Yes - halves or wing too.I think I would be trying dufty out in the halves but only in the trials.
We have a whole season to work out the 2020 halves combination.
Hunt should be in the halves though as he comes with the experience.
If Dufty had a bit more solidity and could tackle hard he would make a perfect cookie for the dragons at hooker with his speed.
Josh Kerr might be a late addition to the Indigenous side with their lack of forwards a worry.
Josh Kerr has been called into the Indigenous All Stars team as the injury replacement for Titans prop Ryan James. A proud Ngugi, Noonuckle and Geopul person of the Quandamooka nation of Stradbroke Island, Kerr played a crucial role in establishing the Dragons' Reconciliation Action Plan in 2018. This will be Kerr's maiden senior first grade appearance at any level.He has potential.
Now need to find a replacement for Barba lol.Josh Kerr has been called into the Indigenous All Stars team as the injury replacement for Titans prop Ryan James. A proud Ngugi, Noonuckle and Geopul person of the Quandamooka nation of Stradbroke Island, Kerr played a crucial role in establishing the Dragons' Reconciliation Action Plan in 2018. This will be Kerr's maiden senior first grade appearance at any level.
The Indigenous All Stars will play the Maori All Stars at Melbourne's AAMI Park on Friday, February 15.
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I think you’ll find if Lomax is on the wing he will make some great decisions in defence but also some poor ones to in big games. It’s a similar situation to Campbell Graham at Souths imo.Zac Lomax is prepared to bide his time on the wing to be part of a Dragons backline brimming with depth and versatility. Lomax, who played four NRL matches for St George Illawarra last season and earned selection as a centre for the Prime Minister’s XIII and Junior Kangaroos, grew up playing fullback but is third choice at best in his preferred position behind Gareth Widdop and Matt Dufty.
The talented 19-year-old is also battling Euan Aitken, who was last year touted as a NSW Origin contender, and Samoa international Tim Lafai for a centre berth so is likely to be chosen on the wing as Dragons coach Paul McGregor tries to accommodate his star backs.
Lomax has been training at both positions, with the retirement of Jason Nightingale and Nene Macdonald’s departure to North Queensland opening up a spot on the wing if he is not selected in the centres. At 190cm, his height would be beneficial on the wing but he is more comfortable playing centre.