He's chunky enough to come off the bench when teams are tiring and be an extra forward. Plenty of skills but not a lot of pace off the mark. As a coach you could find a place for him in the team. All comes down to strategy.
Defence has never been a problem. Probably why Fitz keeps him around.tackling great
want some spark tho, hands on ball, a couple of times there in attack we lost it, got stifled and had nothing
By my count the only time he touched the ball inside the 10 was when he didn't pass wide and got tackled in front of the posts, when Nicho was setting up for a field goal.He didn’t go for big plays like some other rounds which was better, did not pass inside attacking 10 again
But probably his best bench effort this season
That's assuming Fitz knows more about our players, structures, development and fitness levels and injuries than we do!I know he hasn’t been great in terms of positives plays or making a impact this season but I do feel fir him & the role he has been given so far.
No doubt he’s happy to be in the 17 & Fitz must be happy enough with him or him following the role Fitz wants from him but we as thee we’d fans are probably being too tough on him considering Fitz keeps selecting him each week.
Hopefully Fitz doesn't give us the "Trindall will be hear a long after I'm gone" speech..!Great tackle on the try line with 12 to go.
I still see value in him on the bench. Fitzy is thinking ahead, like the old man planting a tree he might not live to see grow (hopefully he does )
Can’t see Trindall being dropped for indigenous round, and I’m ok with that. Miller was cramping after 60 minutes, and I think second game will always be a bit harder after a high profile debut and lots of attention.
Make him play a year without an NRL contract, and pick centres and wingers ahead of him?Give this didgy the same love Will got and we have another Superstar.
I hear you.Make him play a year without an NRL contract, and pick centres and wingers ahead of him?
The “love” they showed WK was giving him the appropriate time and situation to develop. That’s what they are doing with Trindall. Of the ways to develop a halfback, handing him the job mid-season with a bunch of go-forward missing is probably well down the list of successful strategies. Give him time.