Can someone please let me know how to attach a previous post from another poster to my response to it. I’m old school. Also to attach a thread that i started awhile back
Only my first post in the thread. Would be forever grateful.😊
from that hole in the ground that I dare not mention it’s name
And here they come! I’m in BNE and was telling a QLDr about Laurie Nichols. Apparently they knew of him here too. The first time I saw him in the late 70s I asked myself who the hell is this guy😁? A real character of the game. Anyway do it for Laurie Tigs and give the silver tails the wooden spoon.
I thought Eisenhuth was good last week; he played long minutes and his defence in the middle was good. I don’t know what to think about his running style, it may be that he only has one speed but I’d like to see the coaching staff getting him to run with some real intent; with his size he’d be almost unstoppable.
Not sure what it is - just ambles to the line instead of hitting with a charge. Think it is that he is more an offloader but probably told not to offload that often.
Whatever it is - it needs to be fixed before next season.
I heard that the Eagles went out cow tipping on Tuesday night to prepare for the Huth.
NRL Late Changes: Round 24
Author Dan Talintyre Timestamp Thu 23 Aug 2018, 06:46 PM
Wests Tigers Head Coach Ivan Cleary has finalised his side to take on the Manly-Warringah Sea Eagles for their Round 24 clash tonight at Campbelltown Stadium.
Kickoff for the match is at 7:50pm AEST, with live coverage via FOX League and Channel 9.
Looking to win and keep their finals hopes alive, Wests Tigers have confirmed just one late change as per the last few weeks with Jacob Liddle joining the interchange bench in jersey 18.
Liddle is a late inclusion for Luke Garner, who will warm up as 18th man for tonight’s game.
With Elijah Taylor out injured, Chris Lawrence returns to the run-on side with Matt Eisenhuth at lock, while Josh Aloiai starts his first game since breaking his hand in the Round 19 win over South Sydney.
1. Moses Mbye
2. David Nofoaluma
3. Esan Marsters
4. Mahe Fonua
5. Kevin Naiqama
6. Benji Marshall
7. Luke Brooks
8. Russell Packer
9. Robbie Farah
10. Ben Matulino
11. Chris Lawrence
12. Michael Chee Kam
13. Matt Eisenhuth
14. Alex Twal
15. Sauaso Sue
17. Josh Aloiai
18. Jacob Liddle
Coach: Ivan Cleary
Lets hope Aloiai steps up tonight. Garner is unlucky so these guys need to show a bit to take a spot.
They play for each other. There has been very few times in our history where the players have given everything and kept fighting. Even when we won in 2005 we rarely had to play with backs to the wall because we were such a spectacular side.
I think it is Cleary bringing in a culture change. I remember watching the Manly side of 2 or 3 years ago in awe - they would fight even when down by 16 with 10 to go. We are starting to see our side do that and it is brilliant.