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Made up for last week's performance, but is it enough for when Hynes comes back?

Does Fitz look to the future with Trindall who is at that stage in his development where he needs game time?

I rather ride the ups and downs of Trindall who has shown he has the potential rather than Moylan who is on his last legs. There's a long term benefit with Trindall getting all the experience needed.

I tend to agree with this.
I assume Williams will be back from concussion protocols this week but if not I'd be tempted to run a Hynes/Tricky combo if Nicho's fit with Moyza on the bench.

Bringing him on late in the game against fatigued forwards could work well.
 

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Made up for last week's performance, but is it enough for when Hynes comes back?

Does Fitz look to the future with Trindall who is at that stage in his development where he needs game time?

I rather ride the ups and downs of Trindall who has shown he has the potential rather than Moylan who is on his last legs. There's a long term benefit with Trindall getting all the experience needed.
Or does he go with whoever he feels gives us the best chance to win because we aren’t in rebuild mode.

Trindall has been playing well, Moylan was good v Eels and had a great partnership with Hynes.

We are looking for wins now currently, we can worry about wins in the future then. Happy for Fitz to pick who he feels is best
 

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Really clever game from Moylan. He switched up hitting his 2nd rower well, especially for that line break. The Eels had two players guess wrong and he sliced right through. Something he didn't do last week (ironically that probably helped set up his play this week!).
 

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Really clever game from Moylan. He switched up hitting his 2nd rower well, especially for that line break. The Eels had two players guess wrong and he sliced right through. Something he didn't do last week (ironically that probably helped set up his play this week!).
Moylans pass selection and mixing around his options is very good. His main strength probably.

Put Wilton over for the win round 2 v Eels last year
 

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He still sucked hugely for his useless defence for the Eels last try - did well otherwise, but that was woeful.
 

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He still sucked hugely for his useless defence for the Eels last try - did well otherwise, but that was woeful.
Is that when he was one on three with Hopgood Moses and Paulo with a Talakai and Ronaldo outside, him against three eels?

You simply gotta shut those down
 

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Yeah but gee they have green grass down there.
And funny how the team with their star spine player playing beat the team without, isn’t it.
Take him out and put Hynes in I reckon we probably go better.

Can make a pretty nice squad wishing we had other teams 900k marquee internationals
 

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The inability for Moylan to defend one on one has got to be the biggest contributor if / when he loses his spot to Trindall.
 

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The inability for Moylan to defend one on one has got to be the biggest contributor if / when he loses his spot to Trindall.
Hopeless defender.

Has been his whole career.

But, in his prime, he’d help you score 3 after he let’s in 1 or 2.
 
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