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  1. bunny's really need a win tonight or it might be goodbye season 2017
  2. Roberts in Broncos go further ahead
  3. Broncos in and converted 6 nil
  4. BRONCOS v PANTHERS 7.50pm Thursday at Suncorp Stadium Broncos: 1. Darius Boyd 2. Corey Oates 3. James Roberts 4. Tautau Moga 5. Jordan Kahu 6. Anthony Milford 7. Kodi Nikorima 8. Korbin Sims 9. Andrew McCullough 10. Adam Blair 11. Sam Thaiday 12. Matt Gillett 13. Josh McGuire Interchange: 14. Alex Glenn 15. Joe Ofahengaue 16. Herman Ese’ese 17. David Mead 18. Travis Waddell 19. George Fai 20. Jamayne Isaako 21. Jonus Pearson. * Jordan Kahu (groin) returns on the wing, pushing David Mead to the bench and Jonus Pearson to reserves. Panthers: 1. Matt Moylan 2. Waqa Blake 3. Dean Whare 4. Peta Hiku 5. Dallin Watene-Zelezniak 6. Bryce Cartwright 7. Nathan Cleary 8. James Tamou 9. Peter Wallace 10. Reagan Campbell-Gillard 11. Corey Harawira-Naera 12. Isaah Yeo 13. Trent Merrin. Interchange: 14. Tyrone Peachey 15. Leilani Latu 16. Tim Browne 17. Moses Leota 18. James Fisher-Harris 19. Te Maire Martin 20. Viliame Kikau 21. Sitaleki Akauola * No changes to the 17, with SuperCoach cheapie of the year Corey Harawira-Naera again named to start and Bryce Cartwright at five-eighth. That said, James Fisher-Harris (shoulder) and Te Maire Martin (neck) lurk in the reserves. RABBITOHS v SEA EAGLES 6pm Friday at Allianz Stadium Rabbitohs: 1. Alex Johnston 2. Hymel Hunt 3. Siosifa Talakai 4. Robert Jennings 5. Bryson Goodwin 6. Cody Walker 7. Adam Reynolds 8. Thomas Burgess 9. Damien Cook 10. Kyle Turner 11. John Sutton 12. Angus Crichton 13. Sam Burgess. Interchange: 14. Robbie Farah 15. Jason Clark 16. Zane Musgrove 17. Cameron Murray 18. Tyrell Fuimaono 19. Anthony Cherrington 20. Braidon Burns 21. Robbie Rochow * Adam Reynolds (hip flexor) returns, pushing John Sutton to the back row and Kyle Turner to prop, where he replaces George Burgess (suspension, round 14). Sea Eagles: 1. Tom Trbojevic 2. Jorge Taufua 3. Dylan Walker 4. Brian Kelly 5. Akuila Uate 6. Blake Green 7. Daly Cherry-Evans 8. Brenton Lawrence 9. Apisai Koroisau 10. Martin Taupau 11. Frank Winterstein 12. Curtis Sironen 13. Jake Trbojevic. Interchange: 14. Lewis Brown 15. Jackson Hastings 16. Nate Myles 17. Addin Fonua-Blake 18. Jarrad Kennedy 19. Cameron Cullen 20. Matthew Wright 21. Shaun Lane * Unchanged. COWBOYS v EELS 7.50pm Friday at 1300Smiles Stadium Cowboys: 1. Kalyn Ponga 2. Kyle Feldt 3. Justin O’Neill 4. Kane Linnett 5. Antonio Winterstein 6. John Asiata 7. Michael Morgan 8. Patrick Kaufusi 9. Blake Leary 10. Scott Bolton 11. Gavin Cooper 12. Coen Hess 13. Jason Taumalolo. Interchange: 14. Ray Thompson 15. Ethan Lowe 16. Ben Spina 17. Corey Jensen 18. Johnathan Thurston 19. Ben Hampton 20. Sam Hoare 21. Shaun Fensom * Unchanged 17, with Johnathan Thurston (calf) named in the reserves. Kalyn Ponga retains the fullback spot, with Lachlan Coote (calf) still nowhere to be seen. Eels: 1. Clinton Gutherson 2. Semi Radradra 3. Michael Jennings 4. Kirisome Auva’a 5. Josh