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Post by willow » Sun 29 Jul, 2012 8:12 pm

This should make for interesting reading:

5. Ryan - 207 metres in attack, 1 line break, 1 offload, 4 tackle breaks, 4 tackles, 1 missed tackle

2. Utai - 127 metres in attack, 3 tackle breaks, 6 tackles, 1 error

3. Ayshford - 124 metres in attack, 1 offload, 3 tackle breaks, 14 tackles, 5 missed tackles, 1 error

25. Simona - 56 metres in attack, 1 offload, 11 tackles, 4 missed tackles

23. Koroibete - 84 metres in attack, 3 tackle breaks, 5 tackles, 3 missed tackles, 1 error

7. Marshall - 86 metres in attack, 1 try, 1 goal, 1 line break assist, 5 tackle breaks, 5 tackles, 6 missed tackles, 1 error

9. Farah - 49 metres in attack, 1 offload, 1 try assist, 1 tackle break, 17 tackles, 3 missed tackles, 1 error

8. Woods - 163 metres in attack, 1 offload, 38 tackles, 2 missed tackles

18. Iosefa - 85 metres in attack, 3 tackle breaks, 37 tackles, 7 missed tackles

10. Blair - 52 metres in attack, 1 offload, 39 tackles, 2 missed tackles

11. Fulton - 84 metres in attack, 2 offloads, 1 tackle break, 44 tackles, 3 missed tackles, 1 error

12. Ellis - 101 metres in attack, 2 tackle breaks, 32 tackles, 4 missed tackles

13. Heighington - 93 metres in attack, 2 offloads, 2 tackle breaks, 38 tackles, 2 missed tackles

14. Moors - 34 metres in attack, 1 tackle break, 22 tackles, 3 missed tackles, 1 error

16. Bell - 34 metres in attack, 10 tackles

17. Cashmere - 4 metres in attack, 2 offloads, 10 tackles, 1 missed tackle

22. Humble - 22 metres in attack, 2 tackles, 1 missed tackle


Try assists - 1
Offloads - 10
Line breaks - 1
Tackles made - 325
Missed tackles - 45
Tackle breaks- 19
Total metres - 1273
Possession - 48%
Completion rate - 34/38 = 89%
Errors- 7
Penalties - 6

Individually there are some decent stats in there, but the missed tackles tell the story. Souths made 10 line breaks to the Tigers 1, and this all came about because the Tigers had no line speed or killer instinct in defence.


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Post by RatedRKO » Sun 29 Jul, 2012 8:15 pm

willow wrote: 8. Woods - 163 metres in attack, 1 offload, 38 tackles, 2 missed tackles\
10. Blair - 52 metres in attack, 1 offload, 39 tackles, 2 missed tackles
Guess who makes more money? Woods must be pissed.
willow wrote: Missed tackles - 45
Says it all really. Was our defence this bad last year?

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Post by smeghead » Sun 29 Jul, 2012 8:16 pm

To quote the great Al Delvecchio

Yup, yup, yup, yup, yup

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Post by smeghead » Sun 29 Jul, 2012 8:17 pm

The problem is with those attacking stats we should have scored more than 6 freaking points.

Some credit goes to Souths defence but our creative spine was utterly inept
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Post by smoking gun » Sun 29 Jul, 2012 8:18 pm

Our middle contributed 24 missed tackles... Pathetic really... And I'm gonna single out Ayshford and iosefa... Terrible


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Post by TigerFlame » Sun 29 Jul, 2012 8:18 pm

Good completion rate tho...

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Post by innsaneink » Sun 29 Jul, 2012 8:21 pm

28/35 COMPLETION RATE 32/39

ATTACK

162 TOTAL RUNS 145
1464 RUN METRES 1134
9 OFFLOADS 9
10 LINEBREAKS 1
19 KICKS 23
517 KICK METRES 481
- 40/20 KICKS -
11 ERRORS 6

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Post by 1/4 chicken,chips » Sun 29 Jul, 2012 8:25 pm

smoking gun wrote:Our middle contributed 24 missed tackles... Pathetic really... And I'm gonna single out Ayshford and iosefa... Terrible
and your surprised ..our hooker makes 40 plus tackles a game theirs your reason for the missed tackles.
you play an origin hooker at halfback its a simple game plan straight through the middle .

