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Team List Round 5 ROOSTERS V WARRIORS 28-32

Discussion in 'Sydney Roosters' started by TerryGaines, Mar 30, 2016.

  1. TerryGaines

    TerryGaines Voider of Warranties

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    - SUN 3 APR, 2PM, CENTRAL COAST

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    1 Latrell Mitchell
    2 Daniel Tupou
    3 Brendan Elliot
    4 Blake Ferguson
    5 Shaun Kenny-Dowall
    6 Jayden Nikorima
    7 Jackson Hastings
    8 Sam Moa
    9 Jake Friend (c)
    10 Dylan Napa
    11 Mitchell Aubusson
    12 Aidan Guerra
    13 Sio Siua Taukeiaho

    Interchange
    14 Isaac Liu
    15 Kane Evans
    16 Mitchell Frei
    17 Eloni Vunakece
    24 Abraham Papalii

    Coach: Trent Robinson

    The Roosters have named the same 17 men that were edged out by the Sea Eagles, though Jayden Nikorima and Aiden Guerra return to five-eighth and the back row respectively


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    1 Roger Tuivasa-Sheck
    2 Tuimoala Lolohea
    3 Blake Ayshford
    4 Solomone Kata
    5 Manu Vatuvei
    6 Shaun Johnson
    7 Jeff Robson
    8 Jacob Lillyman
    9 Issac Luke
    10 Ben Matulino
    11 Simon Mannering
    12 Ryan Hoffman (c)
    13 Albert Vete

    Interchange
    14 Jazz Tevaga
    15 Sam Lisone
    16 Charlie Gubb
    17 Konrad Hurrell

    Coach: Andrew McFadden

    The Warriors have stuck solid with the same 17 following their first win of the season in Round 4. It will be Jacob Lillyman's 150th game for the Warriors.
     
  2. TerryGaines

    TerryGaines Voider of Warranties

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    A non first grade mistake-athon between two equally clue-less teams that have yet to show themselves worthy of inclusion in this year's comp.

    To the bookies chagrin, Nodd and myself backed the chooks not to win by a dozen points or less :), but I''m just so lucky the Mt Smart 1-17 didn't ruin my tips.
     
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    Very impressed the way both side ran up some points in attack and even more impressed that despite their injury toll the Warriors hung in there to score a winning try in golden point:happy:
     
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    Entertaining enough for the neutral, but plenty of errors from both sides, as the score-line suggests. These two sides still look set to be the great under-achievers of the season.
     
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    quite right. A lot of errors from both sides but they managed to overcome them to put on an entertaining game and score points.. It was much better than a dour defensive game.
     
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    Also, I was never the biggest fan of Chad Townsend, but the NZW must be the only people on the planet who thought Jeff Robson offered more (and, to be fair, Townsend is going pretty well this season). I'll bet the Sharkies couldn't believe their luck!
     

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