BEAU RYAN!

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Re: BEAU RYAN!

Post by tigerbalm » Sun 03 Jun, 2012 8:05 pm

Its like he's a different person, all the brain explosion mistakes are gone from his game and is is great under a high ball with great pace. Keep it up!!!!


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Post by milford_magic » Sun 03 Jun, 2012 8:37 pm

Utai and Ryan were outstanding.

Meanwhile Moltzen, Lawrence and Tuquiri were good too.

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Post by bongo » Mon 04 Jun, 2012 9:17 am

There was a time when I thought Beau was only picked cause he was a good bloke and great for team spirit. Man hasn't that changed and I am so glad it has. He is one of the first picked each week now in a team full of super stars. Well done Beau


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Post by underdog » Mon 04 Jun, 2012 9:34 am

bongo wrote:There was a time when I thought Beau was only picked cause he was a good bloke and great for team spirit. Man hasn't that changed and I am so glad it has. He is one of the first picked each week now in a team full of super stars. Well done Beau


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since 2010 this has happened -

* Beau has gained half a yard of pace. Noticed it last year with his tries vs the Panthers (the 80m intercept) and the Dragons
* He still punches well above his weight for strength in tackles (see Vatuvei) and hit-ups.
* He can finish a move. He's agile enough to stay mid air when looking for a grounding, and has scored several tries like this.
* He obviously has a bit of vision, and has some brains about him - that try he setup for Chris Lawrence - brilliant - and didn't look like a fluke.
* Is the glue that keeps the team together. Sings the Team song after a win with such vigor, and is ALWAYS first one there to congratulate on a try, or pat a head after a mistake.
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Post by cktiger » Mon 04 Jun, 2012 10:21 am

Doing everything right - but wish he wouldn't take so many dummy half runs .
Maybe he forgot he's not the winger. :lol:


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Post by stryker » Mon 04 Jun, 2012 10:56 am

Another thing about Beau I like is that he often takes a lot of first hit ups from set moves. This takes a lot of balls as he is running at a set line and often gets hammered by the props who are way bigger than him. He doenst get dominated though and from his quick play the balls, Woods or Keithy take the next hit up to a slightly fractured defensive line allowing the side to get a roll on.

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Post by jirskyr » Mon 04 Jun, 2012 11:02 am

Beau used to bomb tries and now he creates them. A few seasons ago he caught a pass whilst standing in touch. Totally reinvented as a footballer, that's what rugby league is all about.

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Post by Yossarian » Mon 04 Jun, 2012 11:09 am

underdog wrote:
bongo wrote:There was a time when I thought Beau was only picked cause he was a good bloke and great for team spirit. Man hasn't that changed and I am so glad it has. He is one of the first picked each week now in a team full of super stars. Well done Beau


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since 2010 this has happened -

* Beau has gained half a yard of pace. Noticed it last year with his tries vs the Panthers (the 80m intercept) and the Dragons
* He still punches well above his weight for strength in tackles (see Vatuvei) and hit-ups.
* He can finish a move. He's agile enough to stay mid air when looking for a grounding, and has scored several tries like this.
* He obviously has a bit of vision, and has some brains about him - that try he setup for Chris Lawrence - brilliant - and didn't look like a fluke.
* Is the glue that keeps the team together. Sings the Team song after a win with such vigor, and is ALWAYS first one there to congratulate on a try, or pat a head after a mistake.
I think the big change has been his concentration and attention to detail. He's always had talent but he'd drift in and out of games sometimes. He seems to have worked hard on that and his vision these days is close to faultless. The try from Marshall's grubber was a joy to watch. Ryan was perfectly positioned, Marshall had the vision to kick, the kick itself was flawless, and Ryan's timing was so good he had an age to wait for the right bounce and score.

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Post by yeti » Mon 04 Jun, 2012 11:18 am

AmericanHistoryX wrote:Beau Ryan should play origin in the 3rd game because by the NSW will have nothing to lose. But for mine, Nightingale is the best winger in the world and in a class of his own.





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I have always considered Beau a very similar winger to Nightingale and I think this year he loses nothing by comparison. He's incredibly reliable and he's the one winger/centre I don't worry about when a bomb is put up - he always seems to take them with confidence.

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Post by casinokev » Mon 04 Jun, 2012 12:01 pm

playing really well at the moment, his kick for Lawrence to score was magic, would it be fair to say Beau knows kicks in play?
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