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PRC Round 2 - Tigers vs Exeter

Post by JP14 » Sun Sep 22, 2019 11:00 am

1 Bateman
2 Youngs
3 Leatigaga
4 Green
5 Wells
6 Liebenberg
7 Coghlan
8 Boladau
9 Simmons
10 McPhilips
11 Browning
12 Reid
13 Taute
14 Viljoen
15 Worth
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Re: PRC Round 2 - Tigers vs Exeter

Post by Leicestertinytiger » Sun Sep 22, 2019 11:45 am

I would put out an even stronger team than that for the game against Exeter. Need to get some momentum for the home games.

Bateman Youngs Leatigaga
Spencer Green
Coghlan Liebenberg Thompson
White McPhillips
Reid Taute
Holmes Worth Viljoen

Kerr Gigena Heyes Wells Reffell Simmons Eastmond Thompstone

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Re: PRC Round 2 - Tigers vs Exeter

Post by Scott1 » Sun Sep 22, 2019 11:55 am

Can't wait!

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Re: PRC Round 2 - Tigers vs Exeter

Post by Mark62 » Sun Sep 22, 2019 12:05 pm

Leicestertinytiger wrote:
Sun Sep 22, 2019 11:45 am
I would put out an even stronger team than that for the game against Exeter. Need to get some momentum for the home games.

Bateman Youngs Leatigaga
Spencer Green
Coghlan Liebenberg Thompson
White McPhillips
Reid Taute
Holmes Worth Viljoen

Kerr Gigena Heyes Wells Reffell Simmons Eastmond Thompstone
Like the look of that side

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Re: PRC Round 2 - Tigers vs Exeter

Post by JP14 » Sun Sep 22, 2019 3:30 pm

I still think it would be mix and match, I guess we’ll see but we must start winning the home games!
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Re: PRC Round 2 - Tigers vs Exeter

Post by RagingBull » Tue Sep 24, 2019 2:34 pm

Could see potentially
1. Bateman
2. Youngs
3. Heyes
4. Green
5. Spencer
6. Liebenberg
7. Thompson
8. Coghlan
9. Simmons
10. Reid
11. Olowofela
12. Eastmond
13. Viljeon
14. Holmes
15. Worth

16. TPN
17. Gigena
18. Cortes
19. Wells
20. Reffell
21. Harrison
22. Hardwick
23. McPhillips

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Re: PRC Round 2 - Tigers vs Exeter

Post by Mark62 » Tue Sep 24, 2019 3:13 pm

Do you think they’ll go with Reid over Mcphillips at 10 RB

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Re: PRC Round 2 - Tigers vs Exeter

Post by JP14 » Tue Sep 24, 2019 6:07 pm

Is Olowofela fit?
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Re: PRC Round 2 - Tigers vs Exeter

Post by ay2oh » Tue Sep 24, 2019 6:39 pm

Would be happy to see that side RB but think there will be a mix of 1st choice and youngsters :smt003
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Re: PRC Round 2 - Tigers vs Exeter

Post by sapajo » Tue Sep 24, 2019 6:52 pm

At the very least the home team we field must be competitive and not lambs to the slaughter.

I for one want to see a competitive performance and not a large defeat.
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Re: PRC Round 2 - Tigers vs Exeter

Post by FrontRowUnionMember » Tue Sep 24, 2019 10:42 pm

If Saturday was Phase 1 with large number of youngsters, then I’d like to see a slight shift to Phase 2 whereby we add 2-3 more senior players but retain some youngsters to increase their development. Let’s not go straight to all senior players.

Gigena, Kerr, Heyes, Green, Wells, Lewis, Reffell, Boladau; White, McPhillips, Aspland-Robinson, Hardwick, Taute, Holmes, Steward.

Polota-Nau, Bateman/Leatigaga, Cortes, Martin/Jordan, Coghlan, Simmons, Worth, Viljoen.

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Re: PRC Round 2 - Tigers vs Exeter

Post by sam16111986 » Wed Sep 25, 2019 9:10 am

FrontRowUnionMember wrote:
Tue Sep 24, 2019 10:42 pm
If Saturday was Phase 1 with large number of youngsters, then I’d like to see a slight shift to Phase 2 whereby we add 2-3 more senior players but retain some youngsters to increase their development. Let’s not go straight to all senior players.

Gigena, Kerr, Heyes, Green, Wells, Lewis, Reffell, Boladau; White, McPhillips, Aspland-Robinson, Hardwick, Taute, Holmes, Steward.

Polota-Nau, Bateman/Leatigaga, Cortes, Martin/Jordan, Coghlan, Simmons, Worth, Viljoen.
Nope let's go straight to the first team. Gives the development side a week off to recover. Then development team come back in for the next away game whilst the first team recover before the final home game.

We should also go out to ensure all games at WR are won irrespective of the competition or the opposition. Away games in this competition who cares, home games are must win at all times. Need fortress mentality back.

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Re: PRC Round 2 - Tigers vs Exeter

Post by johnthegriff » Wed Sep 25, 2019 10:05 am

I expect to see a stronger team this week but we are using this competition as pre-season fixtures, our strongest available team will be at Worcester on the 19th October but our first team will not turn out until the World Cup boys are returned and rested and proved they are better than the guys filling in whilst they were away.

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Re: PRC Round 2 - Tigers vs Exeter

Post by MikeR » Wed Sep 25, 2019 10:36 am

Should be a far stronger team than last week if we are to be competitive - Baxter has said that the Exeter team will be very similar to last weeks which means it will be strong . We really do need to start playing some of the combinations who will hope to start in the Premiership.

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Re: PRC Round 2 - Tigers vs Exeter

Post by sapajo » Wed Sep 25, 2019 10:54 am

I feel that confidence was on empty last season and we must get back to winning ways. I know there is clearly a need to manage our player resources and that it is imperative we concentrate on the Premiership but we must build momentum and confidence and the minimum of way of doing so is by winning home games. Furthermore, supporters want value for their hard earned cash in terms of the quality of the rugby they witness on the pitch. Whilst we continue to demonstrate support, loyalty and patience the importance of the club neglecting this fact has massive implications going forward.
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