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News: Team Line-up - Sea Eagles vs Panthers

Discussion in 'Rugby League Forum' started by The Wheel, Mar 24, 2009.

  1. The Wheel

    The Wheel Well-Known Member

    +2,756 /88
    <div id="ctl12_rptArticle_ctl00_pnlAuthor" class="article_author_info"><div id="ctl12_rptArticle_ctl00_pnlAuthorName" class="article_author_name">Manly Sea Eagles </div></div><div id="ctl12_rptArticle_ctl00_pnlDate" class="article_body_date">Tuesday, March 24, 2009 </div><div class="article_body_content" /><p>The Sea Eagles have named a strong line-up to take on the Panthers on Monday night at Brookvale.</p><p>Shane Neumann has been brought into the starting line-up to replace the injured Andrew Suniula who is expected to be out for 6-8 weeks. Jared Waerea-Hargreaves and George Rose have been brought onto the 5 man interchange bench in place of Shane Rodney who is expected only to miss one week.</p>

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  2. KaZa

    KaZa Well-Known Member

    +327 /22
    looks like Georgy Rose will be cut off
  3. Berkeley_Eagle

    Berkeley_Eagle Current Status: 24/7 Manly Fan

    +2,125 /14
    Sea Eagles vs Panthers
    Monday night footy 30/03/09
    Brookvale oval
    gates open 4:30pm
    1st grade 7:05pm (live foxsports 2)
    Manly Sea Eagles

    1 Michael Robertson
    2 Michael Bani
    3 Jamie Lyon
    4 Steve Matai
    5 Shane Neumann
    6 Chris Bailey
    7 Matt Orford (c)
    8 Brent Kite
    9 Matt Ballin
    10 Josh Perry
    11 Anthony Watmough
    12 Glenn Hall
    13 Glenn Stewart

    14 Heath L’Estrange
    15 Jason King
    16 Adam Cuthbertson
    18 Jared Waerea-Hargreaves
    21 George Rose

    Coach Des Hasler

    Penrith Panthers
    1.Lachlan Coote
    2.Michael Gordon
    3.Michael Jennings
    4.Brad Tighe
    5.Shane Elford
    6.Luke Lewis
    7.Jarrod Sammut
    8.Frank Puletua
    9.Paul Aiton
    10.Petero Civoniceva
    11.Trent Waterhouse
    12.Matthew Bell
    13.Nathan Smith

    14.Masada Iosefa
    15.Frank Pritchard
    16.Tim Grant
    17.Adam Woolnough
    18.Wade Graham
    19.Joseph Paulo (2 to be omitted)

    Referees: Ben Cummins & Phil Haines
    Sideline Officials: Alan Shortall & Jeff Younis
    Video Referee: Chris Ward

    Toyota cup 4:45pm

    Manly Sea Eagles
    Sea Eagles Toyota Cup Team
    1 William Hopoate
    2 Michael Oldfield
    3 Matt Grieve
    4 Blake Davey
    5 John Grey
    6 Kieran Foran
    7 Daly Cherry-Evans
    8 Ilija Radan
    9 Brad Bennett
    10 Jared Waerea-Hargreaves
    11 Michael Tiopira
    12 Darcy Lussick
    13 Jamie Buhrer (c)

    14 Scott Blanch
    15 Todd Wilson
    16 Lama Tasi
    17 James Cunningham
    18 Liam Higgins
    19 David Sheehan
    20 Chris Stolk
    21 Travis Drought

    Coach David Penna

    Penrith Panthers
    Toyota Cup Team

    1.Zoram Watene
    2.Chris Aunese
    3.Lachlan Mussing
    4.Michael Fualalo
    5.Jack Twist
    6.Stirling Seijka
    7.Joel Romelo
    8.Sam McKendry
    9.Luke Clydesdale
    10.Tinirau Arona
    11.Daniel Penese
    12.Jesse Sene-Lefao
    13.Evret Vaurasi

