TODD PAYTEN NAMES NYC SIDE TO PLAY NTH QLD

TODD PAYTEN NAMES NYC SIDE TO PLAY NTH QLD

Tuesday 22 May 2012 6:06 PM
TODD PAYTEN NAMES NYC SIDE TO PLAY NTH QLD

Wests Tigers NYC Coach Todd Payten has named his side to play the North Queensland Cowboys at Campbelltown Sports Stadium on Sunday, May 27.

Payten has named a five man interchange bench. Wests Tigers sit on top of the U20s ladder.

Three big games of rugby league will be played at Campbelltown Sports Stadium, starting with Balmain Ryde Eastwood Tigers versus Western Suburbs Magpies at 10.30am. It will be followed by the NYC (12.45pm) and NRL (3pm) matches between Wests Tigers and Nth Qld Cowboys.

Gates open at 10am to Wests Tigers Members and 10.15am to the public.

WESTS TIGERS NYC SIDE

1. Manaia Rudolph
2. Marika Koroibete
3. Bradley Soe
4. Asipeli Fine
5. David Nofoaluma
6. Jordan Marshall-King
7. Jacob Miller
8. Nathan Brown
9. Ben Saunders
10. Kyle Lovett
11. Joel Luani
12. Sauaso Sue
13. Brendan Santi

14. Sonni Paasi
15. Moses Fotuaika
16. Inno Inosesio
17. Sitaleki Akaoula
18. Kurtis Rowe

Happy to see Marshall-King back! I was guttered for him last week!


Posted using RoarFEED 2012

really like the look of sue in the forwards and fine in the backs, imo these two were very impressive in the flogging of the warriors last week. a really talented side that is obviously well coached.
keep up the great work 20’s

@Blackpearl:

really like the look of sue in the forwards and fine in the backs, imo these two were very impressive in the flogging of the warriors last week. a really talented side that is obviously well coached.
keep up the great work 20’s

Has Sue bulked up this year because Payten likens him to a man amongst boys out on the field?

@willow:

@Blackpearl:

really like the look of sue in the forwards and fine in the backs, imo these two were very impressive in the flogging of the warriors last week. a really talented side that is obviously well coached.
keep up the great work 20’s

Has Sue bulked up this year because Payten likens him to a man amongst boys out on the field?

at times against the warriors he was very difficult to contain with his hard running. he runs good lines and his defence was solid. he looks as though he still has some growing to do but the potential is definately there

thank you for your sharing
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