General Cant Find nothing-re updates.

da mad maori

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I see the Warriors site was upgraded today, but nobody there is giving updates. Pretty slack I reckon. I will email Wayne on monday to see if we can get something done for next weekend.

Has anybody else got any news on how the games going.
 

Jesbass_old

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Nope. Nada. It's easier when it's a home game - just get ol' Jesbass to give us updates via text! :p

Overseas matches are more difficult to track.
 

KeepingTheFaith_old

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I've looked everywhere guys. Living in QLD I was hoping they may give updates during the radio call for the Reds V Crusaders game. Nope, nothing, nada.
 

KeepingTheFaith_old

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In earlier trials the Eels beat the Storm 30-24 with Jeremy Smith and Marcus Perenara playing leading roles.

The Sharks also beat the Dogs 34-30 and Souths retained the Charity shield with a 14-12 win over the Dragons, but still no sign of the Warriors match.
 

Ronnie_7_old

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Yeah same here. Looked everywhere. MSN'd it, Yahoo'd it, Googled it, Australian Newspaper searched it everything and still came up with NOTHING. Anyone know someone who might know some one that might get a text from someone saying the score?LOL
 

KeepingTheFaith_old

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I've got a friend who's stationed in Cairns with the navy, but she sailed out about a week ago. Bad timing, damn navy.
 

KeepingTheFaith_old

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Broncos beat Raiders 28-20 with Tame Tupou scoring 3 tries. Getting closer to a result. The Warriors game must be the only one left.
 

KeepingTheFaith_old

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Apparently the Roosters have beaten Manly and Panthers fans are very confused as to why their almost full strength side is getting it handed to them by a half strength Knights team.
 

edguy_old

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grrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrr
fox sports have every trial match ,score on their digitil channel
apart from the Warriors vs Cowboys ................ :cry:
 

Jesbass_old

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KeepingTheFaith said:
Apparently the Roosters have beaten Manly and Panthers fans are very confused as to why their almost full strength side is getting it handed to them by a half strength Knights team.

Roosters go on point spree against Manly
Saturday, February 18, 2006



Last year, scoring points proved their downfall. But the new-look Sydney Roosters faced little trouble crossing the stripe in crafting an impressive 44-14 win against Manly at Central Coast Stadium tonight.

Looking to make an impression after losing their first two trial matches in 2005, the Roosters were never headed after new recruits Braith Anasta and Ashley Harrison helped pilot the Tricolours to a 22-4 lead at half-time.

Harrison, who scored two tries, was solid up-front as the 2006 Roosters unleashed on a strong Manly outfit harbouring hopes of a top-four finish.

But young guns Jamie Soward - who starred in the second half - Steve Meredith, Shane Shackleton and classy winger Joel Monaghan impressed as Ricky Stuart's troops cast aside memories of their 2005 campaign.

English star Adrian Morley was also dominant up-front, while Anasta and Harrison were solid in their maiden appearances in the red, white and blue.

Catch the star-studded Roosters all year at Aussie Stadium with a 2006 Season Ticket!

SYDNEY ROOSTERS 44 (Ashley Harrison 2, Sam Perrett, Chris Flannery, Jamie Soward, Anthony Tupou, Michael Lett, Shane Shackleton tries; Amos Roberts 6 goals) defeated MANLY SEA EAGLES 14 at Central Coast Stadium, Gosford; Saturday, February 18th, 2006.

The Roosters now head to WIN Stadium to take on premiership favourites the Dragons, who were humbled 14-12 in their first hit-out in the Charity Shield by Souths tonight. Get your tickets here!
 

KeepingTheFaith_old

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Panthers fans are a lot happier as their team has won 38-30.

That completes every trial match for tonight....................EXCEPT THE WARRIORS!!

Possibly because the game started later to counter the Cairns summer heat.
 

KeepingTheFaith_old

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A very concerning trend coming out of the first 2 trials for the Warriors. 22-0 against the Raiders just after halftime and 20-0 down against the Cowboys at halftime. Against the Raiders we won the 2nd half 16-6 and against the Cowboys 10-6, but these starts aren't good enough even if it is only a trial.
 

Jesbass_old

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Kiwi winger Manu Vatuvei and new prop George Tuakura produced tries in an improved second half display by the Vodafone Warriors in their NRL trial against the North Queensland Cowboys in Cairns on Saturday night.
As they did against Canberra last Sunday, the Vodafone Warriors conceded a significant half-time lead, this time falling 20-0 behind at the break.
The 2005 beaten NRL grand finalists opened with a double to veteran centre Paul Bowman, both tries unconverted to give the Cowboys an 8-0 lead after the first quarter.
In the next 20 minutes, two more tries followed, the first to halfback Brett Firman after a bust up the middle and the second to Queensland Origin fullback Matt Bowen. Johnathan Thurston converted both for a 20-0 lead.
It was into the third quarter that the Vodafone Warriors finally registered points, huge Kiwi winger Manu Vatuvei crossing for a try Tony Martin was unable to convert. That made it 20-4 at threequarter time.
The Cowboys stretched their advantage to 22 points when centre Ty Williams regathered a charged down kick for his side's fifth try, Thurston again with the conversion.
Late in the match Tuakura picked up his first try for the club. Martin piloted the conversion over to complete a second 40 minutes in which the Vodafone Warriors finished 10-6 ahead.
Match details:
VODAFONE WARRIORS 10 (Manu Vatuvei, George Tuakura tries; Tony Martin conversion).
NORTH QUEENSLAND 26 (Paul Bowman 2, Brett Firman, Matt Bowen, Ty Williams tries; Johnathan Thurston 3 conversions).
Halftime: 20-0.
 

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