Discussion in 'Rugby League Forum' started by eagles2win, Jun 26, 2011.
Selected in the NSW squad. Good luck boy's.
Yeah they both deserve their spots.
Deserved, but I don't want them injured to satisfy Stuart's ego.
Good to see Gifty break back into rep footy, he deserves it. Not a Manly player but I'm glad to see Galloway get a crack as well. Interested in seeing how he goes. Given the team list I think they should line up something like this - 1. Minichello 2. Hayne 3. Gasnier (Ugh...) 4. Jennings 5. Uate 6. Soward 7. Pearce 8. Gallen 9. Ennis 10. Mannah 11. Watmough 12. Scott 13. Lewis 14. Gidley 15. Gift 16. Galloway 17. Creagh 18. Bird 19. Morris 20. Merrin
If Qld don't win this one, they'd want to be swabbed.
congrats girfty and choc. Realistically cant see gift making the final 17 but galloway im hoping gets thrown in for merrin who sticky hasnt even bothered with. hopefully morris doesnt make the team. uate and jayne the way to go
We'll live & die by our forwards. Centers arent good enough to create anything on their own & the halves aren't good enough to provide them with quality ball on a regular basis. If we win the MotM will be Gallen or Lewis.
Hey, I'm a fan of Jennings & think he's a great player. He was our only spark in game 1 & almost won the game for us. He is not the same type of center as a Lyon or Gasnier in his prime though, yet. He relies on his speed too much IMO, when he learns how to break games without it he will be a great player rather than just a good one. Shame Lousi isn't a New South Welshman eh?
How stupid of Jennings to rely on his speed. Imagine if Soward stops using a good kicking game or Thurston stops creating line breaks with his passing game , maybe Foran stops playing with such passion - maybe then they could become great players too. Loussi for NSW - no he might rely on his size & skill too much eh??
Where's our resident apostrophe Nazi when he is needed?
Way to miss the point completely. Of course he is going to utilize his speed, it's his greatest asset at the moment. What I am saying is that he will be a better player when he learns how to carve it up without his speed & become a well rounded football player (he isnt going to have that speed forever). There is more to football than physical attributes.
Yeah i struggled to make sense of it too.
Micheal Oldfield and James Cunningham selected in the NSW Resident's team
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