Joey was saying a while ago that it takes years for young halfback to really learn their trade. Mitch changed his game a bit this year, trying to learn when to run and when to organise, sometimes it worked and sometimes it didn't. What you hope for is that he learns from the experience and it rounds out his game as he matures. Cleary is the same and I don't think there's that much between them. Game management takes time to learn and I reckon Moses has a better temperament for it than Cleary. He's a bit more chirpy and willing to rip into his forwards and he's waaaay more skillful.