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Pick Your Team 2022 Rnd 13 - Manly vs Warriors

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Promotions?
Demotions?
Any new injury concerns?
Any returning players?
Any tweaks to the bench?

Discuss...
 
1- Athurs

2- Montoya
3- Pompey
4- Vailea
5- Dallin Watene-Zelezniak

6- Walsh
7- Volkman

8- Harris
9- Lussick
10- Ben Murdoch-Masila
11- Aitken
12- Murchie
13- Tevaga

14- Otukolo
15- Afoa
16- Pene
17- Katoa

That's pretty much the team that I would was going to suggest. Maybe - and just maybe- Chanel Harris-Tavita at the back if we were going to give him another shot?
But I agree with Arthars. Not that I know that much about him but he's listed as a fullback.
I want to see some change in our key positions so that hopefully when we get some ball we can do more than shuffle it on. Or drop it
 
That's pretty much the team that I would was going to suggest. Maybe - and just maybe- Chanel Harris-Tavita at the back if we were going to give him another shot?
But I agree with Arthars. Not that I know that much about him but he's listed as a fullback.
I want to see some change in our key positions so that hopefully when we get some ball we can do more than shuffle it on. Or drop it
The reason I didn't pick Chanel Harris-Tavita is because I don't want anyone in the team who's head is not in the game.

Shaun Johnson has had plenty of opportunity to lead the side to victory and he hasn't offered enough.

If our season is gone I'd like to try Walsh and Volkman. Things always happen when Walsh comes to the line - usually sets up a try. You always feel like anything is possible. With Shaun Johnson you feel more like something will go wrong e.g. kick go too far, ineffective.
 
1- R Berry
2- E Kosi
3- V Vailea
4- D Asi
5- J Ratuva
6- R Walsh
7- R Volkman
8- L Finau
9- F Lussick
10- V Kepu
11- E Katoa
12- J Curran (c)
13- O Kepu
14- T Otukolo
15- G Smith
16- T Harris
17- J Tevaga

This season is a wrap, may as well get as many games under the belts of our young guys to set us up for the future 🤷‍♂️
Considering Finau has only played 2 games all year & is yet to even play against men I don't think we'll see him starting at Prop in the NRL anytime soon
 

Sea Eagles v Warriors: Foran to steer ship; Egan, Sironen on track​

AuthorNRL.comTimestampMon 30 May 2022, 04:01 PM
Skipper Daly Cherry-Evans and champion fullback Tom Trbojevic are missing but 4 Pines Park has proved a fortress in 2022 and the Manly faithful are sure to be out in force again.
Des Hasler's men are three from three at their spiritual home having taken care of the Bulldogs, Titans and Wests Tigers but this may be their toughest test with DCE in Morons camp, Turbo gone for the season and the Warriors unaffacted by Origin commitments.

The home win against the Tigers in round nine has been followed by losses to the Broncos, Eels and Storm - the first time since the opening month of the 2021 season that Manly have lost three straight.
The Warriors also find themselves in a slump having dropped four on the trot and they are crying out for big guns Shaun Johnson and Reece Walsh to put their stamp on the game and produce some magic in enemy territory.

Key match-up​

Reuben Garrick v Reece Walsh: The ever reliable Garrick ran for 220 metres and had four tackle breaks against the Storm in yet another reminder of his value to the Sea Eagles in Turbo's absence. A prolific tryscorer (50) and pointscorer (714) in his 82 career games, Garrick goes about his job with a minimum of fuss and fanfare. In stark contrast, Walsh is constantly in the spotlight, expected to come up with miracle plays and highlight reel moments every week. After scoring nine tries in 16 games in his debut season the 19-year-old is yet to find the stripe in 2022 but a breakout game could be just around the corner.


Stat Attack​

The Sea Eagles and Warriors sit 13th and 16th in the NRL for tackle breaks after 12 rounds. Haumole Olakau'atu is Manly's best with 41 tackle breaks in their total of 342 while fullback Reece Walsh's 49 is the clear standout in the Warriors' tally of 295, the lowest in the competition.

Match: Sea Eagles v Warriors​

ROUND 13 - SATURDAY 4TH JUNE
9:35pm
Sea Eagles
Home Team
Sea Eagles
11th Position
Warriors
Away Team
Warriors
12th Position
Match odds provider: sportsbetHome Team Sea Eagles Odds
$1.60
Away Team Warriors Odds
$2.35
Venue:4 Pines Park, Sydney
 
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