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SeaEagleSI1

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15 runs
96 meters (12 dummy half runs 67 meters)
25 post contact meters
1 tackle break
30 tackles no misses
64 mins

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Dion Johnson

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The team list that runs out tomorrow will be of interest, with DCE getting two weeks if there is no Arthur playing tomorrow and Wakeham is than Arthur will get a start against the Raiders on Friday night..
 

davohan123

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The team list that runs out tomorrow will be of interest, with DCE getting two weeks if there is no Arthur playing tomorrow and Wakeham is than Arthur will get a start against the Raiders on Friday night..
Arthur should wakeham is bad and is no way ready for first grade over Arthur
 

Dion Johnson

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Arthur should wakeham is bad and is no way ready for first grade over Arthur
Yeh I agree Jake should get the jumper, the only thing that I have noticed Jake has been playing on the left side in each game this season for Workers, Brooks should stay on the left.

We will know which way they are going soon.
 

Bearfax

Grizzly old fart
Seems the second grade have clocked off this week, being smashed by a lowly placed Eels side. What happened?
 

BOZO

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Seems the second grade have clocked off this week, being smashed by a lowly placed Eels side. What happened?
This is what happened feathered friend with Brad Parker having zero impact on the game

Blacktown fail to fire in NSW Cup loss to Eels​

AuthorRicky Newell
Blacktown Workers Sea Eagles failed to fire in a disappointing 36-22 loss to the Parramatta Eels at home today in round eight of the NSW Cup.

On a day when the Blacktown Club held a special ANZAC service pre-game, the home side got off to a poor start to trail 22-6 at half-time at HE Laybutt Reserve. The Eels ran in seven tries to four despite some fightback from Blacktown Workers in the second half.

Powerful winger Raymond Tuaimalo Vaega crossed for a hat-trick for Blacktown Workers.

The loss came off the back of a tough win over Newtown away last week as Blacktown Workers try to find some consistency with two wins in their past four matches to sit in eighth spot.

Poor decision-making and the inability to stop Parramatta’s offloads hurt Blacktown’s chances at sealing their third win in a row.

Parramatta wingers Jake Tago and Isaac Lumelume got the Eels off to a flying start for a 10-0 lead after five minutes.

Tuaimalo Vaega crossed for his first try in the 22nd minute after a shift from halfback Brandon Wakeham and centre Bailey Hodgson saw the deficit to 10-6.

Back-to-back defensive sets on their own line proved costly for Blacktown as the Eels scored through second-rower Kelma Tuilagi for a 16-6 lead with six minutes to play in the first half.
Parramatta took advantage of the fatigued defence and scored through halfback Daejarn Asi on the stroke of halftime for a 22-6 lead at the break.

The Eels then scored two tries in 12 minutes with Lumelume crossing for his second in the 48th minute and fullback Zac Cini diving over three minutes later to push the lead to 30-6.

Blacktown weren’t going down without a fight as Tuaimalo Vaega dived over in the corner for his second try in the 54th minute for a 30-10 scoreline.

Parramatta centre Sean Russell slipped through the defence to score in the 64th minute to extend the lead to 36-10.

Blacktown Workers winger Watson Heleta crossed in the corner four minutes later for the Sea Eagles after a well-timed pass from centre Clayton Faulalo to take the score to 36-16.

Tuaimalo Vaega scored a consolation try in the corner to seal his hat-trick with just under a minute to play.

Blacktown Workers take on the Canberra Raiders in round 9 on Saturday May 4, at 1:45pm at 4 Pines Park.

Parramatta 36 (Tries: Tago 2’, Lumelume 5’, Tuilagi 32’, Asi 39’, Lumelume 48’, Cini 51’, Russell 64’. Goals: Asi 2/4, Russell 2/3) def. Sea Eagles 22 (Try: Tuaimalo Vaega 22’, 54’, Heleta 68’, Tuaimalo Vaega 78’. Goals: Wakeham 3/4)
 
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12 6 6 2 12
11 5 6 -88 12
12 5 6 -3 11
11 3 8 -89 8
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11 2 9 -170 6
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