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Re: Dwyer...

Posted: Sat 22 May, 2010 11:36 am
by izotope
hybrid_tiger wrote:
citizen cub wrote: Dwyer is good go foward prop.
Dwyer is not a prop, he's a second rower.
he's more of a prop then half the backrowers sheens brings in to do a prop's work.

Re: Dwyer...

Posted: Sat 22 May, 2010 11:38 am
by 851
softlaw wrote:What we don;t need is Fulton and Flanagan in the same 17 as they are both small backrowers. Same as when we had Fulton & Halatau.
Personally I think Flanagan is the one who should miss out.
We can have both,if we lose the back on the bench,which i hope we do from next week,the Warriors have big forwards.
On Dwyer,he has looked the goods from the time he came into grade,he runs great lines and can off load,he now has the body to do this at NRL level,and best of all he is a Wests junior who I hope stays for ever.

Re: Simon Dwyer....

Posted: Sat 22 May, 2010 11:53 am
by galahs
Very good game by Simon. The Magpie jersey probably helped lift his game too in very tough conditions

Re: Simon Dwyer....

Posted: Sat 22 May, 2010 1:33 pm
by Geo.
simonthetiger wrote:Gawd ......the boring Sheens quips just never end do they.

Its in every thread......zzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz.

Re Dwyer,did anyone notice the arms on the bloke,holy moly he has some guns!!
look just wait until Bash Brother Jason 'Angry Man Schirnack gets him self fit......

Pffft...who needs to buy hacks from other clubs when we produce juniors like we do...

Scary thing is this mob are already better than the '02 brigade.....cept maybe Bunji....

He weighed in for Wests at 106.5Kg....He is massive now....still growing... :shock:

Re: Dwyer...

Posted: Sat 22 May, 2010 2:02 pm
by tigerdre
softlaw wrote:What we don;t need is Fulton and Flanagan in the same 17 as they are both small backrowers. Same as when we had Fulton & Halatau.
Personally I think Flanagan is the one who should miss out.
Thats also how i see it.Flanagan is not up to forwards standard for me.Is a great squad player but at full strength i can't see how he could fit in this side.
Dwyer on the other hand has 1st grade all over him.He has the worlds biggest arms & the scary thing is i can see him getting even bigger in 2 or 3 years time

Re: Simon Dwyer....

Posted: Sat 22 May, 2010 2:21 pm
by barra
I agree he has looked the goods from the time he ran out against the Cowboys last year. Last night he again brought some great impact to the side this time with his running game. Obviously he is potential starting side material, but for now I like the impact he brings off the bench which has been lacking. Definitely a 'must have' in the side, but from the bench just for now.

Re: Simon Dwyer....

Posted: Sat 22 May, 2010 2:26 pm
by Chris
Both he and Fifita are the future of our forwards. Our next generation forward pack must be built around these two guys.

Re: Simon Dwyer....

Posted: Sat 22 May, 2010 2:36 pm
by Alf Duguid
He was used well of the bench for maximum impact, which certainly gave us a bit of momentum towards the end of the first half. Even the commentators were wrapping him

The thing that impressed me was that he went looking for the ball

Re: Dwyer...

Posted: Sat 22 May, 2010 3:58 pm
by clontarfkid
tigerdre wrote:
softlaw wrote:What we don;t need is Fulton and Flanagan in the same 17 as they are both small backrowers. Same as when we had Fulton & Halatau.
Personally I think Flanagan is the one who should miss out.
Thats also how i see it.Flanagan is not up to forwards standard for me.Is a great squad player but at full strength i can't see how he could fit in this side.
Dwyer on the other hand has 1st grade all over him.He has the worlds biggest arms & the scary thing is i can see him getting even bigger in 2 or 3 years time
Its a big mans game these days,& small backrowers need to have something really special like Gallans toughness or watmoughs speed to have an impact...Im not sure Flanno,whilst I applaud his enthusiastism,has anything new or different to bring,whilst Fulton does have some ball playing skills but its one or the otherIMO.

