Jersey Flegg

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  1. Blunty

    By:BluntyMar 12, 2006
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    Well at least we had one win for the weekend.

    Does anyone want to give a bit of a run down on this game. I'm sure there are a few of us, including myself who missed it and are interested in how things went.

    Just a stab in the dark but I'm tipping Groom played a blinder, surely can't be much longer than a year before he's looking at NRL selection.
     
  2. Fluffy

    By:FluffyMar 12, 2006
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    we were the better team for 60 minutes.

    Groom and Keys are forming a nice partnership. Both were good. Chris trmbath looked good too, saw him and groomy back at the club after, groom looks a fair bit bigger than last year. Trembath is in the same mould as Kite.
     
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    By:PepiMar 12, 2006
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    Was number 3 Harry Berryman? i was very impressed with this kid, looked very sharp.
     
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    By:FluffyMar 12, 2006
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    not sure

    i remember offa went ok in the second row
     
  5. JEF

    By:JEFMar 12, 2006
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    Number 18 off the bench, a young nuugety type player had a great game. Always looked dangerous with the ball. His name is Trent Rose. Played second row. Definatley one to watch.

    Yes Groom was excellent as always. He really is a 'natural' and is destined for big things.

    Number three was Harry Berryman. Good player.

    The fullback, Rodney Peake also looked good.
     
  6. Darren

    By:DarrenMar 12, 2006
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    plenty of talent in the flegg team, front row trembath has loads of potential, prob 2 years away from NRL, same with groomy, they are still kids, not yet

    cuthbo and ballin ready now, meaney next year
     
  7. Nutzcraw

    By:NutzcrawMar 12, 2006
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    I'm from QLD and so i don't get to see the flegg or PL teams play... but i am always hearing good things about this Groom!!

    How old is this kid?
    How good is he?
    Alot of young players (karmicheal hunt, Greg Inglis, Leon Bott) are getting a run now.. is Groom still too young is he?

    N.B - Once i leave this page i'll check if there is a player profile or something on him
     
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    By:willstylesMar 12, 2006
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    Funnily enough I was talking to someone at the pub on friday about this bloke - he's George's brother so he's a bathurst boy. The bloke at the pub is mates with Trent and says that he has the dedication to go the distance at Manly. Probably a bit biased of course, but good to see that other people are taking notice as well.
     
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