Starting Lineup (Barring Injuries)

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Re: Starting Lineup (Barring Injuries)

Post by innsaneink » Sun 06 Jan, 2013 12:38 pm

No point wasting further time here with someone that clearly has no idea

Clue: Team sport


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Post by tigsta » Sun 06 Jan, 2013 1:15 pm

innsaneink wrote:No point wasting further time here with someone that clearly has no idea

Clue: Team sport
Don't give up so easily when you are wrong. Make some effort to redeem yourself.


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Post by versa » Tue 08 Jan, 2013 2:56 pm

1.teddy
2.lote
3.asyhford
4. Lawrence
5.korobetie
6.benji
7.miller
8.woods
9.farah
10.pettybourne
11.blair
12.fulton
13.anasta



14.bmm
15.galloway
16. Thompson
17.gavet

Monster bench to keep us rolling forward. With that getting done our backs will shine.


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Post by innsaneink » Tue 08 Jan, 2013 4:27 pm

"keep us rolling forward'' infers the starting pack will begin the ''rolling forward''
Its very very very light
It dont matter how its shuffled or packaged, were light in the forwards

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Post by willow » Tue 08 Jan, 2013 7:52 pm

innsaneink wrote:"keep us rolling forward'' infers the starting pack will begin the ''rolling forward''
Its very very very light
It dont matter how its shuffled or packaged, were light in the forwards
Agree. The only way to beef up the forward pack is to give some of the up and comers a go:

8. Galloway
9. Farah
10. Woods
11. Pettybourne
12. BMM
13. Anasta

14. Blair
15. Seumanufagai
16. Groat
17. Naiyaravaro

Plenty of size with that bench (and there are a couple of other options not named) but bugger all experience aside from Blair. That's the problem Potter faces with bench selections, experience-wise we lack big time once a starting forward pack has been named.

I think it shapes to be a year where a few young guys get a go off the bench, provided Potter wants to see improved go forward.


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Post by tigertye » Tue 08 Jan, 2013 9:32 pm

1. Moltzen/Simona (Tedesco as soon as he's ready physically and mentally.)
2. Tuqiri/Utai/Nofoaluma
3. Ayshford/Simona
4. Lawrence
5. Koroibete
6. Marshall
7. Miller
8. Woods
9. Farah
10. Galloway
11. Blair
12. Pettybourne
13. Anasta

14. Sironen (if shoulder is 100%, otherwise another prop.)
15. Murdoch-Masila
16. Bell/Fotuiaka
17. Fulton

I realize its a pretty light bench in terms of props, but I can't drop Siro because of his performances last season and his potential - and that is the reason he is there.

I think Fulton would cover the utility back/forward role fine and bring in another prop but I think Siro needs to be there somewhere, and would probably bring him on at lock not five-eighth. I would also consider resting Robbie for 10-20 minutes a game and let Fulton cover hooker.

I'd have Bell go on replacing Keith or Woods after 20mins, push Blair or Pettybourne to prop and bring on Murdoch-Masila/Fulton for the final 20mins of each half to be used as a weapon as an edge back rower or lock.
This is how I would get around having less props on the bench.





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Post by Pierre M7 » Wed 09 Jan, 2013 9:37 am

1. Moltzen/Tedesco
2. Tuqiri/Utai
3. Ayshford
4. Lawrence
5. Koroibete
6. Marshall/Sironen/Anasta
7. Miller/Anasta/Marshall
8. Woods
9. Farah
10. Galloway
11. Blair
12. Fulton
13. Anasta/Sironen

14. Murdoch-Masila
15. Sironen
16. Bell
17. Pettybourne/Thompson
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Post by magpiecol » Wed 09 Jan, 2013 1:09 pm

Pierre M7 wrote:1. Moltzen/Tedesco
2. Tuqiri/Utai
3. Ayshford
4. Lawrence
5. Koroibete
6. Marshall/Sironen/Anasta
7. Miller/Anasta/Marshall
8. Woods
9. Farah
10. Galloway
11. Blair
12. Fulton
13. Anasta/Sironen

