Team List NRL 2021 Round 7 - Storm vs Warriors TEAM LIST

ChanelGucciHarris

ChanelGucciHarris

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Live look at Maumalo making a turn when the Storm kick behind him all night.
 

TheSultan

Whiteknight

Whiteknight

as we are very likely not to win this there are probably better games to blood the young guys.
Better to have as defensive a team as possible as we don’t want our for and against to tank as it is very likely to make the difference between making the 8 or not
 
Fazz

Fazz

Absolute clown show. Hayze showed so much potential last year. Then this year he couldn't even get a run with Aitken, Hiku, Pompey and Turner all out. Instead he's being shipped to Parra while a 2nd rower and fucking Montoya start.

He better have literally tried shanking somebody at training to justify not playing him during possibly our worst backs injury crisis in a decade AND shipping him to the Eels.

I hope he kicks on like iPapa to spite this stupid club.
 
Billyspleen75

Billyspleen75

Absolute clown show. Hayze showed so much potential last year. Then this year he couldn't even get a run with Aitken, Hiku, Pompey and Turner all out. Instead he's being shipped to Parra while a 2nd rower and fucking Montoya start.

He better have literally tried shanking somebody at training to justify not playing him during possibly our worst backs injury crisis in a decade AND shipping him to the Eels.

I hope he kicks on like iPapa to spite this stupid club.

C'mon man, you know its not as black and white as that.
 
Worried2Death

Worried2Death

Yeah I did hear that.

Meantime any normal day of the week a team that has a centre who played well at centre, would have him in the line up or on the bench with his utility value and the Warriors total lack of backs.

I could be wrong of course, but it looks to me like he is being censured.
Turner must be injured, was having scans on his arm this week. Looks like either Walsh or Rocco will have to debut, hopefully not both, not against Melbourne.
 
WellingtonOrca

WellingtonOrca

Injuries have forced Vodafone Warriors head coach Nathan Brown to name another new centres combination for the return of the club’s traditional Anzac Day NRL encounter with the Melbourne Storm at AAMI Park on Sunday (6.15pm kick-off local time; 8.15pm NZT).
Peta Hiku (shoulder) and Adam Pompey (ankle) are both side-lined after being injured during last Sunday’s gritty 20-14 win over St George Illawarra.

And Paul Turner, who came off the interchange to replace Hiku early in the contest, has also been ruled out after picking up a shoulder injury in his third NRL appearance.
With the experienced Euan Aitken still recovering from ankle surgery, Brown has turned to Marcelo Montoya again. He was shifted to the wing to replace David Fusitua against the Dragons after being used at centre against both the Sydney Roosters and Manly Warringah.
Named as the other centre is second rower Jack Murchie, who filled the role on the right edge for the last 30 minutes of the remarkable third-round clash against Canberra after Hiku left the field with a knee injury. Murchie returns to the side after missing the match against the Dragons.

Right winger Fusitu'a (hamstring) returns from a one-game absence while second rower Bayley Sironen is also back after being out with a shoulder complaint the last two rounds.


Another significant selection sees 18-year-old rookie Reece Walsh listed on an extended bench which features two other teenagers in outside back Rocco Berry (19) and hooker Taniela Otukolo (18) alongside the only player among them with any NRL experience in middle forward Tom Ale, the senior player at 22 with just two first-grade games to his name.


Walsh, who joined the club in Terrigal a week ago, scored a try in his first outing for the club’s feeder club Redcliffe in the Intrust Super Cup on Sunday.


The established Vodafone Warriors-Melbourne Anzac Day fixture returns after being cancelled in the wake of Covid-19 pandemic last year.


The Vodafone Warriors head into the match sitting in eighth spot on the ladder with a three win-three loss record while the Storm, after losing two of their first three matches, are fourth on eight points.




The last time the two sides met on Anzac Day an injury-ravaged Vodafone Warriors pushed Melbourne all the way before losing 12-13 in contentious circumstances.


After holding an impressive record against the Storm for a number of years, the Vodafone Warriors have lost the last nine contests on end since winning 28-14 at Mount Smart Stadium in 2015.
 

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