Re: Simon Dwyer....

Posted: Sat 22 May, 2010 4:18 pm
by senexx
Chris wrote:Both he and Fifita are the future of our forwards. Our next generation forward pack must be built around these two guys.
No argument there

Re: Simon Dwyer....

Posted: Sat 22 May, 2010 5:13 pm
by Year of the Tiger
Really impressed with Simon. We need dangerous andfowards hunting for the ball and big hits. Him, Ellis and Fafita are the only forwards with that look in their eye

Re: Simon Dwyer....

Posted: Sat 22 May, 2010 5:15 pm
by MightyMaggy
Chris wrote:Both he and Fifita are the future of our forwards. Our next generation forward pack must be built around these two guys.
It is pleasing to see some of our younger players being slotted into the NRL team. It is even better to see that they are proving to be competitive in the NRL.
With such a big junior area, the future success of the Tigers will depend on the Club developing the better of the young players and not losing them to opposition teams. :wahoo:

Re: Simon Dwyer....

Posted: Sat 22 May, 2010 5:23 pm
by Kickme
Good picture of Simon Dwyer.

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Re: Simon Dwyer....

Posted: Sat 22 May, 2010 5:24 pm
by Tigerpete
MightyMaggy wrote:
Chris wrote:Both he and Fifita are the future of our forwards. Our next generation forward pack must be built around these two guys.
It is pleasing to see some of our younger players being slotted into the NRL team. It is even better to see that they are proving to be competitive in the NRL.
With such a big junior area, the future success of the Tigers will depend on the Club developing the better of the young players and not losing them to opposition teams. :wahoo:
It's good hey. Lui, Fifita and now Dwyer have showed they can make the next step outside the Toyota Cup.

Re: Simon Dwyer....

Posted: Sat 22 May, 2010 5:44 pm
by MacDougall
Hopefully by years end our first string forwards are something like;

8 - KG
10 - Gibbo
11 - Ellis
12 - Dwyer
13 - Rhino
14 - Fifita
15 - J Schirnack
16 - Woods
17 - Fulton

Payten is a passenger. Last night was the best game of the season for him but it still wasn't very good for a starting prop. Fulton gets the 17 jersey because he is a better defender than Mark Flanagan. Obviously I'm pretty much saying that I hope Woods, Jason Schirnack and Dwyer become sensations. If Woods can grow that massive beard back he'll play Origin next year.

Re: Simon Dwyer....

Posted: Sat 22 May, 2010 6:00 pm
by tiger05
MacDougall wrote:Hopefully by years end our first string forwards are something like;

8 - KG
10 - Gibbo
11 - Ellis
12 - Dwyer
13 - Rhino
14 - Fifita
15 - J Schirnack
16 - Woods
17 - Fulton

Payten is a passenger. Last night was the best game of the season for him but it still wasn't very good for a starting prop. Fulton gets the 17 jersey because he is a better defender than Mark Flanagan. Obviously I'm pretty much saying that I hope Woods, Jason Schirnack and Dwyer become sensations. If Woods can grow that massive beard back he'll play Origin next year.
Dwyer and Jason Schirnack already look like sensations to me. Fifita is there as well.

Sheens should be choosing them now.

Re: Simon Dwyer....

Posted: Sat 22 May, 2010 9:22 pm
by Geo.
tiger05 wrote:
Dwyer and Jason Schirnack already look like sensations to me. Fifita is there as well.

Sheens should be choosing them now.
Jason 'angry man' Schirnack is still injured I believe.....

His time will come....

Re: Simon Dwyer....

Posted: Sat 22 May, 2010 9:27 pm
by Granto87
Full credit to our recruitment manager, really has brought some talented youngsters and future stars to our club. Well done Warren you don't often get big wraps but imo you are doing a great job!