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PostPosted: Mon Apr 22, 2019 2:14 pm 
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Great start for young Kershaw well done young un.

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 Post subject: Re: Leeds
PostPosted: Mon Apr 22, 2019 2:50 pm 
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Very little possession, through knock ons and cheap penalties and yet level at half time. Leeds should be 20 points up. We can't have had more than two sets in the Leeds half and that was the opening five minutes. We need to get to grips with the interpretation of the PTB, it's killing us
 
Stop the offload, tackle the legs, we have a chance. Keep going high and we'll keep allowing Leeds easy yards.






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PostPosted: Mon Apr 22, 2019 2:54 pm 
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ThePrinter wrote:Hardly a miracle we’re missing around 8/9 ourselves and had a day less turnaround. We’ve got a 19 year old making his debut starting 2nd row in Trout and another 19 year old whose only played a couple of SL games at centre

Walker, Hurrell, Cuthbertson, Ward, Ablett, Crosby, JJB, Cam Smith and new signing Seumanufagai hasn’t arrived yet. Potentially only JJB who wouldn’t get in our strongest 17 if everyone was fit.


Add Wood to that. I thought Leeds had the strongest youth team, deepest pockets and the strength in depth we can only dream of or that’s what you keep telling us. So forgive me if I don’t weep for you as you seem to want it all ways.

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PostPosted: Mon Apr 22, 2019 3:31 pm 
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Great debut for Lee Kershaw

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PostPosted: Mon Apr 22, 2019 3:53 pm 
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Indeed, Kershaw was solid, a real handful and made some great yards. Massive win especially after the energy sapping first half.






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PostPosted: Mon Apr 22, 2019 4:32 pm 
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ThePrinter wrote:Hardly a miracle we’re missing around 8/9 ourselves and had a day less turnaround. We’ve got a 19 year old making his debut starting 2nd row in Trout and another 19 year old whose only played a couple of SL games at centre

Walker, Hurrell, Cuthbertson, Ward, Ablett, Crosby, JJB, Cam Smith and new signing Seumanufagai hasn’t arrived yet. Potentially only JJB who wouldn’t get in our strongest 17 if everyone was fit.


Maybe miracle was pushing it :lol:

TBF mate we were missing our first choice left edge, first choice half backs, first choice hookers.

Anyhow, it was a great game today. Got to give a lot of credit to Brad Dwyer.






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 Post subject: Re: Leeds
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I'm happy for Kershaw and MCB to stay where they are for a while.
No need to rush anyone back.






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Fishermanscap wrote:Add Wood to that. I thought Leeds had the strongest youth team, deepest pockets and the strength in depth we can only dream of or that’s what you keep telling us. So forgive me if I don’t weep for you as you seem to want it all ways.


Didn’t say weep for us, just don’t expect it back. Actually i think most Leeds fans will tell you our depth isn’t at it best right now because we’re still into the first season of a new coach and Director of Rugby who are much further back into building the squad they want whereas your coach is over 3 years in to building his squad. As for wanting it both ways, plenty of Wakey fans were boasting of their strength in depth preseason so you can’t have it both ways too.






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To see young Kershaw sobbing with emotion when greeting his family whilst fans were chanting his name was priceless , that’s what it means for young scholarship lads to play for this great club :CLAP: outstanding from the young lad take a bow :BOW:

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PostPosted: Mon Apr 22, 2019 4:48 pm 
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ThePrinter wrote:Didn’t say weep for us, just don’t expect it back. Actually i think most Leeds fans will tell you our depth isn’t at it best right now because we’re still into the first season of a new coach and Director of Rugby who are much further back into building the squad they want whereas your coach is over 3 years in to building his squad. As for wanting it both ways, plenty of Wakey fans were boasting of their strength in depth preseason so you can’t have it both ways too.

Get your scholarship up to speed :thumb: a young lad on debut from ours as just ripped you to bits :lol: :thumb:

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