Albie came on and they got on top and went bang, bang, bang, ran hard, offloads, didn’t have to do any tackling which suits him!
Played poor old Nightingale in the back row for most of the game, was horrible, must have got 5 tries down his side, good reminder that even though Ken and Manu are much bigger, converting wingers for funsies in the middle of a season is not a great idea.
i think it was more a planned idea of holding him back until he got his first run against a tiring side. Knowing Bellamy he probably was told just to cart it up with a few hard runs and get blooded as a Storm player. I would think that he wont get to many opportunities like that where he is playing a team with their 4 best forwards out and coming on in the 50th (?) minute.Yup he's in a Storm environment with all their expectations etc.
Good for him.
Yeah the flashbacks to Anzac day were freaky.At the end there I was having flashbacks to Anzac Day when the Storm just kept scoring.
They are so lethal when it all clicks. To have 6 players out with Origin and not miss a beat is pretty impressive.
Somebody surely has to snare one of Croft, Jacks or Hughes pretty soon.
the storm were the team at home.Yeah the flashbacks to Anzac day were freaky.
Glad they got it out of their system....they cant do it every week....maybe two of three times a year....there is a theme there....bullying the teams on top ( Dragons Warriors respectively) at home.
Got go admire that about them....bullying the big dogs.
They're definitely not a team you want to meet on Grand Final day.
You guys are too smart. I took it on myself to go see the ISP Team on Saturday to witness some effort. Duh??you did one day better than me, didnt watch another game and only just cme back to the forum, warriors ruin my mental health. Then i also had to see canberra get a win so i cant even feel good about stickys misery.