U20S TEAM CHASING FIVE STRAIGHT WINS

U20S TEAM CHASING FIVE STRAIGHT WINS
20/04/2010 4:37:34 PM

Wests Tigers will be chasing its fifth consecutive win in the Toyota Cup competition when they take on Penrith Panthers at CUA Stadium on Saturday, April 24.

Coach Grant Jones has his team sitting in third place on the ladder with four wins from six games.

Wests Tigers go into the Penrith match on the back of a 36-16 victory. Full-back Jake Mullaney scored the opening three tries for the Wests Tigers with winger Faleula Fina scoring a double.

Kick-off is 3.15pm.

1 Jake Mullaney
2 Sama Sauvao
3 Limoni Kamuta
4 Jake Clarke
5 Faleula Finau
6 Bodie Clarke
7 Jay Florimo
8 Neil Begovich
9 Dean Parata
10 Ethan Tafili
11 Shaun Spence
12 Joel Wisbey
13 Matt Hyland ©

14 Pat Politoni
15 Vaha Pulu
16 Junior Roqica
17 Mason Talolua
18 Ben Murdoch-Masila
19 Isaac Liu

That forward pack is really starting to come together…plenty of pace in the backs…

Should be a top game this 1…

Some big units on the bench too, if only Sheens took that approach with the FG side. If the Tigers play to potential they will smash Penrith. The Panthers have a -113 differential which is the worst in the comp and they are running second last at the moment.

Well done to Shaun Spence for forcing his way into the starting line up.

@Vicious:

Well done to Shaun Spence for forcing his way into the starting line up.

Here Here……and for Cuzzo finally getting his name right…credits due where credits due…

@Vicious:

Well done to Shaun Spence for forcing his way into the starting line up.

Yes indeed, well done young fella.

@Vicious:

Well done to Shaun Spence for forcing his way into the starting line up.

obviously proved a point to the right people in last weekends match….well done

@Geo.:

U20S TEAM CHASING FIVE STRAIGHT WINS
20/04/2010 4:37:34 PM

Wests Tigers will be chasing its fifth consecutive win in the Toyota Cup competition when they take on Penrith Panthers at CUA Stadium on Saturday, April 24.

Coach Grant Jones has his team sitting in third place on the ladder with four wins from six games.

Wests Tigers go into the Penrith match on the back of a 36-16 victory. Full-back Jake Mullaney scored the opening three tries for the Wests Tigers with winger Faleula Fina scoring a double.

Kick-off is 3.15pm.

1 Jake Mullaney
2 Sama Sauvao
3 Limoni Kamuta
4 Jake Clarke
5 Faleula Finau
6 Bodie Clarke
7 Jay Florimo
8 Neil Begovich
9 Dean Parata
10 Ethan Tafili
11 Shaun Spence
12 Joel Wisbey
13 Matt Hyland ©

14 Pat Politoni
15 Vaha Pulu
16 Junior Roqica
17 Mason Talolua
18 Ben Murdoch-Masila
19 Isaac Liu

That forward pack is really starting to come together…plenty of pace in the backs…

Should be a top game this 1…

Fairly settled side now and the results have come. Looking good for the finals. Can anyone comment on Jay Florimo’s form……has he improved???

@tigesup:

@Vicious:

Well done to Shaun Spence for forcing his way into the starting line up.

Yes indeed, well done young fella.

So, how was his debut through your eyes? I saw you and Kathleen on telly in the first grade game.

Yeah, good solid debut. defensively very strong.Played first 30 and last 10.

Limited opportunities in attack but I think as Bodie grows into the 6 role, Bodie and those around him will only get more, and better opportunities.

The side seems to be improving each week and if they can cut down the error rate they can take a big part in the comp.

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