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Re: Friendly: Keighley Sun Mar 14, 2021 8:57 am  
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After that performance I fear the worst for next week. Apart from Brough, England, Fleming, Walker and Scurr we were very poor. Only Brough has the ability to create anything from half back so our attack in opposition 20 is dire. Could be 30-50 drubbing next week.
Re: Friendly: Keighley Sun Mar 14, 2021 11:07 am  

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Stockwell & Smales wrote:
After that performance I fear the worst for next week. Apart from Brough, England, Fleming, Walker and Scurr we were very poor. Only Brough has the ability to create anything from half back so our attack in opposition 20 is dire. Could be 30-50 drubbing next week.

Only thing to hope mate last year we beat them by 6 the year before by a point, these are never 50 point wins maybe it will be better with a more settled 17 and players playing in there correct position? I must may I’d be tempted to play Sanderson before Brown I don’t know what everyone else thinks? And maybe race as the other half as he will be fit for Featherstone as Jowitt for me looked out of his depth there maybe because he is really a fullback
Re: Friendly: Keighley Sun Mar 14, 2021 11:13 am  
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I agree lets get Sanderson more infield. I think the only passes he got yesterday was when he came infield looking for work. Would like to see him running the ball out from full back if we move Pick to half back.
Re: Friendly: Keighley Sun Mar 14, 2021 12:13 pm  

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The complacency and lack of humility that Kear referred to is a worry. Drubbing incoming vs Fev unless that is addressed.
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Re: Friendly: Keighley Sun Mar 14, 2021 12:43 pm  

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Pyrah123 wrote:
Only thing to hope mate last year we beat them by 6 the year before by a point, these are never 50 point wins maybe it will be better with a more settled 17 and players playing in there correct position? I must may I’d be tempted to play Sanderson before Brown I don’t know what everyone else thinks? And maybe race as the other half as he will be fit for Featherstone as Jowitt for me looked out of his depth there maybe because he is really a fullback


The last 2 times weve played them at their place they have hammered us 42 - 4 and 44 - 18 so it wasnt far off. :CRAZY:
Re: Friendly: Keighley Sun Mar 14, 2021 1:54 pm  

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Reliance on a 38 year old staying fit isn't great.
Re: Friendly: Keighley Sun Mar 14, 2021 2:38 pm  

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JohnQ wrote:
Reliance on a 38 year old staying fit isn't great.


Reliance on anyone being fit isn't ideal. Lee Gaskell at 25 should have been peak fitness but was constantly out injured for us

Brough has being relatively fit throughout his career to be fair. But if he was to get a long term injury it would be massive for us.
Re: Friendly: Keighley Sun Mar 14, 2021 2:47 pm  

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Bullseye wrote:
The complacency and lack of humility that Kear referred to is a worry. Drubbing incoming vs Fev unless that is addressed.


I'm glad Kear picked up on that. I've said a few times how much I enjoyed the beginning of last year because whilst we weren't the best, we looked like a hungry team willing to work their nads off their team mates. Yesterday we just went through the motions.

On the plus side, no injuries. Considering both our opponents have each suffered long-term injuries to players, that's at least one positive for us.

Lots to rectify but that's what friendlies are for. Need to find solutions to those issues now. As someone said earlier I think theres a decent team in there, but we're not good enough to go through the motions and then just turn it on.
Re: Friendly: Keighley Sun Mar 14, 2021 3:13 pm  

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RagingBull wrote:
The last 2 times weve played them at their place they have hammered us 42 - 4 and 44 - 18 so it wasnt far off. :CRAZY:

Oh are you referring to the trial games like I was?
Re: Friendly: Keighley Sun Mar 14, 2021 6:06 pm  

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JohnQ wrote:
Reliance on a 38 year old staying fit isn't great.


Agreed. I dont think its realistic to expect a 38 year old to play every game and i suspect me may see his workoad 'managed' through out the year.
I remember Jake Webster not being selected when we played on the 4g pitches so i wonder if Kear will apply the same to DB. Might not see him feature at London, Newcastle or Widnes
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