Hoffman 6. Kenny Edwards 7. Corey Norman 8. Suaia Matagi 9. Kaysa Pritchard 10. Tim Mannah (c) 11. Manu Ma’u 12. Tepai Moeroa 13. Nathan Brown. Interchange: 14. Beau Scott (c) 15. Daniel Alvaro 16. David Gower 17. Siosaia Vave 18. John Folau 19. Will Smith 20. Marata Niukore 21. Cameron King * Brad Takairangi (knee, round 12) is replaced at five-eighth by Kenny Edwards, with David Gower joining the bench. TITANS v KNIGHTS 3pm Saturday at Cbus Super Stadium Titans: 1. Jarryd Hayne 2. Anthony Don 3. Dan Sarginson 4. Konrad Hurrell 5. Tyronne Roberts-Davis 6. Tyrone Roberts 7. Ashley Taylor 8. Jarrod Wallace 9. Nathan Peats 10. Ryan James (c) 11. Chris McQueen 12. Kevin Proctor 13. Ryan Simpkins. Interchange: 14. Kane Elgey 15. Joe Greenwood 16. Paterika Vaivai 17. Leivaha Pulu 18. Morgan Boyle 19. Pat Politoni 20. Nathaniel Peteru 21. Morgan Boyle * Dale Copley (back) is replaced at left centre by Dan Sarginson, with Tyronne Roberts-Davis coming in on the wing. Chris Grevsmuhl (shoulder) and Karl Lawton (hamstring) are replaced on the bench by Kane Elgey and Paterika Vaivai. Knights: 1. Brendan Elliot 2. Ken Sio 3. Dane Gagai 4. Peter Mata’utia 5. Nathan Ross 6. Brock Lamb 7. Jaelen Feeney 8. Daniel Saifiti 9. Danny Levi 10. Josh Starling 11. Sione Mata’utia (c) 12. Sam Stone 13. Luke Yates. Interchange: 14. Anthony Tupou 15. Joe Wardle 16. Jack Stockwell 17. Jacob Saifiti 18. Pauli Pauli 19. Tyler Randell 20. Josh King 21. Lachlan Fitzgibbon * Luke Yates starts at lock for the injured Mitchell Barnett (ankle, round 14). With Trent Hodkinson again snubbed, Jaelen Feeney comes into the starting side at halfback, with Sione Mata’utia returning to the back row after being used as a playmaker last week. BULLDOGS v RAIDERS 5.30pm Saturday at ANZ Stadium Bulldogs: 1. Brett Morris 2. Kerrod Holland 3. Josh Morris 4. Brenko Lee 5. Marcelo Montoya 6. Josh Reynolds 7. Moses Mbye 8. Aiden Tolman 9. Michael Lichaa 10. James Graham (c) 11. Josh Jackson 12. Greg Eastwood 13. David Klemmer. Interchange: 14. Sam Kasiano 15. Danny Fualalo 16. Adam Elliot 17. Raymond Faitala-Mariner 19. Francis Tualau 20. Matt Frawley 21. Reimis Smith 23. Will Hopoate * Will Hopoate (fractured cheekbone) is included in the reserves. Des Hasler has pulled his usual stunt by naming Matt Frawley out of the 17, although he will likely score a bench spot. Raiders: 1. Jack Wighton 2. Nick Cotric 3. Jarrod Croker (c) 4. Joseph Leilua 5. Jordan Rapana 6. Blake Austin 7. Aidan Sezer 8. Junior Paulo 9. Josh Hodgson 10. Shannon Boyd 11. Josh Papalii 12. Elliott Whitehead 13. Joe Tapine. Interchange: 14. Adam Clydsdale 15. Luke Bateman 16. Clay Priest 17. Sia Soliola 18. Dunamis Lui 19. Scott Sorenson 20. Makahesi Makatoa 21. Lachlan Croker * Clay Priest (shoulder) returns on the bench, with Dunamis Lui relegated to the reserves. TIGERS v SHARKS 7.30pm Saturday at Leichhardt Oval Tigers: 1. James Tedesco 2. David Nofoaluma 3. Michael Chee-Kam 4. Moses Suli 5. Kevin Naiqama 6. Mitchell Moses 7. Luke Brooks 8. Aaron Woods (c) 9. Matt McIlwrick 10. Ava Seumanufagi 11. Joel