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Re: v Hull FC Tue Apr 27, 2021 9:32 am  

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Should be a good test.

I'm confident after the respective performance this weekend, the Cas game seemed more comfortable than if was on the score board. We didn't even struggle for yards.

Hope we can be more dangerous with the ball and expect it should come the more players we get back and the more they play together.

That's definitely where I think we can gain with French at FB. Hardaker is great at returning the ball but I think French might be more threatening in the more structured attack.
Re: v Hull FC Tue Apr 27, 2021 11:07 am  

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Unfortunately I cant see anything but a Wigan, although think it will tight, we have been very strong defensively but without Reynolds our attack looks a bit laboured. Think Hastings and your quick wingers could prove the difference.
Re: v Hull FC Tue Apr 27, 2021 11:24 am  

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Unfortunately I cant see anything but a Wigan, although think it will tight, we have been very strong defensively but without Reynolds our attack looks a bit laboured. Think Hastings and your quick wingers could prove the difference.


Who is likely to be back next week for you guys?

I think we’ll be very similar to this week but I expect Tommy Leuluai to come in.
Re: v Hull FC Tue Apr 27, 2021 11:31 am  
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Who is likely to be back next week for you guys?

I think we’ll be very similar to this week but I expect Tommy Leuluai to come in.


Here your are lad :D

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Re: v Hull FC Tue Apr 27, 2021 12:12 pm  

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How’s fanoa faring these days I think I watched him the other week and looked liked he’d lost half a yard of pace.

Still looks a good side to pick from. I’m expecting a close game
Re: v Hull FC Tue Apr 27, 2021 12:17 pm  

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How’s fanoa faring these days I think I watched him the other week and looked liked he’d lost half a yard of pace.

Still looks a good side to pick from. I’m expecting a close game


Overall disappointing, looks a yard too slow, think he would be better at centre, but could still cause you problems with his power and ability under the high ball.

Our strengths are Connor, our centres and 2nd rowers.

Props are decent too.

We have a young lad at 6 Ben McNamara, who has done ok, love the fact he is getting a continued run, despite not playing great, that is what Wigan would do, previously we would drop him and move 3 players around
Re: v Hull FC Tue Apr 27, 2021 12:26 pm  

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Overall disappointing, looks a yard too slow, think he would be better at centre, but could still cause you problems with his power and ability under the high ball.

Our strengths are Connor, our centres and 2nd rowers.

Props are decent too.

We have a young lad at 6 Ben McNamara, who has done ok, love the fact he is getting a continued run, despite not playing great, that is what Wigan would do, previously we would drop him and move 3 players around

Cam Scott likely to get a run?
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Re: v Hull FC Tue Apr 27, 2021 12:32 pm  
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WWste wrote:
How’s fanoa faring these days I think I watched him the other week and looked liked he’d lost half a yard of pace.

Still looks a good side to pick from. I’m expecting a close game


He lost his place to Bureta, but I would imagine he will play Thursday, I think most Hull fans are waiting and hoping he can regain his best form. He did get injured in Australia, and this may have hindered his progress regarding full fitness.
Re: v Hull FC Tue Apr 27, 2021 12:33 pm  

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Cam Scott likely to get a run?


Doubt it, not with the experience of our backs.

Must be next in line though
Re: v Hull FC Tue Apr 27, 2021 8:49 pm  
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Cam Scott likely to get a run?


I'm hearing Griffin won't play, in which case there's every chance that Scott will start at centre. The other option would be putting Fonua at centre and giving our new Fijian winger a debut.
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