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Here we go  into  week 31 as Dogs take on the Eagles in the last of the qualifiers before taking them on gain next week in the semi final So get your votes in after the game , remember need your 1, 2,3 , as usual voting open for a week for those at the game home and away supporters , DVD watchers  .  Its getting quite close at the top as Dave Scott has taken a narrow lead with Patch,Faz and Lillycrop breathing down his neck for the crown of the forums player of the season with just a handful of games left.


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Scott - solid as always but goal kicking was exceptional.

Maher - our best forward and made some good yards 

Ainscough - thought he caught and returned very well. 


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Leak - Great all round game

Cowling - what a defensive machine he is, and a sublime off-load for Ainscoughs try.

Ainscough - great graft and really dangerous going forward.

Honourable mentions to Manning, Scott, Davey and a dominant forward pack

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Ainscough

Leak

Scott


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Alistair Leak. Great in attac and defence organised things well playing out of position and 2 tries 

James Harrison   I thought he was really good today tackled everything and went forward well 

Dave Scott.   Good as always at the back but also kicked well at sticks and out of hand 

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1. Alistair Leek - exploited the gaps well and attacked the line with his trickery to great effect.

2. James Harrison - Played with purpose, aggression, and impact.

3. Dave Scott - His usual reliable performance under the ball, combined with good attacking link up and some impressive conversions that added points at important stages in the game.

Matt Diskin deserves some plaudits for getting an excellent all round performance from his re-formed team today, where some of this season's fringe players stood up to be counted with some impressive displays, and as a team we were aggressive in the tackle and purposeful and fluent in attack. I am sure that Kieran Cunningham enjoyed the game today as an entertaining spectacle, like the majority of spectators who were present. 

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Leak... Looked threatening everytime he was near the line and tackled his heart out

Cowling.. Some absolute bone crunching tackles and that offload for ainy.... Wow

Ainy.. Best game by far this season... Massive work rate and returned well... 

Manning Scott and harrison other stand out performers too... 

 

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1. Leak

2. Scott

3= Cowling

3= Ainscough

 

Cowling also gets two nominations for the champagne moment -

A. Slipped pass for Ainscough's try in the top corner.

B. His tackle on Fozzard in front of the nine 'oil.


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14 hours ago, Bulldog Days said:

1. Alistair Leek - exploited the gaps well and attacked the line with his trickery to great effect.

2. James Harrison - Played with purpose, aggression, and impact.

3. Dave Scott - His usual reliable performance under the ball, combined with good attacking link up and some impressive conversions that added points at important stages in the game.

Matt Diskin deserves some plaudits for getting an excellent all round performance from his re-formed team today, where some of this season's fringe players stood up to be counted with some impressive displays, and as a team we were aggressive in the tackle and purposeful and fluent in attack. I am sure that Kieran Cunningham enjoyed the game today as an entertaining spectacle, like the majority of spectators who were present. 

Keiran Cunningham was there because his son plays for Sheffield


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I said on another thread that those coming in couldn't really be classed as 2nd string and so it proved. However, getting that performance out of the team positionally was in my opinion one of, If not, the best of the season. Can't look past Leak for an all round organisational game without mentioning 3 tries! Scotty exhibited another string to his bow with great goal-kicking, Cowling put in a centre and second rower performance in one. How we've got through the season without his superb tackling is testament to the team's improvement since Bash.

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1. Scotty - great goal kicking and infield kicking was very good. Pity Reittie's try from a kick was disallowed.

2. Harrison - good solid game - pushed hard

3. Ainsey - very good fast returns - made good yardage

 

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