Edwardsi 12. Chris Lawrence 13. Elijah Taylor. Interchange: 14. Josh Aloiai 15. Tim Grant 16. Sauaso Sue 17. Jacob Liddle 18. JJ Felise 19. Kyle Lovett 20. Justin Hunt 21. Jack Littlejohn * No changes, with Tim Grant (shoulder) named despite an injury last week. Sharks: 1. Valentine Holmes 2. Sosaia Feki 3. Jack Bird 4. Ricky Leutele 5. Gerard Beale 6. James Maloney 7. Chad Townsend 8. Andrew Fifita 9. Jayden Brailey 10. Matt Prior 11. Luke Lewis 12. Wade Graham 13. Paul Gallen (c). Interchange: 14. Kurt Capewell 15. Chris Heighington 16. Jeremy Latimore 17. Joseph Paulo 18. Tony Williams 19. Sam Tagataese 20. Edrick Lee 21. Fa’amanu Brown * Luke Lewis (hamstring) returns in the back row in place of Jayson Bukuya (ankle). The comeback of Gerard Beale (hamstring) sees Kurt Capewell drop to the bench. WARRIORS v ROOSTERS 2pm Sunday at Mt Smart Stadium Warriors: 1 Roger Tuivasa-Sheck 2 Charnze Nicoll-Klokstad 3 David Fusitu’a 4 Blake Ayshford 5 Ken Maumalo 6 Kieran Foran 7 Shaun Johnson 8 James Gavet 9 Issac Luke 10 Jacob Lillyman 11 Bodene Thompson 12 Ryan Hoffman 13 Simon Mannering 14 Nathaniel Roache 15 Ligi Sao 16 Sam Lisone 17 Ben Matulino 18 Manu Vatuvei 19 Albert Vete 21 Bunty Afoa 22 Ata Hingano * Cook Islands international Charnze Nicoll-Klokstad will make his NRL debut for the Warriors against the Roosters after Solomone Kata succumbed to a hamstring injury. Nicoll-Klokstad is the first man named Charnze to play in the NRL. The former Melbourne Under 20s player has been a standout at NSW Cup level for the Warriors this season. Ben Matulino remains on the bench. Roosters: 1. Michael Gordon 2. Daniel Tupou 3. Shaun Kenny-Dowall 4. Joseph Manu 5. Blake Ferguson 6. Luke Keary 7. Mitchell Pearce 8. Jared Waerea-Hargreaves 9. Jake Friend (c) 10. Dylan Napa 11. Boyd Cordner (c) 12. Mitchell Aubusson 13. Aidan Guerra Interchange: 14.Isaac Liu 15. Zane Tetevano 16. Siosiua Taukeiaho17. Paul Carter 18. Latrell Mitchell 19. Kane Evans 22. Connor Watson 26. Jayden Nikorima * Latrell Mitchell remains outside the 17. Mitchell Aubusson returns at second row. DRAGONS v STORM 4pm Sunday at WIN Stadium Dragons: 1. Josh Dugan 2. Nene Macdonald 3. Euan Aitken 4. Tim Lafai 5. Jason Nightingale 6. Kurt Mann 7. Josh McCrone 8. Russell Packer 9. Cameron McInnes 10. Paul Vaughan 11. Tyson Frizell (c) 12. Joel Thompson 13. Jack de Belin Interchange: 14. Tariq Sims 15. Leeson Ah Mau 16. Hame Sele 17. Taane Milne 18. Jai Field 19. Blake Lawrie 20. Luciano Leilua 21. Jacob Host * Kurt Mann has been named at five-eighth for Gareth Widdop with Tyson Frizell to take over the captaincy. Storm: 1. Billy Slater 2. Suliasi Vunivalu 3. Will Chambers 4. Cheyse Blair 5. Josh Addo-Carr 6.Cameron Munster 7.Cooper Cronk 8. Jesse Bromwich 9. Cameron Smith © 10. Jordan McLean 11. Felise Kaufusi 12. Kenny Bromwich 13. Dale Finucane 14. Christian Welch 15. Tim Glasby 16. Nelson Asofa-Solomona 17. Ryley Jacks18. Joe Stimson 19. Mark Nicholls 20. Young Tonumaipea 21. Curtis Scott * Kenny Bromwich returns at second row with Joe Stimson dropping back to the extended bench.
