General Finals Week 2

The 22 BEAST_old

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Post your picks here, mine are...............

Warriors 22 Tigers 21
Broncos 16 Dragons 17

And THE BEAST will play.
 
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The 22 BEAST_old

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Its not all doom and gloom, week 2 of the finals and all 3 teams are still alive!

Go THE MIGHTY VODAFONE WARRIORS!
 

Fazz_old

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On the plus side, the pressure is completely off us and we only have to win three games in a row instead of five. If the boys haven't completely lost confidence in themselves then the only negatives are Mannering and Moon probably being out tbh.
 

Jesbass_old

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Oh right.

My opinion is that it deserves to be charged. No malice, but he lifted between the legs and began to drive down. I'd say 1 week would be fair, but I don't know what - if any - carry over points he has to his name.
 

Est95_old

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When I first saw Rapiras tackle i didnt think it was that bad, but the more I see it I think he will definately miss atleast a week. Who will replace him if he does miss a week? Latimore?
 

LordGnome_old

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When I first saw Rapiras tackle i didnt think it was that bad, but the more I see it I think he will definately miss atleast a week. Who will replace him if he does miss a week? Latimore?

We are running out of players.
 

sebastian_old

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Again. I'd gamble.

It is a shame someone like Gavet didn't get a work out during the year. Now we pay. I'd still possibly play him, for the good form hes in, if nothing else.
 

Spence_old

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Latimore would be the obvious choice, he has been playing well for the Vulcans too.

I wouldn't mind seeing Gavet though.
 

jagz_old

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Rapira, Rodney free for NRL finals

Warriors front rower Sam Rapira is set to take on the Wests Tigers in Saturday's elimination NRL final despite being charged for a dangerous throw.

The New Zealand international's tackle on Brisbane hooker Andrew McCullough in Saturday night's 40-10 loss only attracted a grade one charge from the match review panel.

An early guilty plea will allow him to face the Tigers in Sydney.

Manly forward Shane Rodney was charged with a grade one careless high tackle from his team's 42-8 win over North Queensland, but will escape suspension regardless of his plea.

It means he'll be available for the Sea Eagles' preliminary final in two weeks time against the winner of Brisbane and St George Illawarra.

Rodney struck North Queensland's Cory Paterson high, however it had nothing to do with the neck injury suffered by the Cowboys forward in the same tackle.

Cowboys winger Ash Graham was charged with a grade one careless high tackle offence, but like Rodney, escapes suspension regardless of his plea.

https://www.nrl.com/rapira,-rodney-free-for-nrl-finals/tabid/10874/newsid/64760/default.aspx
 

sebastian_old

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Well, that was good news. Would've been a risk debuting Gavet. Would've never happened, unless Latimore was actually injured.

Anyway. Good for us!