Tigers stats from the game

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Tigers stats from the game

Post by willow » Sun 29 May, 2011 8:12 pm

Let's run through it Ladies and Gents...

4. Moltzen - 102 metres in attack, 1 try, 1 linebreak, 7 tackle breaks, 4 tackles, 3 missed tackles, 1 error

14. Ryan - 110 metres in attack, 6 tackle breaks, 7 tackles, 3 missed tackles.

3. Ayshford - 91 metres in attack, 2 tackle breaks, 13 tackles, 3 missed tackles

2. Brown - 16 metres in attack, 13 tackles, 4 missed tackles

5. Utai - 141 metres in attack, 1 try, 1 linebreak, 8 tackle breaks, 3 tackles, 3 missed tackles

6. Marshall - 133 metres in attack, 1 linebreak, 1 linebreak assist, 1 try assist, 4 tackle breaks, 10 tackles, 3 missed tackles, 2 errors

7. Lui - 60 metres in attack, 1 offload, 2 tackle breaks, 13 tackles, 4 missed tackles

8. Gibbs - 87 metres in attack, 16 tackles, 2 errors

9. Farah - 47 metres in attack, 1 linebreak, 1 try assist, 3 tackle breaks, 36 tackles, 2 errors

17. Woods - 101 metres in attack, 1 offload, 31 tackles

11. Dwyer - 75 metres in attack, 1 linebreak assist, 1 offload, 2 tackle breaks, 31 tackles, 3 missed tackles, 1 error

12. Fulton - 72 metres in attack, 35 tackles, 2 errors

13. Heighington - 144 metres in attack, 1 linebreak, 1 offload, 8 tackle breaks, 29 tackles

16. Murdoch-Masila - 57 metres in attack, 6 tackles, 3 missed tackles, 1 error

18. Schirnack - 28 metres in attack, 12 tackles, 2 missed tackles, 1 error

19. Fifita - 73 metres in attack, 1 try, 1 linebreak, 3 tackle breaks, 21 tackles

20. Groat - 20 metres in attack, 1 tackle


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Post by Captain Awesome » Sun 29 May, 2011 8:15 pm

plenty of missed tackles in the backs, at least 3 each

Heighington had a great game
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Post by Muffstar » Sun 29 May, 2011 8:25 pm

and Fifita ?

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Post by willow » Sun 29 May, 2011 8:28 pm

Muffstar wrote:and Fifita ?
He's in there now :oops:

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Post by Paris Cobbs » Sun 29 May, 2011 9:06 pm

I was thinking that Benji wasn't involved enough, but those stats make him look very involved. If you look at who he had outside of him today, with Lote, Lawrence, McKinnon and Ellis out, it's a wonder he is able to create anything at all.
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Post by willow » Sun 29 May, 2011 9:10 pm

Paris Cobbs wrote:I was thinking that Benji wasn't involved enough, but those stats make him look very involved. If you look at who he had outside of him today, with Lote, Lawrence, McKinnon and Ellis out, it's a wonder he is able to create anything at all.
Benji was a step or 3 up on last week. The ABC Grandstand commentators summed it up best though, at times Marshall was 2 or 3 steps ahead of his own players out there and they just did not know what he was trying to do. That's where guys like Lawrence and Tuqiri make such a difference, they tend to read Benji's game better than most.

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Post by fergiefurr » Sun 29 May, 2011 9:25 pm

bit dissappointed in gibbs today, he really should have seen himself as our forward leader and taken the dragons pack head on.

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Post by tiger4ever » Sun 29 May, 2011 9:36 pm

When we face a tough pack gibbs gets owned every time.

Lots of miss tackles in the backs but the ones that lead to trys are the ones we need to look at....ayshford lui and marshall always miss plenty.

Could someone be bothered putting the dragons stats up to compare them up against each other.

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Post by Spartan117 » Sun 29 May, 2011 9:43 pm

Some good things from that game where the score flattered our Tigers.

The ### are down however for me we failed to lock the ball in tackles and their 2nd phase plays killed us today (These all count as missed tackles)


Ps I like the Idea of the Dragons stats above.

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Post by MacDougall » Sun 29 May, 2011 9:52 pm

Woods would handle himself at Origin level right now imo. Hasn't had a bad game since coming into first grade. Dude is a superstar.

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Post by willow » Sun 29 May, 2011 10:01 pm

tiger4ever wrote:When we face a tough pack gibbs gets owned every time.

Lots of miss tackles in the backs but the ones that lead to trys are the ones we need to look at....ayshford lui and marshall always miss plenty.

Could someone be bothered putting the dragons stats up to compare them up against each other.
They were actually pretty even.

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Post by that_guy » Sun 29 May, 2011 10:17 pm

I think this 2nd half is going to be the turning point. We played horribly at the start to give the dragons a 16pt lead, but if we stick with our players who we know can perform, our luck will turn (starting this week vs the knights, I am tipping tigers by 20)

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Post by tiger4ever » Sun 29 May, 2011 10:27 pm

They just play better as a team maybe we have to much individual brilliance in our side.They have a team of workaholics.

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Post by Muffstar » Sun 29 May, 2011 10:33 pm

Fifita, Woods, Murdoch - Masila, Dwyer - looking at the stats are really the future of the club. With Heighno and Ellis to guide them they can only improve - 2 guys who give it all on the field, will show then the right way forward.

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Post by gazroc » Mon 30 May, 2011 12:06 am

tiger4ever wrote:They just play better as a team maybe we have to much individual brilliance in our side.They have a team of workaholics.
I agree, we are not playing as a team, Marshall needs to pull his head in and be patient and stop being selfish with the ball, he seems to get so damn excited with the ball to the point where no one knows what he is going to do with the ball. It is simply not good enough to say that our wide men are not quick enough to keep up with him, he runs sideways, backwards, around in bloody circles and then decides to throw the pass to someone or to the bloke sitting in the second row of the grandstand. You don't have to score on every set of six, until we get a number 7 who knows when to give Marshall the ball so he can dance, the errors will continue.

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Post by Paris Cobbs » Mon 30 May, 2011 5:09 am

To be fair, St george played some very good expansive attacking football today. The try on half time came from a wide cut-out pass thrown on their 10 metre line. They beat us in the three-quarters, not in the forwards. I don't see anything to fear in the Dragons pack, they are just barge-artists and tackling machines. I thought we held them, if not bettered them, in the forwards.

St George push the boundaries of the rules in the way they play around the ruck, especially in defence. They can get away with this because the refs are committed to having a respectably close penalty count. When the Tigers got a couple of penalties in a row it became inevitable that the refs would look for penalties to even things up. Hence the ridiculous penalty against Schirnak and the one against Gibbs.
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Post by TIGER » Mon 30 May, 2011 10:00 am

Missed tackles and errors stick out

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Post by helmesy » Mon 30 May, 2011 10:09 am

TIGER wrote:Missed tackles and errors stick out
Absolutely!

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