ROUND 19 - BALMAIN RYDE EASTWOOD VS SHELLHARBOUR

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ROUND 19 - BALMAIN RYDE EASTWOOD VS SHELLHARBOUR

Post by balmain1 » Wed 05 Aug, 2009 8:12 am

BALMAIN RYDE EASTWOOD SIDE FOR ROUND 19 SHELLHARBOUR
1 Sean Meaney
2 Billy Callaway
3 Lee Bennett (c)
4 Rhys Hanbury
5 Jarvan White
6 Gavin Cowan
7 Josh Lewis
8 Al Schirnack
9 Ryan Carr
10 David Gower
11 Willie Mataka
12 Brett Lane
13 Jared Farlow

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14 Matthew Ryan
15 Fletcher Hawkins
16 Eloni Vunakece
17 Luke McInnes
18 Dean Webster
19 Steve Moses


CHANGES
PLAYERS OUT
NAME Mat Parata- Ankle
NAME Matt Davidson- Back
NAME Peni Tagive- Shoulder
NAME Blake Ayshford- NRL


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Post by smeghead » Wed 05 Aug, 2009 8:39 am

Interesting side.

Still not sold on White anywhere in the side. But I guess with Matty Parata injured it limits the options.

Hope Steve Moses's comeback is better than his last one V Wests and lasts longer.

Webster has really been going well whenever given the opportunity
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Post by willow » Wed 05 Aug, 2009 8:56 am

Hopefully the Tigers repeat what they did to Shellharbour at Leichardt earlier this season.

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Post by smeghead » Wed 05 Aug, 2009 9:04 am

A win will be good enough. They are hitting some form and have taken some big scalps.

There are whispers around the traps that Jeremy Smith may be making his comeback from injury as well
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Post by Aladinsane » Wed 05 Aug, 2009 9:13 am

Webster was really trying to pump up the team in the second half, when they were down last Sunday. I thought Brett Lane had a good game ....that take on the corner when he scored his try was unbelieveable.

As the Wests Tigers catch cry goes....this is a must win game , if BRET really want to try to get a home final.

Shellharbour have been very inconsistent all year, and hopefully they play as bad as they did at Leichhardt when BRET thrashed them 46 Nil.The same can be said of Balmain though, and they have to play a lot better than last week.


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Post by balmain1 » Wed 05 Aug, 2009 9:31 am

Aladinsane wrote:Webster was really trying to pump up the team in the second half, when they were down last Sunday. I thought Brett Lane had a good game ....that take on the corner when he scored his try was unbelieveable.

As the Wests Tigers catch cry goes....this is a must win game , if BRET really want to try to get a home final.

Shellharbour have been very inconsistent all year, and hopefully they play as bad as they did at Leichhardt when BRET thrashed them 46 Nil.The same can be said of Balmain though, and they have to play a lot better than last week.
I noticed Webster went into Hooker for Carr and really tried to pump the side up. His defence has been really good. Can't see why he doesn't get more game time.

Jarvan White leaves me cold. He had a poor game on the weekend. Lane went really well I'd be putting him on the wing and sticking White on the bench. Move Ryan or Webster to the second row.

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Post by Aladinsane » Wed 05 Aug, 2009 3:27 pm

SHELLHARBOUR SIDE

1.Michael Lett
2.Tim Smith
3.Troy Savage
4.Nick Emmett
5.Jeff Zwolsman

6.Matthew Head
7.Scott Jones

8.Ricky Thorby
9.Luke Priddis
10.Alex Ranieri
11.Daniel Deaves
12.Scott Sablowski
13.Scott J. Jones

14. Ryan Russell
15. Daniel Fepuleai
16.Daniel Green
23.Damien Paulissen

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Post by smeghead » Sun 09 Aug, 2009 9:27 am

Did Mickey Paea play for the donkeys Friday?

Or is he injured?

If he plays for Shellharbour it will make things harder
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Post by Mrs T » Sun 09 Aug, 2009 4:49 pm

When was this game played? Did the Tigers win?

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Post by Aladinsane » Sun 09 Aug, 2009 4:58 pm

[quote="smeghead"]Did Mickey Paea play for the donkeys Friday?

Or is he injured?

Must be injured Smeg as I saw him out the front of the SFS , and told him that the Tigers are a great bunch of blokes to play with next year...he hasn't resigned with the Dragons yet, has he?

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Post by gaggles » Sun 09 Aug, 2009 6:37 pm

score someone please!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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Post by balmain1 » Sun 09 Aug, 2009 7:15 pm

Heard BRET won 30-24...

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Post by balmain1 » Sun 09 Aug, 2009 7:31 pm

Anyone have a report on the game??

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Post by smeghead » Sun 09 Aug, 2009 7:36 pm

Yes that was the final score.

A tough game . We had only 17 players available. There was an issue with the doctor arriving late so we had players getting needles minutes before kick off and in the case of Lee Bennett he was actually not on field for the first few sets of the game because of this.

It was an arm wrestle and the Tiger were not really on so to speak. I am not going to single out any players as bad performers.

Anyway we were down by 8 with 10 to go. A fight broke out, Priddis came in as 3rd man and Meaney gave him the belting the has been deserved. With players in the bin BRET found their feet. Brett Lane got a great try flirting with the sideline as well.

Dean Webster got players player I think.

Also coach Fletcher was offered the opportunity to play the Sharks on the same day as the NRL squad does but declined as we need to rest players and get others back on board. That and the 10:30 am slot is not a great one.

Bad news with Willie Mataka suffering a suspected fractured eye socket/cheekbone and bleeding from behind the eye early on in the game.

Good effort and great to be back in the winners circle
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Post by smeghead » Sun 09 Aug, 2009 8:00 pm

Oh also watch Mr Mcguiness and Mr Crocker lead the Red Devils to a belting over the Shellharbour sharks
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Post by willow » Sun 09 Aug, 2009 10:04 pm

smeghead wrote:Oh also watch Mr Mcguiness and Mr Crocker lead the Red Devils to a belting over the Shellharbour sharks
Crockett and McGuiness are scoring plenty for Wests this season.

That's a good win for BRET but bad news for Mataka. Hope he recovers well.

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Post by Aladinsane » Mon 10 Aug, 2009 7:52 am

Thanks for the great report Smeg....but it looks like the road for BRET is getting tougher. Three tries to Hanbury ...good on him

Balmain Ryde Eastwood TIGERS 30................ ............Defeated............. Shellharbour DRAGONS 24
TRIES: R Hanbury[3]; R Carr; D Gower; B Lane.....................................TRIES: M Lett[2]; N Emmett[2]; T Smith.
GOALS: J Lewis[3]..........................................................................GOALS: M Head[2].

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Post by alien » Mon 10 Aug, 2009 8:50 am

good to see hanbury scoring 3 tries. if the mouse is injured than maybe hanbury should take his spot. moltzen should probably stay at halfback...

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