General 2015 U20 Holden Cup Finals Footy

Who will win the Holden Cup?

  • Panthers

  • Cowboys

  • Broncos

  • Manly

  • Tigers

  • Roosters

  • Warriors

  • Raiders


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Rick O'Shay

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Defence is spelt with a capital P for Pathetic for that try.

30-22 to us
 

matiunz

This year yet?
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Warriors hold on to win 32-22
Need to keep clocked on if were gonna go further
 
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Defence

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Roosters v Warriors NYC Elimination Final preview
By Corey Rosser
Thu, Sep 10, 2015 - 07:06AM

Holden Cup Qualifying Final
Sydney Roosters v New Zealand Warriors
Allianz Stadium
Friday, 5.15pm (AEST), 7.15pm (NZT)



How We See It: The form guide says the Roosters might just be able to edge a victory out in this one, particularly given they possess more x-factor players than their opponents this week. But there is something special about the Warriors in this competition come crunch time, and they will likely be a different beast than they were through the regular season. Warriors by 10.

The bloke who wrote this must be a fortune teller- nailed it.
 

Jordan G

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We were in the 6th/7th game so we'd play the loser of 2 vs 3, whoever that was. Broncos I think? So based on that we're likely to play Broncos up in Townsville as the curtain raiser to the Cowboys game.
 

mt.wellington

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NYC FINALS | v BRONCOS
Richard Becht
Tue 15th September, 04:51PM

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Bunty Afoa during the Junior Warriors v Junior Storm match. NYC Holden Cup U20s Rugby League. Mt Smart Stadium, Auckland. New Zealand. Sunday 12 July 2015. Copyright Photo: Andrew Cornaga / www.Photosport.nz

Player of the year Bunty Afoa and standoff Ata Hingano return to the Vodafone Junior Warriors’ line-up for their sudden-death NYC semi-final against the Brisbane Broncos at 1300SMILES Stadium in Townsville on Saturday (5.00pm kick-off local time; 7.00pm NZT).

After missing the last two matches with a knee injury, front rower Afoa (19) is set to make his 50th appearance joining 13 other players who have previously achieved the milestone for the Vodafone Junior Warriors.

Afoa collected the Vodafone NYC Player of the Year and the Sonny Fai Medal at the club’s NYC awards dinner last week.

Hingano (18), named the TNT NYC Rookie of the Year, returns to the Vodafone Junior Warriors after making 10 appearances for the club’s New South Wales Cup side including its two finals matches against the Mounties and Canterbury-Bankstown. He comes in for the promising Kauri Aupouri, who was among the try-scorers in last Friday’s solid 32-22 week one finals win over the Sydney Roosters.

Afoa will take up his regular starting spot in the front row with Tualima Tualima going to the bench and wing Lewis Soosemea dropping out of the squad.

The seventh-placed Vodafone Junior Warriors face the third-ranked Broncos who lost 24-36 to the Cowboys in their week one final last week.

The Vodafone Junior Warriors and Brisbane met only once during the regular season when the 2014 premiers won 40-14 at Mount Smart Stadium in round four.

VODAFONE JUNIOR WARRIORS v BRISBANE BRONCOS

1300SMILES Stadium, Townsville
5.00pm, Saturday, September 19


VODAFONE JUNIOR WARRIORS

1 BRAD ABBEY
2 TOMAS AOAKE
3 MARATA NIUKORE
4 SEMISI TYRELL
5 PAUL ULBERG
6 ATA HINGANO
7 ERIN CLARK
8 BUNTY AFOA
9 CASEY LAFAELE
10 PAUL TULI
11 OFAHIKI OGDEN
12 MATIU LOVE-HENRY
13 JAZZ TEVAGA (c)

14 TYLER MOHI
15 MATTAIS HEIMULI
16 AMONI TUFUI
17 TUALIMA TUALIMA
18 KAURI AUPOURI

COACH | KELVIN WRIGHT

https://www.warriors.kiwi/news/2015/09/15/nyc_finals_v_broncos.html
 
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