Yeah I noticed that comment about the processes too, and nearly had a coronary. How many generations of players have we gone through over the years in an attempt to find guys who can both remember the plans and carry them out? And now we've got players saying "Hey, wait a moment, if we stick to our processes..."Was interesting hearing a few players (and stace) talking about trusting the process, sticking to process, i really think we saw that in the 2nd half.
Prior to that the players honestly looked like they didn't know what the f##k to do at times.
i may be talking bollocks but it looked to me like the team realised that if they stick to "the process" (i.e a gameplan/structure/strategy) they go a long way to winning or giving themselves every chance to at least compete.
just to further illustrate your point the first 3 kick returns were all run by Gavet resulting in being awarded 2 penalties and a quick play the ball on the back great yards. Getting over the advatage line and putting the opposition on the back foot is key and those players are doing itInterestingly looking at Gavet's stats for the game, they suggest he played a better game against the Dragons. No tackle breaks either?! Goes to show that stats don't necessarily show the full picture because you can't quantify how well he both bent the line and his play the ball speed which was how we won that game. The entire game plan is resultant on the forwards giving punch and a super quick play the ball. The Dragons have realised that and they have a far better forward pack so therefore are able to execute exceptionally well. As much as I hate to say it, this makes Lisone so important because of the energy he plays with.
Teams that play a faster tempo with forwards cycling the ball at speed are going to be the ones winning this year.
Sent you a link bro in pmunfortunately my source to watch games dried up this weekend and may have been terminated. So all i get to go on is the commentary on here.
So the number one take out of this weeks game is: Man the warriors fans were desperately in need of a win.
The more the win the more the crowds will build.Hope against Parramatta there is a much bigger crowd. The warriors should be able to attract 15-16k every home game.
sol and ken? yeah nah. should be forson shaun and keiran. now thats a bromance you can day dream abouthttps://www.nrl.com/who-is-your-clubs-power-couple/tabid/10874/newsid/105311/default.aspx
Lol, they are really stupid
He would have fit in well if the rumours about the Warriors being interested in him.Reminds me of a story about Rene Ranger at training for Northland, practicing a draw and pass backline move - the idea was that Ranger would create a huge gap by drawing defenders, and flick a pass off to a group of forwards to rumble the ball up and set up the next phase. It took him a while to get the hang of it, because as he was doing the move he'd usually spot half a gap and try to run through it, or 'fooled' the defenders with a dummy pass.