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England v Fiji (RLWC warm up game) - Match thread


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1 minute ago, Tommygilf said:

The Anglo-Jamaican edge doing well

Try for the Reggae Warrior George Williams! :kolobok_wink:

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Just now, hunsletgreenandgold said:

Feel like Welsby's link up play isn't getting enough recognition in these tries - doing great! 

Was going to post the same, I hope he gets the full back spot it’s easily his best position!

Were playing well, just not sure how to guage Fiji

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Dominic Young ain't doing so bad.

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6 minutes ago, hunsletgreenandgold said:

Ryan Hall looking so far off the pace - it's genuinely not nice to watch. He's been great for England historically but how he's still deemed to be one of our top wingers is quite shocking.

That side's been doing more defending, while the Watkins/Young side have had the breaks.

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