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Manly V Raiders -Teams,News & Game Day chat

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  1. Berkeley_Eagle

    Berkeley_Eagle Current Status: 24/7 Manly Fan 2016 Tipping Competitor

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    Manly V Raiders -Teams,News & Game Day chat

    MANLY-WARRINGAH SEA EAGLES vs CANBERRA RAIDERS
    Canberra Stadium
    Friday 30th May 2008

    7.45pm - NRL Kick-off
    5.15pm - Toyota Cup
    5.00pm - Gates Open
    4.45pm - Box Office Opens


    [​IMG]
    SEA EAGLES NRL TEAM:
    01.Brett Stewart
    02.Michael Robertson
    03.Jamie Lyon
    04.Steve Matai
    05.David Williams
    06.Steve Menzies
    07.Matt Orford ©
    08.Brent Kite
    09.Matt Ballin
    10.Josh Perry
    11.Anthony Watmough
    12.Glenn Stewart
    13.Luke Williamson
    Interchange:
    14.Heath L'Estrange
    15.Glenn Hall
    16.Adam Cuthbertson
    17.Mark Bryant
    18.Vic Mauro (1 player to be omitted)

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    CANBERRA RAIDERS NRL TEAM:

    1. BRONX GOODWIN
    2. COLIN BEST
    3. ADRIAN PURTELL
    4. JOEL MONAGHAN
    5. DAVID MILNE
    6. TERRY CAMPESE
    7. TODD CARNEY
    8. SCOTT LOGAN
    9. ALAN TONGUE (c)
    10. DANE TILSE
    11. GLEN TURNER
    12. NIGEL PLUM
    13. JOE PICKER

    14. JOSH MILLER
    15. GLEN BUTTRISS
    16. TREVOR THURLING
    17. TROY THOMPSON
    18. BEN JONES
    ______________


    Sea Eagles Toyota Cup Team:
    Rhys Wolloghan, Trent Reilly, Mark Page, Matt Grieve, John Grey, Kieran Foran, Daly Cherry-Evans, Inoke Tapaatoutai, Jamie Buhrer, Ilija Radan ©, Darcy Lussick, Jared Waerea-Hargreaves, Kenny Edward
    Interchange: Jai Jones-Wiegold, Zac Bowles, Cameron Woo, James Cunningham, Brad Bennett, Bodie O’Connell
    Coach: David Penna

    Sea Eagles NSW Cup Team:
    Sean Meaney, Andrew Everingham, Jon Grieve, James Mortimer, Gideon Mzembe, Shane Neumann, Jeff Robson ©, Chris Trembath, Ray Nasso, Phil Morwood, Jack Afamasaga, Mark Offerdahl, Jason Wells
    Interchange: Trent Rose, Tim Browne, George Rose, Dean Connell
    Coach: Craig Sandercock​

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    Sea Eagles

    Game Record: Played 10, Won 6, Lost 4 HOME P 6, W 4, L 2  AWAY P 4, W 2, L 2
    Points Scored: 23.4 p/g
    Points Conceded: 13.9 p/g
    Tries Scored: 4.2 p/g
    Tries Conceded: 2.3 p/g
    Completion Rates: 30.8/41.1 (74.9%)
    Line Breaks: 4.6 p/g
    Tackle Busts: 36.4 p/g
    Missed Tackles: 32.1 p/g
    Metres Gained: 1397.3 p/g

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    Raiders

    Game Record: Played 9, Won 4, Lost 5 HOME P 4, W 3, L 1  AWAY P 5, W 1, L 4
    Points Scored: 17.89 p/g
    Points Conceded: 21.44 p/g
    Tries Scored: 3.33 p/g
    Tries Conceded: 3.56 p/g
    Completion Rates: 28.9/40.8 (70.8%)
    Line Breaks: 3.67 p/g
    Tackle Busts: 24.22 p/g
    Missed Tackles: 30.67 p/g
    Metres Gained: 1206.11 p/g


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    HEAD TO HEAD RECORDS (1982 - )

    Overall Head-to-head Records
    Played 39; Manly 22, Canberra 16, Drawn 1

    Head-to-head at Canberra Stadium
    Played 10; Manly 5, Canberra 5

    Record Crowd these Clubs (Excludes Finals)
    26186 at Brookvale Oval, 28/8/1994 (Rd 22), Canberra Won 21 - 18

    Last 10 Games Head-to-head:

