Bob Loudon (25)
Cant wait for our usual argumentative banter about who is in and who is out of the CAS side. It should generate at least 5 pages. You ready WLF? Will fill in idle moments for at least the next week.....
Cant wait for our usual argumentative banter about who is in and who is out of the CAS side. It should generate at least 5 pages. You ready WLF? Will fill in idle moments for at least the next week...
I thought the Trinity front row did well today, especially around the park. Despite being done over a few times by the Reds front row, they were good. Agree with Snort that Hawkes played well, but for mine its is impossible to go past Wilson (best on ground today) Pollard and Brown. They have the muscle and technique to best the GPS lads. I think Cameron (B) has to be 5 along with Buchanan from Trinity who has a big motor and ran all day today.
Great work Columbo!That would be interesting. Must have been a back as I cannot think a front rower would put up with this.
From the highlights video I counted two Barker players with head gear. on as they ran out (no. 6 and No. 9)
The two second rowers had their ears/heads taped.
I think there may have been more.
WHAT IS INTERESTING was this still I took from the highlights video. It was only quick
NOTE the radio handset clipped to the coaches jumper.
This would make sense if the coach was away from the sideline but later in the video he is seen 1 m away from the field. This is by no way conclusive evidence of underhanded skullduggery. It is though an odd look to see a coach, on the sideline with a radio mic hanging from his collar. Who would he be speaking to?
Can anyone here elaborate on this?