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offline pabird

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Averly simply muscled out two or three of our players
There hit first and ask later and there ability to fight and win the second ball was the difference

Dobbo would have held center ground and applied muscle to muscle and as for the penalty against us a piece of nonesense when there was zero danger

If we are to progress then with money being a problem we should release 3/4 fringe players and bring in strong premiership/C-South players

Worth consideration yes?

offline YELLOW

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They won all the second balls and their pace caused us problems all game especially their number 11.

We missed Dobbo badly as we lacked some real steel in our midfield.

As for bringing in Conf national/south players, they don't come cheap and it's a question of whether they would want to drop down to our level. Most would rather sit on the bench and still pick up a decent wage.

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Can we have some player ratings for Saturday. I agree it was like men against boys out there.

Who has not been cutting it lately?

Everett has been one of the only players lately to come out this game with any credit.

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