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The Warriors looked way bigger units!
Speaking of size.
Have a look at the size of the 10 in the Raiders Ball team. Looks like Shannon Boyd playing against 12 yo kids. Must have actual Viking blood in him.
He’s a whopper.
Interestingly the Rabbits dwarfed the Tigers in their trial two weeks ago.
Their wings/centre’s in particular are actually pretty big humans.
That approach - i.e., bringing the returning player back to the team through the bench - makes complete sense following a win. As reflected in various comments above, it means not changing a winning team, it rewards good performances from the starting pack and gets Ben Peni into the 17, but makes him work for a starting spot. Different position if we got pumped last week.You got your wish Sup42 regarding young Durbin
Crazy Latu Fainu in top 30 as a 17 year old
Rd 2 Sea Eagles SG Ball Cup teamManly Media
Tue 7 Feb 2023, 02:11 PM
Manly Warringah Sea Eagles SG Ball Coach Brett Fulton has named his team to play the Warriors on Sunday, February 12.
The match will be played at Navigation Home Stadium, Pukekohe. Kick-off 12pm (NZ time).
Sea Eagles team1 Lehi Hopoate
2 Maxwell Taotua
3 Teapo Stoltman
4 Koby Douglas
5 Josh Clark
6 Latu Fainu
7 Tylor Bunting ©
8 Mitchell Taotua
9 Broden Konz
10 Devante Jnr Mihinui
11 Max Hayley
12 Xavier Sofeni-Calder
13 Noa Faatui
14 Jake Fulton
15 Zedrick Tupulua
16 Hussein Anani\
21 Lenny Plati
17 Simione Laiafi
19 Jedd Pratt
Rd 2 Sea Eagles SG Ball Cup teamManly Warringah Sea Eagles SG Ball Coach Brett Fulton has named his team to play the Warriors on Sunday, February 12.www.seaeagles.com.au
Rd 2 SG Ball Preview vs WarriorsWayne Cousins
Thu 9 Feb 2023, 04:36 PM
It will be an early pressure cooker test for the Manly Warringah Sea Eagles in Pukekohe on Sunday.
The Sea Eagles take on the Warriors at Navigation Home Stadium (12pm NZ time) in what will be the first SG Ball Cup home game for the Warriors since last March.
Manly heads into the game on the back of a 40-18 loss to the Western Suburbs Magpies at Campbelltown Sports Stadium last Saturday.
The Warriors recorded a hard fought 10-8 win over South Sydney in round one.
Sea Eagles Coach Brett Fulton said his side was in the game for long periods against Wests but a lack of composure with the ball put pressure on their defence.
“The boys know it was a lesson that we need to hang in there and compete regardless of circumstance,’’ Fulton said ahead of the trip to New Zealand.
“We have bolstered our depleted middle stocks, welcoming back Raymond Lole, who was a part of our Harold Matthews Cup grand final winning team, and Simmy Laiafi from our Harold Matthews squad for this week’s game.
“Both are big bodies. We are confident they will assist in strengthening up our middle.
“The boys are excited to get across the ‘ditch’ and test themselves against a strong Warriors outfit.
“The Warriors are a powerful side and we will have to be on our game in both attack and defence to nullify their roll.”
Rd 2 SG Ball Preview vs WarriorsIt will be an early pressure cooker test for the Manly Warringah Sea Eagles in Pukekohe on Sunday.www.seaeagles.com.au
I heard that NSWRL were to live atream all the games on their face book page, could start thereI assume todays game isn’t being showed live anywhere?
I heard that NSWRL were to live atream all the games on their face book page, could start there
Sorry mate to give you wrong infoI assume todays game isn’t being showed live anywhere?
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