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Western Force 2019

Discussion in 'Rugby Discussion' started by RugbyReg, Nov 24, 2018.

  1. ForceFan John Solomon (38)

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  2. Brumby Runner John Eales (66)

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    I will be happy to see Harry back with the Brumbies. One of the strongest props going round, I reckon. He certainly did give his all to the Force over the past couple of years.

    There is a bit of an exodus from the West at the moment. Probably due to so many players here moving overseas next year. Will be unfortunate, but I expect Lee-Warner and Ferris to be next off the rank.
  3. RugbyReg George Smith (75)

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    rumours that Stander and Fines are leaving the Force too. Not sure where to
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  4. Shaker Ron Walden (29)

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    Stander would be a massive loss. Practically an institution there, but reminded how good he is on the weekend.
  5. ForceFan John Solomon (38)

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    Isaak Fines to the Brumbies and Cameron Orr to the Rebels.
    Thanks for your time in the West and all the best for future endeavours.
  6. Slim 293 George Gregan (70)

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    Issak Fines to the Brumbies?

    Is that a confirmed destination?

    It seems an odd choice unless he’s keen to play a lot of club rugby...
  7. Bobby Sands Banned

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    I want the Reds to grab Fines.
  8. Tomikin Paul McLean (56)

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    What an absolute talent, thanks to the Force for giving him a contract and letting him step up there, I know alot of Brumby Fans where sad to lose him, but happy for him. Glad his coming home big things for the young man I think.
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  9. Tomikin Paul McLean (56)

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    It's probably a big move to any aus super team at the moment but if you think your good enough, have a crack. the big thing looming over all teams is White, he will start where ever he goes, but Fines thinking he can fight for game time in Canberra isn't that much of a stretch.

    Plus who wouldnt wanna move from Perth to Canberra :)
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  10. Forcefield Peter Fenwicke (45)

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    I think his name is Bruce. He's the only one.
  11. ForceFan John Solomon (38)

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  12. ForceFan John Solomon (38)

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    Thanks Tim

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  15. WorkingClassRugger Steve Williams (59)

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  16. ForceFan John Solomon (38)

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    10 September is hardly 6 weeks ago.

    I wasn't aware that Burton's move had been posted elsewhere..
    Perhaps you could have shared the info with the rest of us WCR.
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  17. WorkingClassRugger Steve Williams (59)

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    I'm a busy man. Not my job to post this sort of stuff.
  18. Forcefield Peter Fenwicke (45)

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    I'm surprised Burton isn't considering coming back to Aus. Not a lot of playmakers going around these days. Maybe his body is crocked.
  19. ForceFan John Solomon (38)

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  20. ForceFan John Solomon (38)

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    Hoping to experience a big turnout at Phil.

    Coach calls fans to Fill the Hill
    October 14, 2019

    Tim Sampson has called on all Western Force fans to get behind the club ahead of the blockbuster home semi-final clash against Brisbane City.

    Force was crowned Minor Premiers of the National Rugby Championship, following a strong 57-33 victory over Sydney in the final round of the regular season. Sampson stated the players excitement heading into the Force’s first home NRC semi-final and highlighted the motivating factor of playing at home at UWA Sports Park in front of the Sea of Blue.

    “In finals footy, you need that little bit of lift to get you over the line at the back end of a game. Filling the Hill with a lot of blue jerseys and t-shirts at MacGillvray will be fantastic.” said Sampson.

    The Force and Brisbane City will battle it out for a place in the NRC Grand Final at 12pm (WST) at UWA Sports Park this Saturday.

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