  5. AFTER ROUND 8 Broncos: Mitchell Dodds (knee, indefinite), Benji Marshall (wrist, Round 11), Ben Hunt (hamstring, Round 11-13), Jai Arrow (thumb, Round 11), Sam Scarlett (ankle, indefinite), Tevita Pangai Jnr (finger, Round 15-19). Raiders: Kurt Baptiste (achilles, indefinite), Kato Ottio (ACL, Round 10-12). Bulldogs: Will Hopoate (eye socket, Round 9-10), Chase Stanley (knee, indefinite), Richie Kennar (foot, Round 9-11), Lachlan Lewis (shoulder, Round 10). Sharks: James Segeyaro (broke arm, Round 12), Jayson Bukuya (shoulder/foot). Titans: Pat Politoni (arm, indefinite), John Olive (pec, indefinite), William Zillman (calf, indefinite), Agnatius Paasi (shoulder, Round 10), Nathaniel Peteru (foot, indefinite), Max King (hand, Round 10-13), Chris Grevsmuhl (dislocated shoulder, indefinite), Karl Lawton (hamstring, indefinite). Sea Eagles: Jarrad Kennedy (neck, indefinite), Lloyd Perrett (sternum, indefinite), Darcy Lussick (elbow, indefinite). Storm: No reported injuries Knights: Rory Kostjasyn (throat, indefinite), Pauli Pauli (dislocated hip, Round 10), Dylan Phythian (knee, indefinite), Jack Cogger (pelvis, Round 16), Sam Mataora (knee, Round 9-10), Jamie Buhrer (foot, Round 14), Mitchell Barnett (ankle, Round 14-16). Cowboys: Josh Chudleigh (ACL, season), Matthew Scott (ACL, season), Jake Granville (leg, Round 10-12), Johnathan Thurston (leg, Round 9-10), Lachlan Coote (calf, Round 10), Shaun Fensom (leg, indefinite). Eels: Isaac De Gois (concussion, indefinite), Bevan French (knee, Round 12), Peni Terepo (pectoral, Round 22), Jeff Robson (calf, Round 10), Frank Pritchard (foot, Round 18), Brad Takairangi (knee, Round 12). Panthers: Sam McKendry (knee, Round 12-14), Josh Mansour (knee, mid-season), James Fisher-Harris (shoulder, Round 9-10), Te Maire Martin (neck, Round 10). Rabbitohs: Greg Inglis (ACL, indefinite), Aaron Gray (knee, indefinite), Jack Gosiewski (knee, Round 12), Connor Tracey (ACL, indefinite). Dragons: Will Matthews (dislocated hip, late season), Drew Hutchison (knee, season), Yaw Kiti Glymin (shoulder, late season), Gareth Widdop (knee, Round 14). Roosters: Ryan Matterson (ankle, Round 11-13), Nat Butcher (shoulder, indefinite). Warriors: Manu Vatuvei (knee, indefinite), Solomone Kata (hamstring, Round 10-11). Tigers: Matt Ballin (knee, indefinite), Jamal Idris (hamstring, indefinite).
