Discussion in 'Rugby Discussion' started by RugbyReg, May 9, 2019.
Had to remind myself haha
so, confirmed signed for the backline in 2020:
22. Jock Campbell
23. Jack Hardy
Rumours of a few current Reds who have re-signed, probably announced later in the season
Surely Petaia plays 13.
I also read that Kerevi’s future is undecided. Is that correct? Having Speight at the Reds could be the game changer to keep Kerevi.
hmmm I believe the only thing 'undecided' is when to announce he is headed overseas
McDermott is a free agent as per rugby reg 1st post of this thread
McDermott is absolutely priority #2 to be resigned right behind priority #1 in Kerevi.
Nice one Rebel, humble pie has never tasted so good!!
So is Kerevi gone or not? I haven't seen anything official?
Surely with Folau gone, the ARU would throw the kitchen sink at him?
Nic White is looking for a club.
Yes please..next we will having him play 10.
Give him some development time without the pressure of being seen as a playmaker. Just let the lad run !!!
How good was that first run of the season against the highlanders.
Petaia is such a gifted tackle buster. Can’t wait to see him return back to 100% health. There’s not a more promising youngster in Australian rugby (other then Tanelia Topou) then Petaia.
Speight is a good signing for a very young backline.
Timing is a bit weird??
I keep hearing the Reds have shown interest in Meakes. Perhaps it might be down to if Kerevi stays or not
Geez, a backline of
Is starting to look like the missing piece of the puzzle from this season. Obviously a strong signing at 10/15 would be a huge plus but the balance is looking better.
Isaac Lucas would be close to starting next year. 15 I guess
If we signed Meakes, I wouldn't be too disheartened if we lose Kerevi for a year. It should force the Reds to adopt a gameplan/s outside of 'give the ball to Samu' and force Hegary/Stewart and co to build on their reading of the game.
Reds should be looking at making a play for Ben Gunter. He’s just been notified he’s failed the residency rules for this years World Cup. Apparently he spent time overseas during his Japan period. He’d be the perfect foil as a big no.8, for all the great industrious work the other backrowers do. ASY I believe is an out and out 6, and no future at no.8. He’s going to be a very good one at that.
Higgers going, Timu going. Clearly a spot free
I guess he's worth a go but seems pretty happy in Japan. ALthough he is from Brisbane isn't he?
What happens to Stewart then?
Separate names with a comma.