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Stopping Inglis

Discussion in 'Rugby League Forum' started by blitzkrieg, Sep 8, 2009.

  1. blitzkrieg

    blitzkrieg Active Member

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    Just wondering what the thoughts were on stopping Inglis this Friday night.
    Obviously we don't have any big men,as such, out wide and Matai has been hot and cold of late. I also have flashbacks of Inglis just swatting Wolfman away with ease during the Origin series( funny then as I'm a Qlder but scary now!) Maybe we could follow the latest trend and run G.Stewy or Watto out wide just to smash Inglis at every chance. Inglis is a big game player and a key for the Storm but can go missing if shortened up early which I believe we need to do to him (legal or otherwise ;))
     
  2. missing_something

    missing_something Active Member

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    He goes missing when he gets belted,

    If Lyon doesn't play I'd like to see one of out second rowers defending wide between Williams and Farrar, I don't like that pairing against inglis defensively on the other hand it's those speedy guys with a quick change of direction he struggles with defensively.
     
  3. Brookvale

    Brookvale Well-Known Member

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    knock him out. worked for Brent Tarratt in origin
     
  4. Dan

    Dan Administrator Staff Member Administrator 2016 Tipping Competitor

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    big bloke
    big reach
    big fend and strong runner

    Get down low and hold on for dear life.
     
  5. missing_something

    missing_something Active Member

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    I know forans a good defender for his size but I dont want to see Foran, Farrar, Williams defending next to each other against him.
     
  6. Kiwi Eagle

    Kiwi Eagle Moderator Staff Member 2016 Tipping Competitor

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    Just get Glenn Hall to run over the top of him again like in the GF, and in the process strategically place a boot on his face
     
  7. blitzkrieg

    blitzkrieg Active Member

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    or perhaps a "Cougar" ;)
     
  8. missing_something

    missing_something Active Member

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    Pay a womans magazine to run a story on domestic violence and offer his girlfriend cash to "tell the exclusive true story"
     
  9. niccipops

    niccipops un echidna spillo mia bevanda Premium Member 2016 Tipping Competitor

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    or perhaps a "Cougar" ;)
    [/quote] No way, apparently he punches. I reckon aim big George at him.
     
  10. blitzkrieg

    blitzkrieg Active Member

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    or perhaps a "Cougar" ;)
    [/quote] No way, apparently he punches. I reckon aim big George at him.
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    or perhaps Brett could "attempt" self harm and GI will punch him in the face, to help Brett of course, and then be sent off!!!!!!!!!!
     
  11. Pittwater Legend

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    Inglis is a menace when he has space. The fend he has just compliments his running ability when he's on the burst so we'll have to cut him off as much as we can.

    Matai has got the better of Inglis a couple of times so I would go with him. He's got the big game experience and might just rattle Inglis up a little.
     
  12. brookiegreg

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    Kiwi's probably nailed it with Glenn Hall or Big Georgie rattling Inglis asap. Was wondering how Manly kept Inglis quiet in last years GF and seem to remember the great tacklers swarming all over him and not giving him room.

    Des will prob have Wolfie and others being drilled overtime on how to bring down GI Kimmorley-style from SOO3. Around the legs blokes...but easier said than done on someone that good and mobile.
     
  13. DSM5

    DSM5 Well-Known Member 2016 Tipping Competitor

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    In defense get up in the face of both Slater and Inglis.  In attack kick the ball away from Slater, chase with a straight line, and have big guys run at Inglis.
     
  14. Kiwi Eagle

    Kiwi Eagle Moderator Staff Member 2016 Tipping Competitor

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    Saw a clip before of Inglis' try v the Warriors

    It looked as though he found a pretty good paddock to graze in during his 2 weeks off
     
  15. Canteen Worker

    Canteen Worker Well-Known Member 2016 Tipping Competitor

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    Inglis will be opposed to Farrar and Wolfman on our right and their left. Next man in on that side is Foran and then Gifty. Other posters are right in that he needs space to make havoc and we will have to be up in his face. Melbourne don't tend to spread the ball wide in their own half and it is mainly in opponent's halves that they spread wide. Des knows the dangers but good field position, an A1 power game and in the face rather than slide defence should be the tactics.
     
  16. Cameron

    Cameron Cambo Premium Member

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    hes a dirty dirty woman bashing grub
    i say someome takes one for the term and hits him barrett style
     
  17. TokyoEagle

    TokyoEagle Well-Known Member

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    Why don't we give you the No 17 then Cliffy, that way you can do the job instead of others doing the dirty work.
     
  18. fLIP

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    start trying to inflict injury upon yourself.

    when he comes to you're aid in the form of a few black eyes he'll quickly be sent from the field.
     
  19. Zep

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    I remember Lyon trying to start something with him early, and then he kept quiet the rest of the game.
     

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