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Re: Koni Sat May 15, 2021 3:52 pm  

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Just watched that last run by Hurrell again. How can a man that size be so quick and good on his feet?
Imagine trying to stop him...!
Re: Koni Sat May 15, 2021 4:18 pm  

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Happy to keep if not marquee. Simply not good enough for marquee.
Re: Koni Sat May 15, 2021 4:23 pm  

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When you have a runner the size of Hurrell you would think we'd organise ourselves so we try and give him the ball with some space to run into. Instead, we seem to force him into playing like a prop one man rugby.
Re: Koni Sun May 16, 2021 5:46 am  
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Think somebody mentioned on Fri that he should be partnered with Handley as he usually is and I would probably agree with that. Gives us some real strike on one edge then.

Koni is our biggest threat with the ball, needs games now and a linking full back who can provide a passing game to help put him into space.
Re: Koni Mon May 17, 2021 12:00 pm  

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christopher wrote:
Quite, the time of NRL top standard players coming over here has sadly long gone.

What youve said about him there is probably true of 99% of imports in SL, ironically we have got one of the 1% of those players in Tetevano in my opinion


I agree with that
Re: Koni Mon May 17, 2021 1:21 pm  

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Marty Grrrrrrrrrr! wrote:
Think somebody mentioned on Fri that he should be partnered with Handley as he usually is and I would probably agree with that. Gives us some real strike on one edge then.

Koni is our biggest threat with the ball, needs games now and a linking full back who can provide a passing game to help put him into space.


Most definitely should be with Handley, they were very good as a combo..
Re: Koni Mon May 17, 2021 1:29 pm  

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Trebor1 wrote:
Most definitely should be with Handley, they were very good as a combo..

I quite like him on the right, but he's totally wasted there with our current half back set up.
Re: Koni Mon May 24, 2021 8:58 pm  

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Ast night Was as bad as it gets for Koni. We can't carry him at centre anymore defensively.
His weight has ballooned. But he lost his mum, and we need to have empathy. I would actually play him as interchange 20 min prop when Newman is back.
And if he go's well, keep him there for 2 season contract on reduced terms, but not drastically reduced......
Re: Koni Mon May 24, 2021 8:58 pm  

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Ast night Was as bad as it gets for Koni. We can't carry him at centre anymore defensively.
His weight has ballooned. But he lost his mum, and we need to have empathy. I would actually play him as interchange 20 min prop when Newman is back.
And if he go's well, keep him there for 2 season contract on reduced terms, but not drastically reduced......
Re: Koni Mon May 24, 2021 10:40 pm  
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Shabino wrote:
Ast night Was as bad as it gets for Koni. We can't carry him at centre anymore defensively.
His weight has ballooned. But he lost his mum, and we need to have empathy. I would actually play him as interchange 20 min prop when Newman is back.
And if he go's well, keep him there for 2 season contract on reduced terms, but not drastically reduced......
He's big enough to play prop. Unless he improves I wouldn't offer another contract.
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