Player and team stats from tonight



  • 1. Mbye - 98 metres in attack, 1 try, 9 runs, 7 tackles

    2. Nofoaluma - 99 metres in attack, 1 try, 13 runs, 6 tackles

    3. Marsters - 120 metres in attack, 1 try, 1 try assist, 15 runs, 13 tackles

    4. Naiqama - 150 metres in attack, 17 runs, 12 tackles

    5. Thompson - 139 metres in attack, 1 try, 12 runs, 3 tackles

    6. Marshall - 11 metres in attack, 1 run, 15 tackles, 172 kick metres

    7. Brooks - 55 metres in attack, 1 try assist, 5 runs, 12 tackles, 302 kick metres

    8. Packer - 67 metres in attack, 9 runs, 16 tackles

    9. Farah - 18 metres in attack, 3 runs, 36 tackles, 38 kick metres

    10. Matulino - 74 metres in attack, 9 runs, 28 tackles

    11. Chee-Kam - 101 metres in attack, 1 try assist, 11 runs, 21 tackles

    12. Aloiai - 86 metres in attack, 11 runs, 25 tackles

    13. Taylor - 50 metres in attack, 5 runs, 38 tackles

    14. Twal - 59 metres in attack, 7 runs, 15 tackles

    15. Sue - 124 metres in attack, 12 runs, 25 tackles

    16. Garner - 61 metres in attack, 6 runs, 17 tackles

    17. Eisenhuth - 28 metres in attack, 4 runs, 27 tackles


    Possession: 42%
    Completion rate: 30/35 = 86%
    All runs: 163 v 188
    Post contact metres: 477 v 521
    Line breaks: 5 v 3
    Tackle breaks: 39 v 38
    Av. set distance: 42.2m v 35.6m
    Av. play the ball speed: 3.44s v 3.29s
    Offloads: 9 v 10
    Forced drop outs: 1 v 3 (one more for Brooks season leading tally)
    Effective tackles: 87.5% v 85.3%
    Ineffective tackles: 15 v 13
    Penalties conceded: 12 v 6
    Errors: 11 v 12



  • Good metres from Sue



  • Just goes to show that some of those stats, players would have been crucified if we had lost, but today we did not give away nearly as much field position with unforced errors, and our defensive line worked as a team.



  • Do you realize we just beat the best attacking side in the comp by 16 when we only had 42 % possession

    I’m Impressed



  • One of those games where the stats didn’t tell the story. The Tigers were well on top from start to finish.



  • We had 52% possession at half time from memory. Up against the rope in the 2nd half but defended really well. 8-1 penalties in 2nd half…


  • Banned

    Finals or not, this year has been great. Such a pleasure to watch our team this year. Unfortunately that slump will cost us, but we have a good foundation of players with a great coach to go onto bigger and better things. Go the mighty tigers.



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    1. Mbye - 98 metres in attack, 1 try, 9 runs, 7 tackles

    2. Nofoaluma - 99 metres in attack, 1 try, 13 runs, 6 tackles

    3. Marsters - 120 metres in attack, 1 try, 1 try assist, 15 runs, 13 tackles

    4. Naiqama - 150 metres in attack, 17 runs, 12 tackles

    5. Thompson - 139 metres in attack, 1 try, 12 runs, 3 tackles

    6. Marshall - 11 metres in attack, 1 run, 15 tackles, 172 kick metres

    7. Brooks - 55 metres in attack, 1 try assist, 5 runs, 12 tackles, 302 kick metres

    8. Packer - 67 metres in attack, 9 runs, 16 tackles

    9. Farah - 18 metres in attack, 3 runs, 36 tackles, 38 kick metres

    10. Matulino - 74 metres in attack, 9 runs, 28 tackles

    11. Chee-Kam - 101 metres in attack, 1 try assist, 11 runs, 21 tackles

    12. Aloiai - 86 metres in attack, 11 runs, 25 tackles

    13. Taylor - 50 metres in attack, 5 runs, 38 tackles

    14. Twal - 59 metres in attack, 7 runs, 15 tackles

    15. Sue - 124 metres in attack, 12 runs, 25 tackles

    16. Garner - 61 metres in attack, 6 runs, 17 tackles

    17. Eisenhuth - 28 metres in attack, 4 runs, 27 tackles


    Possession: 42%
    Completion rate: 30/35 = 86%
    All runs: 163 v 188
    Post contact metres: 477 v 521
    Line breaks: 5 v 3
    Tackle breaks: 39 v 38
    Av. set distance: 42.2m v 35.6m
    Av. play the ball speed: 3.44s v 3.29s
    Offloads: 9 v 10
    Forced drop outs: 1 v 3 (one more for Brooks season leading tally)
    Effective tackles: 87.5% v 85.3%
    Ineffective tackles: 15 v 13
    Penalties conceded: 12 v 6
    Errors: 11 v 12

    Farah 3 runs for 18 metres.Hmmm surprising.Thought he was better.



  • Stats vs outcome? Easily our best game of the season, well done fellas!



  • Packer 9 runs for 67 metres, he’s getting worse I tell you, he is no longer that destructive front rower that he was last season. I have bigger wraps on guys like Sue, Twal and Grant to be honest.



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    We had 52% possession at half time from memory. Up against the rope in the 2nd half but defended really well. 8-1 penalties in 2nd half…

    Which means we had only 32% possession in the second half - what an effort as we still won the second half 12-6

    Impressive which ever way you want to slice and dice it



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    Finals or not, this year has been great. Such a pleasure to watch our team this year. Unfortunately that slump will cost us, but we have a good foundation of players with a great coach to go onto bigger and better things. Go the mighty tigers.

    Yep.It all has to do with attitude and one man.Ivan Cleary.With performances like that it improves our chances of nabbing Nathan too.



  • I like how Mbye is coming along.
    Very safe under the ball, good defence and I really liked his try and support play - unfortunately something Tui lacked.
    Think he will work out very nicely for us.


  • Banned

    @:

    I like how Mbye is coming along.
    Very safe under the ball, good defence and I really liked his try and support play - unfortunately something Tui lacked.
    Think he will work out very nicely for us.

    If we had mbeye and Farah earlier we might even be top 4. Hilarious those posters who were comparing mbeye to lolohea saying there wasn’t much difference.





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