Internationals Kiwis vs Kangaroos 2018

brightman

brightman

The kiwis can pay better than tonga as it is so may e bloodlines run deep there
Bloodlines/passports, Mangere/Nukuʻalofa, tier 1t/tier2, Denver/Mt Smart, NRL/RLIF, It's all the same really good luck toppling the kangaroos..
 
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WarriorBall

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you mean when the Kiwis can afford to pay like All Blacks..

Ah okay the kid has Tongan heritage, I wasn't aware, I guess if he ends up going to rugby it means he'll eventually want to play for the Tongan national rugby team then won't he?? not the All Blacks ... lol

I'm sure I saw a bloke the other day with an old cut up Kiwis jersey trying to buff a crusty piece of bird shit off his car, the NZRL are at ground zero atm and have a mountain of work ahead of them to restore Kiwi pride.
 
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shuffle

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I’m gutted there’s no Small Office Building on the team sheet. Is he injured? Surely not out of favour!!
 
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Tony Martin

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NAS was in a moon boot after the game. So I would say ruled out.
 
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WarriorBall

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I'd run with.

1. Dallin Watene-Zelezniak
2. Jordan Rapana
3. Esan Marsters
4. Joseph Manu
5. Jamayne Isaako
6. Jahrome Hughes
7. Shaun Johnson
8. Jared Waerea-Hargreaves
9. Brandon Smith
10. Jesse Bromwich
11. Joeseph Tapine
12. James Fisher-Harris
13. Adam Blair

14. Kodi Nikorima
15. Martin Taupau
16. leeson Ah-Mau
17 Isaac Liu

No Tohu Harris, NAS, Roger Tuivasa-Sheck, Luke or Whare ( is he injured??). The squad could still be significantly strengthened but I'm comfortable with selectors decisions considering.
 
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Paulo24

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Pretty good team, I don’t think there’s much better, maybe NAS and Roger Tuivasa-Sheck are the only ones to definitely come if they weren’t injured. Man we need another quality half, two fearsome big boppers (one being NAS) and a devastating strike centre. Anyway we support our kiwi boys.
 
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WarriorBall

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KANGAROOS SQUAD

Daly Cherry-Evans
Damien Cook
Reagan Campbell-Gillard
Boyd Cordner
Tyson Frizell
Val Holmes
Ben Hunt
Greg Inglis (c)
Felise Kaufusi
David Klemmer
Josh McGuire
Jordan McLean
Latrell Mitchell
Cameron Munster
Tyrone Peachey
James Tedesco
Jake Trbojevic
Tom Trbojevic
Aaron Woods
 
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bruce

bruce

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KANGAROOS SQUAD

Daly Cherry-Evans
Damien Cook
Reagan Campbell-Gillard
Boyd Cordner
Tyson Frizell
Val Holmes
Ben Hunt
Greg Inglis (c)
Felise Kaufusi
David Klemmer
Josh McGuire
Jordan McLean
Latrell Mitchell
Cameron Munster
Tyrone Peachey
James Tedesco
Jake Trbojevic
Tom Trbojevic
Aaron Woods
We can handle that team, no sweat.
 
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gREVUS

gREVUS

Long live the Rainbows and Butterflies
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KANGAROOS SQUAD

Daly Cherry-Evans
Damien Cook
Reagan Campbell-Gillard
Boyd Cordner
Tyson Frizell
Val Holmes
Ben Hunt
Greg Inglis (c)
Felise Kaufusi
David Klemmer
Josh McGuire
Jordan McLean
Latrell Mitchell
Cameron Munster
Tyrone Peachey
James Tedesco
Jake Trbojevic
Tom Trbojevic
Aaron Woods
will that be the same team that runs out against the tongans a week later?
 
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WarriorBall

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We can handle that team, no sweat.

They still have quality in their key positions but yep they are significantly weakened without Cameron, Slater, Cronk, Thurston and to a lesser extent Maloney and possibly Munster (suspension).

It'll be a very different looking Kangaroos side this year, they have a hit out against PNG next weekend.
 
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Stalefish540

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They still have quality in their key positions but yep they are significantly weakened without Cameron, Slater, Cronk, Thurston and to a lesser extent Maloney and possibly Munster (suspension).

It'll be a very different looking Kangaroos side this year, they have a hit out against PNG next weekend.
They may be weakened but we will have penis hands Dallin Watene-Zelezniak at fullback, a young Hughes at 6, princess at 7 and Smith at 9 with Niko likely 14, or worse yet Niko at 6 and Kbrom at 14.

Forwards may lay a good platform, but we could easily come unhinged by our spine.
 
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KANGAROOS SQUAD

Daly Cherry-Evans
Damien Cook
Reagan Campbell-Gillard
Boyd Cordner
Tyson Frizell
Val Holmes
Ben Hunt
Greg Inglis (c)
Felise Kaufusi
David Klemmer
Josh McGuire
Jordan McLean
Latrell Mitchell
Cameron Munster
Tyrone Peachey
James Tedesco
Jake Trbojevic
Tom Trbojevic
Aaron Woods
1.Teddy
2. T. Turb
3. Latrell
4. GI
5. Holmes
6. Munster
7. Cherry
8. Klemmer
9. Cook
10. Woods
11. Cordner
12. Frizz
13. McGuire

14. Hunt
15. J. Turbo
16. McLean
17. RCG/Kaufusi
 
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Sup42

Sup42

Have we ever had such depth in the halves at the junior level before looking at the Junior Kiwis squad. You've got CTH, Turner from the Warriors. Dylan Brown from the eels, Dean Blore from the Panthers. Then you've got the likes of dre ngatui-woe from the Broncos who played for the Kiwis u18 team last season. Then lastly you have Kaeo Weeks, a 'Mozzie' who plays for Manly, played SOO for NSW u16s this year and won the Harold Matthews como this year. Manly have big raps on him.
We've not seen that level of depth ever. Adding that line up to the Nikorima bros Shaun Johnson and Hughes....wow.....
 
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WarriorBall

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They may be weakened but we will have penis hands Dallin Watene-Zelezniak at fullback, a young Hughes at 6, princess at 7 and Smith at 9 with Niko likely 14, or worse yet Niko at 6 and Kbrom at 14.

Forwards may lay a good platform, but we could easily come unhinged by our spine.

So true and yet I feel strangely confident lol.
 
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