1. This site uses cookies. By continuing to use this site, you are agreeing to our use of cookies. Learn More.

Against the Grain - WCC

Discussion in 'Rugby League Forum' started by The Eagle, Feb 18, 2012.

  1. The Eagle

    The Eagle Well-Known Member

    +480 /0
    So with the result of this game and a hell of alot of disappointment around these parts i thought i could shed light on what should be sparkling to every and all manly supporters

    1 No injuries

    2 A hell of a hitout before the season starts proper

    3 A very solid performance that will only gain polish
    as the year progresses

    4 Alot of mistakes made but defence seems very solid,sure it blew out at the end but the game was over,those mistakes will obviously vanish with extra minutes on the field

    5 The little bloke in the coaches box,in my opinion surpasses every single player to don the maroon and white throughout our splendid history

    While we are at it on Tooves,everyone gets what they want

    With Des we ALWAYS wanted more exposure,most of us wanting to grab the radar during Des's time at the club lube it up and stick it right up his ass,These days we still wish to do the same....minus ofcourse the sphincter saving lube

    This little bloke in the coaches box now in my opinion personifies the history and future of our club,we may never be the biggest but we are tough as nails and lets face it,noone has ever been quiet as tough as Tooves and no club can say they are as resilient as we are
  2. quinny

    quinny Member

    +20 /0
    Obviously you dont read other posts-all been said :)
  3. comic097

    comic097 Member

    +7 /0
    Couldn't of said it better myself, to fly half way around the world with most of our boys only playing 25 minutes, against an opposition into there 2nd game of the season and 3 trial games under there belt and to play them on there field and minus what ever conditions I thought our boys handled them selves quite well, it will only be to our benefit come Rd 1 ........... GO MANLY

Share This Page