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Post by cunno » Sun 29 Jul, 2012 8:30 pm

Willow wrote, "Individually there are some decent stats in there, but the missed tackles tell the story. Souths made 10 line breaks to the Tigers 1, and this all came about because the Tigers had no line speed or killer instinct in defence."

Just about sums it up particularly the LACK OF KILLER INSTINCT IN DEFENCE, sitting there watching the complete lack of effort from too many was very very disappointing. They looked like they thought they were never going to win or just weren't interested in playing, brought back memories of the SCG game a few years ago when Souths smashed Wests Tigers. I could handle sitting there being surrounded by Souths supporters if our blokes put in but still fell short but fair dinkum, it was embarrassing, the attitude for most was salt lacking. We need another woods to assist him with punching the ball up so we don't have to resort to cross field plays all the time and end up scoring from a kick only..

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Post by aajlewis » Sun 29 Jul, 2012 8:46 pm

Doubt woods cares as much about the money.
Woods plays for the team and jersey.
Says it all really
He busts his gut for a reason
Unlike Blair, not sure what his motivation seems to be


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Post by tiga4eva » Mon 30 Jul, 2012 7:27 am

Marshall 5 tackles, missed 6 tackles. What elite player can hand in an effort like that. That's disgraceful.


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Post by Citizen Tiger » Mon 30 Jul, 2012 8:05 am

If those metres for Ryan are correct, I would have grave concerns about our decision makers states of mind should he not play the rest of the year out in the 1 jersey

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Post by dermo » Mon 30 Jul, 2012 8:34 am

Citizen Tiger wrote:If those metres for Ryan are correct, I would have grave concerns about our decision makers states of mind should he not play the rest of the year out in the 1 jersey
Next week Im expecting

1. Ryan
6. Marshall
7. Moltzen
9. Farah

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Post by smeghead » Mon 30 Jul, 2012 8:57 am

I am going to make an unpopular statement about Beau.

He gives everything he has and his passion for the club and the game is great but really he is not very good

The weird thing is I have been a fan of the heart and passion Ryan has shown this year but the fact he has been one of, if not the best back for this season doesn't mean he should be in the side next year.

His competitive attitude and efforts have been great but the reality is he just isn't good enough, fast enough or strong enough to warrant a walk up start into an NRL back line.

The fact he has been a standout and virtually zero consequence/demotion for our backline speaks utter volumes about how badly Sheens has messed things up
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Post by stryker » Mon 30 Jul, 2012 9:02 am

dermo wrote: Next week Im expecting

1. Ryan
6. Marshall
7. Moltzen
9. Farah
That should have been the spine since half time in round 1. Everyone knows it.

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Post by stryker » Mon 30 Jul, 2012 9:12 am

smeghead wrote: He gives everything he has and his passion for the club and the game is great but really he is not very good
Yeah disagree Smeg...

Beaus skills have doubled in the past 2 years. He is no speedster but he can finish a try, has senstional ball skills, he can defend, he attacks the ball and he believes in himself. I dont see how you can state he is not very good.

How many individual tries has he created from nothing this year and last? He did it again yesterday but was robbed.
How many times has he marked Manu and beaten him personally?

He constantly puts his body on the line in attack and defence.

After Benji, he is the next back picked in my side every day of the week. He will be runner up club player of the year this season behind Woodsie and deservably so. He has outplayed every international in the side this year. If only the rest of the backs gave a crap as much as he did we would be in a lot stronger position this year.

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Post by smeghead » Mon 30 Jul, 2012 9:18 am

I didn't mean it as an attack on Beau I just feel you can't have wingers or fullbacks who just lack any real speed.

Maybe as a centre, I don't know.

It is my opinion that the fact Beau has been our best shows exactly how poorly we are travelling.

It sounds harsh and uncalled for I know but that is just how I see it
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Post by barra » Mon 30 Jul, 2012 9:22 am

Agree Stryker.

But I see how you may feel that way about Beau, Smeg. He is not a stand-out in the fullback position, at least not like a Bowen/Barba/Stewart type which are hard acts to follow, but how all are judged. This is because Beau's attacking prowess from the back is not as frequent or effective as these guys, but perhaps if he'd been given a go at the back since the start of the year he could have vastly improved in this area - after all he has improved out of sight as a winger, who's to say he couldn't have improved as a fullback?

Anyway, well done Beau, you gave your all and your stats do show your value.

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