Chris Lawrence

Any one know the extent of his injury


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@tiger j:

Any one know the extent of his injury


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Should be alright for next week, at worst will miss one game.

if he is picked to play at 6 again, i hope he doesn’t play 😆

He didn’t impress me to much either. He is a good centre and great club man.


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He should never play 6. Sheens has rocks in his head! Put him back in the centres for goodness sake. Reddy can rotate…

Smeg put up the post match interviews thread in the NZ Wariiors section where Tim answers the question on Lawry.

Although finding his feet at 5/8, Lawrence is a ball runner, not a ball player. He plays too direct and can’t pass at the line. Maybe that will come with confidence, but considering we have Anasta who will play their next year, to me it’s pointless to experiment for the remainder of this year.

When we had Humble at half, benji at 5/8 we were scoring points and defense was letting us down, so don’t know why Sheena didn’t stuck with it for longer.


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@Knuckles:

Smeg put up the post match interviews thread in the NZ Wariiors section where Tim answers the question on Lawry.

hahaha sheens said there are blokes like galloway who he doesnt wanna see kick, so expect:

6. Galloway
7. Benji

Can’t remember who it was - I think it was Sterlo - said that Lawrence looked dangerous in the first half against the Warriors?


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@Centaur:

Can’t remember who it was - I think it was Sterlo - said that Lawrence looked dangerous in the first half against the Warriors?


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It was Sterlo and he was right. He’s not going to throw 20m bullet passes but he’s strong and quick and no doubt Sheens wanted him to be more involved.

@Yossarian:

@Centaur:

Can’t remember who it was - I think it was Sterlo - said that Lawrence looked dangerous in the first half against the Warriors?


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It was Sterlo and he was right. He’s not going to throw 20m bullet passes but he’s strong and quick and no doubt Sheens wanted him to be more involved.

How I see it as well, not a traditional five eight by any means, but Sheens had no intention of playing as such.

Ayshford played a similar role in the second half.

Not what I’d do with him, but I see the logic, get the ball in the hands of your best players more often.

@TigerDave81:

Although finding his feet at 5/8, Lawrence is a ball runner, not a ball player. He plays too direct and can’t pass at the line. Maybe that will come with confidence, but considering we have Anasta who will play their next year, to me it’s pointless to experiment for the remainder of this year.

When we had Humble at half, benji at 5/8 we were scoring points and defense was letting us down, so don’t know why Sheena didn’t stuck with it for longer.


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This, attack was fine. Now i defense is good id like to go back to this.

Let lawrence fill in at 5/8 when our season is going good.

Lawrence defense was solid in the first half and he protected his patch of grass exceptionally well, however we didn’t score any points which is the main goal of a playmaker. Chris is a great ball runner… Full Stop! He is fantastic in the centres and would probably be a handy short term “fill in” player at fullback or at lock if even required, but he’s not a full time ball player.

Sheens, enough experimenting please. Give us a specialist playmaker!

Benji Marshall, Tim Moltzen, and Tom Humble were the playmakers. Chris Lawrence is there to take the line on.

@Yossarian:

Benji Marshall, Tim Moltzen, and Tom Humble were the playmakers. Chris Lawrence is there to take the line on.

That’s why we scored no points in the first half.

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