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Re: Tonight’s game v Saints Fri Jun 18, 2021 8:27 am  

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Terrific defensive effort from everyone last night, another win away at Saints, Redvee viewing amusement should you wish to indulge, happy days.

Hardly a classic with ball in hand, and one piece of quality on the left ultimately deciding the spoils. Concerned about Clark, as he seemed to very subdued with ball in hand.


Looks to me like Clark has been playing with an injury for a few weeks. Initially I thought we could give him the week off vs Leigh but he’ll be on England duty assuming he doesn’t pull out
Re: Tonight’s game v Saints Fri Jun 18, 2021 8:29 am  

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Not saying it because it’s Leigh next week but I think a few off those guys could do with a week off.
Re: Tonight’s game v Saints Fri Jun 18, 2021 8:29 am  
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Not saying it because it’s Leigh next week but I think a few off those guys could do with a week off.

We’ll potentially have 6 missing anyway from England call up and Clark will be one of them.
Re: Tonight’s game v Saints Fri Jun 18, 2021 8:37 am  

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What a great game, congrats to all involved :CLAP: :CLAP:

It was pleasing to see that our intensity from the props during interchange didn't subside. The ref was clearly trying to keep the game close to Sts.

Did anyone see Jenna Brookes reaction after she interviewed Woolf, seemed to pull a face his way?
Re: Tonight’s game v Saints Fri Jun 18, 2021 8:50 am  

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What a great game, congrats to all involved :CLAP: :CLAP:

It was pleasing to see that our intensity from the props during interchange didn't subside. The ref was clearly trying to keep the game close to Sts.

Did anyone see Jenna Brookes reaction after she interviewed Woolf, seemed to pull a face his way?

I didn’t notice the face pulling but I did notice Woolf didn’t even pay lip service to the idea that we played well.
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Re: Tonight’s game v Saints Fri Jun 18, 2021 8:53 am  

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With regard to Sky I’m not normally bothered by their comments but the pre match I had to look up who Saints were playing as I don’t think we got a mention. I was surprised (but obviously very relieved) that they didn’t have Wilkin in a red and white rah rah skirt.
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Re: Tonight’s game v Saints Fri Jun 18, 2021 9:06 am  
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A gripping encounter, an 80 minute nail biter and a great much deserved win. I would also like to doff my cap to Ade Gardener and his team, we need to be super fit to withstand that pressure.
Re: Tonight’s game v Saints Fri Jun 18, 2021 9:30 am  
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oh god, its getting better/worse on redvee now they've all had a coffee
Re: Tonight’s game v Saints Fri Jun 18, 2021 9:42 am  

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It was a decent game, but interesting to see the contrasting emotions on display. In reality there was absolutely nothing between the sides, both defended well but both clearly have deficiencies. Saints fans are despondent as our attack was just woeful, calls to sack the coach and replace the entire team. Wire on the other hand jubilant and praising all their players for the superb performance. Yet if Makinson's try is given or the ref doesn't stop the game when King faked his injury, Saints would have won the game. Fine margins.

I was really impressed with your halves. Judging by how they played, I think you'd be mad to axe either of them for Williams this season. Austin was genuinely fantastic, a threat all night and Widdop looks back to his NRL best. Our spine looks like it might be one year too many. Coote just isn't getting there in attack, and under Woolf we only have two moves, the sweep to the left for Coote and the reverse pass on the inside to Coote. We tried both repeatedly, but the halfbacks were forced to wait and hold the pass as Coote was just too slow in arriving. I think we'd be better putting Dodd to 7 and changing the playbook a little to freshen things up. We've potentially only got Lomax remaining next season out of our 1,6,7,9 so there's a good chance we'll fall short this year as we're lacking there. A Challenge Cup win would be nice however given how long it's been.

I've seen shouts that Hill, Cooper and Philbin 'smashed' our pack, but the pack doesn't concern me at Saints. We spent big portions of the game playing one out rugby in your 20, so we must have got there somehow, we certainly didn't lose the territorial battle at all and were never under much pressure at the other end of the pitch. With Lees and Bentley to come back fresh towards the end of the season it isn't the pack causing our problems.

For all the criticism of Price, he's a decent coach. He's found a way to frustrate and completely nullify Saints. It's certainly exposed how limited a coach Woolf is. It could still be your year if you could engineer a route to a Grand Final against Saints, I'd certainly have you as favourites. But it'll probably be us that spoil that for you by not getting there. Yet you got absolutely obliterated by Cas in the semi the other week, the mysteries of sport.
Re: Tonight’s game v Saints Fri Jun 18, 2021 9:54 am  

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"If Makinson's try is given...", then ditto re ours from Austin's forward pass.
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