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    NYC Team Announcement: Round 15

    Wests Tigers Media

    Tue 13th June, 03:45PM
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    Wests Tigers Holden Cup Head Coach Chris Hutchison has named his squad to take on the Cronulla Sharks this Saturday, June 17 for their Round 15 clash.

    Kickoff for the match is at 5:15pm AEST from Southern Cross Group Stadium.

    After a strong showing last Sunday against the Sydney Roosters, Hutchison has named a similar but strong squad for Saturday’s tough matchup against the top-of-the-table Sharks.

    Liam Pakau returns to the centres in place of Oscar Tui in the only change to the side, while Alex Seyfarth has been named in the back row following his selection in the NSW U/18 squad.

    See Wests Tigers Holden Cup squad named to take on the Cronulla Sharks below!

    Be there at Campbelltown Stadium when we take on the Titans for Friday Night Football!
    WESTS TIGERS

    1. Jai Doolan
    2. Peter Pakoti
    3. Liam Pakau
    4. Tony Tali
    5. James Tautaiolefua
    6. Gus Garzaniti
    7. Max Burey
    8. Siaosi Nasilai
    9. Daniel Peck (capt.)
    10. Edward Carter
    11. Alex Seyfarth
    12. Trent Pye
    13. Rhys Sciglitano

    Interchange:
    14. Bennett Wheelhouse
    15. Royce Tout
    16. Ben Seufale
    17. Lenny Sauni

    Reserves:
    18. Ben Powers
    19. Josh Bermingham
    20. Oscar Tui
    23. Jamin Williams
    24. Justin Frain

    Coach: Chris Hutchison

    http://www.weststigers.com.au/news/2017/06/13/nyc_team_announcemen.html



  • This game will be very lopsided unfortunately.



  • How has Tali been going since being back?



  • I’m curious, why are Lemuelu and Mikaele both out injured every second week? This has been happening all season. Do they have niggling injuries? If so why don’t we give them enough time off for them to recover?!

    Its cery disruptive for the side to continually have their two best players in and out of the side, with re-shuffles in the backs and forwards on a weekly basis. Both players have probably played no more than 7-8 games so far this season.

    Tali was man of the match last week in his first game of the season.

    Anyone see how Seyfarth went last week?



  • I enjoy watching daniel peck. He is a competitor but can loose his cool at times. With a bit of maturity this kid will play 1st grade one day



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    I enjoy watching daniel peck. He is a competitor but can loose his cool at times. With a bit of maturity this kid will play 1st grade one day

    Peck would be EXTREMELY long odds to ever get near first grade IMO. He’s a competitor no doubt, but he’d be by far the smallest forward in the NRL at the moment or at any time over the past decade. Even if he fills out a bit he’d be smaller than Moses.



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    I enjoy watching daniel peck. He is a competitor but can loose his cool at times. With a bit of maturity this kid will play 1st grade one day

    Peck would be EXTREMELY long odds to ever get near first grade IMO. He’s a competitor no doubt, but he’d be by far the smallest forward in the NRL at the moment or at any time over the past decade. Even if he fills out a bit he’d be smaller than Moses.

    Fair enough



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    I enjoy watching daniel peck. He is a competitor but can loose his cool at times. With a bit of maturity this kid will play 1st grade one day

    Peck would be EXTREMELY long odds to ever get near first grade IMO. He’s a competitor no doubt, but he’d be by far the smallest forward in the NRL at the moment or at any time over the past decade. Even if he fills out a bit he’d be smaller than Moses.

    Fair enough

    Sam Obst is the smaller NRL footballer I’ve seen, but I concede he played early 2000s.



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    I enjoy watching daniel peck. He is a competitor but can loose his cool at times. With a bit of maturity this kid will play 1st grade one day

    Peck would be EXTREMELY long odds to ever get near first grade IMO. He’s a competitor no doubt, but he’d be by far the smallest forward in the NRL at the moment or at any time over the past decade. Even if he fills out a bit he’d be smaller than Moses.

    Fair enough

    Sam Obst is the smaller NRL footballer I’ve seen, but I concede he played early 2000s.

    What about that bloke from Brisbane Ian Lacey I think his name was he would of been only 5foot in stilettos.



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    I enjoy watching daniel peck. He is a competitor but can loose his cool at times. With a bit of maturity this kid will play 1st grade one day

    No way in the world will that kid play FG.



  • Down 36-6 at halftime



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    Down 36-6 at halftime

    This game was never going to end well, let alone start well.



  • Is ANYONE looking okay for us? How is Tautaiolefua going?


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    No…

    Sharks are a terrific side…Bigger stronger faster…they will go close to winning it…



  • You have to marvel at the Sharks and how they turned around their junior development. The same could happen with the Tigers if those in charge are open to changing their ways.


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