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Cas v Hull Thursday Tue Sep 29, 2020 11:05 am  
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Squad is out, Tags back :D

The full 21-man squad can be found below:

1. Jamie Shaul

2. Bureta Faraimo

3. Carlos Tuimavave

6. Jake Connor

7. Marc Sneyd

8. Scott Taylor

10. Chris Satae

12. Manu Ma’u

13. Ligi Sao

15. Joe Cator

16. Jordan Johnstone

20. Brad Fash

21. Jordan Lane

22. Josh Bowden

23. Andre Savelio

24. Mahe Fonua

26. Kieran Buchanan

28. Lewis Bienek

30. Jack Brown

31. Cameron Scott

35. Ben McNamara
Re: Cas v Hull Thursday Tue Sep 29, 2020 11:49 am  
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Give McNamara a chance at 6, alongside Sneyd, Connor back to centre, like to see Buchanan giving another go. Won’t happen though
Re: Cas v Hull Thursday Tue Sep 29, 2020 11:51 am  

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Shaul
Buchanan
Carlos
Fonau
Fariamo
Connor
Sneyd/McNamara
Tag
Johnstone
Fash
Ma'u
Lane
Sao
Subs
Satae
Savelio
Brown
Cator
If SneYd not fit I'd give young Macca a run and I'd have Cator covering 9 and 13
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Re: Cas v Hull Thursday Tue Sep 29, 2020 11:53 am  
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MorningGlory23 wrote:
Give McNamara a chance at 6, alongside Sneyd, Connor back to centre, like to see Buchanan giving another go. Won’t happen though


With Grif missing, not a bad option, I’d drop Fonua for KB
Re: Cas v Hull Thursday Tue Sep 29, 2020 11:56 am  

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I think Sneyd missed the last game because of a Covid precaution, so should be fit.
Re: Cas v Hull Thursday Tue Sep 29, 2020 11:57 am  
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I think Sneyd missed the last game because of a Covid precaution, so should be fit.


Move Jake mate
Re: Cas v Hull Thursday Tue Sep 29, 2020 2:07 pm  

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Riderofthepalehorse wrote:
MorningGlory23 wrote:
Give McNamara a chance at 6, alongside Sneyd, Connor back to centre, like to see Buchanan giving another go. Won’t happen though


With Grif missing, not a bad option, I’d drop Fonua for KB


Agree with that I'd drop Fonua and put Buchanan in too as Fonua's consistent errors are killing us.Put Connor back at centre in place of Griff and give young McNamara a run at 6 alongside Sneyd.
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Re: Cas v Hull Thursday Tue Sep 29, 2020 5:25 pm  
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I’d give McNamara a go. We have nothing to lose, and it will create a bit if interest for us if nothing else.
I’d play Bienek as well. We’ve seen what everyone else can do so throw him in.
Re: Cas v Hull Thursday Wed Sep 30, 2020 5:22 am  

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Chris71 wrote:
Agree with that I'd drop Fonua and put Buchanan in too as Fonua's consistent errors are killing us.Put Connor back at centre in place of Griff and give young McNamara a run at 6 alongside Sneyd.



It depends what the priority of the season is now, is it to win games or player development (And looking at next season) , if it's the latter then there is no point in playing Buchanan, we might as well either play Fonua (To get his confidence back ) or Scott who is with us next season.
Re: Cas v Hull Thursday Wed Sep 30, 2020 7:24 am  

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Dave K. wrote:
It depends what the priority of the season is now, is it to win games or player development (And looking at next season) , if it's the latter then there is no point in playing Buchanan, we might as well either play Fonua (To get his confidence back ) or Scott who is with us next season.


I would think its probably both but with things as they are this season, for me it would have to be about winning games over development right now due to the current situation. The club needs fans to stick with it and the best way of doing that is by winning and with improved performances. Which is why I put Buchanan in ahead of Scott as so far he has looked the better player and seems to have more pace.

Looking to next season would be ok if we could go to games and the club were getting the income stream from gate receipts and sponsorship but sadly these numbers will not doubt drop due to less disposable income for fans and companies having less capital available for sponsorship. The other concern is that due to the length of time of not being able to attend games I have found that I myself have lost some interest in the game and other things have slotted in to life as it is now. I know Wilf himself has also alluded to feeling that way too so its also another possible impact that even taking out finances some fans maybe wont return for some time until they get the interest back or pay for games with the way the team have been performing for some time.

So its now more important than ever before that the team find some form and put a run of wins and performances together.
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