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    NYC Team Announcement: Round 10

    Tue 9th May, 03:50PM
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    Wests Tigers Holden Cup Coach Chris Hutchison has named his squad to take on the South Sydney Rabbitohs in their Round 10 clash this Friday, May 12.

    Kickoff for the match is at 5:35pm AEST from ANZ Stadium in Sydney.

    Hutchison has named a similar side to the one that went down to the Cronulla Sharks last fortnight, with Wagga Kangaroos junior Max Burey to make his debut for the Club at halfback.

    Balmain Tigers SG Ball forward Alex Seyfarth also starts in the back row for his debut.

    See Wests Tigers Holden Cup team to take on the South Sydney Rabbitohs this week below!

    Be there to cheer us on this Friday as we take on the Rabbitohs in our Indigenous jerseys!
    WESTS TIGERS

    1. Ryan Papenhuyzen
    2. James Tautailefua
    3. Liam Pakau
    4. Toa Mata’afa
    5. Connelly Lemuelu
    6. Josh Bermingham
    7. Max Burey
    8. Thomas Mikaele
    9. Daniel Peck (capt.)
    10. TJ Carter
    11. Alex Seyfarth
    12. Trent Pye
    13. Rhys Sciglitano

    Interchange:
    14. Jamin Williams
    15. Royce Tout
    16. George Nasilai
    17. Jake Scott

    Reserves:
    18. Jarrod Tompkins
    19. Corey Kurnoth
    20. Justin Frain
    21. Ben Seufale
    23. Blake Higgins
    24. Ben Powers

    Coach: Chris Hutchison

    http://www.weststigers.com.au/news/2017/05/09/nyc_team_announcemen.html



  • Has anyone seen Jamin Williams play. That is a great name.



  • It is good to see Max Burey and Alex Seyfarth promoted from Balmain SG Ball. Seyfarth has made the NSW U18 squad. Burey comes from Laurie Daley’s home town.



  • A couple of changes in the side which I think is a positive. Hopefully the boys can knock over Souths for the second time this season. Anyone know how Seyfarth goes?



  • Seyfarth is one to watch, a very mobile forward with a high work rate. I watched him play against the Sharks’ SG Ball team last year at Woolooware. Suli and Seyfarth were the two who stood tall against the Sharks’s team which won the SG Ball last year. He is around six two or three and has a style similar to the much maligned Clenn Morrison.



  • Paenhuyzen should be dropped, no point keeping him there when the teams season appears gone and he is off to Melbourne next year



  • Does anyone know how Daniel Roberts is going? I thought he was due back this week?



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    Seyfarth is one to watch, a very mobile forward with a high work rate. I watched him play against the Sharks’ SG Ball team last year at Woolooware. Suli and Seyfarth were the two who stood tall against the Sharks’s team which won the SG Ball last year. He is around six two or three and has a style similar to the much maligned Clenn Morrison.

    Cheers Paws. Hopefully it’s the start of bigger and better things to come for him. Obviously has a bit of growing still to do too at 17-18.



  • Will be interesting to see how the backline lines up. They don’t usually play in the positions named.

    I wouldn’t be persisting with Pap at fullback. Either Lemuelu or Tautailefua should be developing there instead. All 3 can play multiple positions without weakening the squad, might as well get those who’ll be around for a while the more involved position.

    Will be watching Seyfarth closely. Hopefully he’s got a bigger frame than the likes of Ray Stone. A shame Giles is out too, they could have shored up our back row a lot. Looks very weak relying on a rookie 17 year old.


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    Seyfarth is one to watch, a very mobile forward with a high work rate. I watched him play against the Sharks’ SG Ball team last year at Woolooware. Suli and Seyfarth were the two who stood tall against the Sharks’s team which won the SG Ball last year. He is around six two or three and has a style similar to the much maligned Clenn Morrison.

    Is Seyfarth the big red head?



  • Update
    Hutchison has confirmed a few late changes for the side, with Connelly Lemuelu (5) and Alex Seyfarth (11) both ruled out with injury. They are replaced by Jamin Williams and Justin Frain.

    http://www.weststigers.com.au/news/2017/05/11/nyc_team_update_roun.html



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    Update
    Hutchison has confirmed a few late changes for the side, with Connelly Lemuelu (5) and Alex Seyfarth (11) both ruled out with injury. They are replaced by Jamin Williams and Justin Frain.

    http://www.weststigers.com.au/news/2017/05/11/nyc_team_update_roun.html

    Which was very disappointing news. I was looking forward to seeing these boys play tonight. Bright prospects.

    This squad also doesn’t have great depth so it’s a blow to their chances of winning too.



  • 11’—Dean Hawkins is the first try scorer of the game for the Rabbitohs, he backs up with a conversion. We trail 6-0.



  • 22’— Sam Johnstone goes in for the try for the Rabbitohs but is held up by our defence. Still trailing 6-0



  • 26’— Ryan Papenhuyzen comes off the field with a suspected leg injury.

    Looks like stick has broken again.


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