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    Posted: 31 May 2011 at 2:29pm

Last season Ben Morgan, North and Scott Williams were undoubtedly the youngsters who made their mark on the first team. Who do people think will establish themselves as first team players next season?

I reckon Aaron Shingler and Rhodri Jones will become regulars in the first team squad next year with maybe Adam Warren being this year's George North and coming from nowhere.
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Looking forward to seeing Gareth Davies getting more game time, also Nic Reynolds and hopefully a fully fit Dale Ford.
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Scott Williams (he only featured a handful of times for us and played most of his scarlets games on the wing. so i am going for scott to continue his development and establish a fine competition with maule as well as forming a dangerous and solid partnership with foxy and maule!)

 
others are Iolo, adam warren, dale ford, aled davies and gareth davies.
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote lofty evans Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 31 May 2011 at 2:55pm
Originally posted by PE SA PE SA wrote:

Scott Williams (he only featured a handful of times for us and played most of his scarlets games on the wing. so i am going for scott to continue his development and establish a fine competition with maule as well as forming a dangerous and solid partnership with foxy and maule!)

 
others are Iolo, adam warren, dale ford, aled davies and gareth davies.
 
 
I agree but Aled Davies is the one most have "raved" about, looking forward to seeing them all tbh.
Scotts strength is tremendous though, stopping a sure try by holding a player up and ripping the ball, he is like a young Geoff Wheel mun but blessed with deceptive speed..
 
 
 
 
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Forgot about our two young scrum halfs, expecting a lot from both of them.
 
There is a big opportunity at the start of the season on the wing for one of our youngsters as its likely we will only have Fenby and Lee Williams available to us due to the RWC. I wonder which one of Iolo, Warren, Liam Williams and Ford will stand out in pre season and be given the chance. I've gone for Warren as I he impressed me for Wales U20s....watch this space!!
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Crikey,where to start mun...
 
Liam Williams gets my vote for what the Aussies call a 'bolter; (coming in from nowhere to get a first team shirt)...the 15 shirt is well up for grabs--especially in the first couple of months...
 
Samson Lee...liked the look of him before he got injured.
 
Aled Davies will push Tav and Gareth very hard for the shirt from the end of the year.
 
Dale could make a wing berth his own.
 
Jordan and Kirby Myhill will start the LV games IMO
 
Rheon James is a chuffin monster...could well make a big impression.
 
Rhodri will be a first team regular (at 19)
 
Gardiner, Shings, Newts, Welch and Nick Reynolds will get the regular game time they need to show their wares early season....
 
Un-assuming talents at the RFC are Owain Williams and Chris Keenan (played several games for them this season....could well step up)
 
Some talent mun....
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could someone fill me in on Aled Davies? What are his strengths and weaknesses?
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Originally posted by scotty gibbs scotty gibbs wrote:

could someone fill me in on Aled Davies? What are his strengths and weaknesses?
strengths -pretty much everything
weakness's -he's injured at the moment,
this boy is special.
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Strengths and weaknesses of Scrum halves?
 
Only one oracle to consult...Mr Chunkychops will present his views in due course...
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Originally posted by Wil Chips Wil Chips wrote:

Strengths and weaknesses of Scrum halves?
 
Only one oracle to consult...Mr Chunkychops will present his views in due course...


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Originally posted by ladram ladram wrote:

Originally posted by scotty gibbs scotty gibbs wrote:

could someone fill me in on Aled Davies? What are his strengths and weaknesses?
strengths -pretty much everything
weakness's -he's injured at the moment,
this boy is special.


How big is he? Physical? Sniping? Pass?
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Any good young second rows coming through the academy that could step up next season? Seeing as it doesn't look likely we will sign one
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Originally posted by Wil Chips Wil Chips wrote:

Crikey,where to start mun...

 

Liam Williams gets my vote for what the Aussies call a 'bolter; (coming in from nowhere to get a first team shirt)...the 15 shirt is well up for grabs--especially in the first couple of months...

 

Samson Lee...liked the look of him before he got injured.

 

Aled Davies will push Tav and Gareth very hard for the shirt from the end of the year.

 

Dale could make a wing berth his own.

 

Jordan and Kirby Myhill will start the LV games IMO

 

Rheon James is a chuffin monster...could well make a big impression.

 

Rhodri will be a first team regular (at 19)

 

Gardiner, Shings, Newts, Welch and Nick Reynolds will get the regular game time they need to show their wares early season....

 

Un-assuming talents at the RFC are Owain Williams and Chris Keenan (played several games for them this season....could well step up)

 

Some talent mun....





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What's the deal with Galley then? He going to see a Scarlets shirt this year?
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Theres two brothers from Havefordwest Swm but cant remember there names Llewellyn and something.
 
They have apparently slipped through the net previously.
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Scott, Shingler, Gardiner and Rhodri can really kick on next season.

Not a youngster but hopefully whatever issues there are with Welch can be resolved in the summer and he can make an impression next season.
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