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Post by happy tiger » Mon 30 Jun, 2014 9:31 am

Can I add , if we win this week I reckon we will make the Top 8


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Post by underdog » Mon 30 Jun, 2014 11:16 am

1. Moses.
2. Nofoaluma.
3. Lawrence
4. Thompson (sorry big fella, I know you don't like it, but we need you to stand up!)
5. RIchards
6. Anasta - as long as he plays like last week
7. Brooks
8. Tapau
9. Halatau
10. Galloway
11. Sironen
12. Akaoula
13. Blair

14. Austin
15. Big Ava
16. Gavet
17. Lodge.

I think that is a weapon attack team, with energy and enthusiasm off the bench, (Lodge will be itching to get out there, and Gavet will just be Gavet) and if Moses can chime into the back line we will be able to lay points on without Farah there.

Think it's gonna be a high scoring one - reckon we'll take it 38-24 - something like that.
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Post by Justo » Mon 30 Jun, 2014 2:56 pm

I know one thing. We can probably expect to see a 20 man squad named tomorrow. And we'll be playing 'name the squad' right up til kick off. 2 weeks ago Potter was spoilt with choices. And here we are again, struggling for a fit side. The rugby league gods do pick on us a bit!

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Post by yeti » Mon 30 Jun, 2014 3:12 pm

It amazes me that after last week's disruption to the team, some posters are still proposing a team without a utility on the bench. Potter has been copping heaps with his persistence of picking a utility instead of 4 forwards. I think last week pretty much showed the requirement to go with 3 forwards and a 'handyman'.
So I don't care whether we see Moses, Austin or Hitchcox at fullback, so long as one of the 2 not chosen is on the bench.

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Post by Roysta59 » Mon 30 Jun, 2014 4:04 pm

Lets hope that either or both Josh Mansour and Idris are selected for NSW ....
Also I would like to see Akaoula and Gavet in the team as Penrith have a few good forwards that need to be rattled


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Post by rex2ce » Mon 30 Jun, 2014 4:32 pm

I picked Lodge on the bench in my team for several reasons after watching him play last Saturday, not necessarily in order , but he is big, mean and showed a good offload a couple of times, that in itself is a rare talent in a WT forward.

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Post by Chipofftheoldblock » Mon 30 Jun, 2014 5:38 pm

1. Moses
2. Nofoaluma
3. Lawrence
4. Fine
5. Richards
6. Anasta
7. Brooks
8. Tapau
9. Halatau - offers more than Luani in attack and defence. Glad to have him back in the squad.
10. Galloway
11. Sironen
12. Thompson
13. Blair

14. Austin
15. Ava
16. Akaoula
17. Farlow (call up to 1st is deserved and would not let anyone down)

18- Lulia (can cover both edge backrow and Centre)

My only concern is that my bench is a little prop light although Blair and Akaoula can cover front row.
On a positive it was good to see big Keith play more minutes last weekend due to the injuries. I thought he went pretty decent in his spells and will need to step up big time without Woods this week.

Fine has been killing it in NSW and could be an x factor that we need in the backs with Tim out

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Post by LCA » Mon 30 Jun, 2014 6:47 pm

What happened to Kurtis Rowe? Why isn't he the obvious replacement for Teddy? I think he deserves to be and I hope Potter names him there.

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Post by Justo » Mon 30 Jun, 2014 6:52 pm

LCA wrote:What happened to Kurtis Rowe? Why isn't he the obvious replacement for Teddy? I think he deserves to be and I hope Potter names him there.
Injured. Shoulder I think...

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Post by Flippedy » Mon 30 Jun, 2014 6:53 pm

LCA wrote:What happened to Kurtis Rowe? Why isn't he the obvious replacement for Teddy? I think he deserves to be and I hope Potter names him there.
I believe Rowe is also injured, LCA
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Post by happy tiger » Mon 30 Jun, 2014 6:56 pm

Flippedy wrote:
LCA wrote:What happened to Kurtis Rowe? Why isn't he the obvious replacement for Teddy? I think he deserves to be and I hope Potter names him there.
I believe Rowe is also injured, LCA
Bad Ankle injury LCA Could be out for the season

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Post by Flippedy » Mon 30 Jun, 2014 7:01 pm

happy tiger wrote:
Flippedy wrote:
LCA wrote:What happened to Kurtis Rowe? Why isn't he the obvious replacement for Teddy? I think he deserves to be and I hope Potter names him there.
I believe Rowe is also injured, LCA
Bad Ankle injury LCA Could be out for the season
Oh wow I didn't know it was that bad! We really can't take a trick can we? The casualty ward is enormous! Would've been nice to have Rowe and Paterson, at least, back on deck this week to fill in some gaps.
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Post by Aladinsane » Mon 30 Jun, 2014 7:30 pm

This is from Stripe Territory , which makes a lot of sense


Of course, Tedesco's injury isn't the only selection headache Mick Potter has before he selects his Round 17 side to face the high-flying Penrith Panthers. Tim Simona is also facing the prospect of a month on the sideline due to having his front teeth repaired. Sauaso Sue could also be ruled out with an AC joint complaint that the Club are currently assessing the extent of. Robbie Farah and Aaron Woods will be unavailable due to State of Origin commitments. David Nofoaluma picked up a knee injury against Canberra but has set his sights on playing on Sunday.

