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One of Gawn or Jackson out

Replaced by whom??

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3 minutes ago, monoccular said:

Replaced by whom??

Anyone who can mark, beat an opponent. Gawn was a disgrace tonight. Lowered his colours, Jackson is in the departure lounge 

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OUT: Harmes, Tomlinson, Melksham
IN: BBB, Lever, Bowey

Play Bowey has a high half forward and let him run wherever his heart desires

 

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They need to get Brayshaw the heck out of the backline. He’s undone the balance of it. Completely unaccountable. Doesn’t provide genuine line breaking and can’t hit the side of a barn. Just zones off a mile and racks up chip kicks or long bombs.

If JJ needs a rest he can go to the wing. Otherwise just drop him and bring in Bowey or Hunt and get back to the structure of last year.

Otherwise it’s Brown for Weid and Lever for Tomlinson and that’s about it. 

Melksham for JVR, Chandler or Bedford? I doubt it. 

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I don’t think the selections really matter, will come down to whether we take our chances or not and whether the will to win is as strong as we saw in 2021, other than that it’s just shuffling the deck really.

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Lever in for Tomlinson.

Harmes out. Hunt in, brings balance to the backline. Gus returns to the wing. As good as he’s been down back, the balance isn’t working compared to last year. 

I’d drop Jackson too but we have no viable replacements so he stays despite being poor for weeks now.

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11 minutes ago, SPC said:

Anyone who can mark, beat an opponent. Gawn was a disgrace tonight. Lowered his colours, Jackson is in the departure lounge 

Again, who will you have replace Max or Jackson???  Yes they are out of form, but there is actually nobody on our list to replace them even if we wanted to.

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There are some crazy emotional posts in this thread. 

Fit BBB and Lever would come in, but I do t think you need to change much. Jamara played a blinder and was the difference. 

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Just now, monoccular said:

Again, who will you have replace Max or Jackson???  Yes they are out of form, but there is actually nobody on our list to replace them even if we wanted to.

BBB could replace Jackson, but other than that we are pretty exposed 

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3 minutes ago, DemonWA said:

There are some crazy emotional posts in this thread. 

Fit BBB and Lever would come in, but I do t think you need to change much. Jamara played a blinder and was the difference. 

I did post back in 2018 that reading this site was like being trapped on public transport with a pack of schoolgirls, it hasn't changed.

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