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Saturday 21 September 2019 v Jersey Reds at Stade Santander International, 3.00pm (Cup)

Sunday 29 September 2019 v Doncaster Knights at Kingston Park, 3.00pm (Cup)


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Re: Teams for Tiggers game
NorfolkFalcon 09 September, 2018 19:44
We do need depth back.

McGuigan and Mulipola look good additions so far. I think our biggest miss is Robinson at lock. Not because hes necessarily better than either Green or Witty and would start but to have one of them on the bench. Cavubati looked suspect to say the least when he came on.

Would be good to have some idea of what is going on. For example Lockwood was announced n bench against Doncaster. I know we wont though for reasons made clear by Deano before and I respect him for that.

Re: Teams for Tiggers game
Monkey1 10 September, 2018 07:11
I am not concerned at all, the team actually performed pretty well in both games & it is a long old season. The league table is meaningless until well into the season.

Sarries will ship 50+ points past some teams this season, we actually confronted them very well. I don't think any team would have stopped the mental rampage by Tiggers for the first 15 minutes on Saturday. After that we did well, especially considering the 20+ points deficit to be made up.

Psychologically we need a win at Wuss, but then Wuss are in the same boat, so it should be a tough old game.

Re: Teams for Tiggers game
GeordieFalcon 10 September, 2018 08:35
I think we just looked very rusty v Edinburgh in the friendly and have continued that on in the last 2 games...but we'll find our feet again.

Fix the defence first and foremost...then the rest will come together.

Agree above...can Tait please start at FB. He's a rock solid premiership FB which would be better at the moment.

My one big concern is Mr Flood. He really isn't on form at the moment and he needs to find it quick as he's dropping a few clangers.

Re: Teams for Tiggers game
steve1888 10 September, 2018 09:44
I thought Flood was good against Saracens?

Re: Teams for Tiggers game
GeordieFalcon 10 September, 2018 10:19
I don't think he was great Steve, I felt he lacked a bit of imagination in attack that I would expect from a 70 cap former England international.

Re: Teams for Tiggers game
mannin 10 September, 2018 11:18
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steve1888
I thought Flood was good against Saracens?

Agreed

Re: Teams for Tiggers game
pityacker 10 September, 2018 11:41
I think that if Johnny Williams is fit he may be brought into the midfield as he looked good in attack and great in defence and could offer different options.

Re: Teams for Tiggers game
GeordieFalcon 10 September, 2018 12:16
I agree with that Pit, he looked very sharp the glimpses we have seen of him...able to break the lines...

Re: Teams for Tiggers game
Marco19819 10 September, 2018 18:07
Williams certainly won't miss any tackles if pre season is anything to go by. Massive in defence

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