2022 RLWC

TillLindemann

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Unless there are some boil overs, going off the draw Australia and NZ are likely to meet in one semi final. Winner of that would probably play England or Tonga in the final.
 

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Unless there are some boil overs, going off the draw Australia and NZ are likely to meet in one semi final. Winner of that would probably play England or Tonga in the final.
I know there is a romanticism surrounding Tonga, but they will be bog average over a month long campaign. They can get up for ‘one offs‘ but consistent repetition isn’t a strong point.
Id have NZ favourites but would back Australia to push them as long as not too many New South Welshmen are selected.
 

tig_prmz

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1. Tedesco
2. JAC
3. Holmes (r)
4. Mitchell (l)
5. Convo
6. Munster
7. Cleary
8. RCG
9. Hunt
10. Tino
11. Murray
12. Crichton
13. Yep

14. Grant
15. Cotter
16. Carrigan
17. Nanai
 

Tiger_Fanatic3

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Stefano Utoikamanu has withdrawn from the extended Tongan RLWC squad to focus on returning to full fitness in readiness for the 2023 pre-season.

Everything he says and does tells me that he is 100% committed, serious about becoming an elite player for the Tigers, and making our team succeed in the long term. Tigers showed faith in him by re-signing him long term, he’s doing the same back to the club here. Great attitude, many more rep opportunities ahead.
 

Halbrowne61

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1. Tedesco
2. JAC
3. Holmes (r)
4. Mitchell (l)
5. Convo
6. Munster
7. Cleary
8. RCG
9. Hunt
10. Tino
11. Murray
12. Crichton
13. Yep

14. Grant
15. Cotter
16. Carrigan
17. Nanai
Strong side but I’m not certain the Fox will be there. Surely Cobbo gets a wing spot, dynamic runner.
 

Speed2burn

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Stefano Utoikamanu has withdrawn from the extended Tongan RLWC squad to focus on returning to full fitness in readiness for the 2023 pre-season.

Everything he says and does tells me that he is 100% committed, serious about becoming an elite player for the Tigers, and making our team succeed in the long term. Tigers showed faith in him by re-signing him long term, he’s doing the same back to the club here. Great attitude, many more rep opportunities ahead.
He will make plenty of rep teams in the years ahead if his 21 form is anything to go by
 

BossHog

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Ken Maumalo named in the NZ extended RLWC squad

Joe Ofahengaue, Starford To’a and Stefano Utoikamanu named in the extended Tonga RLWC squad

Geez, Tonga must be desperate or they've gone for the old 'Just name every player in the NRL with Tongan heritage' play.
 

Pbulk

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Nof misses out on the Samoa squad, Tuilagi and Brown both in
 
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