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NRL Supercoach 2013 News stories

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    NRL SuperCoach Insider: Penrith Panthers
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    NRL SuperCoach Insider: The Broncos

    THE arrival of Scott Prince creates SuperCoach drama at the Broncos, most notably for SuperCoach favourite Corey Parker.

    Statistically the second best player in SuperCoach history, Parker has two things working against him this year.

    Firstly, he may relinquish the goal kicking duties to Prince, robbing him of about 12 points per game. Secondly, the new attack-oriented points system, particularly the 8m hit-up rule, does not suit workers as much as in the past.

    Likewise, Prince’s arrival also creates a conundrum in the halves, with Corey Norman the likely loser, and Andrew McCullough a possible winner.

    With Peter Wallace and Prince set to be the halves, something has to give: Norman.

    But a move to fullback seems unlikely given coach Anthony Griffin says he’s keen to keep Josh Hoffman at No. 1, while Justin Hodges has also expressed a desire to move into the back-field.

    Norman is therefore more likely to move to the bench. If so, Ben Hunt drops off the interchange, leaving 80 minutes for hooker McCullough.

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    The departure of Petero Civoniceva creates minutes in the front row, with Scott Anderson a possibly beneficiary. He only managed five games in 2012 due to a foot injury - at an average of just 23 minutes per match.

    Consequently, his $112,600 starting price is well below his worth in the past, when he was a key member of Brisbane’s pack.

    But with one of the best points per minute rates in the game (better than Paul Gallen), Anderson has plenty of room for improvement, if named ahead of fringe props David Hala, Jarrod Wallace and Mitchell Dodds.

    Matt Gillett has oozed SuperCoach potential for years. And 2013 could be his season to deliver given the departure of Ben Te’o and Gillett’s new-found dual position status in SuperCoach (centre/wing and back row).

    Similarly, with Gerard Beale (Dragons) gone, Hoffman set to play fullback and Yow Yeh (leg) out indefinitely, a wing spot could open for a rookie.

    The stud: Scott Anderson
    The dud: Corey Parker
     
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