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Re: Joe Cator Fri Nov 27, 2020 8:13 am  
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Dave K. wrote:
Burrow was a halfback, so mainly played out wide, totally different situations, he has speed and step which made him dangerous.

Cantor's workmate and defence are fantastic, but there are still improvements in his game, as at times he can get dominated when he takes the ball up. Still young enough to make these improvements though.

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Re: Joe Cator Wed Dec 02, 2020 7:30 pm  

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Re: Joe Cator Wed Dec 02, 2020 8:10 pm  
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Absolutely delighted for him. When he signed I thought he would be a squad player on the periphery of the first team. He grabbed his chance and produced some impressive performances after lockdown and never looked back. For such a young man he plays with such composure and looks like a seasoned SL player. He will only get better.

Well done Joe and also praise for Lee Radford for bringing him to the club.
Re: Joe Cator Wed Dec 02, 2020 8:43 pm  

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Absolutely delighted for him. When he signed I thought he would be a squad player on the periphery of the first team. He grabbed his chance and produced some impressive performances after lockdown and never looked back. For such a young man he plays with such composure and looks like a seasoned SL player. He will only get better.

Well done Joe and also praise for Lee Radford for bringing him to the club.


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Re: Joe Cator Wed Dec 02, 2020 8:50 pm  

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Re: Joe Cator Thu Mar 04, 2021 7:16 pm  

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Re: Joe Cator Fri Mar 05, 2021 11:03 am  

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Good business if we can get him tied up for a few years before a ball is kicked this season. A player to build around.
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Re: Joe Cator Fri Mar 05, 2021 11:11 am  
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Dave K. wrote:
Cantor's workmate and defence are fantastic, but there are still improvements in his game, as at times he can get dominated when he takes the ball up. Still young enough to make these improvements though.
He should model himself on Cam Murray because he is far from the biggest player in the NRL but his body position going into contact is superb leading to his ridiculous PTB speed.

I'm happy that we have moved away from the 3rd prop as a 13 and have gone for the high energy setting the line speed 13 which all the best teams on both sides of the world have done.
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Re: Joe Cator Fri Mar 05, 2021 7:10 pm  
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He should model himself on Cam Murray because he is far from the biggest player in the NRL but his body position going into contact is superb leading to his ridiculous PTB speed.

I'm happy that we have moved away from the 3rd prop as a 13 and have gone for the high energy setting the line speed 13 which all the best teams on both sides of the world have done.


I was going to say something similar to the second part of that. The game has started to go away from a 3rd prop again. It's not quite like the old days where the 13 is the 3rd half back, but you need to have a bit more than just another big yardage maker. He has great energy, he's hard as nails and can play a bit too. I'm not sure Cator has the size and athletism to ever be a real world class player, but he will be a very good one, and every good team needs a player like him to build their pack around. Hopefully we get him tied down for a good few years.
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