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R5 MANLY NSW CUP V NEWTOWN JETS

Discussion in 'Rugby League Forum' started by Fairy Bower, Apr 2, 2013.

  1. Fairy Bower

    Fairy Bower Active Member

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    Looks like Jesse & Skinner are both out injured.

    http://www.nswrl.com.au/default.aspx?s=article-display&id=71312&title=vb-nsw-cup-team-lists---round-five

    Manly Sea Eagles Vs Newtown Jets
    Brookvale Oval, Saturday, April 6
    Kick-off: 3.00pm
    Referee: Gerard Sutton
    Broadcast: Radio Coverage courtesy of Steele Sports Radio (Link available via www.steelesports.com.au or on the www.nswrl.com.au Broadcast page)


    1. Peta Hiku
    2. Dom Nasso
    3. Jacob Gagan
    4. Esi Tonga
    5. Dean McGlinchey
    6. Dane Chisholm
    7. Jason Seage
    8. James Hasson
    9. Liam Higgins
    10. George Rose
    11. Michael Chee Kam
    12. Ben Musolino
    13. David Gower

    14. Kayne Lawton
    15. James Cunningham
    16. Steve Tavita
    17. Ligi Sao
    18. Justin Lemalu

    COACH: Luke Williamson
     
  2. manlyfan76

    manlyfan76 Parra Trolls are the best. Premium Member 2016 Tipping Competitor

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    Go Sao! Love your work.
     
  3. Fairy Bower

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    Yeah, I thought Ligi was one of our best on the weekend. Here is the Newtown Jets team with a couple of former Eagles in the side;

    1. Michael Oldfield
    2. Usaia O'Sullivan
    3. Ivan Penehe
    4. Adam Henry
    5. Paul Rokolati
    6. Ben Jones ©
    7. Ryley Jacks
    8. Lama Tasi
    9. Jack Bosden
    10. Kane Evans
    11. Dylan Napa
    12. Josh Ailaomai
    13. Tinirau Arona

    14. Ahmad Ellaz
    15. Brad Barrett
    16. Khalid Deeb
    17. Saulala Houma
    18. Nafe Seluini
    21. Ray Moujalli

    COACH: Greg Matterson
     
  4. manlyfan76

    manlyfan76 Parra Trolls are the best. Premium Member 2016 Tipping Competitor

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    Good to see old field has kicked on and The Lama is going so well! No but seriously Id have expected more from both of them, some potential there.
     
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  5. Leho

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    Anyone know how bad jsl injury is wanted to see him with a bit of game time looked likely
     
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  6. tookey

    tookey Well-Known Member 2016 Tipping Competitor

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    Can Tim and Tom provide an update on the whereabouts of Stromquist.
     
  7. The Wheel

    The Wheel Well-Known Member

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    Dont forget Ray Moujali is an ex Sea Eagle as well in 2011 from memory. Will try and get down there again on Saturday to watch the lads run around.
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    LRO?
     
  8. MWSE

    MWSE Well-Known Member

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    Out of interest what kind of crowd figures do these games at Brookie get?
     
  9. manlyfan76

    manlyfan76 Parra Trolls are the best. Premium Member 2016 Tipping Competitor

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    MIA or KIA
     
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  10. jimmyb713

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    Stromquist is listed to come of the bench for the Wyong Roos this week. Dunno what happened there as he seemed to have lots of potential.
     
  11. eagles2win

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    One of the nsw cup teams streams there games on the net - not sure if its Auckland or Newtown.
    Hopefully find a link to it if its the Bluebags.
     
  12. Fairy Bower

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    1,500 max.
     
  13. MK Eagle

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    Loving your work on these NSW Cup updates & reports FB, hope you keep it up.
    Obviously its the NRL team that is the major talking point but after some really ordinary recent seasons in lower grades, it seems we now have both quality juniors & potential in the NSW team.
    Suffered a couple of mixed results so far, but at least with a sprinkling of players who should get a run in the top grade at some stage its interesting to get these updates.
    The analysis of recent games has been well recieved so will be looking foward to the weekly Fairy Bower fix. Cheers mate!! ;)
     
  14. SeaEagleRock8

    SeaEagleRock8 Sea Eagle Lach Staff Member Premium Member 2016 Tipping Competitor

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    Maybe Stromqist missed out as a result of the late signing of Symonds
     
  15. Stevo

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    So is that NSW cup or first grade?
     