    Played 10; Manly 5, Canberra 5

    Won By Score Venue Date
    Manly 46 - 30 Canberra Stadium 6/5/2007 (Rd 8 )
    Manly 32 - 6 Brookvale Oval 17/3/2007 (Rd 1)
    Canberra 27 - 14 Brookvale Oval 11/3/2006 (Rd 1)
    Manly 36 - 18 Canberra Stadium 3/9/2005 (Rd 26)
    Manly 36 - 14 Brookvale Oval 17/4/2005 (Rd 6)
    Manly 36 - 22 Brookvale Oval 1/8/2004 (Rd 21)
    Canberra 48 - 22 Canberra Stadium 29/5/2004 (Rd 12)
    Canberra 51 - 16 Brookvale Oval 10/8/2003 (Rd 22)
    Canberra 29 - 16 Brookvale Oval 13/6/1999 (Rd 15)
    Canberra 36 - 6 Canberra Stadium 11/4/1999 (Rd 6)


    Biggest Head-to-head Wins
    Manly 61 - 20 Brookvale Oval 11/7/1982 (Rd 20)
    Canberra 51 - 16 Brookvale Oval 10/8/2003 (Rd 22)


    Most Tries in a Match Head-to-head
    4 J Monaghan (Canberra) Canberra Won 51 - 16 (Rd 22, 2003)
    3 M Robertson (Manly) Manly Won 46 - 30 (Rd 8, 2007)


    Most Goals in a Match Head-to-head
    11 M Eden (Manly) Manly Won 61 - 20 (Rd 20, 1982)
    6 M Gafa (Canberra) Canberra Won 48 - 22 (Rd 12, 2004)


    Most Points in a Match Head-to-head

    26 M Ridge (Manly)(2T, 9G, 0FG) Manly Won 46 - 12 (Rd 6, 1991)
    16 C Schifcofske (Canberra)(1T, 6G, 0FG) Canberra Won 51 - 16 (Rd 22, 2003)
     
  2. The Wheel

    The Wheel Well-Known Member

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    Re: Manly V Raiders -Teams,News & Game Day chat

    Where is Bell & Kingy
     
  3. PONTIAN SEA EAGLE

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    Re: Manly V Raiders -Teams,News & Game Day chat

    Still injured i'd say.
     
  4. Ryan

    Ryan Well-Known Member

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    Re: Manly V Raiders -Teams,News & Game Day chat

    IN the Ice Hockey, there is this dude with deep vein thrombosis. He managed it, and was back on the ice within days. If Bani isn't back very, VERY soon - start to worry.

    I reckon Bell might play.
     
  5. DVS Matt

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    1. BRONX GOODWIN 
    2. COLIN BEST 
    3. ADRIAN PURTELL 
    4. JOEL MONAGHAN 
    5. DAVID MILNE 
    6. TERRY CAMPESE 
    7. TODD CARNEY 
    8. SCOTT LOGAN 
    9. ALAN TONGUE (c) 
    10. DANE TILSE 
    11. GLEN TURNER 
    12. NIGEL PLUM
    13. JOE PICKER 

    INTERCHANGE: 
    14. JOSH MILLER 
    15. GLEN BUTTRISS 
    16. TREVOR THURLING 
    17. TROY THOMPSON 
    18. BEN JONES 
     
  6. Kiwi Eagle

    Kiwi Eagle Moderator Staff Member 2016 Tipping Competitor

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    Re: Manly V Raiders -Teams,News & Game Day chat

    Hopefully Bell does play, Lyon to 6 and Beaver to pack

    Purtell from the Raiders had DVT early last year and missed the rest of the season
     
  7. Berkeley_Eagle

    Berkeley_Eagle Current Status: 24/7 Manly Fan 2016 Tipping Competitor

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    Re: Manly V Raiders -Teams,News & Game Day chat

    Referee: Sean Hampstead

    Stats with Hampstead
    Manly
    Pl 29 won 16 Lost 13
    away
    pl 16 won 7 lost 9

    Canberra
    Pl 26 won 10 lost 16
    at home
    Pl 14 won 9 lost 5
     
  8. Bradza

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    Re: Manly V Raiders -Teams,News & Game Day chat

    For those not aware it looks like the Brisbane v Parra match is the live match in NSW this Friday. Our game is listed as the second game in the various TV programs which is a pain in the butt. Geez, Parra must be going really well this year.............

    Even 2GB is broadcasting from Suncorp. If your desperate for live coverage I would check out ABC Canberra on the web. The NRL site may have a link to this otherwise it will just be intermittent updates on radio, NRL site or via the Live Score facility on MWSE site.
     
  9. the_parts

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    I will be in melbourne on friday.....does anyone know if Ch.9 shows the footy down there? or even replay on fox sports?
     
  10. Nutzcraw

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    Re: Manly V Raiders -Teams,News & Game Day chat

    you'll get replays of both games on fox sports but they don't kick off til 11:00pm.
     
  11. The Wheel

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    No live score on MSE this week
     
  12. DVS Matt

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    The only place that will have the game live is local ABC Radio in Canberra.

    http://www.abc.net.au/canberra/
     
  13. CliffyIsGod

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    That's crap. I hate watching it delayed!
     
