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Posted by R L Winger on 03 October 2014 - 10:27 AM
1. Name the WINNING TEAM ... Rabbitohs or Bulldogs............RABBITOHS
2. Name the first PLAYER to score.............GREG INGLIS
3. Predict the HALF TIME SCORE (Rabbitohs X - X Bulldogs) 22 TO 4 RABBITOHS LEAD
4. Predict the FULL TIME SCORE (Rabbitohs X - X Bulldogs) 38 TO 32 RABBITOHS WIN
5. Tot up the two teams predicted scores and give us your predicted match POINTS TOTAL............70 POINTS
6. Poll question this week: How many tries will be scored altogether by the two teams in the game?................ 7 TO 8 TRIES
Posted by R L Winger on 31 July 2014 - 01:52 AM
Posted by R L Winger on 24 July 2014 - 02:07 AM
BRISBANE BRONCOS Vs. MELBOURNE STORM
Posted by R L Winger on 24 July 2014 - 01:26 AM
ROUND 20 TEAM LISTS
Knights v Roosters, Hunter Stadium, Friday @ 1945 (AEST)
Knights: Darius Boyd, James McManus, Dane Gagai, Joey Leilua, Akuila Uate, Jarrod Mullen, Tyrone Roberts, Kade Snowden, Adam Clydsdale, Willie Mason, Beau Scott, Robbie Rochow, Jeremy Smith.
Interchange: Travis Waddell, Korbin Sims, Adam Cuthbertson, David Fa'alogo.
Roosters: Anthony Minichiello, Nene Macdonald, Mitchell Aubusson, Shaun Kenny-Dowall, Roger Tuivasa-Sheck, James Maloney, Mitchell Pearce, Jared Waerea-Hargreaves, Jake Friend, Sam Moa, Boyd Cordner, Sonny Bill Williams, Aidan Guerra.
Interchange: Frank-Paul Nuuausala, Isaac Liu, Dylan Napa, Remi Casty
Broncos v Storm, Suncorp Stadium, Friday @ 1945 (AEST)
Broncos: Josh Hoffman, Lachlan Maranta, Dale Copley, Justin Hodges, Jordan Kahu, Ben Barba, Ben Hunt, Josh McGuire, Andrew McCullough, Corey Parker ©, Alex Glenn, Matt Gillett, Sam Thaiday.
Interchange: Jake Granville, Ben Hannant, Martin Kennedy, Todd Lowrie, Jarrod Wallace, Jack Reed, Corey Oates, Daniel Vidot (four to be omitted).
Storm: Billy Slater, Sisa Waqa, Will Chambers, Mahe Fonua, Marika Koroibete, Ben Roberts, Cooper Cronk, Jesse Bromwich, Cameron Smith ©, Bryan Norrie, Kevin Proctor, Ryan Hoffman, Ryan Hinchcliffe.
Interchange: Tim Glasby, Tohu Harris, Kenny Bromwich, Jordan McLean, Dayne Weston, Young Tonumaipea (two to be omitted).
Panthers v Sharks, Carrington Park, Saturday @ 1500 (AEST)
Panthers: Matt Moylan, Dallin Watene-Zelezniak, Dean Whare, Jamal Idris, Kevin Naiqama, Jamie Soward, Peter Wallace, Nigel Plum, James Segeyaro, Brent Kite, Bryce Cartwright, Isaah Yeo, Elijah Taylor.
Interchange: Lewis Brown, Jeremy Latimore, Adam Docker, Sam McKendry, Sika Manu (one to be omitted).
Sharks: Michael Gordon, Sosaia Feki, Jonathan Wright, Ricky Leutele, Jacob Gagan, Fa'amanu Brown, Jeff Robson, Andrew Fifita, Michael Lichaa, Bryce Gibbs, Luke Lewis, Wade Graham ©, Anthony Tupou.
Interchange: Pat Politoni, Chris Heighington, Tinarau Arona, Sam Tagataese, Tim Robinson, Matt Prior (two to be omitted).
Titans v Eels, CBus Super Stadium, Saturday @ 1730 (AEST)
Titans: Kevin Gordon, Anthony Don, James Roberts, Dave Taylor, Kalifa Faifai Loa, Brad Takairangi, Daniel Mortimer, Luke Douglas, Beau Falloon, Nate Myles, Mark Minichiello, Paul Carter, Greg Bird.
Interchange: Matthew White, Mark Ioane, Tom Kingston, Maurice Blair, Cody Nelson (one to be omitted).
Eels: Jarryd Hayne, Semi Radradra, Ryan Morgan, Willie Tonga ©, Vai Toutai, Corey Norman, Chris Sandow, Junior Paulo, Isaac De Gois, Fuifui Moimoi, Kenny Edwards, Tepai Moeroa, David Gower.
Interchange: Joseph Paulo, Peni Terepo, Pauli Pauli, Ben Smith.
Bulldogs v Cowboys, ANZ Stadium, Saturday @ 1930 (AEST)
Bulldogs: Mitch Brown, Corey Thompson, Josh Morris, Tim Lafai, Drury Low, Moses Mbye, Trent Hodkinson, Sam Kasiano, Michael Ennis, James Graham, Josh Jackson, Tony Williams, Greg Eastwood.
Interchange: Reni Maitua, Dale Finucane, Pat O'Hanlon, Lloyd Perrett, Damien Cook (one to be omitted).
