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Re: Maidstone

By rwakeley4/10 00:11Sun Oct 4 00:11:53 2020In response to Maidstone

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Last week for me, we struggled to match them tactically. A high line gave them a commanding stance. Today, seeing them at the back, I thought we were in with a shout. I maintain the key take away is what we do. I think we have to impose ourselves more from playing out from the back. I thought we could have been a tad more adventurous in our play. I do think there are a few niggles at home and it's not too early to draw coclusions. Nor thy,s distributions. We win them, we progress, they dominated the air battle and launched a succession of raids. Today, the positives override. The best is clearly yet to come. The lads at ch for me were solid. Hard to tell apart in terms of perceived standard. I thought Sean played a solid all round game. We have to get more out of our wide lads. I often wonder in this instance if their starting positions is too high. I want to see these lads unleashed. Overall take, things to work on but the upside and potential of these lads is enticing. Someone is going to get a thrashing one of these days. Cracking set of lads. We are certainly on the right track. Keep at it.

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