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Kapow & Lawrence

Discussion in 'Rugby League Forum' started by maxta, Mar 14, 2016.

  1. maxta

    maxta Well-Known Member 2016 Tipping Competitor

    Toowoomba, Queensland
    +2,233 / 54
    Both done well in a disjointed performance.
    Kapow came back firing after getting put on his back hard.
    Lawrence also showed guts & some super runs to change tempo.
    Manly's best 2 with Jake tonight
    Lawrence is 100% to keep his spot
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  2. simon_eagle

    simon_eagle Well-Known Member

    East Sydney
    +315 / 7
    Just goes to show how much we have missed good quality go-forward from the likes of BL and Marty.

    At least we know who our starting hooker is too. It ain't that Penrith bloke.
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  3. Pittwater Legend

    Pittwater Legend Well-Known Member

    +780 / 28
    Agreed but Starling and Jake deserve to be named alongside them in the same breath.
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  4. ACT Sea Eagle

    ACT Sea Eagle Member

    +71 / 3
    The last time I wrote to Joe Kelly, I was ignored.

    Here is a recap;

    * Nate Myles - Done nothing for the Titans, stops at the line lacking both intent and purpose,and is propped up by a superb Maroons side;

    * Darcy Lussick - High error count, high penalty count, high price, and low minutes. Plays reserve grade;

    * Lewis Brown - No variety in his play, with a strong tendency toward errors;

    * Apisai Koroisau - All fluff, no substance. That means he acts fancy, but produces little to nothing.

    Daly Cherry-Evans...1.3million a year? Really? He played you.

    The club released Hiku, and instead a player who is not up to scratch in Williame, is seen as more valuable? Manly released a all-heart 40 plus tackle a game guy in Ballin for fluff? You see Rugby League is not just about being flash, it is actually far more about determination. They brought in Seiblod as a 'defensive mesiah' yet the club has leaked over 60 points in the opening 2 rounds. The team does not play for each other, fails to communicate in defence and is lacking heart. Management does not have the currency to expect that Sea Eagle supporters be patient. A winning coach in Geoff Toovey, who understood what determination, success and bleeding maroon and white meant, was replaced by Non-Manly people. The club sought out dated advice from the same Bob Fulton who has been a lead handler in NSW's decade of mediocrity. They should all be ashamed of themselves.
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  5. ACT Sea Eagle

    ACT Sea Eagle Member

    +71 / 3
    Lawrence and Starling were outstanding.
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  6. Keffola

    Keffola New Member

    +44 / 3
    Great to see Lawrence and starling go well. They well deserve their spot. we missed them so much last year.

    And goes to show what a travesty it was that the board let tooves go given our injury toll last year. If barrett continues to fail its not just him that needs to go, the board need a good hard look at themselves.
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  7. TagMonster

    TagMonster Well-Known Member

    +506 / 28
    Starting forwards next week should be:
    8. J. Trbojevic
    9. M. Parcell
    10. J. Starling
    11. B. Lawrence
    12. M. Tapau
    13. N. Myles
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  8. DYEagle

    DYEagle Active Member

    +31 / 1
    DCE very poor last tackle options.
    Matai very poor defensive reads.
    Williame doesn't offer enough, not first grade.
    Nate Miles his best years are behind him.
    Green really?

    BJ, Starling, Taupau and Jake were terrific!
  9. damiennp90

    damiennp90 Well-Known Member

    Menai, NSW
    +326 / 17
    I don't think starling had an outstanding game. Miles made more metres then him. I'd be happy adding BJ and parcel to the starting side and go from there.
  10. Simonmyers11

    Simonmyers11 Well-Known Member

    +1,966 / 93
    Jake was terriffic at lock. Thats his position. His tackling was unbelievable

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