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Thought it was his shoulder but may be wrong.
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Wont see Blade until Super rugby ends ... 13 July and possibly later if Canes make play offs
I was there ...one Tuesday when the All Blacks came (and lost)
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Originally posted by scarletnut scarletnut wrote:

Originally posted by PE SA PE SA wrote:

Originally posted by GPR - Rochester GPR - Rochester wrote:

Blade is surely the obvious choice with Casseim at 8 and Boyde, McLoud & Rawlins as bench cover choices. 

ed kennedy may push himself into contention too. Looking forward to seeing how he develops.

He’s not played pro rugby yet so it will take him a while to find his feet

yes understand that but Asquith similar background no?
Jake Ball from what I remember too - although I think he had a season with Llanelli RFC first - and a handful of games. I know its only highlight reels, but he seems to have everything to make it - can he make an impact straight away? possibly not, but I would'nt be surprised.
As I said, just looking forward to seeing how he develops. He may be another Tadhg.

I assume he will probably play for Scarlets u23s...another side I am looking forward to seeing play next season.
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Originally posted by GPR - Rochester GPR - Rochester wrote:

Originally posted by PE SA PE SA wrote:

Originally posted by GPR - Rochester GPR - Rochester wrote:

Blade is surely the obvious choice with Casseim at 8 and Boyde, McLoud & Rawlins as bench cover choices. 

ed kennedy may push himself into contention too. Looking forward to seeing how he develops.


Yes I forgot about Kennedy. He has a decent pedigree & physique. Asking a lot for him to be up to speed to play in Aaron's position ahead of Blade, Rawlins & McLoud.

Aaron will be out for a few months though...so during internationals we will be without him and Cubby - if Blade gets into Scotland squad we will also be without him -
So back row during that time I assume at the moment may be:
6. Cassiem 7. Boyde 8. Macleod

Rawlins will be more of a lock with Bullbring and Cummins.

You are down to Ed Kennedy and Dan Davis for back row options and Tom Phillips during internationals. Am I missing anyone?
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Originally posted by PE SA PE SA wrote:

Originally posted by scarletnut scarletnut wrote:

Originally posted by PE SA PE SA wrote:

Originally posted by GPR - Rochester GPR - Rochester wrote:

Blade is surely the obvious choice with Casseim at 8 and Boyde, McLoud & Rawlins as bench cover choices. 

ed kennedy may push himself into contention too. Looking forward to seeing how he develops.

He’s not played pro rugby yet so it will take him a while to find his feet

yes understand that but Asquith similar background no?
Jake Ball from what I remember too - although I think he had a season with Llanelli RFC first - and a handful of games. I know its only highlight reels, but he seems to have everything to make it - can he make an impact straight away? possibly not, but I would'nt be surprised.
As I said, just looking forward to seeing how he develops. He may be another Tadhg.

I assume he will probably play for Scarlets u23s...another side I am looking forward to seeing play next season.
Asquith had played for the Rebels and had trained in a pro environment. Hopefully he can go well but realistically we will never unearth a rough diamond as good as Beirne again

Edited by scarletnut - 02 June 2018 at 9:45am
I still wake up late at night and think of what might have been when tim stimpson hit that jammy penalty1
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I think your right but we must trust in Pivac to unearth another rough diamond that can be finished and then polished off like Tadhg. Tadhg was someone who had all the credentials to make it, he was just trying to make it in the best team/squad in Europe, where they have a glut of back and second row players. I believe that if he was fighting for a full time pro contract at any of the other Irish provinces he would have walked it. Anyway, that was our gain for 2 years.
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Asquith had a nasty injury, any timeline on him?
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Originally posted by scarletnut scarletnut wrote:

Originally posted by PE SA PE SA wrote:

Originally posted by scarletnut scarletnut wrote:

Originally posted by PE SA PE SA wrote:

Originally posted by GPR - Rochester GPR - Rochester wrote:

Blade is surely the obvious choice with Casseim at 8 and Boyde, McLoud & Rawlins as bench cover choices. 

ed kennedy may push himself into contention too. Looking forward to seeing how he develops.

