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Re: Leeds Mon Apr 22, 2019 4:52 pm  

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Big lads mate wrote:
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:


I was sat there. Great to witness that. Deserves all the praise he got.
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Re: Leeds Mon Apr 22, 2019 4:56 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.

Sorry mate but name your best 17 including all those you have names and don't include suema wotsit cos he hasn't played for you yet
Re: Leeds Mon Apr 22, 2019 4:57 pm  

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What an afternoon.
Bright hot sunny day and BV packed out (well as packed as we are allowed), bare bones of a squad and then Woody a late casualty.
It could only mean one thing, a Rhinos victory.
Young Kershaw on debut, with MCB moving into centre and Crowther playing 9, another young kid in the halves, partnering our regular FB.
Talk about doing it tough but, boy, how they did it.
Although not emphatic, this is without doubt the performance of the season.
For dogged defence, adversity and true grit (dont know if Butch Reynolds was in that one) this was superb and young Kershaw was immense.
What a debut and what a moment for the lad to go 70/80 metres to score, brilliant.

Great effort by Crowther, thrown in late at hooker and its a credit to the lad that you hardly noticed that Wood was missing and usual raps to the engine room of the side, especially the big lads, backing up so soon after Thursday.

I am one very proud Trinity fan :BOW: :BOW: :BOW: :BOW:
Re: Leeds Mon Apr 22, 2019 4:58 pm  

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Big lads mate wrote:
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:

Was an outstanding game from Kershaw.
Wakefields roller coaster ride continues.
Re: Leeds Mon Apr 22, 2019 4:59 pm  

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PopTart wrote:
I'm happy for Kershaw and MCB to stay where they are for a while.
No need to rush anyone back.


It was a great move by Chester, putting MCB at centre and Kershaw on the wing :wink:
Re: Leeds Mon Apr 22, 2019 5:01 pm  
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Looks like you will be 3rd after our game. Can't see us coming back. You guys must be happy with that.
Re: Leeds Mon Apr 22, 2019 5:18 pm  

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wrencat1873 wrote:
What an afternoon.
Bright hot sunny day and BV packed out (well as packed as we are allowed), bare bones of a squad and then Woody a late casualty.
It could only mean one thing, a Rhinos victory.
Young Kershaw on debut, with MCB moving into centre and Crowther playing 9, another young kid in the halves, partnering our regular FB.
Talk about doing it tough but, boy, how they did it.
Although not emphatic, this is without doubt the performance of the season.
For dogged defence, adversity and true grit (dont know if Butch Reynolds was in that one) this was superb and young Kershaw was immense.
What a debut and what a moment for the lad to go 70/80 metres to score, brilliant.

Great effort by Crowther, thrown in late at hooker and its a credit to the lad that you hardly noticed that Wood was missing and usual raps to the engine room of the side, especially the big lads, backing up so soon after Thursday.

I am one very proud Trinity fan :BOW: :BOW: :BOW: :BOW:


This and if I'd seen young Kershaw with his family I'd probably been have been choked too. I've had to work all Easter and called some favours in to get away early today. Am I glad I did :D
Re: Leeds Mon Apr 22, 2019 5:32 pm  

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Yosemite Sam wrote:
This and if I'd seen young Kershaw with his family I'd probably been have been choked too. I've had to work all Easter and called some favours in to get away early today. Am I glad I did :D

The wife and daughter were Yosemite, glad I witnessed it, one of the highlights in all the years I’ve watched Trinity :thumb:
Re: Leeds Mon Apr 22, 2019 5:37 pm  

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Big lads mate wrote:
The wife and daughter were Yosemite, glad I witnessed it, one of the highlights in all the years I’ve watched Trinity :thumb:


The lad must have had a cracking day.
A faultless debut and most of us can only dream of scoring that kind of try, especially against Leeds.

Really chuffed for the lad (and his family and friends).

He made a lot of Trinity fans very happy as well :D
Re: Leeds Mon Apr 22, 2019 6:27 pm  

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ThePrinter wrote:
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.


Erm, didn't we just cope with our sitiation, and win? Just checking.
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