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Re: Naiqama

Posted: Sun 26 Apr, 2015 1:27 pm
by jirskyr
He's strong as an ox for a dude who is not particularly tall or large. His kick returns are pretty good, even if he looks a little odd under the high ball some times.

MOM performance on Friday.

All the people who moaned about losing Korobeite - would you have him back against the equally great attack option of Naiqama or a dude who can kick penalties from 55?

Re: Naiqama

Posted: Sun 26 Apr, 2015 1:34 pm
by Russell
jirskyr wrote:He's strong as an ox for a dude who is not particularly tall or large. His kick returns are pretty good, even if he looks a little odd under the high ball some times.

MOM performance on Friday.

All the people who moaned about losing Korobeite - would you have him back against the equally great attack option of Naiqama or a dude who can kick penalties from 55?
Absolutely not Jirskyr _ prefer Kev any day of the week. Patty is untouchable IMO.

Re: Naiqama

Posted: Sun 26 Apr, 2015 1:53 pm
by TrueTiger
I hope all the Pattycakes knockers at the beginning of the season have egg on their faces....

His 54 metre penalty goal after having his face stitched up just shows you why he is known as the man of steel...his experience and kicking qualities are second to none and we need him...ok,he is older,he is slower than others,but you wouldnt want to run on the paddock without him...

Kev is going to be a sensation for us and is starting to show why he should be in our NRL side,Nofo will have to fight for a position if Deloiuse is picked regularly as well...not to bad a situation for JT to be in..

Re: Naiqama

Posted: Mon 27 Apr, 2015 12:08 pm
by Goose
He is slowly winning me over.
He is very good at running the ball out of our half and has had some nice attacking moments.

He was terrific on Friday, amongst our best.

Re: Naiqama

Posted: Tue 28 Apr, 2015 9:40 pm
by littletiger
Kn was playing centre on that play when he set up teddy to make it 24-6

Naiqama

Posted: Tue 28 Apr, 2015 10:01 pm
by grrrrrrrrrr
Playing great. Love the way he doesn't shy away from a hit up. We need to continue to be alert as a team to help in any cross field bombs to his side on try line.This became a weakness for Utai ( similar height).

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Re: Naiqama

Posted: Tue 28 Apr, 2015 11:19 pm
by stevetiger
jirskyr wrote:All the people who moaned about losing Korobeite - would you have him back against the equally great attack option of Naiqama or a dude who can kick penalties from 55?
Yep.

Re: Naiqama

Posted: Wed 29 Apr, 2015 8:00 am
by jirskyr
stevetiger wrote:
jirskyr wrote:All the people who moaned about losing Korobeite - would you have him back against the equally great attack option of Naiqama or a dude who can kick penalties from 55?
Yep.
And where do you put him?

Naiqama

Posted: Wed 29 Apr, 2015 8:15 am
by Tigerdon
Koro and Patty wingers. Kev and Simona centres. Obviously hypothetical as Koro's not coming back.

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Re: Naiqama

Posted: Wed 29 Apr, 2015 10:47 am
by InBenjiWeTrust
WT let Kooroibete and Naiyarovaro go, and were forced to play Lulia, Akuaola, Halatau, etc. on the wing - big mistake. Even this season, Koroibete would be handy until Nofoaluma comes back:
Tedesco
Koroibete
Simona
Naiqama
Richards :)

Re: Naiqama

Posted: Thu 30 Apr, 2015 8:50 am
by Tigertigertiger
Kev is working hard on his game unlike a few regulars, so hats off to him for having a go