He’s not played pro rugby yet so it will take him a while to find his feet

yes understand that but Asquith similar background no?
Jake Ball from what I remember too - although I think he had a season with Llanelli RFC first - and a handful of games. I know its only highlight reels, but he seems to have everything to make it - can he make an impact straight away? possibly not, but I would'nt be surprised.
As I said, just looking forward to seeing how he develops. He may be another Tadhg.

I assume he will probably play for Scarlets u23s...another side I am looking forward to seeing play next season.
Asquith had played for the Rebels and had trained in a pro environment. Hopefully he can go well but realistically we will never unearth a rough diamond as good as Beirne again

Thats true, but didnt asquith only have one season where he was involved in only one match with the Rebels before returning to the side i believe who are in the same league as the club kennedy is coming from?
I know it will take time, but he seems to be a natural athlete which will go a long way and with current injuries and amount of call ups - if he goes well in pre season and training and u23s he will be given a crack. As i said aIm just looking forward to seeing how he develops as the skills he shows he looks as if his game will be a natural fit for us.
and going by current injuries and potential call ups, we will be left with cassiem, boyde, macleod to start back row (providing that Boydes rehab will go as planned, but he will have missed an entire pre season so will be playing catch up), who do you see on the bench covering during internationals? (Shingler who's injured, cubby and Thomson may all be missing at the same time). 
Phillips? Davis? Kennedy? is there anyone else?
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Originally posted by Wil Chips Wil Chips wrote:

Asquith had a nasty injury, any timeline on him?

last time I saw him down the parc he was still in a brace and on crutches. I think I remember reading he will be back beginning of the season. whether that means ready and fit for the first game im not sure. hope all is going well with him. Very handy signing he's been.
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PE SA. Lewis Ellis -Jones was on the bench for the U20 s against the Australians and when he came on he didn't look too bad.
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Originally posted by Ffidel Bennett Ffidel Bennett wrote:

PE SA. Lewis Ellis -Jones was on the bench for the U20 s against the Australians and when he came on he didn't look too bad.
cheers for that Thumbs Up
not seen him play at all.
handy squad the u23s will have!!


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Originally posted by GPR - Rochester GPR - Rochester wrote:

Thought it was his shoulder but may be wrong.

I'm sure I read that, too, but presumably it was a guess or misreporting, as the Scarlets site itself specifies that Jon Evans a foot injury:


but no details are given.
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Originally posted by PE SA PE SA wrote:

Originally posted by GPR - Rochester GPR - Rochester wrote:

Originally posted by PE SA PE SA wrote:

Originally posted by GPR - Rochester GPR - Rochester wrote:

Blade is surely the obvious choice with Casseim at 8 and Boyde, McLoud & Rawlins as bench cover choices. 

ed kennedy may push himself into contention too. Looking forward to seeing how he develops.


Yes I forgot about Kennedy. He has a decent pedigree & physique. Asking a lot for him to be up to speed to play in Aaron's position ahead of Blade, Rawlins & McLoud.

Aaron will be out for a few months though...so during internationals we will be without him and Cubby - if Blade gets into Scotland squad we will also be without him -
So back row during that time I assume at the moment may be:
6. Cassiem 7. Boyde 8. Macleod

Rawlins will be more of a lock with Bullbring and Cummins.

You are down to Ed Kennedy and Dan Davis for back row options and Tom Phillips during internationals. Am I missing anyone?

I think we will have Cubby during the Autumn campaign if Warburton & Navidi are fit. 
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Where's Tom Price these days, injured or not? 
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Originally posted by Scarlet O'Hara Scarlet O'Hara wrote:

Where's Tom Price these days, injured or not? 
Came back with maybe 5 games for Drovers and RFC at the end of the season.

Hope he’s fit and firing for the start of 18/19.
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Originally posted by Eastern outpost Eastern outpost wrote:

Originally posted by Scarlet O'Hara Scarlet O'Hara wrote:

Where's Tom Price these days, injured or not? 
Came back with maybe 5 games for Drovers and RFC at the end of the season.

Hope he’s fit and firing for the start of 18/19.
 
I've heard that he will be ready for next season.
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