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Re: The Prop Problem Fri Jun 25, 2021 7:34 am  

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Wakefield

Bullock 8 carries for 68m, 13 tackles 2 missed

Havard 12 for 161m, 26 and 1 miss

Partington 11 for 64, 32 and 6! misses

Byrne 6 for 26, 16 and 2 misses

Clark 6 for 58, 12 tackles no misses

Shorrocks 13 for 97m, 36 tackles 2 miss.


Not prop related but KPP 97m 37 tackles, 4 tackle burst and 3 offloads.
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Re: The Prop Problem Fri Jun 25, 2021 7:54 am  

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Christ, was Byrne injured?
Re: The Prop Problem Fri Jun 25, 2021 8:34 am  

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Byrne highlights the exact problem we have and what Lam is doing to these young forwards. He’s ready for a breather, he started the season well but had a nightmare in the cup game and is struggling to recover. Lam should be letting Clark or Bullock pick up the slack and letting Byrne just take a couple of weeks out but he won’t.
Re: The Prop Problem Fri Jun 25, 2021 10:39 am  

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NSW wrote:
Wakefield

Bullock 8 carries for 68m, 13 tackles 2 missed

Havard 12 for 161m, 26 and 1 miss

Partington 11 for 64, 32 and 6! misses

Byrne 6 for 26, 16 and 2 misses

Clark 6 for 58, 12 tackles no misses

Shorrocks 13 for 97m, 36 tackles 2 miss.


Not prop related but KPP 97m 37 tackles, 4 tackle burst and 3 offloads.


Bullock and Clark's figures from a 20 and 10 min spell respectively, why Lam won't leave them out there and give the kids a break is mind boggling, he's destroying any confidence they've got left at the same time as burning out the young lads
Re: The Prop Problem Fri Jun 25, 2021 11:23 am  
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I really do not know why if reports are true we have signed Bullock. Reports are that we are releasing Akuala, most fans moan he doesnt do enough but its more down to the coach not leaving him on due to trust i think. It seems that Bullock is much the same for you guys either not trusted by the coach or lazy depending on who you speak to. One common denominator is they both started out as wingers!

I'd actually prefer to keep Akuala than sign Bullock. No doubt you guys may say the other way round. All opinions.
Re: The Prop Problem Fri Jun 25, 2021 12:27 pm  
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I really do not know why if reports are true we have signed Bullock. Reports are that we are releasing Akuala, most fans moan he doesnt do enough but its more down to the coach not leaving him on due to trust i think. It seems that Bullock is much the same for you guys either not trusted by the coach or lazy depending on who you speak to. One common denominator is they both started out as wingers!

I'd actually prefer to keep Akuala than sign Bullock. No doubt you guys may say the other way round. All opinions.



as much as i like sita, his cardio hasn't improved at all over the last 4 years

he was bent over blowing out of his booty after five minutes last night and that was with the stoppage for tyke.

i like his hit ups, but theyre few and far between so are his minutes, but his suspension record is a bit daft as well, picks up bans with weird innocuous stuff.
Re: The Prop Problem Fri Jun 25, 2021 3:57 pm  
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NSW wrote:
Wakefield

Bullock 8 carries for 68m, 13 tackles 2 missed

Havard 12 for 161m, 26 and 1 miss

Partington 11 for 64, 32 and 6! misses

Byrne 6 for 26, 16 and 2 misses

Clark 6 for 58, 12 tackles no misses

Shorrocks 13 for 97m, 36 tackles 2 miss.


Not prop related but KPP 97m 37 tackles, 4 tackle burst and 3 offloads.


Byrne should not be playing he is injured.
Re: The Prop Problem Fri Jun 25, 2021 4:10 pm  
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I really do not know why if reports are true we have signed Bullock. Reports are that we are releasing Akuala, most fans moan he doesnt do enough but its more down to the coach not leaving him on due to trust i think. It seems that Bullock is much the same for you guys either not trusted by the coach or lazy depending on who you speak to. One common denominator is they both started out as wingers!

I'd actually prefer to keep Akuala than sign Bullock. No doubt you guys may say the other way round. All opinions.


If you could transplant Partington's desire, fitness, commitment and tackling technique into Bullock then you would have one of the top props in the game.
Re: The Prop Problem Fri Jun 25, 2021 4:11 pm  
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Byrne highlights the exact problem we have and what Lam is doing to these young forwards. He’s ready for a breather, he started the season well but had a nightmare in the cup game and is struggling to recover. Lam should be letting Clark or Bullock pick up the slack and letting Byrne just take a couple of weeks out but he won’t.


Byrne is injured and shouldn't be playing.
Re: The Prop Problem Fri Jun 25, 2021 6:49 pm  

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Our senior props, when there's only two, should be doing 50-60 mins. Havard & Byrne, should be doing 20-30 mins. Bullock's stats aren't bad for a 15 min and 5 min spell. The younger lads are flogging it tackling everything going but haven't any gas left to make meters. Havard being last night's exception.
We just don't have any outside backs to make meters out of our own 1-30 mtr area. Bibby, Isa & Marshall aren't big enough to do that. I still go back to Gelling & Charnley who made over 100 mtrs a game and sometimes 200 or near enough!
Thornley and the London wingman maybe are being signed to rectify that problem. With French and Field out there it maybe their pace could be used to put us on the front foot.
We certainly need new props but I have a feeling that this season we're going to have to go with what we've got. Many players sign but don't want news getting out as they are already playing at a rival SL club.

One thing the club must consider is how do they stop these dreadful performances. Poor team selection, poor to non existent game plan, 53% goal kicking, lack of go forward throughout the team and squad.
Watching these young lads getting battered every week is not pleasant viewing.
Only one thing seems to be left.............
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