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Team List Round 21 ROOSTERS v BRONCOS 32-16

Discussion in 'Sydney Roosters' started by TerryGaines, Jul 27, 2016.

  1. TerryGaines

    TerryGaines Voider of Warranties

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    7.50pm Thursday at Allianz Stadium

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    1 Blake Ferguson
    2 Daniel Tupou
    3 Dale Copley
    4 Shaun Kenny-Dowall
    5 Latrell Mitchell
    6 Connor Watson
    7 Mitchell Pearce
    8 Isaac Liu
    9 Jake Friend
    10 Dylan Napa
    11 Boyd Cordner
    12 Mitchell Aubusson
    13 Sio Siua Taukeiaho.

    Interchange: 14 Sam Moa 15 Aidan Guerra 16 Ryan Matterson 17 Kane Evans 18 Chris Smith

    * Jared Waerea-Hargreaves will miss Thursday’s clash with the Broncos due to a minor leg injury. Isaac Liu takes his place, with Chris Smith named 18th man. Rest of the side is unchanged.


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    1 Darius Boyd
    2 Corey Oates
    3 Tom Opacic
    4 James Roberts
    5 Lachlan Maranta
    6 Anthony Milford
    7 Ben Hunt
    8 Jarrod Wallace
    9 Andrew McCullough
    10 Adam Blair
    11 Alex Glenn
    12 Matt Gillett
    13 Corey Parker.

    Interchange: 14 Herman Ese’ese 15 Tevita Pangai Jr 16 Jai Arrow 17 Joe Ofahengaue 18 Jaydn Su’A

    * Matt Gillett has been named for a Broncos return this week but still has to prove his fitness ahead of Thursday’s clash with the Roosters. Sam Thaiday and Josh McGuire have been ruled out through suspension. Herman Ese’ese comes on to the bench while Jaydn Su’A is 18th man. Tom Opacic named at centre.
     
  2. TerryGaines

    TerryGaines Voider of Warranties

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    That didn't do my tips any good.
     
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    Talk about hitting the wall.
     
  5. stanleyg

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    As I said the rorters have been playing well but just couldn't win a game.
    Robbo would have nothing to complain about last nights win but he would have gone off big time if it was his side that had that try disallowed for a double movement.
    Last night they played well and deserved their win. Cordner was their best forward while Copley stuck it to his old club.

    The Broncs will play themselves back into form against the Dragons.
     
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    Better team won on the night.

    Broncos just lack any heart. Too many dumb decisions.

    Bunker decision was a joke. Can't wait for the NRL to spin this.
     
  7. moto748

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    The Broncs don't look like a side coached by a tactical genius. They look like a side that totally lost its way and its confidence.

    I don't usually join in the moans about the Bunker, which I think generally works very well (if we had a system half as good in SL I'd be delighted), but that no-try decision was a disgrace.
     

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