Saturday, April 3, 2010

Lockyer Left with no Option: Dragons return to Old Ways

After the Broncos submission to a Todd Carney inspired Roosters outfit, it is clear to many that, Darren Lockyer's only option is to retire from Representative Football, with potentially a sendoff with the Anzac Test. It is inconceivable that Lockyer could devote time to his infant side, and still be missing as much as he would be with representative duties.

The Dragons returned to some of their old ways,
with uncharacteristic errors and ill-discipline, after being strangled by the relentless Storm. In a much hyped match-up, it was the Dragons that again failed to deliver when it was needed. The Dragons needed to lose this Melbourne Hoodoo, and they needed to bury it, instead they added to it, and gave it more legs.

However, that is the only area of upset for mine. It's early in the season and a side cannot be switched ready to go through the entire 26 week season, so every now and again we will not aim up as much as we all would like. The timing this year needs to be geared towards Sept-October and not March-April.

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