  16. Manly To Win!

    Manly To Win! Well-Known Member 2016 Tipping Competitor

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    If Tasi's going to be stuck in NSW Cup, Manly should sign him for next season, he'd be good for depth purposes. Would happily take Oldfield back too.
     
  17. Fairy Bower

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    http://www.nswrl.com.au/default.aspx?s=article-display&id=71491&title=vb-nsw-cup-previews---round-five

    Manly Sea Eagles Vs Newtown Jets
    Brookvale Oval, Saturday, April 6
    Kick-off: 3.00pm
    Referee: Gerard Sutton
    Broadcast: Radio Coverage courtesy of Steele Sports Radio (Link available via www.steelesports.com.au or on the www.nswrl.com.au Broadcast page)

    Summary: The Manly Sea Eagles made it two wins from as many games at Brookvale Oval in 2013 last Saturday when they easily accounted for a listless Bulldogs side while the Newtown Jets looked set to cause a boil over at Sharks Stadium against a high flying Cronulla side, however wilted late and slumped to their third straight defeat. The defending VB NSW Cup Premiers have struggled to find any traction early on in the season with just the solitary win against a winless Cutters side to show for their troubles. No doubt Coach Greg Matterson would have put a heavy focus on defence this week as it is unlike the Jets to post 24 points in attack and not go on to win the match, as was the case last week. The Sea Eagles should be confident heading into this one as they will take a near unchanged line up into the game with the exception of Jesse Sene Lefao who looks set to miss out after leaving last week’s match due to injury. So much at stake for both teams with Manly a chance to be 3-2 after five rounds while the Jets can’t afford to head home 1-4 either.

    Talking Point: Heading home – A couple of Jets who might accidentally head to the wrong dressing room at Brooky on Saturday are Michael Oldfield and Lama Tasi. The former Sea Eagles spent plenty of time playing together in the NYC for Manly before Tasi headed to Eastern Suburbs back in 2011. Over the off season, Oldfield has done likewise and both of these guys will surely be keen for a big performance against their former club with undoubtedly plenty of friends and family on hand to cheer them both on.

    Prediction: The Jets should be the more desperate of the two sides and that should be reflected in their performance. Jets by 10.
     
  18. bones

    bones Bones Knows Premium Member 2016 Tipping Competitor

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    Manly and Newtown should play for the Phil Sigsworth Cup.
     
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  19. Bradza

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    The What'sapacketa Cup
     
  20. Fairy Bower

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    This story is about our halves Chisholm & Seage and was in today's Manly Daily.

    Odd couple make great halves pair
    Jon Geddes


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    Sea Eagle Jason Seage is relishing his partnershipwith DaneChisholm.


    RECRUITS DOMINATE FOR MANLY IN NSW CUP

    ONE is an Australian rugby sevens representative and the other a North Curl Curl Knights junior who have teamed up to form an exciting new scrumbase combination for the Sea Eagles.

    While Daly Cherry-Evans and Kieran Foran are a lethal halves pairing in the NRL, new recruits Jason Seage and Dane Chisholm are starting to make a real impact with Manly’s NSW Cup side.

    In last Saturday’s 36-12 win over Canterbury at Brookvale Oval, they were dominant.

    Five-eighth Chisholm set up three tries while Seage also set one up and scored another by bamboozling the Bulldogs with sensational footwork.

    ‘‘That is three or four games together and we are getting better and better each week as we get used to each other,’’ Seage said.

    ‘‘But Dane and I can’t do that unless the forwards are doing their job and doing it well.’’

    Twenty-year-old Seage is a Parramatta junior who played Harold Matthews and SG Ball with the Eels before spending a year with the Australian Rugby Sevens in 2011.
    Last year he played with Parramatta under-20s and Wentworthville in the NSW Cup.

    He was a late signing by the Sea Eagles as a replacement for Liam Foran, who joined English club Salford.

    ‘‘I just thought there were more opportunities for me here at Manly,’’ Seage said.

    ‘‘I got a release in February and they made me feel welcome right away.’’

    Chisholm, the son of late Sea Eagles star Rick Chisholm, started playing with North Curl Curl when he was four before moving to Mullumbimby.

    The lightning-fast back spent three seasons with the Melbourne Storm and last year with Balmain before returning home to the northern beaches.

    ‘‘We always knew it was just going to be time with those guys,’’ coach Luke Williamson said.
     

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