Conjecture amongst fans is divided as to which way Potter will go in terms of replacements. The Stripe Terrritory believes that he may go down the following path:

1. Mitchell Moses to debut ahead of Rowe (injured), Austin (possibility if Farah was playing) and Jy Hitchcox (in good form but second tier salary cap already stretched)
2. David Nofoaluma (if fit)
3. Keith Lulia to be selected ahead of Asipelli Fine (again, cap issues)
4. Chris Lawrence
5. Pat Richards

6. Braith Anasta
7. Luke Brooks

8. Martin Taupau (as per previous occasions where Woods has been out)
9. Joel Luani ahead of Austin and Dene Halatau (same script when Farah has been out)
10. Keith Galloway
11. Curtis Sironen
12. Bodene Thompson
13. Adam Blair

Interchange
14. Blake Austin (to replace Luani either end of the half)
15. Ava Seumanufagai
16. Sitaleki Akauola (replacing Taupau on the bench)
17. Jack Buchanan (provided no Sue) ahead of James Gavet (needed the run in NSW Cup against Mounties but was dropped due to a breach of Club policy).

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Post by AmericanHistoryX » Mon 30 Jun, 2014 7:37 pm

Aladinsane wrote:This is from Stripe Territory , which makes a lot of sense


Of course, Tedesco's injury isn't the only selection headache Mick Potter has before he selects his Round 17 side to face the high-flying Penrith Panthers. Tim Simona is also facing the prospect of a month on the sideline due to having his front teeth repaired. Sauaso Sue could also be ruled out with an AC joint complaint that the Club are currently assessing the extent of. Robbie Farah and Aaron Woods will be unavailable due to State of Origin commitments. David Nofoaluma picked up a knee injury against Canberra but has set his sights on playing on Sunday.

Conjecture amongst fans is divided as to which way Potter will go in terms of replacements. The Stripe Terrritory believes that he may go down the following path:

1. Mitchell Moses to debut ahead of Rowe (injured), Austin (possibility if Farah was playing) and Jy Hitchcox (in good form but second tier salary cap already stretched)
2. David Nofoaluma (if fit)
3. Keith Lulia to be selected ahead of Asipelli Fine (again, cap issues)
4. Chris Lawrence
5. Pat Richards

6. Braith Anasta
7. Luke Brooks

8. Martin Taupau (as per previous occasions where Woods has been out)
9. Joel Luani ahead of Austin and Dene Halatau (same script when Farah has been out)
10. Keith Galloway
11. Curtis Sironen
12. Bodene Thompson
13. Adam Blair

Interchange
14. Blake Austin (to replace Luani either end of the half)
15. Ava Seumanufagai
16. Sitaleki Akauola (replacing Taupau on the bench)
17. Jack Buchanan (provided no Sue) ahead of James Gavet (needed the run in NSW Cup against Mounties but was dropped due to a breach of Club policy).
Tedesco a selection headache - He ain't even a fleeting thought. One second at best.

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Post by Aladinsane » Mon 30 Jun, 2014 7:58 pm

M team choice with Robbie , Woods , Sue , Simona & Teedy unavailable

1. Mitchell Moses....last week was his worst game in the last 5
2. David Nofoaluma
3. Asipelli Fine ..... Playing great footy the last month
4. Bodene Thompson .....if Patterson was fit I would have thrown him there ( ala Titans game Rd 2 when he was IMO , MOM when Lawrence got injured early that game
5. Pat Richards

6. Braith Anasta
7. Luke Brooks

8. Martin Taupau
9. Dene Halatau
10. Keith Galloway
11. Curtis Sironen
12. Sitaleki Akauola
13. Adam Blair

Interchange
14. Blake Austin (to replace Dene either end of the half)
15. Ava Seumanufagai
16. James Gavet....need him with all the injuries , even though a run last week would have helped
17. Jack Buchanan.

Been a fan of Lawrence over the years but since 5 guys had to jump on him in hospital to put his hip back , he has struggled big time and the last 2 games especially have Been way too painful watch anymore & needs to play @ 11am on Sunday to try and regain some form.

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Post by InBenjiWeTrust » Mon 30 Jun, 2014 11:27 pm

1. Hitchcox.
2. Taukafa.
3. Nofoaluma
4. Fine
5. RIchards
6. Moses
7. Brooks
8. Seumanufagai
9. Halatau
10. Galloway
11. Thompson
12. Akaoula
13. Blair

14. Austin
15. Taupau
16. Gavet
17. Lodge.

Go Tigers :sign:

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Post by Milky » Tue 01 Jul, 2014 12:52 am

Asipeli Fine is a part of our top 25 for those saying he won't be able to play due to the cap.

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Post by pHyR3 » Tue 01 Jul, 2014 12:58 am

InBenjiWeTrust wrote:1. Hitchcox.
2. Taukafa.
3. Nofoaluma
4. Fine
5. RIchards
6. Moses
7. Brooks
8. Seumanufagai
9. Halatau
10. Galloway
11. Thompson
12. Akaoula
13. Blair

14. Austin
15. Taupau
16. Gavet
17. Lodge.

Go Tigers :sign:
you've made way too many changes in the backline. consistency wins comps.

It will probably be more like:

1. Hitchcox/Moses/Austin
2. Nofo
3. Lulia
4. Lawrence
5. Richards
6. Anasta
7. Brooks
8. Taupau
9. Luani
10. Galloway
11. Sironen
12. Bodene
13. Blair
14. Ava
15. Hitchcox/Moses/Austin
16. Buchanan
17. Akaulo

that article has pretty much got it down perfectly. he knows his stuff
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