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    Quote Originally Posted by Stiff 2G View Post
    I think Gordon Tallis as the most ferocious runner of the Ball (before his Neck Surgery) and Adrian Morley as the most ferocious defender. Imagine those two standing in front of you
    Ruben Wiki was great to watch, so tough and hard for a smaller Prop, but all Maori's and Islanders are hard nuts.

    Thoughts @simo74 @bannedgerry @Timeah

    Barrie McDermott says Moz couldn't fight his way out of a paper bag. When your that tough punches make you laugh. Check out this clip about Moz, hilarious

    https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=4qfhNK5la2k
    Its hard to say who was the hardest runner of the ball considering the thousands? of 1st grade players. Run meters and counting tackles broken is only a recent phenomenon and so far its a penrith winger leading the run metres overall. How do u measure it? Probably the only way would be to conduct a survey of players in the NRL and ask them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Stiff 2G View Post
    That's the thing about Ellery: he'd Squat and Deadlift a bit to be such a strong runner, but he had speed as well.
    He was only 90 odd kgs but obviously very strong. You know i like to know how strong rugby and league players are in the gym but the net only offers snippets of this and that,i guess its something coaches wanna keep quiet. Marty Taupau deadlifting 300 kgs a few years back is an indication these guys could compete in powerlifting no problemo. I know the strength and conditioning coach of a reasonably good provincial team and they can lift good tin. I worked with a provincial halfback in the bush for a short time and he was only small(around 70 kgs) but could bench 130 for reps as well as work furiously every day for hours on end. Thats not including the running aspect,being fast over short distances and the ability to recover quickly and do it multiple times. I watch All Black videos and they do this and that.
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    The Teams keep those things somewhat of a secret, guess so Players can't be targeted.
    There are NO weight divisions in the Jungle. As long as your still fast enough and skillful enough.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Stiff 2G View Post
    The Teams keep those things somewhat of a secret, guess so Players can't be targeted.
    There are NO weight divisions in the Jungle. As long as your still fast enough and skillful enough.
    Its a running sport first. No point being able to bench 200 kgs if u cant run.

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    "Lethal" Leigh Matthews was probably recognised as the toughest Aussie Rules player of all time but a lot of his stuff were cheap shots

    https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=i3usWhXxITA

    When the Brisbane Lions won those 3 Premierships in a row and Leigh Matthews was Coach, the Lions were the toughest Team in the Comp, they'd bash teams. Even Alistair Lynch thought he could fight LMAO

    https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=cSlfPwaUG4Y

    Throwing like a couple drunks

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    Martin Lang. He wasn't naturally built for the Front Row, but every hit up he'd be putting his Body and Brain on the line. He'd get smashed, he'd turn around and take another hit up and do it all over again. I'd reckon his Mother would cry watching every match.

    That's the kinda Teammate you'd bleed for. Respect.


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    Good player.
    He was a hard khunt.
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    Quote Originally Posted by bannedgerry View Post
    im bigger than Toovey,but not as brave.
    Yep, he was always getting Hit toward the end of his career. "You take it to the line, you get hit" Greg Bird would say. Toovey more than others would take it to the line. He was Hard Kunt.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Stiff 2G View Post
    Yep, he was always getting Hit toward the end of his career. "You take it to the line, you get hit" Greg Bird would say. Toovey more than others would take it to the line. He was Hard Kunt.

    it was his defense bro,he would drop guys like Meninga with a full head of steam

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    Im a fan of Ben Ross, not the best Athlete, not naturally strong or anything but would take a beating. But watch the Penrith tacklers, holding Players down by the Neck. Gordon Tallis just come back from neck surgery, Ross pushes his Neck, then pushes Tallis in the Face twice with intent. Ida done the same thing as Gordo

    https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=gW_QE564-JQ

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