Player stats from last night

1. Tedesco - 163 metres in attack, 2 tries, 2 line breaks, 2 try assists, 11 tackle breaks, 3 tackles, 2 missed tackles

2. Nofoaluma - 139 metres in attack, 1 try, 1 line break, 4 tackles, 4 tackle breaks, 3 missed tackles

3. Naiqama - 140 metres in attack, 1 try, 1 line break, 1 try assist, 14 tackles, 3 missed tackles

4. Simona - 44 metres in attack, 11 tackles, 2 missed tackles

5. Richards - 82 metres in attack, 1 try, 1 line break, 5 goals, 6 tackles

6. Moses - 94 metres in attack, 2 try assists, 18 tackles, 2 missed tackles

7. Brooks - 46 metres in attack, 1 try assist, 12 tackles, 6 missed tackles

8. Woods (56 minutes) - 180 metres in attack, 27 tackles, 1 missed tackle

9. Farah (68 minutes) - 52 metres in attack, 32 tackles, 1 missed tackle

10. Galloway (56 minutes) - 176 metres in attack, 24 tackles, 2 missed tackles

11. Sironen (64 minutes) - 64 metres in attack, 19 tackles, 2 missed tackles

12. Halatau (68 minutes) - 60 metres in attack, 1 try, 23 tackles, 2 missed tackles

13. Sue (50 minutes) - 67 metres in attack, 23 tackles, 1 missed tackle

14. Lovett (46 minutes) - 59 metres in attack, 26 tackles

15. Buchanan (13 minutes) - 51 metres in attack, 5 tackles

16. Seumanufagai (47 minutes) - 140 metres in attack, 1 line break, 21 tackles

18. Cherrington (12 minutes) - 3 metres in attack, 2 tackles

Sue a little but down in metres and I thought he was a little quiet when watching the game.

Was really happy with my whipping boy at the start of the year Halatau. Can’t believe how well he is playing this year.

@king sirro:

Sue a little but down in metres and I thought he was a little quiet when watching the game.

Was really happy with my whipping boy at the start of the year Halatau. Can’t believe how well he is playing this year.

Agree,Dene has been very good of late,leading by example,I must give credit to the other whipping boy,Lovett,he did pretty well last night with 26 tackles…good commitment …

Lovett is a better bench option than Buchanan tbh even if they are different positions, neither could bust through a wet paper bag. Would still have Santi over him. The problem is he just has no impact. When he came on last night though he missed the early testing ground and it helped him to not get found out.

Taupau and Lawry back though and it’s bye bye Kyle and Jack.

@TrueTiger:

@king sirro:

Sue a little but down in metres and I thought he was a little quiet when watching the game.

Was really happy with my whipping boy at the start of the year Halatau. Can’t believe how well he is playing this year.

Agree,Dene has been very good of late,leading by example,I must give credit to the other whipping boy,Lovett,he did pretty well last night with 26 tackles…good commitment …

I think the key for Lovett is the minutes. If he plays any more than 40 he gets gassed and becomes a liability. Short stints off the bench with games back in State Cup for fitness should be his place for now.

@Tiger In The Gong:

@TrueTiger:

@king sirro:

Sue a little but down in metres and I thought he was a little quiet when watching the game.

Was really happy with my whipping boy at the start of the year Halatau. Can’t believe how well he is playing this year.

Agree,Dene has been very good of late,leading by example,I must give credit to the other whipping boy,Lovett,he did pretty well last night with 26 tackles…good commitment …

I think the key for Lovett is the minutes. If he plays any more than 40 he gets gassed and becomes a liability. Short stints off the bench with games back in State Cup for fitness should be his place for now.

Very true TITG,the good thing though is he is gaining valuable experience at this level,he may be a better player as you say honing his skills in State Cup,I will let him show improvement next year before we cast him off…

@Tiger In The Gong:

@TrueTiger:

@king sirro:

Sue a little but down in metres and I thought he was a little quiet when watching the game.

Was really happy with my whipping boy at the start of the year Halatau. Can’t believe how well he is playing this year.

Agree,Dene has been very good of late,leading by example,I must give credit to the other whipping boy,Lovett,he did pretty well last night with 26 tackles…good commitment …

I think the key for Lovett is the minutes. If he plays any more than 40 he gets gassed and becomes a liability. Short stints off the bench with games back in State Cup for fitness should be his place for now.

Taylor said as much last week in the presso , they wanted to give him a break but Rowdy got injured and he ended up playing 75 minutes again

Brooks 6 missed tackles, still a concern IMO.

Also when you compare Lovett’s stat’s with Sirro, Sue and Halatau it’s very good

Lovett - (46 minutes) - 59 metres in attack, 26 tackles

Sirro - (64 minutes) - 64 metres in attack, 19 tackles, 2 missed tackles

Halatau - (68 minutes) - 60 metres in attack, 1 try, 23 tackles, 2 missed tackles

Sue - (50 minutes) - 67 metres in attack, 23 tackles, 1 missed tackle

Look at Ava’s stats. He really can get some metres.

Ava back to his best. Loved the run close to the line, it just shows what he can do when he charges with intent! (And gets on the end of a good pass).

Sue seems to go better in the front row rather than the #13, for what the difference is?

Moses 94 metres… if anyone deserves a licence to ‘play what is in front of you’ it looks like it’s him!

16. Seumanufagai (47 minutes) - 140 metres in attack, 1 line break, 21 tackles

I think I’m finding a place in my Teddy/Taupau love triangle for this guy…I’ll make it a quadrilateral…

Re-sign him WT or we are Bonkers…

Have we got possession and completion stats?

At work right now but would love to see these figures

Big Ava finally realising how massive he is! Well done big fella, hope we resign him

@innsaneink:

Have we got possession and completion stats?

At work right now but would love to see these figures

Possession: Us 54%, Storm 46%

Completions: Us 82%, Storm 68%

All over them really…

@stevetiger:

Look at Ava’s stats. He really can get some metres.

Yeah noticed that as well

Imagine him on the back of some forwards that hit the advatage line and he takes a hit up on the back of them .
Starting to hit his straps and you get the feeling that his happy to continue his Career with us .

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