  6. ROUND 8 1. Darius Boyd (Broncos) The Broncos skipper was inspirational again, laying on his side's first two tries with pin-point perfect passes for winger Corey Oates and turning up continually in the right place to snuff out Rabbitohs' try-scoring opportunities. 2. Anthony Don (Titans) A longrange break led to a crucial Titans try, he had seven tackle breaks and ran for more than 200 metres but the Titans flyer's performance will be best remembered for the incredible effort to escape his side's own in-goal with only a couple of minutes remaining to give Gold Coast another set in possession. 3. Dylan Walker (Sea Eagles) Put in a performance that those in Canberra wearing lime green won't forget in a hurry. Scored a slashing second half try to get his side back on level terms, missed two shots at goal, shaped up to fight the entire Canberra team after his second miss and then hit the post with a penalty goal in golden point that fell over the crossbar and won his team the game. 4. Will Chambers (Storm) Brilliant long-range burst to set up the try for Cooper Cronk and not only threatened the Warriors' left edge with his sharp right foot step but kept Kieran Foran in check with some aggressive defence, making 22 tackles and missing just two. 5. David Nofoaluma (Wests Tigers) Finished off a slick Wests Tigers movement to score his side's first try but was all about the power from that point on, running for 256 metres with six tackle busts that gave his side much-needed momentum in their arm wrestle with the Bulldogs. 6. Anthony Milford (Broncos) At the heart of all the Broncos' creativity and two highly controversial plays late in the game that swung the result the way of his team. Came within millimetres of scoring the tying try before dumping it out the back for Tautau Moga, slotted the conversion to tie the scores at 24-all and then broke bunny hearts with a left-footed field goal in the 78th minute that ultimately proved the difference. 7. Mitchell Pearce (Roosters) Showed lightning-fast reflexes to regather the ball to score the try that put his side in front for the first time in another Anzac Day epic and then nerves of steel to slot the field goal that not only sealed the win for his team but perhaps a Blues Origin recall. 8. Jarrod Wallace (Titans) Backed up his stats against the Broncos with another massive effort against the Sharks, running for 175m and making 39 tackles in 63 minutes. Fast going from Origin bolter to front-running option for Maroons coach Kevin Walters. 9. Cameron Smith (Storm) No, Smith's name isn't pencilled in before every round each week but when you come up with two crucial plays for tries with the game in the balance to go with 35 tackles and 162 kick metres you earn your place in the Team of the Week. We'll even forgive the uncharacteristic off night with the boot. 10. Martin Taupau (Sea Eagles) A dominant display from the Manly powerhouse whose 171 running metres and aggression in the middle of the park earned him the Anzac Medal as man of the match. 11. Boyd Cordner (Roosters) It was a typical Boyd Cordner performance but that should in no way take away from just how impressive it was. Played the entire 85 minutes in a brutal encounter, ran for a team-high 203 metres, made 37 tackles and threatened to break the Dragons' stiff defence with almost every carry. 12. Ethan Lowe (Cowboys) Been relegated to the Cowboys bench in recent weeks with the emergence of Coen Hess but reminded everyone just how effective he can be with a powerful stint against the Knights. 13. Sam Burgess (Rabbitohs) Another enormous effort from the South Sydney skipper who did everything he could to carry his team across the line, running for 200m and making 34 tackles in an inspirational 80-minute effort. 14. Corey Norman (Eels) Twice in the right place at the right time to score after kicks and provided the kick himself for his team's only other try with a pin-point perfect kick to the corner for Semi Radradra to score. Accumulated an impressive 168 running metres along with five tackle breaks and 378 kick metres. 15. Addin Fonua-Blake (Sea Eagles) Against the much-vaunted Raiders pack it was Fonua-Blake who made the most significant impact off the bench, racking up 174 metres from 15 carries in 37 minutes, second only to Jake Trbojevic for the Sea Eagles. 16. Aaron Woods (Wests Tigers) Didn't get the greeting he would have expected from Tiger fans but put a week of speculation to the side to lead his team with great purpose, running for a season-best 215 metres and making 26 tackles in 64 minutes. 17. Nelson Asofa-Solomona (Storm) Emerged from the Melbourne bench like the colossus that he is to have an immediate impact, steamrolling his way past three Warriors defenders to register the Storm's first points. Everything he did was done with great purpose, smashing even the biggest Warriors runners in defence and coming up with four tackle busts and three offloads. Perhaps the best game of his young career.
  7. I will start a new survivor comp thread starting with round 10 as it is now too late to include round 9. All picks must be in by the start of the first game of round 10, that is on Thursday the 11th of May 2017 at 7:50pm