a local meeting held in early 1908, but the movement faltered and collapsed. St George, wearing the district colours of red and white, played in the NSWRL's Third Grade competition in 1910, and formed a President's Cup team in 1911. References were found at the time to district teams being called 'The Saints'.the perfect 11

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fredie wrote:happy with brown so far :wink:


i suppose he doing ok :wink:






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brownie was going too play wcc in 2000 :cry:






winning like never before. decoys. mouse traps. chicken wings. lollie pops. shepperds. the crusher. grapples. big league. In 1935 The Dragon Slayers as they were known defeated Canterbury bulldogs 91-6, which is still the biggest win in the Club's History. In 1907, the St George district had a club in the Sydney rugby union competition. Interestingly, the team's area was referred to as the 'Illawarra suburbs'. A resolution to form a St George rugby league club was made at a local meeting held in early 1908, but the movement faltered and collapsed. St George, wearing the district colours of red and white, played in the NSWRL's Third Grade competition in 1910, and formed a President's Cup team in 1911. References were found at the time to district teams being called 'The Saints'.the perfect 11

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