Team List R25 - NYC v Warriors...
Holden Cup Team Announcement: Round 25
Wests Tigers Media
Tue 23rd August, 04:45PM
Team List R25 - NYC
Wests Tigers NYC Holden Cup Coach Willie Peters has named his team to take on the New Zealand Warriors for their Round 25 clash this Sunday, August 28.
Kickoff for the match is at 11:45am AEST (1:45pm local time) from Mount Smart Stadium as Wests Tigers look to build off last week’s stunning upset over the competition-leading Penrith Panthers and continue their push towards a possible top four finish.
With just two games remaining in the regular season, Wests Tigers sit in sixth spot on the Holden Cup ladder but are just two points of the third-placed Sydney Roosters.
In good news for the side, fullback Daniel Roberts has been named to play after being the victim of a nasty tackle last week which resulted in him being stretchered from the field.
Mark McCormack also returns from injury in the back row, with Junior Kiwi international Esan Marsters moved to the centres to cover for Tony Tali (Intrust Super Premiership).
Jack Wheelhouse will again captain the side as they look to make it back-to-back wins over the New Zealand Warriors following a 26-12 win when they met back in Round 1.
See Wests Tigers Holden Cup team named to take on the New Zealand Warriors below!
Don’t miss our last home game of the year against the Raiders at Leichhardt Oval!
HOLDEN CUP ROUND 25
Vodafone Warriors vs. Wests Tigers
Sunday, August 28 at 11:45am AEST
1. Daniel Roberts
2. Roman Ioelu
3. Toa Mata’afa
4. Esan Marsters
5. Obed Karwhin
6. Veiru Mapesone
7. Thomas Bartley
8. Ray Stone
9. Jacob Liddle
10. Taniela Paseka
11. Jakob Giles
12. Mark McCormack
13. Jack Wheelhouse (capt.)
14. Daniel Peck
15. Lenny Sauni
16. Trent Pye
17. Rhys Sciglitano
18. Pio Sokobalava
Coach: Willie Peters
Not sure about Marsters in the centres, hope he doesnt get shown up. It will be a tough game across the ditch against a big Warriors side. Hopefully the side can get up again after a tough showing against the Panthers.
macman last edited by
Anyone know where Ryland Jacobs is
magpiecol last edited by
On Fox Sports this Sunday.
balmain boy last edited by
Fox are interviewing Jacobs? Obscure, but good on him.
Down 12-0 but should be down about 40-0…our attack atrocious, below 50% completion I believe?
Our defense has been very good tho
balmain boy last edited by
Absolutely rubbish performance from our boys. Completing at under 50%.
Halves - atrocious
Backs - pathetic
Forwards - meh, very average
This team has been stripped of all quality now. Thread bare squad of backup backup backup players.
Lucky to only be 12-0 down but the warriors are playing extremely poorly as well. Any other top 8 side would be 30 points up at half time against either team!
Yossarian last edited by
Yeah they really need to get the fundamentals right. Marsters looking okay from what I saw.
Start this half playing simple footy. Complete some sets. Kick to corners. Build some pressure. Then once they earn the right that’s when they can shift the ball around
It just looked like they were throwing the ball around with no real purpose
Game is real important for our top 4 aspirations
11 errors and only 44 minutes in That’s bad even after 80 minutes
And ball dropped with the line in sight…
12-0 Warriors 48 mins gone
12-12 now with the Tigers gaining momentum in the second half. Tries to Bartley and Roberts. Jackson just held up. 22 to go
Mark McCormack in under the posts now. 16-12 ktc
For the record, Paseka and Liddle are not playing today either, so this second half comeback has been quality so far.
18-12 Tigers, 20 to go.