14-0 to Bronco's at the 35min mark. Bronc's making the ladder leaders look pretty ordinary. Bronc's d is the stuff we can only dream about!
that ship has sailed but he is really stepping up and making his presence felt at centre. good reads and agressive defence mixed with very good attack. something we seem to be missing here. james gavet looked reasonable, i guess it's hard to pick everyone to keep here. you would hope we would have better understanding of who to keep and who to let go, or maybe we are to close to make a good, fair assessment of playersHow can we get our hands on Inu?
I can't argue with you there BS as you, myself and others have followed him over the past few years. Bluey should not have let him go but it's been an absolute blessing for him. I had the pleasure of visiting him yesterday at Belmore (the Dogs spiritual home) and he's in a good space - clearly the environment there, for him at least, far exceeds what he was exposed to at the Warriors (Vulcans). The Dogs management and players still can't understand why he was let go by the Warriors (Bluey!).
Des has instilled a culture that nurtures young blood. A case in point is Sunday's game against the Broncs; Kasiano and Graham were both out so Des opted to shape their 'middle' around Aiden Tolman with Taupau, Gavet and Payne supporting him! Notice the impeccable timing of introducing Taupau after some good set completions and territory and it resulted in a try to big Marty. It's often said that a good coach manifests itself in his players wanting to play for him. That's definitely the case at the Dogs!