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34 minutes ago, Wiseblood said:

Bump.

Melksham signed on for another three years, Salem close to another two years.

The table for Melksham was updated on Feb 22. 

I usually wait til announcement is official but have now updated for Salem on the assumption it will happen.

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2 minutes ago, Lucifer's Hero said:

The table for Melksham was updated on Feb 22. 

I usually wait til announcement is official but have now updated for Salem on the assumption it will happen.

Sorry, LH.  I was looking at the list at the very top.  Totally missed the other one.

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On 3/5/2019 at 12:46 PM, Lucifer's Hero said:

The table for Melksham was updated on Feb 22. 

I usually wait til announcement is official but have now updated for Salem on the assumption it will happen.

Optimism was well founded.

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JKH gonna go one of two ways either hes already been crossed off the list for next year or he gets the extra 1yr out of guilt what r we guessing here

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2 hours ago, Turner said:

JKH gonna go one of two ways either hes already been crossed off the list for next year or he gets the extra 1yr out of guilt what r we guessing here

Place in the Rookie list fir 2020 unless he stars in late 2019.

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Posted (edited)

Updated for Lockhart and Dunkley, both recruited as Rookies. 

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By my count we still have 39 players on our primary list because latest additions have been as Rookies.  If anyone has more accurate info please let me know.

Re the list:

I'm guessing we will lose quite a few Rookies. 

Its hard to see a lot of the primary list players who are OOC this year getting an extension.  My thoughts:

  • Baker, Frost, Weideman will get new contracts.
  • J. Wagner, Garlett, J. Smith are 'maybe' depending on assessment of depth.
  • Stretch, Neal Bullen, Kennedy Harris at real risk of going.  They have been on our list for 4-5 years and not able to cement a regular 22 spot.  Can only keep them for so long.
  • Lewis, Maynard gone.
  • Jones - not sure.  Will challenge the list management team:  Nostalgia vs value add vs keeping a younger player out of the team/out of position.

We will get some good draft picks this year: a top 10 and a high second round pick so a chance to get some high end talent and skills.  Time to refresh.

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I think the only certainty of the rookies to go would be T Smith, Keilty probably as well, not sure about Walker, If Josh Wagner goes Corey might go as well.

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Keilty, T Smith, Cagner, Walker in my opinion will all be delisted from the rookie list.

I would pick a mature age rookie and the rest on under 18 talent who have missed out on the main draft. Surely we can unlock another James Harmes there somewhere?

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My opinion is that Garlett, Maynard are definite  delistings, Lewis will retire, of Kennedy-Harris, J Wagner, Stretch 2 will go.

Baker, Frost, Jones, ANB, Weideman, J Smith ( if he chooses to stay) will all receive new contracts.
I am not going to guess if other contracted players may be put up for trade.

 

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On 5/28/2019 at 5:06 PM, drysdale demon said:

My opinion is that Garlett, Maynard are definite  delistings, Lewis will retire, of Kennedy-Harris, J Wagner, Stretch 2 will go.

Baker, Frost, Jones, ANB, Weideman, J Smith ( if he chooses to stay) will all receive new contracts.
I am not going to guess if other contracted players may be put up for trade.

 

pretty spot on, Stretch would be ahead of Jagner to get a new deal due to competion for third tall with lever back and hore performing down back too

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Delighted to update this for Weideman's 2 year contract extension until 2021!

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Oskar Baker next!!

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On Tuesday, May 28, 2019 at 12:47 PM, dazzledavey36 said:

Keilty, T Smith, Cagner, Walker in my opinion will all be delisted from the rookie list.

I would pick a mature age rookie and the rest on under 18 talent who have missed out on the main draft. Surely we can unlock another James Harmes there somewhere?

T Smith will be kept.

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10 minutes ago, samcantstandya said:

T Smith will be kept.

Keeps playing like that and he will. 

Really wrapped for his performance from the weekend. Always been a fan ever since I started watching him closely back in 2016. Just has had rotten luck with no consistency.

Keep at it Bull!

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8 hours ago, dazzledavey36 said:

Keeps playing like that and he will. 

Really wrapped for his performance from the weekend. Always been a fan ever since I started watching him closely back in 2016. Just has had rotten luck with no consistency.

Keep at it Bull!

I now think Smith will stay at the expense of Keilty.

1 hour ago, ErmieJones said:

Does Corey Maynard get another contract?

I doubt that he will.

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On 11/26/2018 at 9:40 PM, spirit of norm smith said:

Yes need to get new deals for Melksham, Salem, Weideman and Neal-Bullen. 3 year deals for each of the blokes imo. 

Lewis Final year in 2019. Let’s get the premiership and send him out in style  

As they only have 1-year deals, Maynard, Garlett, Wagner-J and Jkh all need to show improvement to stay on board.  

Garlett just needs to find his desire once again and he’s best 22.

Ur

Sure milk resigned

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I wonder how keen Frost will be to sign mindful of Steven May.

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On 6/7/2019 at 6:14 PM, Lucifer's Hero said:

Delighted to update this for Weideman's 2 year contract extension until 2021!

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Oskar Baker next!!

Surely J Wagner, Stretch, JKH, Maynard will all be gone. Hopefully. AVB retires. 

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Just now, Nelo said:

Surely J Wagner, Stretch, JKH, Maynard will all be gone. Hopefully. AVB retires. 

It is looking that way.  AVB has two years to go so if there is any chance of coming good the club will stick with him.

On other possible changes, I think it is harsh to delist J Smith and Garlett as they have season ending injuries and its tough to recover without the support of a football club.  I doubt they can be traded so would like to see them get a one year contract or be rookied. 

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19 minutes ago, Sorry kids said:

I wonder how keen Frost will be to sign mindful of Steven May.

I don’t see an issue. He’s clearly in our starting back six along with May and Lever.

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Two weeks ago ANB was close to a 2 year extension. How long is close?

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1 hour ago, Dee Zephyr said:

Two weeks ago ANB was close to a 2 year extension. How long is close?

As long as an MFC "one to two week" injury.

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