Team List R24 - ISP v Manly..

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Team List R24 - ISP
Wests Tigers Intrust Super Premiership Coach Paul Stringer has named his side to take on the Manly-Warringah Sea Eagles in their Round 24 clash this Sunday.

Kickoff for the match is at 1:00pm from Brookvale Oval as Wests Tigers look to continue their strong run of form and push towards a potential top-two finish in the regular season.

Having secured a finals berth last week with a strong win over Wentworthville, the third-placed Wests Tigers will be looking to make it three wins in a row this week against the 11th-placed Sea Eagles and try catch Illawarra, who sit two points ahead on the ladder.

Stringer has named a similar side for Sunday’s game to the one that beat the Magpies, with captain Jack Littlejohn dropping back to the team after a number of impressive recent performances in first-grade. His inclusion in the halves sees Justin Hunt drop back to fullback, with Watson Heleta shifting to the wing to cover for Josh Addo-Carr (NRL).

Rod Griffin (arm) misses out with injury, with Matt Eisenhuth promoted to the starting side, while Dallas Graham and Manaia Rudolph have been named on a five-man bench.

See Wests Tigers Intrust Super Premiership team named to take on the Sea Eagles below!

Don’t miss our last home game of the year against the Raiders at Leichhardt Oval!
WESTS TIGERS INTRUST SUPER PREMIERSHIP

1. Justin Hunt
2. Charlie Taylor
3. Chance Peni
4. Michael Chee Kam
5. Watson Heleta
6. Jack Littlejohn
7. Jeremy Marshall-King
8. Jordan Grant
9. Robbie Farah
10. JJ Felise
11. Tyler Cassel
12. Curtis Sironen
13. Matthew Eisenhuth

Interchange:
14. Manaia Cherrington
15. Jackson Williams
16. Wesley Lolo
17. Dallas Graham
19. Manaia Rudolph

Coach: Paul Stringer

http://www.weststigers.com.au/news/2016/08/16/intrust_super_premie.html

Is Farah able to play in the final series or has he not played enough games to qualify.

@everett:

Is Farah able to play in the final series or has he not played enough games to qualify.

He can only play if the NRL make the semis I think

Robbie’s farewell LO game.

Strong team for reserve grade …. Wests by plenty …

@GNR4LIFE:

Robbie’s farewell LO game.

It’s being played at Brookvale dude…

@willow:

@GNR4LIFE:

Robbie’s farewell LO game.

It’s being played at Brookvale dude…

I mis-read the last sentence. My bad.

Any live stream for this game tomorrow?.

@GoldXR50Leroy:

Any live stream for this game tomorrow?.

No Stream that I can find …but you can listen on the net here… http://steelesports.com.au/

At least we have got something to support at the business end.
Premierships in the Reggies and NYC would be better than nothing I suppose. Here’s hoping we are watching either or both on GF day.

@Fade To Black:

At least we have got something to support at the business end.
Premierships in the Reggies and NYC would be better than nothing I suppose. Here’s hoping we are watching either or both on GF day.

Do you realise that the Grand Finals are on different days!, the winner of the NSW Intrust Super Cup gets to take on the winner of the QLD Intrust Super Cup on NRL Grand Final day, a big ask to get to the big day.

Late Changes…


WESTS TIGERS

1. Justin Hunt
2. Charlie Taylor
3. Chance Peni
4. Michael Chee Kam
5. Watson Heleta
6. Jack Littlejohn (capt.)
7. Jeremy Marshall-King
8. Jordan Grant
14. Manaia Cherrington
10. JJ Felise
11. Tyler Cassel
12. Curtis Sironen
17. Dallas Graham

Interchange:
13. Matthew Eisenhuth
15. Jackson Williams
16. Wesley Lolo
19. Manaia Rudolph

Coach: Paul Stringer

http://www.weststigers.com.au/news/2016/08/21/late_changes_intrust.html

Farah has a virus…

Manly 1st to score…WT 0 - 4…20mins gone…

Suspect anything with Robbie out??

Manly in for their 2nd try wide out for 8-0, too much dropped ball, too many penalties.

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