Regardless of any result, Lawrence ain’t up to it. Original member of Sheens boys club, last re signed by J Taylor, both blinded by training approach and fitness levels not footballing talents, time for a crack at the Ironman series. Mark my words, this guy would not improve nor shine with a spell in the NSW cup.
Time after time, this guy is guilty of the same. Poor passes, forward passes, knock on after knock on and poor defensive reads, in the modern game he has it all. While it’s quite obvious all our forwards apart from lock are there to make yards not passes, this guys never learns. Rochow is the example he should follow. Lawrence does not have the brain to multi task. If it’s catch and pass, it’s usually forward, if it’s a solid hit up it’s forgetting to catch or losing the ball in the tackle or play the ball area. Whilst his tackles may have improved his reads haven’t.
This guy never features in any 3,2,1 votes for a reason.
Please get off the bus next stop, concession passes no longer apply at peak times.
1. Nofoaluma- was a fullback in juniors, is a liability on the wing but has the enthusiasm to make fullback work, tops tackle brakes.
2. Thompson - no nonsense try scoring finisher, solid reader and defender
4. Lolohea- more suited in the centres. Not fast enough on the wing or skillful enough for fullback. With great hands and a good step, can provide wingers plenty of chances. I see this as his only spot that he can make his own.
9 Mcilwrick- Offers better dummy half service than Liddle. More predictable passing to runners catch zone, giving the hit up runner more time and less pressure to plan his attack.
Hi guys, one of our footy mums at the East Hills Bulldogs, the beautiful Josie has been delivered bad news with Ovarian cancer. This week we are doing a fundraiser, with which I have donated my signed and frames 2005 winning WT Jersey. Auction started at $400 reserve, currently at $500. If your interested in having a look, on Facebook go to the East Hills Junior Rugby League club.
Cheers u12s coach
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Next year if we can add a bit of depth to our squad, add some quality and/or experience, this side is deadset awesome. That was the only difference tonight between winning and losing. Next year we’ll be a year older, a year wiser. I love what I’m seeing. Well done boys.
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I friend of mine helped a person organising a fund raiser for a sick lady. A trip to Germany, to a clinic that may help her beat cancer. This was the last resort with no promises. My friend sent emails to every possible NRL player and club she could contact, about 300. Only one reply, with a signed jersey from the whole club. That player is CHRIS SANDOW, what a champion. I had to share this story as he needs to be congratulated.
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What stupid thread.
Gavet is surplus to our need, has discipline & attitude problems, so i’m more than happy to get rid of him.
Austin will be a depth player here & he knows that. You don’t pay big $ to a depth player.
Raiders would’ve offered him 3 times more than we were willing to pay, and still got a good deal. Austin will be a starter at Canberra.
There’s no chance i could ever support us hoarding players & preventing them from better earning & playing opportunities.
Especially when we need cash to buy players in other positions.
The new board has done the right thing here regarding both players
It’s about keeping some depth, we saw what impact injuries had on us in 2014. You call it hoarding, what a great way to look at it. You are way ahead in the thinking department.
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