ISP Team List: Round 15

ISP Team List: Round 15
Author Dan Talintyre Timestamp Tue 12 Jun 2018, 03:23 PM

Western Suburbs Magpies Intrust Super Premiership Head Coach Brett Hodgson has named his side to take on the North Sydney Bears this Sunday.

Kickoff for the match is at 11:55am AEST from Campbelltown Sports Stadium.

After a last start win, Hodgson has named a strong squad for Sunday’s game including NRL squad members Tuimoala Lolohea, Tyson Gamble, Pita Godinet, Jacob Liddle, JJ Felise and Chris McQueen.

Lolohea will start at fullback in place of Watson Heleta (hamstring), while Liddle starts at hooker with Matt McIlwrick called up to the first-grade squad. Godinet and Gamble will remain in the halves, while Cowen Epere earns a starting spot in the front row alongside JJ Felise and Bayley Sironen at lock.




WESTERN SUBURBS MAGPIES

1. Tuimoala Lolohea
2. Harrison O’Toole
3. Braden Robson
4. Toni Tali
5. Lucas Price
6. Tyson Gamble
7. Pita Godinet
8. JJ Felise
9. Jacob Liddle
10. Cowen Epere
11. Chris McQueen
12. Luke Garner (capt.)
13. Bayley Sironen

Interchange:
14. Joseph Ratu
15. Sam McIntyre
16. Patrice Siolo
18. Kurt Aldridge

Coach: Brett Hodgson

https://www.weststigers.com.au/news/2018/06/12/isp-team-list-round-15/

I hope Farahs playing for the Bears

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Hes #18 for Souths and not named for Norths

Interesting that Sue and Chee Kam aren’t named here.

No surprise to see Lolohea back here after his last couple of efforts.

Kurt Aldridge. Sounds familiar.
Any more info on him?

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I hope Farahs playing for the Bears

Edit
Hes #18 for Souths and not named for Norths

Anthony Seibold is on record saying he has tailored an approach for Farah where he doesnt have to play every game. i assume that will include this one.

For what its worth Seibolds way of dealing with Farah as well as also coming up with individual approaches for the Burgess twins is truely outstanding. Coach of the year that guy. He is ahead of the field.

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I hope Farahs playing for the Bears

Edit
Hes #18 for Souths and not named for Norths

Anthony Seibold is on record saying he has tailored an approach for Farah where he doesnt have to play every game. i assume that will include this one.

For what its worth Seibolds way of dealing with Farah as well as also coming up with individual approaches for the Burgess twins is truely outstanding. Coach of the year that guy. He is ahead of the field.

He’s been outstanding hasn’t he….

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I hope Farahs playing for the Bears

Edit
Hes #18 for Souths and not named for Norths

Anthony Seibold is on record saying he has tailored an approach for Farah where he doesnt have to play every game. i assume that will include this one.

For what its worth Seibolds way of dealing with Farah as well as also coming up with individual approaches for the Burgess twins is truely outstanding. Coach of the year that guy. He is ahead of the field.

He’s been outstanding hasn’t he….

The Jack Gibson type days of the team first are dead i think. Its going more NFL or EPL where you need to MANAGE these guys

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I hope Farahs playing for the Bears

Edit
Hes #18 for Souths and not named for Norths

Anthony Seibold is on record saying he has tailored an approach for Farah where he doesnt have to play every game. i assume that will include this one.

For what its worth Seibolds way of dealing with Farah as well as also coming up with individual approaches for the Burgess twins is truely outstanding. Coach of the year that guy. He is ahead of the field.

Bit early for Souths fans and NRL supporters in general to be blowing their bolt over Seabiscuit and his Bunnies. Pretty sure they haven’t played too many of the top teams in the comp yet, reckon they will steadily slide down the ladder in the next 5 or 6 weeks.
Here’s hoping anyway.

It seems like they have had a decent run with injuries too.

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I hope Farahs playing for the Bears

Edit
Hes #18 for Souths and not named for Norths

Anthony Seibold is on record saying he has tailored an approach for Farah where he doesnt have to play every game. i assume that will include this one.

For what its worth Seibolds way of dealing with Farah as well as also coming up with individual approaches for the Burgess twins is truely outstanding. Coach of the year that guy. He is ahead of the field.

Bit early for Souths fans and NRL supporters in general to be blowing their bolt over Seabiscuit and his Bunnies. Pretty sure they haven’t played too many of the top teams in the comp yet, reckon they will steadily slide down the ladder in the next 5 or 6 weeks.
Here’s hoping anyway.

It seems like they have had a decent run with injuries too.

Their rookies have been great…

Just had a look at their draw, they have played quite a few of the top sides actually- have won around 50% of those games.
They also have a pretty easy run home in the 2nd half of the comp, not many blockbuster matches away from home.
Injuries and Pommy rep duty will test their mettle.

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I hope Farahs playing for the Bears

Edit
Hes #18 for Souths and not named for Norths

Anthony Seibold is on record saying he has tailored an approach for Farah where he doesnt have to play every game. i assume that will include this one.

For what its worth Seibolds way of dealing with Farah as well as also coming up with individual approaches for the Burgess twins is truely outstanding. Coach of the year that guy. He is ahead of the field.

He’s been outstanding hasn’t he….

The Jack Gibson type days of the team first are dead i think. Its going more NFL or EPL where you need to MANAGE these guys

This is pretty much true.

Also the rise of the “leadership team” where players take ownership of big decisions.

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Anthony Seibold is on record saying he has tailored an approach for Farah where he doesnt have to play every game. i assume that will include this one.

For what its worth Seibolds way of dealing with Farah as well as also coming up with individual approaches for the Burgess twins is truely outstanding. Coach of the year that guy. He is ahead of the field.

He’s been outstanding hasn’t he….

The Jack Gibson type days of the team first are dead i think. Its going more NFL or EPL where you need to MANAGE these guys

This is pretty much true.

Also the rise of the “leadership team” where players take ownership of big decisions.

Yeah that’s a good point, all part of the change in attitude

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Kurt Aldridge. Sounds familiar.
Any more info on him?

A pretty average backup hooker if memory serves me right.

Stuck in traffic. Anyone there able to provide score updates?

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