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Discussion in 'Rugby League Forum' started by mosto, Apr 27, 2014.
Voting open people. I'm going: 3 DCE 2 Hiku 1 Littlejohn
3 DCE he was just effing sensational 2 Littlejohn for a first game he was on fire 1 Hiku 4 trys I don't think Wolfie would of scored one of those he just gets better with experience
DCE Killer Littlejohn
That's mine too.
3-dce - no surprises there 2-hiku - cant not give 4 try scorer points under any circumstances (you can, but it's unaustralian! - and not true supporter status..lol) 1-Lui - forwards need love as well...and thought he tore in all day at the line. so many honourable mentions. l'john did really well, as did lawrence, buhrer, lyon.....etc The team was great - seamless transitions from no foz, no glenn stewart, no lyon. brilliant
DCE 3 Buhrer 2 Littlejohn 1 ( wouldn;t have thought that was his 1st grade debut. How do you keep him with Foz and DCE in the halves? Hiku went well of course, 4 tries and all but all the good work was done inside. Lawrence, had a cracker, and i think Horo has been improving the last few weeks.
3) DCE 2) Lawrence 1) Hiku Starling, Ballin, Lui and Ferris were also very good.
Dce Hiku Buhrer
3 Daly 2 Hiku 1 Snake Andy1972 Manly forever
I went Buhrer and Littlejohn for the 2 and 1
DCE - 120 points in supercoach by half time Hiku - 4 tries Lawrence - 20 runs for 180m
DCE (the most dominating performances ive ever seen) Hiku Killer (goalkicking)
I voted the same way. But in truth, any one of 6 or 7 could have gotten the 1 point. I thought 3 and 2 picked themselves.
3. DCE 2. Littlejohn 1. Hiku
DCE Snake Hiku
It was definitely a great debut for Jack Frost. 3 Jack Littlejohn 2 DCE 1 Brenton Lawrence - what a great game he had too Honorable mentions for Hiku, Snake, JT, Choc.
So who is the genius that gave DCE 2? 44 votes for 131 points at time of posting. Maybe JLJ or Hikuis are members and gave themselves a 3.
3 - DCE 2 - Brett Stewart 1 - Hiku v.special mention: JLyon & BLawrence
3) DCE, 2)Lawrence, 1)Littlejohn, with honorable mentions to Hiku, Buhrer, and Lyon