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    Posted: 02 Jun 2020 at 12:38
The rugby paper have come up with their team of this past season
https://www.therugbypaper.co.uk/features/36844/trps-national-two-south-team-of-the-season/
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I am not usually a fan of the annual TRP dream team, but I think this is a pretty good one......hard to argue with a lot of the selections......though I think many fans might have an argument that their own no8 might be a more impactful player than the Bournemouth lad, though good luck to him and it is a brave pick.

I do wonder how many of these lads will still be at their clubs next year.....quite a few might be tempted to a higher level, with Fraser and Sumpter obvious examples to me.  I hope they all stay and help to light up Nat2S again next season, but would be surprised if that is uniformly the case. 

Let us hope we have some rugby to watch sometime soon (ish).
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Originally posted by Darth Raider Darth Raider wrote:

I am not usually a fan of the annual TRP dream team, but I think this is a pretty good one......hard to argue with a lot of the selections......though I think many fans might have an argument that their own no8 might be a more impactful player than the Bournemouth lad, though good luck to him and it is a brave pick.

I do wonder how many of these lads will still be at their clubs next year.....quite a few might be tempted to a higher level, with Fraser and Sumpter obvious examples to me.  I hope they all stay and help to light up Nat2S again next season, but would be surprised if that is uniformly the case. 

Let us hope we have some rugby to watch sometime soon (ish).


Certainly Dan Lee's leadership was a major influence here at Taunton
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A fit Liam Perkins from Worthing would walk into it. Alas it's reported he's off to Petersfield of London 3, some 4 levels drop in class. Lucky Petersfield!



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Originally posted by Truwblue Truwblue wrote:

A fit Liam Perkins from Worthing would walk into it. Alas it's reported he's off to Petersfield of London 3, some 4 levels drop in class. Lucky Petersfield!



I seriously hope you are wrong - excellent player, unfortunately missed a lot of last 2 seasons.
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https://www.portsmouth.co.uk/sport/other-sport/former-us-portsmouth-rfc-coach-joins-newly-promoted-petersfields-set-2870738
Raider...a bit of ambiguity on the dates for playing/coaching


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Originally posted by Truwblue Truwblue wrote:


https://www.portsmouth.co.uk/sport/other-sport/former-us-portsmouth-rfc-coach-joins-newly-promoted-petersfields-set-2870738
Raider...a bit of ambiguity on the dates for playing/coaching



Hopefully Good news for WRFC!
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It says Perkins will play this coming season then retire....or maybe he will re-think having missed half of this curtailed season?
Although it does not state it I would think when he stops playing at Worthing he will stop playing and just coach Petersfield...not be player/coach
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote Wigwam Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 08 Jun 2020 at 15:27
 
Petersfield have been good enough to help him attain his coaching levels. Injuries and C19 permiting he has no intention of retiring from playing at the moment and yes a player / coach role is likely at some point in the future. 
 
 
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Personally I was very surprised not to see Brad Barnes, from Clifton at 10. Fantastic kicker, solid in Defense and really marshalls the heavy Clifton pack around. 

On a side note very good on the beers after the game too
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote Clueless like most Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 18 Jun 2020 at 11:21
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Originally posted by Boom Boom Barno Boom Boom Barno wrote:

Personally I was very surprised not to see Brad Barnes, from Clifton at 10. Fantastic kicker, solid in Defense and really marshalls the heavy Clifton pack around. 

On a side note very good on the beers after the game too

Great bit of self-promotion! LOLLOL
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