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Johnstone try at Cas Mon Feb 24, 2020 8:53 am  

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Only just got round to watching it.

Pure class.

Barry Mc on Sky was drooling over it and why not?

We really have some wonderful athletes in our game but clowns promoting it.

Get the Hearns on board before the world cup if they aren't too busy promoting Tyson Fury who'd image has changed from a yokel to a superstar.
Re: Johnstone try at Cas Mon Feb 24, 2020 9:58 am  
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I agree, but isn't Hearn behind Joshua, not Fury?
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Re: Johnstone try at Cas Mon Feb 24, 2020 10:06 am  

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Slugger McBatt wrote:
I agree, but isn't Hearn behind Joshua, not Fury?


Yup, Fury's with Frank warren
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Re: Johnstone try at Cas Mon Feb 24, 2020 10:21 am  

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Thats how good Hearn is, he's getting the credit for another mans work, he's come along way since Eric.
Re: Johnstone try at Cas Mon Feb 24, 2020 10:53 am  

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I know who Hearns is with. Point I was making was he see the opportunity available to his man from the victory of Fury.

Having shown an interest in RL I wonder why he did not pursue it. Even if he takes a wedge the remainder available to RL could be massive.

That try by TJ would be in all the papers if it had been scored by the All Blacks or was a football equivalent.

My point being that TJ is class and needs someone to promote him and the game in general.

Why the RL can not promote tries like that simply shows its lack of marketing skills and the inability of those at the top not to recognise it.
Re: Johnstone try at Cas Mon Feb 24, 2020 11:27 am  

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I know who Hearns is with (you didn't but you do now). Point I was making was he see the opportunity available to his man from the victory of Fury.

Having shown an interest in RL I wonder why he did not pursue it. Even if he takes a wedge the remainder available to RL could be massive.

That try by TJ would be in all the papers if it had been scored by the All Blacks or was a football equivalent.

My point being that TJ is class and needs someone to promote him and the game in general.

Why the RL can not promote tries like that simply shows its lack of marketing skills and the inability of those at the top not to recognise it.[/quote]
Re: Johnstone try at Cas Mon Feb 24, 2020 10:41 pm  

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what a great try.
Re: Johnstone try at Cas Thu Feb 27, 2020 5:18 pm  

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Another world class finish from TJ. I still think the worldie he scored at Headingley was the best.
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Re: Johnstone try at Cas Thu Feb 27, 2020 7:13 pm  

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Another world class finish from TJ. I still think the worldie he scored at Headingley was the best.


Surely the one against Huddersfield a couple of seasons ago. Probably best try I've seen at Belle Vue in 64 years.
Re: Johnstone try at Cas Fri Feb 28, 2020 11:16 am  

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Yep...+1 from me, Redscat :thumb:
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