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NHRU: Blacks place faith in rookie partnership

ONE has played a handful of games at five-eighth, the other has played a handful of games of rugby – full stop.
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But Maitland coach Bob Tynan is confident Jordy Lantry and league convert Sean Driver can combine to help the Blacks continue their winning start to the Newcastle and Hunter Rugby Union season against Merewether Carlton at Townson Oval today.

Regular No.10 Ryan McCormack had arthroscopic surgery last week after sustaining a knee injury in the 22-7 win over University in round one.

Lantry, a former NSW Country colt, had played all of his dozen or so first-grade games in the outside backs before the last round.

‘‘Jordy is probably more suited to being a bit wider, but he played 10 in colts and is a strong, solid boy,’’ Tynan said.

‘‘He plays a very direct style, which suits us.’’

Driver, a personal trainer, is in his first season at the Blacks after a rugby league career that included stints at the Knights, Cessnock and Erina.

He was drafted into the Newcastle representative squad but didn’t make the cut for the Country Championship. ‘‘Sean is slowly but surely finding his feet,’’ Tynan said.

‘‘It has taken him a couple of games. You have to remember he has had 7 games of rugby and a different No.10 every time he has played.

‘‘The enthusiasm is there, the training is there.

‘‘Each game he has showed a little bit extra.’’

Experienced halfback Jono O’Toole returns from a hamstring injury, which should make life easier for the midfield duo, and James Johnston deputises as skipper in the absence of Dan Runchell.

The Blacks followed their victory over the Students with a grinding 7-6 win over Easts.

Merewether, after going down 10-9 to Southern Beaches in the season opener, bounced back with an 36-7 triumph over Uni.

‘‘Merewether down there; it wouldn’t matter if they put their reserve grade team on the park, it will be tough,’’ Tynan said. ‘‘They like to spread the ball, whereas our strength is the forward pack.

‘‘That’s how it has been for a lot of years. But you can’t win every game by going up the middle. We still think we have firepower out wide and plan to play an expansive game. We won’t put the hand brake on or anything like that.’’

Pat Ireland returns at No.8 for Merewether, but skipper Mick Gill (calf) is still a week away after pulling up sore from training on Tuesday.

Billy Dunn is also out, forcing Adam Nolan from the side of the scrum to hooker. Mitch Frost is the new breakaway.

‘‘The breakdown is going to be key,’’ Merewether co-coach Jason Toby said.

‘‘We have to roll the sleeves up and get into it. They have a very strong back row, but we have been doing a fair bit of work on the tackle contest.

‘‘The aggression and enthusiasm is there; it is just our technique which we have to improve. We like to play with a bit of width, but you have to win the ball first.’’

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