Forward Stats

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  1. Canteen Worker

    By:Canteen WorkerSep 4, 2005
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    Jul 15, 2004
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    Menzies: 18 tackles and 9 hitups for 82 metres.

    King: 20 tackles and 7 hitups for 70 metres.

    Heckenberg: 28 tackles and 12 hitups for 100 metres.

    Watmough: 29 tackles and 15 hitups for 156 metres.

    Kennedy: 21 tackles and 21 hitups for 199 metres.

    Leuleui: 10 tackles and 6 hitups for 70 metres.

    Dunley: : 21 tackles and 11 hitups for 118 metres.

    Bryant: 12 tackles and 10 hitups for 88 metres.

    Kite: 14 tackles and 18 hitups for 177 metres.

    Harris: 24 tackles and 9 hitups for 94 metres.

    I left Willo off as he seemed to play 5/8 and filled in as the extra back when Spider was injured and left the field!

    Impressive stats and they highlight the importance of Heckenburg and Kite to the front row rotation, the return to form of Choc and the power of work that Kennedy undertakes. If this pack can turn up next Sunday they have the firepower to keep pace with the Parra pack, sans Hindmarsh. It is more the question as to whether our halves and backs can cut it that may determine our destiny!!!
  2. CC_Eagle

    By:CC_EagleSep 4, 2005

    Jul 18, 2004
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    18 hitups 177 metres..

    Coming off the bench.

    7 hitups, 70 metres. Even though it's an average of 10 ph, it's still not good enough IMO. However he didn't drop the ball once.

    Kennedy is just a ****ing god. I wouldn't be surprised if you heard Greig and I yelling at BK and Hecks informing them that we'd turn just for them.
  3. KaZa

    By:KaZaSep 4, 2005
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    Oct 19, 2004
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    forwards play well = monas plays well = manly plays well

    not a shock. Lets hope the forwards muscle up as when there on form their a pretty big intimidating pack.
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