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#61 High Peak Rhino

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Posted 30 July 2013 - 12:58 PM

Morley Roby Hill

   JJB Ellis

    Wilkin

 

Subs;  Ablett

           Cockayne

           Ferris

           Burgess (Token NRL)

 

 

Take it the Burgess would be Luke??? :sleep:



#62 my missus

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Posted 30 July 2013 - 05:24 PM

it is ridiculous that this thread even exists the squad should have been picked by now.


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#63 roughyedspud

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Posted 30 July 2013 - 05:53 PM

most of it probably has

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#64 The Big Gun

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Posted 30 July 2013 - 09:34 PM

I really hope Roby is fit becaue his quick ptbs and running from dummy half off the back of our pack should mean we're able to make rapid metres against any side.



#65 Tex Evans Thigh

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Posted 30 July 2013 - 10:06 PM

Christ how much gear is George on?! Decent late feet to go with that ridiculous running. Just watching those clips if he can develop a pass at the line hell be the full package. He should be definitely in the 17.
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#66 Tonka

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Posted 01 August 2013 - 03:28 PM

Agree he looks unstoppable.  His pass needs some development.  Would like to see him holding the ball in two hands once he breaks the line - holding it in one restricts his ability to off-load.  Although unlike with most the ball doesn't look loose under one arm, which is the usual issue.



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Posted 02 August 2013 - 06:08 PM

The next 4 games for the rabbitohs are massive games against the teams in the comp with the best packs. These games and the playoffs will go a long way to showing us how far the Burgess twins have come. I would say whether they are ready to play for England in the WC but to be honest George is there already it is a chance for Tom to show he's ready as well.

#68 Southerner

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Posted 04 August 2013 - 07:31 AM

I only saw the highlights of the Souths game versus cowboys but George scored a good consolation try late on. Worrying for Souths that they were beat so compehensively. Sutton one of their best players this season was injured.

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#69 EastLondonMike

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Posted 04 August 2013 - 09:50 AM

Every time i've seen George play this year he's always been a handful for defences. He's nearly always made a break, or some seriously good yards that has led to quick PTBs (something he is very good at), and on the back of those PTBs Souths have made more yardage and put themselves in good positions. He's a must for the World Cup squad.

 

As has been mentioned earlier i'd use him off the bench when the opposition is a bit fatigued. He'll definitely make an impact.

 

My pack would be

 

8. Graham

9. Roby

10. Burgess

11. Ellis

12. Hock

13. O'loughlin

 

Forwards on the bench.

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#70 Southerner

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Posted 04 August 2013 - 02:25 PM

Every time i've seen George play this year he's always been a handful for defences. He's nearly always made a break, or some seriously good yards that has led to quick PTBs (something he is very good at), and on the back of those PTBs Souths have made more yardage and put themselves in good positions. He's a must for the World Cup squad.

As has been mentioned earlier i'd use him off the bench when the opposition is a bit fatigued. He'll definitely make an impact.

My pack would be

8. Graham
9. Roby
10. Burgess
11. Ellis
12. Hock
13. O'loughlin

Forwards on the bench.
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Agree with most of that apart from Hocks nowhere near that squad (although I rate him highly but his performances have not been consistent) plus McIlorum is not up to it.

#71 Exiled Wiganer

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Posted 04 August 2013 - 07:05 PM

Agree with most of that apart from Hocks nowhere near that squad (although I rate him highly but his performances have not been consistent) plus McIlorum is not up to it.


I agree about Hock. Mc is very good, though I wouldn't complain if they played Burrow or Houghton (who reminds me of Lee Jackson, in a good way).

#72 hindle xiii

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Posted 04 August 2013 - 07:17 PM

I agree about Hock. Mc is very good, though I wouldn't complain if they played Burrow or Houghton (who reminds me of Lee Jackson, in a good way).

My reservation about McIlorum (if he isn't in the Ireland squad) is that the niggly stuff won't work, the Aussies will just lap it up, and if we're getting beat he might revert to type and get petulant, and probably putting us under more pressure. Let's not forget these test matches will be played under neutral refs ...or refs that are the wrong kind of neutral... I'd take Lunt and Houghton and first two choices, Roby if he's available, with McIlorum, Clark and Burrow as back-ups from now to October. Houghton has been great, Lunt has shone in a top team with good try scoring form. Clark would be a wildcard similar to George Burgess... if they're good enough, they're old enough, etc.


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