James Gavet > Warriors



  • The Warriors’ stunning season 2016 recruitment drive has continued with wrecking-ball forward James Gavet set to be announced as their latest signing.

    The bounce-about forward will join superstar signings Roger Tuivasa-Sheck and Issac Luke in New Zealand this week after the Brisbane Broncos released him.

    Gavet, 26, suffered a knee injury last year and is looking to resurrect his career back on home soil with the Warriors after stints with the Bulldogs and Tigers.


    Read more at http://www.zerotackle.com/nrl/another-big-deal-for-warriors-20097/#84f8AU1c0qOhfsQz.99



  • Warriors have made some really good signings, not looking forward to round one.

    Such a dominating side, the likes of

    Mannering
    Gubb
    Henry
    Vatuvei
    Hurrel
    Johnson
    Kata
    Gavet
    Hoffman
    Leuluai
    Lillyman
    Lolohea
    Louisi
    Matulino
    Palavi
    Thomson
    Sheck
    Luke

    What a dream team



  • Has he achieved journeyman status yet?



  • And I’d suggest there goes the Copley to the Tigers hopes



  • @happy tiger:

    And I’d suggest there goes the Copley to the Tigers hopes

    Gavet isn’t contracted to the Broncos, he was released a few months ago



  • @Milky:

    Warriors have made some really good signings, not looking forward to round one.

    Such a dominating side, the likes of

    Mannering
    Gubb
    Henry
    Vatuvei
    Hurrel
    Johnson
    Kata
    Gavet
    Hoffman
    Leuluai
    Lillyman
    Lolohea
    Louisi
    Matulino
    Palavi
    Thomson
    Sheck
    Luke

    What a dream team

    Looks good on paper , lets see how they go as a fully functioning football team



  • @happy tiger:

    @Milky:

    Warriors have made some really good signings, not looking forward to round one.

    Such a dominating side, the likes of


    What a dream team

    Looks good on paper , lets see how they go as a fully functioning football team

    Agreed, wana give their side a shot

    1. Roger Tuivasa Sheck
    2. Jonathon Wright
    3. Konrad Hurrel
    4. Solamana Kata
    5. Manu Vatuvei

    6. Tuimoala Lolohea
    7. Shaun Johnson

    8. Jacob Lillyman
    9. Issac Luke
    10. Ben Matulino
    11. Bodene Thomson
    12. Ryan Hoffman
    13. Simon Mannering

    14. John Palavi
    15. James Gavet
    16. Charlie Gubb
    17. Thomas Leiluai



  • @happy tiger:

    And I’d suggest there goes the Copley to the Tigers hopes

    Shame because I think we are a quality player short of being a realistic shot at the eight and Copley is a quality player.



  • I doubt Gavet will make the top 17 at the warriors. He is pretty ordinart. Also only good for 15 minute stints.



  • In all seriousness, who really cares about James Gavet anyway??



  • I’m just glad we have them in Round 1 - That warriors team on paper is enormous.

    Rounds 1 - 7 is going to be the best shot any team will have to take them down, barring injuries.

    if they stay relatively injury free and IF they play to their potential, (Two very big IF’s) that team will win the comp.



  • This is the warriors. They will look like premiers at some point before falling away and ending up also rans.



  • @underdog:

    I’m just glad we have them in Round 1 - That warriors team on paper is enormous.

    Rounds 1 - 7 is going to be the best shot any team will have to take them down, barring injuries.

    if they stay relatively injury free and IF they play to their potential, (Two very big IF’s) that team will win the comp.

    The Warriors always look like they have a side that will challenge for the trophy but until they change their attitude and toughen up they are always going to be wannabes. Too many players that going missing during games.



  • @Milky:

    @happy tiger:

    @Milky:

    Warriors have made some really good signings, not looking forward to round one.

    Such a dominating side, the likes of


    What a dream team

    Looks good on paper , lets see how they go as a fully functioning football team

    Agreed, wana give their side a shot

    1. Roger Tuivasa Sheck
    2. Jonathon Wright
    3. Konrad Hurrel
    4. Solamana Kata
    5. Manu Vatuvei

    6. Tuimoala Lolohea
    7. Shaun Johnson

    8. Jacob Lillyman
    9. Issac Luke
    10. Ben Matulino
    11. Bodene Thomson
    12. Ryan Hoffman
    13. Simon Mannering

    14. John Palavi
    15. James Gavet
    16. Charlie Gubb
    17. Thomas Leiluai

    Kata and Hurrell are an awful centre pairing defensively, especially with Manu and Jono Wright outside them. They’d be better with Lolohea in the centres and Robson at halfback, that would be a better balanced side all round. They also have better options than Gavet and Gubb for their bench - poor discipline is the bane of the Warriors and those two have it in spades…



  • @Milky:

    @happy tiger:

    @Milky:

    Warriors have made some really good signings, not looking forward to round one.

    Such a dominating side, the likes of


    What a dream team

    Looks good on paper , lets see how they go as a fully functioning football team

    Agreed, wana give their side a shot

    1. Roger Tuivasa Sheck
    2. Jonathon Wright
    3. Konrad Hurrel
    4. Solamana Kata
    5. Manu Vatuvei

    6. Tuimoala Lolohea
    7. Shaun Johnson

    8. Jacob Lillyman
    9. Issac Luke
    10. Ben Matulino
    11. Bodene Thomson
    12. Ryan Hoffman
    13. Simon Mannering

    14. John Palavi
    15. James Gavet
    16. Charlie Gubb
    17. Thomas Leiluai

    I think your team is way off….


    1. Roger Tuivasa-Sheck
    2. Tui Lolohea
    3. Blake Ayshford
    4. Solomone Kata
    5. Manu Vatuvei
    6. Jeff Robson
    7. Shaun Johnson
    8. Jacob Lillyman
    9. Issac Luke
    10. Ben Matalino
    11. Bodene Thonpson
    12. Ryan Hoffman
    13. Simon Mannering

    14. Thomas Leuleui
    15. Ligi Sao
    16. Albert Vete
    17. Charlie Gubb

    Hurrel & Gavet miss out / maybe bench spot during the year.
    I think I heard Hurrell is on the outer?


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