14. Murdoch-Masila
15. Sironen
16. Bell
17. Pettybourne/Thompson
Your kidding with your half/five eight personnel.

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Post by Pierre M7 » Wed 09 Jan, 2013 3:49 pm

magpiecol wrote:
Pierre M7 wrote:1. Moltzen/Tedesco
2. Tuqiri/Utai
3. Ayshford
4. Lawrence
5. Koroibete
6. Marshall/Sironen/Anasta
7. Miller/Anasta/Marshall
8. Woods
9. Farah
10. Galloway
11. Blair
12. Fulton
13. Anasta/Sironen

14. Murdoch-Masila
15. Sironen
16. Bell
17. Pettybourne/Thompson
Your kidding with your half/five eight personnel.
lol relax everyone has different opinions
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Post by Tigrr » Fri 11 Jan, 2013 11:17 am

I think this will be close to our best side ....



1. Moltzen (Tedesco as soon as he's ready)
2. Tuqiri
3. Sironen
4. Lawrence
5. Koroibete
6. Marshall
7. Miller
8. Woods
9. Farah
10. Galloway
11. Blair
12. Pettybourne
13. Anasta

14. Thompson
15. Murdoch-Masila
16. Bell
17. Fulton

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Post by Brisbane Tiger » Fri 11 Jan, 2013 12:03 pm

I know aysh was bad last year but I'd start him ahead of siro to give him a chance, I think he will shine this year under a new coach and some pressure from siro.
I agree with the rest of your team tho.


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Post by Martymcfly » Tue 15 Jan, 2013 4:28 pm

Ted
Tuqiri
Ayshford
Lawrence
Koro

Marshall
Miller

Woods
Far
Keith
Blair
Bell
Thompson

Anasta
Bmm
Groat
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Post by Newtown » Tue 15 Jan, 2013 5:03 pm

I really believe that Simona should start the year as centre partner to Lawrence. He has speed, good defence, runs straight and displayed better form than Ayshford did throughout last season. Team selections for 2013 must be based purely on form not sentiment.

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Post by coventry bear » Wed 16 Jan, 2013 12:53 pm

This would be my line up provided trial form etc

1. Tedesco
2. Koro
3. Lawrence
4. Ayshford
5. Tuqiri
6. Marshall
7. Miller
8. Woods
9. Farah
10. Galloway
11. Blair
12. BMM
13. Anasta
14. Sironen
15. Pettybourne
16. Gavet
17. Fulton or Bell depending on game plan.

Want to see lots of the youngsters get gametime but doubt that will happen until midway through the season. Hopefully nofoluma, fotouaki?, sue, and groat.
I personally think sironen is too good to leave out but reckon potter will use Fulton as the utility bench spot. Can't wait for the season to start!

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Post by happy tiger » Wed 16 Jan, 2013 2:27 pm

1 Tedesco
2 Koroibete
3 Lawrence
4 Ayshford\Simona depending on trial form
5 Utai Tuqiri depending on trial form
6 Marshall
7 Miller
13 Bell
12 Fulton
11 Blair
10 Woods
9 Farah (C)
8 Keefy

14 Anasta
15 BMM
16 Fotuiaki\Thompson (depending on trial form)
17 Pettybourne

Plan would be bring Anasta on after first 20 and put Bell or Blair into front row Gives us size for the full 80 and still keeps Fulton as Benji's minder and playing 80 minutes

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Post by Yossarian » Wed 16 Jan, 2013 3:55 pm

I think Seumanufagai might be the big smokey. Guy looks like a machine - could be ready to take the next step.

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Post by supercoach » Wed 16 Jan, 2013 6:39 pm

What ever team they pick, their will be some good players miss out. Like another poster, I would not mind Simona in place of Aysford. I like the idea of trying to assemble a lighting fast backline and trying to blitz teams but I get the feeling Potter will opt for size with aim to develop a power game in both attack and defense and that has plenty of merit to

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Post by Gray » Fri 18 Jan, 2013 8:11 am

most of the team seems pretty set, apart from FB where im hoping Teddy will get the nod.
The 2nd row will be questionable depending on how Potter likes his team, Pettybourne or Fulton will both be strong contenders off the bench aswell as BMM if he doesn't start, The options of Bell and Fotuiaki are also handy. But again it depends on the style of team Potter wants to field. Will be interesting to see the trial matches.

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