Future Pack

What a pack we’ll have next year!

Packer, Aloiai, Twal, Garner, Leilua, Mikaele, McIntyre, Eisenhuth, Musgrove, Blore, Utoikamanu…

Exciting times

Here is an article published in April this year that is worth a read: The top ten players in the NRL’s next generation

The author described Utoikamanu, “If you thought Payne Haas was scary, then you probably haven’t seen Utoikamanu play yet,” and rated him as the no.1 player to look out for. This in a list which includes Blore (7) and Bradman Best (8).

Stefano better have more than I saw tonight otherwise hell be wearing number 21 a lot.
No more pillows.

NB, I haven’t watched him play before and understand he might be a gun.

@TigersBusDriver said in Future Pack:

What a pack we’ll have next year!

Packer, Aloiai, Twal, Garner, Leilua, Mikaele, McIntyre, Eisenhuth, Musgrove, Blore, Utoikamanu…

Exciting times

It’s a very good pack. I have confidence in them, we need to spend on backs - that is our weakness at the moment.

Edge backrower would be good, but priority should be the backs.

  1. Aloiai - 24

  2. [insert]

  3. Twal - 24

  4. Garner - 24

  5. Leilua - 24

  6. Blore - 19

  7. Utoikamanu - 20

  8. Mikaele - 22

  9. McIntyre - 22

  10. [insert]

Average age of 22.4. Exciting times.

last edited by Lukic

@Lukic said in Future Pack:

  1. Aloiai - 24

  2. [insert]

  3. Twal - 24

  4. Garner - 24

  5. Leilua - 24

  6. Blore - 19

  7. Utoikamanu - 20

  8. Mikaele - 22

  9. McIntyre - 22

  10. [insert]

Average age of 22.4. Exciting times.

It is strong and Eisenhuth and Clark are still to be counted.

@pawsandclaws1 said in Future Pack:

@Lukic said in Future Pack:

  1. Aloiai - 24

  2. [insert]

  3. Twal - 24

  4. Garner - 24

  5. Leilua - 24

  6. Blore - 19

  7. Utoikamanu - 20

  8. Mikaele - 22

  9. McIntyre - 22

  10. [insert]

Average age of 22.4. Exciting times.

It is strong and Eisenhuth and Clark are still to be counted.

Dont forget musgrove.

It’s a strong looking pack for the future. Will be useless if we don’t improve our spine

@pawsandclaws1 said in Future Pack:

@Lukic said in Future Pack:

  1. Aloiai - 24

  2. [insert]

  3. Twal - 24

  4. Garner - 24

  5. Leilua - 24

  6. Blore - 19

  7. Utoikamanu - 20

  8. Mikaele - 22

  9. McIntyre - 22

  10. [insert]

Average age of 22.4. Exciting times.

It is strong and Eisenhuth and Clark are still to be counted.

Depth

@old_man_tiger said in Future Pack:

Stefano better have more than I saw tonight otherwise hell be wearing number 21 a lot.
No more pillows.

NB, I haven’t watched him play before and understand he might be a gun.

An off season with Madge and he will be fit if he’s up to it. Reckon he will fit right in. Ju when we need him

@the_third said in Future Pack:

@old_man_tiger said in Future Pack:

Stefano better have more than I saw tonight otherwise hell be wearing number 21 a lot.
No more pillows.

NB, I haven’t watched him play before and understand he might be a gun.

An off season with Madge and he will be fit if he’s up to it. Reckon he will fit right in. Ju when we need him

Well, if he doesn’t bring at first we know Maguire will find a way to get it out of him.

@JoshColeman99 said in Future Pack:

It’s a strong looking pack for the future. Will be useless if we don’t improve our spine

I think we need a new 6 and 7

@old_man_tiger said in Future Pack:

Stefano better have more than I saw tonight otherwise hell be wearing number 21 a lot.
No more pillows.

NB, I haven’t watched him play before and understand he might be a gun.

Early days but I think blore will be the better of the two easily.

Stef really looks like he could use a madge pre season though

Came here to write a similar thread. Our pack next year will be massive.

  1. Aloiai

  2. Liddle

  3. Twal

  4. Garner

  5. Leilua

  6. Blore

  7. Utoikamanu

  8. Mikaele

  9. Musgrove

  10. McIntyre/Packer

1-7 on the other hand 🤦

@JoshColeman99 said in Future Pack:

It’s a strong looking pack for the future. Will be useless if we don’t improve our spine

Agree

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