Manly Meter Makers

fLIP

UFO Hunter
Manly's Meter Makers:

1. Anthony Watmough: 484
2. Brent Kite: 443
3. Ben Kennedy: 416
4. Daniel Heckenberg: 408
5. Paul Stephenson: 349
6. Brett Stuart: 318
7. Steve Menzies: 264
8. Shayne Dunley: 234
9. Scott Donald: 227
10. Kylie Leului: 224
11. John Hopoate: 198
12. Sam Harris: 192
13. Steve Matai: 166
14. Michael Witt: 146
15. Michael Monaghan: 145
16. Luke Williamson: 112
17. Terry Hill: 111
18. Mitch Creary: 78
19. Jason King: 73
20. Chris Hicks: 50
21. Chad Randal: 46

Meter makers Averages/ per match:


1. Anthony Watmough: 121
2. Brent Kite 110.8
3. Ben Kennedy: 104
4. Daniel Heckenberg: 102
5. John Hopoate: 99
6. Paul Stephenson: 87.3
7. Steve Matai: 83
8. Brett Stuart: 79.5
9. Mitch Creary: 78
10. Jason King: 73
11. Steve Menzies: 66
12. Shayne Dunley: 58.5
13. Scott Donald: 56.8
14. Kylie Leului: 56
15. Terry Hill: 55.5
16. Chris Hicks: 50
17. Sam Harris: 48
18. Michael Witt: 36.5
19. Michael Monaghan: 36.3
20. Luke Williamson: 28
21. Chad Randal: 15.3
 

The Wheel

https://membership.seaeagles.com.au/
Premium Member
This seriously questions Chad's contribution to the side, especially in comparison to Dunley. Although hooker is not a "running" role a good dummy half should be able to eat up the metres.
 

fLIP

UFO Hunter
You would imagine a dunny half run in broken play would be at least 15 meters at somw stage of the match. Yet he only makes 15 per game????? These stood out like dogs balls to me too wheel.

What also stood out was Kites work load. You don't notice him so much, he just plugs away and does nothing special but he really is a work horse and a good addition to the side. I hope we can hang on to him for a while yet.
 

The Wheel

https://membership.seaeagles.com.au/
Premium Member
I think we signed Kite for 4 years so he will be around for the long term.
 

Fluffy

Journey Man
He signed for 4 years.

Chad made just 11 last week.
We cannot drop dunley because then we have no go forward from dummy half - an area that is highly exploited in todays game. Too much to give away.

This is why i think Willo can cover the position fine - leaving an extra forward on the bench.

It also shows that Kings first game was not that bad - people thought he did nothing in the second half so his metres were very good early to make a decent effort.

It shows the reason our pack is solid this year - We have 2 more forwards up there, last year it was Hecks, then wattas then king then daylight.
 

ManlyBacker

Winging it
Meter makers - they must work for the council. Dunny half runners must have the Bali belly.
:p

Seriously, hookers should be great DH runners and I would expect good metres from them every game. If they can't do it they don't know their job.
 

Fluffy

Journey Man
He is not showing any improvement - that it was really worries me.

But be careful - last name is a ME hero.
 

Fluffy

Journey Man
true Disco, but he hasnt seen all that much game time as can also be seen by his tackling stats - his average is about half of last year and bar round 1 he hasnt topped 25. Note round 1 was when he started at hooker
 

Fluffy

Journey Man
I dont think you get any line break stats for when you score or the metres either. Most of monas breaks have resulted in tries last season and this season.

Disco Willo topped the tackle count in round 1 - i think he should be starting hooker as well with dunley to play the more aggresive role after the first 20.
 
Team P W L PD Pts
24 18 6 333 42
24 18 6 214 42
24 16 8 168 38
24 16 8 124 38
24 14 9 175 35
24 14 10 122 34
24 13 11 -24 32
24 13 11 -137 32
24 12 12 59 30
24 12 12 13 30
24 12 12 4 30
24 11 12 6 29
24 9 15 -111 24
24 9 15 -126 24
24 7 17 -331 20
24 5 19 -199 16
24 4 20 -290 14
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