Jersey Flegg Team Announcement: Round 1

Jersey Flegg Team Announcement: Round 1
Author Wests Tigers Timestamp Tue 6 Mar 2018, 03:45 PM

Wests Tigers Jersey Flegg Head Coach Craig Wilson has named his team to take on the Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs in Round 1 this Saturday afternoon.

Kickoff for the match is at 3:00pm AEDT from Campbelltown Sports Stadium.

Wilson has named a strong squad for the season opener with Development squad players Dylan Smith, Heath Gibbs, Sam McIntyre and Thomas Mikaele all included after training with the full-time squad.

Promising young halves Gus Garzaniti and Max Burey will feature together once again, while brothers Israel Seufale (wing) and Ben Seufale (lock) have also been named in the run-on side.

WESTS TIGERS JERSEY FLEGG TEAM

1. Dylan Smith
2. Israel Seufale
3. Connelly Lemuelu
4. Heath Gibbs
5. James Tautaiolefua
6. Gus Garzaniti
7. Max Burey
8. TJ Carter
9. Rua Ngati
10. Thomas Mikaele
11. Alex Seyfarth
12. Sam McIntyre
13. Ben Seufale

Interchange:
14. Jake Scott
15. Harrison Leonard
16. Kane McQuiggan
17. Alatanu Wright

Reserves:
18. Shondre Lee-Silva
19. Ben Stevanovic
21. Lucas Castle
22. Riley Cheshire
23. Curtis Wilson
25. Jarrad Spicer

Coach: Craig Wilson

Is this being televised or streamed?

No mention of it being covered so I assume no.

Flegg is not televised at all this year…

NSWRL may stream some games…

Is it correct to assume the Flegg side playing all home games at Campbelltown this year unless they are on the same time as 1st grade?

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Flegg is not televised at all this year…

NSWRL may stream some games…

They will be if the stars align with the coverage. I’ll use the Sharks as an example, Newtown is their Intrust side and will never play at Shark park because their home ground is Henson park so the Flegg will play beforehand
So there is a chance a game might be televised. The NRL and Fox have dropped the ball with this one!

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Is it correct to assume the Flegg side playing all home games at Campbelltown this year unless they are on the same time as 1st grade?

Here’s the draw
https://www.nswrl.com.au/siteassets/documents/2018-jersey-flegg-draw-master-14.2.18.pdf

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Flegg is not televised at all this year…

NSWRL may stream some games…

They will be if the stars align with the coverage. I’ll use the Sharks as an example, Newtown is their Intrust side and will never play at Shark park because their home ground is Henson park so the Flegg will play beforehand
So there is a chance a game might be televised. The NRL and Fox have dropped the ball with this one!

Is the competition being televised?

In 2018 FOX LEAGUE and Channel 9 are increasing their commitment to the NSWRL’s blue-ribbon competition, the Intrust Super Premiership NSW. At this stage there is no plan to telecast the Jersey Flegg competition but NSWRL.com.au may live stream select matches throughout the season including the finals series.

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Flegg is not televised at all this year…

NSWRL may stream some games…

They will be if the stars align with the coverage. I’ll use the Sharks as an example, Newtown is their Intrust side and will never play at Shark park because their home ground is Henson park so the Flegg will play beforehand
So there is a chance a game might be televised. The NRL and Fox have dropped the ball with this one!

Is the competition being televised?

In 2018 FOX LEAGUE and Channel 9 are increasing their commitment to the NSWRL’s blue-ribbon competition, the Intrust Super Premiership NSW. At this stage there is no plan to telecast the Jersey Flegg competition but NSWRL.com.au may live stream select matches throughout the season including the finals series.

I guess we’ll see then

This looks like a much stronger team than the one that played the Sharks. If those were our backup players then there’s no wonder we got smoked.

Halves still the weak spot but at least the backs have some firepower on paper at least!

Mikaele and McIntyre will add muscle to the pack too, hopefully the rest of the pack can shape up around them…

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This looks like a much stronger team than the one that played the Sharks. If those were our backup players then there’s no wonder we got smoked.

Halves still the weak spot but at least the backs have some firepower on paper at least!

Mikaele and McIntyre will add muscle to the pack too, hopefully, the rest of the pack can shape up around them…

Will moving Connelly Lemuelu to 5/8 help ?? and who will go to the center spot.

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This looks like a much stronger team than the one that played the Sharks. If those were our backup players then there’s no wonder we got smoked.

Halves still the weak spot but at least the backs have some firepower on paper at least!

Mikaele and McIntyre will add muscle to the pack too, hopefully, the rest of the pack can shape up around them…

Will moving Connelly Lemuelu to 5/8 help ?? and who will go to the center spot.

I like his size in the centres. and potential combination with Gibbs will be something to watch out for during the season. Craig WIlson should be able to get the forwards firing and hopefully he can develop young Seyfarth who at 6ft 4 or 5 has a ton of potential.

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Flegg is not televised at all this year…

NSWRL may stream some games…

They will be if the stars align with the coverage. I’ll use the Sharks as an example, Newtown is their Intrust side and will never play at Shark park because their home ground is Henson park so the Flegg will play beforehand
So there is a chance a game might be televised. The NRL and Fox have dropped the ball with this one!

Im stumped

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This looks like a much stronger team than the one that played the Sharks. If those were our backup players then there’s no wonder we got smoked.

Halves still the weak spot but at least the backs have some firepower on paper at least!

Mikaele and McIntyre will add muscle to the pack too, hopefully, the rest of the pack can shape up around them…

Will moving Connelly Lemuelu to 5/8 help ?? and who will go to the center spot.

I like his size in the centres. and potential combination with Gibbs will be something to watch out for during the season. Craig WIlson should be able to get the forwards firing and hopefully he can develop young Seyfarth who at 6ft 4 or 5 has a ton of potential.

Pawsandclaws, how do you rate Gibbs?? and can Lemuelu and Gibbs be our first-grade centers in time.

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