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honkytonk

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Re: Balls on Bags
« on: Tuesday 18-Sep-2018, 08:21* »
At some point in the season (For the past few years) there have been people saying "cant see us getting anything from our next xx games, we are poor etc"  next game or so we then go and win!!!  Lets hope that happens.  Worcs, Bristol, Saints, Sale, Bath, Newcastle and us are all in the relegation mix.  Still cant see past Worcs for the drop.  Ours was never a quick fix but I have seen enough to show me that we will be fine (and depending on how quickly we move under Gustard 6th is an outside chance).  It is a big game for us this weekend in the fact that we have lost our last two but there has been positives in both defeats.  When we have got ball in hand and attacked we look dangerous.  Defence is looking more solid.  Despite not being at our best we have been in both games right up until the final play.  I think we have shown some character and desire which is always a good sign.  It looks to me as though the players are buying into what is being asked (which I don't think you can say was true of the last few years). 

Id say Gustard has some big decisions to make this week re his team. The "game changers" have performed well when they came on.  Marler, South, Bothma, Lang, Mulchrone and Laskie have all played well when on. 

AS said before, I am much more contented than I was in recent times being a Quins fan

 

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