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Re: Academy Thu Jun 10, 2021 8:55 pm  

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Finally got around to watching the U19's game v, Warrington,

What surprised me was the size and physical maturity of some of the lads.

In the past whenever I've watched Trinity Academy teams I have to say that we did tend to look like the waifs and strays team. Don't know the reasons but we do seem to have picked up a number of players who in the past I believe would have gone elsewhere. As you'd expect the forwards are the most impressive but across the park, there are far fewer 'boys' than in the past, who I tended to believe were making up the numbers. With this team there seem to be very few who don't at least look physically capable of the first team at some point in the future.

Eseh and Ruan are very big units for that age and Windrow, O'Donovan, Leeson, Ferguson, and Mitchel are not far behind with plenty of growth left in them.

Did we get the pick this time?


I watched it the other night and was also impressed especially Leon Ruen! That lad was making yards for fun. It may be a little early but his style reminded me very much of Lauititi.

I completely agree that there appear to be some good ones in the U19s. Mark Appelgarth surely deserves a lot of praise for that.

I’m actually looking forward to watching the London game on trinity tv!
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Re: Academy Sat Jun 12, 2021 3:10 pm  

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Yet another win for the U19s against London today. 40-24 final score.

They are going great guns. Shame I couldn’t make it.
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Re: Academy Sat Jun 12, 2021 3:26 pm  
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Trojan Horse wrote:
Yet another win for the U19s against London today. 40-24 final score.

They are going great guns. Shame I couldn’t make it.

I thought they made hard work of it, at 18-0 up they should have killed the game off but they let London back in with a couple of soft tries, not helped by some bizarre officiating, although at 22-12 he gave a try to london, blew his whistle and pointed to the floor, then reversed his decision to a forward pass thanks to the lino running on to tell him, I thought they were supposed to check before blowing up :roll:
Some good go forward at times but I think the weather must have contributed to some fatigue as we dropped the ball a lot when not really under any pressure, Robbie Butterworth looks to have bulked out well and was very much a stand out performer as was the number 6 who unfortunately left the field injured.
Gotta love the larndarn mums supporters, they really don’t understand RL :lol:
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Re: Academy Sat Jun 12, 2021 5:42 pm  

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I also went today, the match went as stated but, the first 20 mins, the play maker was No 6, Abrahams, he demonstrated all the skills
Of a stand off & with pace, he also can go to the defence line, draw players & put someone through, he had long & short passing + kicking
Skills & did a chip & go over the defence line - gathered & scored. His injury came in a defence tackle, knee or leg, looked serious but
We will have to wait & see !
Not since Toppo, have i seen these skills in a stand off , - of Wakey, for me I would sign him !!!!
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