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Re: Team Next Week/Jai Field Injury Mon Mar 29, 2021 6:11 pm  

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Re: Team Next Week/Jai Field Injury Mon Mar 29, 2021 6:59 pm  

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Hardaker
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Isa
Bateman
Hanley
Hastings
Leuluai
Singleton
Powell
Bullock
Farrell
Smithies
Partington

Harvard
Smith
Shorrocks
Byrne
Re: Team Next Week/Jai Field Injury Mon Mar 29, 2021 7:07 pm  

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FIOS wrote:
Hardaker
Bibby
Isa
Bateman
Hanley
Hastings
Leuluai
Singleton
Powell
Bullock
Farrell
Smithies
Partington

Harvard
Smith
Shorrocks
Byrne


That looks like the team we’ll probably have to go with. It’s going to be all about attitude if we’re to win the game. That side can defend its socks off, the whole lot of them (Hanley aside and probably Smith from the bench) have proved it and the aim has to be to keep them to a couple of try’s at most. If we do that we should be able to cobble enough points together to win the game.
Re: Team Next Week/Jai Field Injury Mon Mar 29, 2021 7:13 pm  

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FIOS wrote:
Hardaker
Bibby
Isa
Bateman
Hanley
Hastings
Leuluai
Singleton
Powell
Bullock
Farrell
Smithies
Partington

Harvard
Smith
Shorrocks
Byrne


Hard to see where points are going to come from, hell of a performance if we can get the win.
Re: Team Next Week/Jai Field Injury Mon Mar 29, 2021 7:39 pm  

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NickyKiss wrote:
That looks like the team we’ll probably have to go with. It’s going to be all about attitude if we’re to win the game. That side can defend its socks off, the whole lot of them (Hanley aside and probably Smith from the bench) have proved it and the aim has to be to keep them to a couple of try’s at most. If we do that we should be able to cobble enough points together to win the game.

Johnstone is in form and a match-up nightmare. Feels like whoever we put against him will either be slower than him, or both weaker and slower than him. I don't like being that kind of team but it might be a good weak to try and turn it into a scrappy up the middle game. Lots of pushing and shoving to slow things down, find touch with our kicks rather than keeping it in play.
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Re: Team Next Week/Jai Field Injury Mon Mar 29, 2021 7:54 pm  

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Johnstone is in form and a match-up nightmare. Feels like whoever we put against him will either be slower than him, or both weaker and slower than him. I don't like being that kind of team but it might be a good weak to try and turn it into a scrappy up the middle game. Lots of pushing and shoving to slow things down, find touch with our kicks rather than keeping it in play.


Bibby did a decent job on him in the last game against them last year. I recall him hammering him in to touch and keeping him about as quiet as we’ve managed, so I’d look to get him on that right side again and hope we don’t get smashed territorially because I don’t fancy them raining kicks down on Bibby with Johnstone against him. I fancy a junior against him even less though.

We can’t afford to go 18-0 down this week that’s for sure. It would be great if we could sneak a win and then get through York without too many heart attacks. If we win these next two by any means possible then it’ll be a job well done and the season should be set up nicely.
Re: Team Next Week/Jai Field Injury Mon Mar 29, 2021 8:01 pm  

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Bibby did a decent job on him in the last game against them last year. I recall him hammering him in to touch and keeping him about as quiet as we’ve managed, so I’d look to get him on that right side again and hope we don’t get smashed territorially because I don’t fancy them raining kicks down on Bibby with Johnstone against him. I fancy a junior against him even less though.

We can’t afford to go 18-0 down this week that’s for sure. It would be great if we could sneak a win and then get through York without too many heart attacks. If we win these next two by any means possible then it’ll be a job well done and the season should be set up nicely.

Didn't Johnstone get injured in the last game? Maybe I'm getting mixed up, I've got in my head that he got an elbow injury. Although I do remember a wonder try against French. Agreed Bibby needs to line up against him and do whatever he can to make life difficult. If he gets space against him we're done though.
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Re: Team Next Week/Jai Field Injury Mon Mar 29, 2021 8:14 pm  

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Didn't Johnstone get injured in the last game? Maybe I'm getting mixed up, I've got in my head that he got an elbow injury. Although I do remember a wonder try against French. Agreed Bibby needs to line up against him and do whatever he can to make life difficult. If he gets space against him we're done though.


I probably am, just recall one at the HJ against them. I remember him hurting his elbow but think that may have been in an earlier game at Headingley IIRC.

Either way it’s got to be Bibby you’d think.
Re: Team Next Week/Jai Field Injury Mon Mar 29, 2021 8:19 pm  

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Hope Jai isn't too downhearted - can't be easy flying halfway round the world only to get a bad injury in the first 20 minutes. Sure the club and players will support him and hope he can give us a little turbo boost at the end of the year.
Re: Team Next Week/Jai Field Injury Mon Mar 29, 2021 8:27 pm  

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I probably am, just recall one at the HJ against them. I remember him hurting his elbow but think that may have been in an earlier game at Headingley IIRC.

Either way it’s got to be Bibby you’d think.

Yeah you're right, I'm thinking of the Headingley one (exciting game!). It's weird thinking mainly about defence when you look to your wingers but that's exactly what I'm thinking here. Damage limitation and hope the pack can grind out a win.
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