I wouldn't be surprised if we see some changes similar to 2011 next season. I'd love for it to turn out with similar results but I'll concentrate on the actual changes instead of some dream magical grand final run as the two I'll talk about coming in might add something but I doubt it would be Locke/Johnson 2011 form.How is it not sustainable? Pompey can play wing or Berry comes in at centre with Montoya moving to the wing. I would think Berry and Vailea are our long term centre choices but to start the season strong you want a dependable choice Montoya fits the bill. Wrighty just giving you examples of situations that have worked for the Wahs.
2011- Lance Hohaia started the season as the first fullback on of the season they moved Kevin Locke became the first choice FB.
Same season Brett Seymour was the starting 7. Half way through that year Shauny Johnson partnered Maloney to GF.
It seems likely listening to the coach in interviews our starting spine will be.
That is the most experienced combination and would hopefully be the best for guiding us around the field and implementing the coaches game plans. I do look at it and think something is missing or there is an opportunity there.
The fullback and the halves have question marks over them. The two that could (Metcalf and Volkman) come in would provide some youth and some speed.
It's a long season. There will be injuries and suspension. Someone could come in and take an opportunity late in the season.