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Back to full strength.

Discussion in 'Rugby League Forum' started by ads, May 21, 2006.

  1. ads

    ads Well-Known Member

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    I think when we are back to full strength that Glen Stewart must replace either Dunley or Williamson on the bench!
     
  2. ManlyBacker

    ManlyBacker Winging it Staff Member

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    Glen surprised last night with a solid effort against a weakened Storm. Dunley shone and to suggest he should be dropped for Glen is just nuts. Willo was solid and his defense is strong but he hasn't offered much else for some time and everyone on here has been questioning his bench role.
     
  3. PEPSI

    PEPSI Active Member

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    cant drop dunley, playws with passion and tremendous go forward from dummy half, a great foild and contrast for Monaghs who is also going well.

    The scrum base "4some" of Monghs/Dunley with Orford and Burns isnt broken so lets not fix it!
     
  4. Volley

    Volley Well-Known Member

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    I disagree with most of that, especially the "if it ain't broke, don't fix it call". I hate that phrase.

    Dunley is the weakest link in the 17, it's time to go.
     
  5. Ryan

    Ryan Well-Known Member

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    Willow adds no impact. At full strength I'd like to see the bench as follows:-

    14. Shayne Dunley
    15. Mark Bryant
    16. Kylie Leuluai
    17. George Rose / Glenn Stewart / Adam Cuthbertson / Luke Williamson / Mailangi Styles / Phil Moorwood

    Number 17 picked in that order...

    Man - o - man: I really feel for Cuthbertson. I honestly don't think he is naturally a prop, and I'm SURE they asked him to bulk on the weight for this through the off season, because he was a heck of a lot thinner, and quicker last season, and also excelled running very wide as a transition to the centres.
     

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