The pet play with Stewart chiming in from behind that Manly have used for years and has always annoyed the hell out of me showed it's technical flaws again during the WCC. Lack of straight flat hole running options infield to slow down the slide or draw in outside defenders and the easy safe option angled run of Stewart can only lead to low percentage outcomes. 1)Stewart scoring almost hitting the post if he outpaces the slide and the winger is nowhere to be seen or he dummies and the winger stays out. 2) Stewart heading towards the corner post again and offering a predictable inside ball to the winger who most times will be wrapped up. 3)Stewart heads towards a winger who is hanging back and throws a pointless no look pass when the only option is the winger---it's telegraphed the winger can take the risk of an intercept knowing the slide has a chance of pushing Stewart into touch. We need flatter genuine straighter options like the back end of last year to continue and Stewart needs to start running outside in hole lines or running his angled line then stepping back in against the defensive grain just before catching the ball to hit the hole created. If you slow mo the 27:36sec play during the WCC watch the technically flawed run Stewart has been using and why it needs to be rectified or tweaked. Yes Stewart is forced to run an angled line as he is chiming in from infield in a disguised manner so it will always be angled but he needs to straighten up at some point otherwise the play will be ineffective in it's current form.