For starters we aren't just any wooden spoon team so you can't use that scenario. It's ridiculous to do so.
We have played all 10 of our 10 returning senior players, 8 are in team now. Which will be back to 7 once Parish returns from injury & Howlett out.
We also have 2 experienced players recruited from other sides last year in the team in Stewart and Green.
So that's 9 physically mature currently seen as best 22 players that no other wooden spoon side would have happen the next year.
And given our good injury run really haven't had any opportunity to be forced into blooding first year players ahead of them actually being ready.
In any case back to Conor.
He has developed really well after what 3yrs and is now at a point where he is about to entrench himself in the side in a vital area of need.