  14. Berkeley_Eagle

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    Re: Manly V Raiders -Teams,News & Game Day chat

    also on nrl.com live audio link
     
  15. The Gronk

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    nine usually shows it at 3am or something.....
     
  16. Fluffy

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    it will be live at bruce stadium too :)
     
  17. Berkeley_Eagle

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    Raiders v Sea Eagles Preview
    Big League
    http://nrl.com/News/Latest/tabid/10244/default.aspx?id=51269
    Canberra Stadium
    Friday 7.45pm

    IT’S not often the Canberra faithful get to come out on a Friday night to see their Raiders go around so hopefully the occasion brings forth the big crowd it deserves.

    The Green Machine comes into this crucial clash against the fourth-placed Sea Eagles in a respectable 10th position and they know they need to keep the win column ticking over if they are to stay in the dogfight for finals’ positions this season.

    They come into the match fresh from a bye and a pummelling of the hapless South Sydney so there should be no excuses come kick-off.

    They enter the clash with a settled squad having named the same side that dismantled Souths in round 10. Troy Thompson has been named as 18th man at this stage.

    For Manly, the game couldn’t come soon enough after last week’s loss to the Dragons at Brookvale. Prior to the loss the Sea Eagles had made steady progress up the ladder but the shock loss has some cynics resurfacing.

    Coach Des Hasler has stuck with the same 17 to take on the Raiders but has named Vic Mauro as an extra man on the bench.

    It looms as a danger game for the Sea Eagles who need to get back in the winner’s circle if they are to consolidate a top-four spot.

    Canberra are well rested and always play better in the nation’s capital when the weather starts to get chilly.

    Watch out Raiders: The Sea Eagles are deadly when they get into the attacking red zone. Having scored 33 of their 42 tries from within 20 metres the Manly boys are one of the league’s best sides at turning good field position into tries.

    The flipside to this is the Raiders can make life difficult for the Eagles if they can limit their time in the attacking quarter.

    An aggressive defensive line is needed in the middle of the field to contain the Manly metre eaters especially considering the Raiders have conceded 11 tries up the middle and Manly have scored 13 up the guts.

    Watch out Sea Eagles: Canberra’s kick accuracy of 62 per cent is one of the best in the NRL and will allow them to dictate field position if the Manly side doesn’t pressure the kickers.

    As stated above, the Raiders need only dominate field territory to make Manly suffer so it is imperative Todd Carney isn’t given a free rein to place the ball wherever he likes.

    The Sea Eagles only find space 48 per cent of the time, further highlighting the importance of kick-pressure and a good kick-chase in this game.

    Where it will be won: It might just come down to defence of attacking kicks. Manly have scored 12 but leaked eight tries to kicks this year, while Canberra have scored eight and leaked 11.

    Canberra struggle defusing the grubber kick (69 per cent success, 13th in NRL) and the bomb (59 per cent success, 15th in NRL) while Manly have only defused half of the cross-field bombs they’ve faced and are yet to clean up a banana kick.

    Matt Orford and Carney should spend some extra sessions sharpening up their skills before heading out for this one.

    The History: Played 39; Raiders 16, Sea Eagles 22, drawn 1. Manly have won five of the past six matches between the sides. At Canberra Stadium the teams have split 10 games with five wins a piece, although the last time Canberra beat Manly in Canberra was 2004.

    Conclusion: The sensible tip is Manly but the Raiders are a 12-point better team at home and the Sea Eagles come into the clash off a poor loss.

    It is by no means beyond the Green Machine to cause an upset here; in fact they are a good chance to do so.

    With plenty to play for, Canberra might just turn it on and if the weather is cold as the winter approaches the boys from the sunny northern beaches might find it difficult to adapt.

    If you need to jag a few upsets in your tipping competition, think long and hard about using this game to mount a charge.

    Match officials: Referee – Sean Hampstead; Sideline Officials – Tony De Las Heras & David Abood; Video ref – Paul Simpkins.

    Televised: Channel Nine – Delayed 9.30pm (NSW & Qld).
     
  18. webby66

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    Can report a beautiful day in the nation's crap capital. This means a chilly night probably about 4 or 5 degrees and no wind for the game. Will be there, freezing my proverbials, and absolutely bagging the crap out of T. Carney. Looking forward to this as I dont get a chance to get up to Sydney much to watch the boys. Go Manly!
     
  19. The Wheel

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    I presume that means no rain, sleet or snow - we might have chance
     
  20. DSM5

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    Didn't we win the last game down there quite comfortably?  No reason to think we won't win this time.  All those forwards have to remember is to go forward with determination and pace and no silly offloads.
     

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