You snatched Isabelle Kelly from the Roosters! She will be a good signing!The St George Illawarra Dragons have announced its 2020 NRL Telstra Women's Premiership squad following the completion of all necessary paperwork pertinent to player contracts and Covid-19 protocol approvals.
The Dragons' 2020 22-woman squad is headlined by the signings of Australia Jillaroos duo Steph Hancock and Isabelle Kelly, Papua New Guinea Orchids skipper Elsie Albert and the return of inaugural captain Sam Bremner.
2020 St George Illawarra Dragons' NRL Holden Women's Premiership squad:
- Elsie Albert
- Kezie Apps
- Shaylee Bent
- Teagan Berry
- Sam Bremner
- Jaime Chapman
- Keeley Davis
- Jade Etherden
- Aaliyah Fasavalu-Fa'amausili
- Steph Hancock
- Talei Holmes
- Rikeya Horne
- Ellie Johnston
- Isabelle Kelly
- Mahalia Murphy
- Georgia Page
- Christine Pauli
- Tiana Penitani
- Jessica Sergis
- Maddie Studdon
- Shakiah Tungai
- Maddison Weatherall
We have two very good centres now - with her and Jess. She look OK too ...
Thats a worry .Dragons premiership winner Jamie Soward will return to Saints as kicking coach ahead of our 2021 campaign.
One thing he could do - his kicks hit the ground more often than not - unlike kickers who seem to hit the catcher every time.Thats a worry .
Jamie could prove to be a good instructor but most only can remember him being swatted off consistently in defence and being used by the opposition to gain traction on their way to the try line.
While we now have a Coach without ties to the Dragons the support staff is being stacked with them.
2021 will be nothing if not interesting
yes our kickers seem to be drawn to the reciever with their kicks, Half the time the opposition doesnt even have to take a step to catch a kick.One thing he could do - his kicks hit the ground more often than not - unlike kickers who seem to hit the catcher every time.
I well remember some of those kicks ...yes our kickers seem to be drawn to the reciever with their kicks, Half the time the opposition doesnt even have to take a step to catch a kick.
we dont get open field position kicks or much "hang" time from our kick options.
as Jack used to say "kick it where the seagulls are".
The same can be said for a lot of our kick offs....How many go out on the full and incur a penalty back at half way.
It happens enough to be noticeable and I still remember Hornby doing it twice in one game at the gong.