Well I suppose Brad didn't have this many injuries to deal with. Lying on the floor listening to whales talking among themselves was hardly going to lead to strained anything. But I am impressed no one ever got burnt by the scented candles. So he did well there.Garns, Jacobs and VW are all perpetually injured. Tyson, Turner, Comben and Perez are injured as well but we can't say perpetually, at least not yet so that leaves Crocker and McGuiness who haven't played a game while available out of the whole squad this year.
Did that ever happen undear Brad?
I don't remember him being so wide ranging with his selections.
Re: WW why risk him, Rhyce has seen all he needs to see get him cherry ripe for next seasonPretty bloody disappointed that Walker is omitted. Could understand it if he was listed as managed, he ran his guts out and was cramping with 5 minutes to go, but omitted?
I suppose though that considering his injury history, Shaw probably hasn't seen any recent competitive football from him whatsoever (ever?), so might not have had him in any of his future/current plans at all. Was listening to his press conference as I was typing the rest of the post out and that it seems like that might be the case lol: "Saw young will walker get back after so long out of the game last week, and it was fantastic to see him out there, we feel as though we've found something there and feel as though we can do something in the future"
Dissapointed Kyron isn't back yet, can't help but wonder if we're foxing and he is actually injured.
Larkey and LDU being straight back in are massive ticks.
Glad Durdin is getting a shot, but man we have some mega height in the backline. Surely Walker goes forward, or we end up resting he or Taz?
Overall, bit disappointed we didn't rotate more blokes during this 3 week block if I'm being honest. Hope we don't pay a price for that.
Emergencies are Walker, Hosie, Murphy, Tommy C. Do we have any idea who traveled?
I'm right behind you on WW
Speedy I'm not 100% sure that winning is currently our main objective. he'll be 33 at seasons launch in 21.Higgins named half-forward again. Line-ups don't mean much but he has spent less time in the middle this year. It must be a Shaw thing.
I find it a bit perplexing. Higgo down on his normal output.
The Kangaroos' structure at either end will be a point of fascination, given Rhyce Shaw's team is suddenly loaded with talls and has a number of swingmen.We definitely have the capacity to score more, but it will be all about the mids & taking the opportunities.
I'm content just to see more youth development.
I'm sure they will keep that game in mind when deciding. They might even consider that Sunday is a missed opportunity for goldy to atone.