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#21 oldrover

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Posted 22 October 2012 - 04:48 PM

Have you seen Kitch lately Gaz? Was talking to him t'other day and he's lost the 'puppy fat'. 2 stone he said and the next project he has been given is to put it back as muscle bulk over the next few months. He said he is up for it and very focused, loving his rugby and wanting to break into the first team. Also he was training with the first team before end of season and they were complaining he was too hard to put down and too aggressive, :o.

That'll do for me :)

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#22 Robin Evans

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Posted 22 October 2012 - 05:04 PM

I think finn is the obvious choice, but I would like to see briggs given vice. As it would give him a new focus after his disappointment at Bradford. And he has always been very enthusiastic

couldn't agree more Alvin.
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#23 sidnee

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Posted 22 October 2012 - 05:09 PM

music to my ears Sidnee, the pathway is working, forget about the kiwi


Seriously, never seen anybody chomping at the bit so much at the end of the season. He is 100% committed to training and wants to be the next big thing. Got a feeling his wish will come true :)
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#24 Robin Evans

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Posted 22 October 2012 - 05:14 PM

He's an entertainer sidnee, without doubt.
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#25 oldrover

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Posted 22 October 2012 - 05:14 PM

Seriously, never seen anybody chomping at the bit so much at the end of the season. He is 100% committed to training and wants to be the next big thing. Got a feeling his wish will come true :)

i've watched him at service area and at lions and u23s last season. always had the game but wasn't sure about his commitment. if he is taking it seriously as you say, then i think we will see great things from him. good on yer kitch.

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#26 petesmithfan

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Posted 22 October 2012 - 05:33 PM

Have you seen Kitch lately Gaz? Was talking to him t'other day and he's lost the 'puppy fat'. 2 stone he said and the next project he has been given is to put it back as muscle bulk over the next few months. He said he is up for it and very focused, loving his rugby and wanting to break into the first team. Also he was training with the first team before end of season and they were complaining he was too hard to put down and too aggressive, :o.

That'll do for me :)

Brilliant news, I saw him the other day and to be honest convinced myself it wasnt him as he was a lot slimmer.

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#27 jamescolin

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Posted 22 October 2012 - 06:37 PM

Have you seen Kitch lately Gaz? Was talking to him t'other day and he's lost the 'puppy fat'. 2 stone he said and the next project he has been given is to put it back as muscle bulk over the next few months. He said he is up for it and very focused, loving his rugby and wanting to break into the first team. Also he was training with the first team before end of season and they were complaining he was too hard to put down and too aggressive, :o.

That'll do for me :)


Seen him play for under 23's he is definitely a player for the future if not now.

#28 elppaxr2i

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Posted 22 October 2012 - 09:34 PM

A sad day, timing not ideal and possibly a risk nowadays a 30+ year old leaving a decent comfortable job to take on a posistion that you could not have in 12 months but cant begrudge stu a move or taking a chance as i think he might have earned it

Hoping for good things from Kitchen next season just hope he isnt thrown in at the deep end now is introduced slowly into the first team picture as sounds like he was on the fringes of the first team last season




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