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Rawlins needs a good deal of bulking up and work on his power before he is ready for the region. Ed Price has a more traditional look about him for a lock, but there are no details on him in the Llanelli website. How old is he and what previous experience does he have?
Would also be useful to know what's happening with Galley, Barley and the Jones twins.
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Originally posted by omri jones omri jones wrote:

Rawlins needs a good deal of bulking up and work on his power before he is ready for the region. Ed Price has a more traditional look about him for a lock, but there are no detailsĀ on him in the Llanelli website. How old is he and what previous experience does he have?
Would also be useful to know what's happening with Galley, Barley and the Jones twins.
I might be wrong but I think ed price is the lock that vernon cooper brought down from ystradgynlais. I think is 21/22. Big boy who has also played 6 for the semi pros once of twice. Craig price who we signed last summer from tonmawr showed very good promise, was meant to be involved in LV but was injured and was out for a while, not long come back. Galley started coming back but was playing 50 mins then he's not even starting or benching and ed price is playing instead. Not sure if galley is injured again.
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Originally posted by PE SA PE SA wrote:

Originally posted by omri jones omri jones wrote:

Rawlins needs a good deal of bulking up and work on his power before he is ready for the region. Ed Price has a more traditional look about him for a lock, but there are no details on him in the Llanelli website. How old is he and what previous experience does he have?
Would also be useful to know what's happening with Galley, Barley and the Jones twins.
I might be wrong but I think ed price is the lock that vernon cooper brought down from ystradgynlais. I think is 21/22. Big boy who has also played 6 for the semi pros once of twice. Craig price who we signed last summer from tonmawr showed very good promise, was meant to be involved in LV but was injured and was out for a while, not long come back. Galley started coming back but was playing 50 mins then he's not even starting or benching and ed price is playing instead. Not sure if galley is injured again.
Yes he is out for the summer apparently, shoulder I think.
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Gutting. I hope joel can overcome his injuries. But for young boy he's having a lot of set backs. Gutting.
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did lewis rawlings play in the cup final yesterday?
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Originally posted by kcreg kcreg wrote:

did lewis rawlings play in the cup final yesterday?


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But he played the whole of the second half in the second row. As I said previously in another post he is tall and quite athletic but he looks as if he needs a long session with Simon Gardiner's dietician as well as regular sessions on the weights.

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Originally posted by omri jones omri jones wrote:

But he played the whole of the second half in the second row. As I said previously in another post he is tall and quite athletic but he looks as if he needs a long session with Simon Gardiner's dietician as well as regular sessions on the weights.


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Originally posted by s.pimpernel s.pimpernel wrote:

Originally posted by omri jones omri jones wrote:

But he played the whole of the second half in the second row. As I said previously in another post he is tall and quite athletic but he looks as if he needs a long session with Simon Gardiner's dietician as well as regular sessions on the weights.


 
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Originally posted by omri jones omri jones wrote:

But he played the whole of the second half in the second row. As I said previously in another post he is tall and quite athletic but he looks as if he needs a long session with Simon Gardiner's dietician as well as regular sessions on the weights.
 
Pete the Meat doesnt have a dietician and look where its got him.....
 
Seriously though, it looks like we will have a smattering of quality signings and look for these to bring the boys through. Start a HC game next season with Timani and Carizza with one of the lads on the bench.
 
 
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Quality signings? is there anybody confirmed??
Why are Leicester called the tigers surely the cheatahs would be more appropriate
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote Mrfwon Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 09 May 2012 at 1:23pm
Originally posted by John John wrote:

Originally posted by omri jones omri jones wrote:

But he played the whole of the second half in the second row. As I said previously in another post he is tall and quite athletic but he looks as if he needs a long session with Simon Gardiner's dietician as well as regular sessions on the weights.
 
Pete the Meat doesnt have a dietician and look where its got him.....
 
Seriously though, it looks like we will have a smattering of quality signings and look for these to bring the boys through. Start a HC game next season with Timani and Carizza with one of the lads on the bench.
 
 
Unfortunately, Pete's weight is what carries him as a player.
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Originally posted by Mrfwon Mrfwon wrote:

Unfortunately, Pete's weight is what carries him as a player.


Lucky guy.  With me, it's the other way round. Wink
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