Player stats from today



  • 1. Tedesco - 169 metres in attack, 1 line break, 1 try assist, 7 tackles, 1 missed tackle

    2. Nofoaluma - 174 metres in attack, 3 tackles, 3 missed tackles

    21. Chee-Kam - 125 metres in attack, 1 try, 1 line break, 15 tackles, 5 missed tackles

    4. Suli - 165 metres in attack, 11 tackles, 2 missed tackles

    5. Naiqama - 142 metres in attack, 1 try, 1 line break, 3 tackles, 3 missed tackles

    6. Lolohea - 66 metres in attack, 28 tackles, 2 missed tackles

    7. Littlejohn - 22 metres in attack, 24 tackles, 6 missed tackles

    8. Woods (60 minutes) - 198 metres in attack, 28 tackles, 2 missed tackles

    9. McIlwrick (28 minutes) - 40 metres in attack, 14 tackles, 1 missed tackle

    10. Seumanufagai (45 minutes) - 102 metres in attack, 21 tackles

    11. Lovett - 97 metres in attack, 47 tackles, 5 missed tackles

    12. Lawrence (37 minutes) - 47 metres in attack, 10 tackles, 2 missed tackles

    13. Taylor - 66 metres in attack, 51 tackles, 4 missed tackles

    14. Grant (33 minutes) - 75 metres in attack, 17 tackles

    15. Felise (26 minutes) - 42 metres in attack, 12 tackles, 1 missed tackle

    17. Liddle (53 minutes) - 44 metres in attack, 28 tackles, 2 missed tackles

    18. Marsters (44 minutes) - 88 metres in attack, 13 tackles, 6 missed tackles

    Overall possession = 49%
    Completion rate = 67% - This definitely hurt us
    12 offloads to the Dragons 20
    1665 metres to the Dragons 1779
    3 line breaks each
    45 missed tackles to the Dragons 42
    15 errors to the Dragons 11 - Need to fix this



  • Taylor is great but he is a concern up the middle with his lack of metres. Cleary has to figure out his role and how to handle his weaknesses. Nofo & Suli are weapons. Naiqama was also good.



  • Our back 3 just don’t rack up enough meters…. Gareth Ellis whether are you



  • @:

    Our back 3 just don’t rack up enough meters…. Gareth Ellis whether are you

    You mean backrow? Because our back 5 made plenty of metres today. Our backrow though, not good enough which is our big failing, we lack those big mobile players who can cause damage on the edges and also be effective up the middle.


  • Banned

    Considering how unfamiliar and disjointed our halves were, the back 5 all ran over 120 meters. Just shows that the pack stood up today.



  • Surprised Esan missed 6, looked more effective in defence than Felise. As for ET’s yardage, how many of those are actual hit ups versus taking it to the line and passing? And he never gets dominated in the ruck either, no matter how big the defenders.
    Lovett is a relatively solid defender, but all his runs are straight lines where he gets hit hard and loses the ruck. Not enough room for both in the 17, and it’s a pretty easy decision IMO.



  • Good stats from everyone

    If Brooks played, we win, simple as that really



  • gee a non turnstyle 5/8, not bad for his first game



  • Littlejohn and Lovett …some of the worst players i have seen put on a tigers jersey…LJ is the worst halfback i have seen in a long time. Would much rather Rankin and that is saying something.



  • Lovett is not a first grade player. Simple as that. But his stats are about the same ,if not better than, Taylors.



  • @:

    1. Tedesco - 169 metres in attack, 1 line break, 1 try assist, 7 tackles, 1 missed tackle

    2. Nofoaluma - 174 metres in attack, 3 tackles, 3 missed tackles

    21. Chee-Kam - 125 metres in attack, 1 try, 1 line break, 15 tackles, 5 missed tackles

    4. Suli - 165 metres in attack, 11 tackles, 2 missed tackles

    5. Naiqama - 142 metres in attack, 1 try, 1 line break, 3 tackles, 3 missed tackles

    6. Lolohea - 66 metres in attack, 28 tackles, 2 missed tackles

    7. Littlejohn - 22 metres in attack, 24 tackles, 6 missed tackles

    8. Woods (60 minutes) - 198 metres in attack, 28 tackles, 2 missed tackles

    9. McIlwrick (28 minutes) - 40 metres in attack, 14 tackles, 1 missed tackle

    10. Seumanufagai (45 minutes) - 102 metres in attack, 21 tackles

    11. Lovett - 97 metres in attack, 47 tackles, 5 missed tackles

    12. Lawrence (37 minutes) - 47 metres in attack, 10 tackles, 2 missed tackles

    13. Taylor - 66 metres in attack, 51 tackles, 4 missed tackles

    14. Grant (33 minutes) - 75 metres in attack, 17 tackles

    15. Felise (26 minutes) - 42 metres in attack, 12 tackles, 1 missed tackle

    17. Liddle (53 minutes) - 44 metres in attack, 28 tackles, 2 missed tackles

    18. Marsters (44 minutes) - 88 metres in attack, 13 tackles, 6 missed tackles

    Overall possession = 49%
    Completion rate = 67% - This definitely hurt us
    12 offloads to the Dragons 20
    1665 metres to the Dragons 1779
    3 line breaks each
    45 missed tackles to the Dragons 42
    15 errors to the Dragons 11 - Need to fix this

    Based on these numbers …… Marsters is still on L plates and Lovett has earned start.



  • Much improved performance this week.
    If the number completion rates, errors and missed tackles are able to be improved, the team could finish the season, putting pressure for a finals berth or at worst give them confidence going into the off season.



  • This may explain why he only played 28 min.



  • we still missing tackles like no tomorrow

    Each missed tackle puts pressure on the team even more



  • This may explain why he only played 28 min.

    "There are reports that Tigers player Matt McIlwrick was involved in a car accident before the game against the Dragons this afternoon.

    It seems as though McIlwrick had the accident just outside the stadium, and reportedly was very caring for the other driver involved."



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