Cowboys: Michael Morgan, Matthew Wright, Tautau Moga, Kane Linnett, Antonio Winterstein, Robert Lui, Johnathan Thurston ©,Ashton Sims, Rory Kostjasyn, James Tamou, Tariq Sims, Jason Taumalolo, Glenn Hall.
Interchange: Ray Thompson, Scott Bolton, Sam Hoare, John Asiata.
Tigers v Dragons, ANZ Stadium, Sunday @ 1500 (AEST)
Tigers: Mitchell Moses, Keith Lulia, Tim Simona, Chris Lawrence, Pat Richards, Blake Austin, Luke Brooks, Aaron Woods, Robbie Farah, Keith Galloway, Curtis Sironen, Bodene Thompson, Adam Blair.
Interchange: Ava Seumanufagai, Martin Tapau, Dene Halatau, James Gavet, Sauaso Sue (one to be omitted).
Dragons: Adam Quinlan, Brett Moris, Josh Dugan, Gerard Beale, Jason Nightingale, Gareth Widdop, Benji Marshall, Ben Creagh ©, Mitch Rein, Mike Cooper, Leeson Ah Mau, Joel Thompson, Jack de Belin.
Interchange: Bronson Harrison, Shane Pumpipi, Will Matthews, Jack Stockwell, Nathan Green, Charly Runciman.
Warriors v Sea Eagles, Mt Smart Stadium, Sunday @ 1600 (AEST)
Warriors: Sam Tomkins, Ngani Laumape, Konrad Hurrell, Dane Nielsen, Manu Vatuvei, Chad Townsend, Shaun Johnson, Jacob Lillyman, Nathan Friend, Sueaia Matagi, Ben Henry, Simon Mannering ©, Sebastine Ikahihifo.
Interchange: Feleti Mateo, Ben Matulino, Jayson Bukuya, Thomas Leulai, Sam Rapira (one to be omitted).
Sea Eagles: Brett Stewart, Jorge Taufua, Jamie Lyon, Steve Matai, Peta Hiku, Kieran Foran, Daly Cherry-Evans, Josh Starling, Matt Ballin, Brenton Lawrence, Anthony Watmough, Jamie Buhrer, Tom Symonds.
Interchange: Jesse Sene-Lefao, Dunamis Lui, James Hasson, Jason King.
Raiders v Rabbitohs, GIO Stadium, Monday @ 1900 (AEST)
Raiders: Anthony Milford, Reece Robinson, Jarrod Croker, Jarrad Kennedy, Sami Sauiluma, Terry Campese ©, Josh McCrone, David Shillington, Glen Buttriss, Brett White, Josh Papalii, Joel Edwards, Shaun Fensom
Interchange: Kurt Baptiste, Paul Vaughan, Dane Tilse, Shannon Boyd, Matt Allwood (one to be omitted).
Rabbitohs: Greg Inglis, Alex Johnston, Dylan Walker, Kirisome Auva'a, Bryson Goodwin, John Sutton ©, Adam Reynolds, George Burgess, Issac Luke, Dave Tyrrell, Kyle Turner, Ben Te'o, Sam Burgess.
Interchange: Luke Keary, Ben Lowe, Jason Clark, Thomas Burgess, Joe Picker, Joel Reddy (two to be omitted).
Posted by R L Winger on 27 June 2014 - 12:43 PM
Wighton's time to shine
Canberra centre Jack Wighton could be just 80 minutes away from a NSW State of Origin call-up this weekend.
With Michael Jennings out and Josh Morris battling the clock to prove his fitness, Blues coach Laurie Daley is seriously considering blooding the 21-year-old Wighton on the big stage in Origin Three.
The Blues see the aggressive Raiders centre as a long-term Origin player and he could clinch a spot with a strong showing for the Raiders against the Tigers at Campbelltown tomorrow.
Wighton has already played for Country Origin for the past two years and has the class and toughness to step up to the next level.
Warriors fed up of Locke
Warriors insiders say Kevin Locke's career at the club is over after a falling-out with club officials.
Locke has signed to play with Salford in 2015 but the Warriors were keen to use him for the remainder of the season.
But Locke earned the ire of club officials by turning out in a local league game in Auckland two weeks ago without permission and he is also in dispute with the club over some of his contract money.
It's a sour ending to what looked a glittering career for Locke and many believe he will return to the NRL in several years after his stint with Salford and fulfil his promise as a superstar.
The writing was on the wall for Locke when the Warriors signed English glamour boy Sam Tomkins this year on massive dollars and he has barely been seen in the top grade this season.
The Panthers are attempting to keep a lid on it, but Jamal Idris is a certain starter against the Warriors at Mount Smart Stadium on Sunday.
Idris has been plagued by off field problems in recent times and made a return to arms in the NSW Cup sat weekend after a month's break.
He did enough in that game - a win over Norths - to convince Cleary he is ready to return to the big time but the Panthers didn't name him in an attempt to take the heat off the big centre.
The Panthers need Idris fit and firing if they hope to remain at the top of the ladder for the big end of season games.
I'm not sure Gal and Beau Ryan are as pally as they are trying to make out.
There were plenty of rumblings the pair never really saw eye to eye before Gal put one on him.
Teammates' reaction - or lack of reaction - probably tells you a little bit as well.
I'm not buying the 'kissed and made up' line for a minute.
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