    14.Sam Jones
    15.Andrew Pritchard
    16.Zav Bohan
    17.Tim Glasby

    Head To Head Records (1967 - )

    Overall Head-to-head Records
    Played 70; Manly 45, Penrith 24, Drawn 1

    Head-to-head at Brookvale Oval
    Played 34; Manly 26, Penrith 8

    Record Crowd these Clubs (Excludes Finals)
    21956 at CUA Stadium, 14/8/1988 (Rd 22), Manly Won 18 - 4

    Last 10 Games Head-to-head: Played 10; Manly 6, Penrith 4
    Manly 34 - 16 CUA Stadium 6/9/2008 (Rd 26)
    Manly 30 - 10 Brookvale Oval1/8/2008 (Rd 21)
    Penrith 22 - 16 CUA Stadium1/6/2007 (Rd 12)
    Manly 32 - 30 Brookvale Oval23/7/2006 (Rd 20)
    Manly 29 - 22 CUA Stadium4/6/2006 (Rd 13)
    Penrith16 - 12 CUA Stadium9/7/2005 (Rd 18)
    Manly 36 - 26 Brookvale Oval29/5/2005 (Rd 12)
    Penrith 72 - 12 CUA Stadium7/8/2004 (Rd 22)
    Manly 20 - 12 Brookvale Oval6/6/2004 (Rd 13)
    Penrith 52 - 26 Brookvale Oval30/8/2003 (Rd 25)

    Biggest Head-to-head Wins Manly 70 - 7 CUA Stadium 29/7/1973 (Rd 19)
    Penrith 72 - 12 CUA Stadium 7/8/2004 (Rd 22)
  4. Chip and Chase

    Chip and Chase True Supporter Staff Member Administrator Premium Member 2017 Tipping Competitor

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    Gee we are going through outside backs at a fast rate. Stewart, Williams x 2, and now Suniula. Must have been a bad tear to his webbing if it's "6-8 weeks", or was there some ligament / bone damage as well ?
  5. DSM5

    DSM5 Well-Known Member

    +516 /0
    Must be more than webbing damage.  Here's Neumann's chance and I hope he grabs it with two secure hands..  I thought either D Williams or T Williams was due back in round 3. 
  6. DSM5

    DSM5 Well-Known Member

    +516 /0
    And lucky no Stacey Jones for them.
  7. deadlyeagle

    deadlyeagle Member

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    D Williams told me he would be fit but it seems he wasnt fit enough for Des's liking
  8. Pearso

    Pearso Member

    +2 /0
    I wouldn't mind seeing a back on the bench, especially the way they are getting injured.

    I hope little hoppa plays in the 20's. Looking forward to seeing him play.
  9. Kiwi Eagle

    Kiwi Eagle Moderator Staff Member 2017 Tipping Competitor

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    When do the Sunshine Coast Sea Eagles play this weekend ? That is when we will get our answer on the wolfman
  10. Berkeley_Eagle

    Berkeley_Eagle Current Status: 24/7 Manly Fan

    +2,125 /14
    Saturday 28 March

  11. Garts

    Garts Well-Known Member

    +843 /25
    Why no 17?  imo someone who is not named will come into the side. 
  12. The Wheel

    The Wheel Well-Known Member

    +2,756 /88
    Wolfman to wing, neuman to centre, killer to 5/8???????
  13. niccipops

    niccipops un echidna spillo mia bevanda Premium Member 2017 Tipping Competitor

    +6,352 /56
    Looks like an okay line-up for Monday. I hope Des's rocket works.
  14. Berkeley_Eagle

    Berkeley_Eagle Current Status: 24/7 Manly Fan

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    Tony williams ?
  15. Canteen Worker

    Canteen Worker Well-Known Member

    +215 /5
    Listen to the radio one hour before kick off on Monday for more news!!!
  16. Downie

    Downie Active Member

    +3 /0
    Or Rose is supposed to be 17 but can't fit into the jersey. 21 seems to be our custom big man one :p
  17. The Wheel

    The Wheel Well-Known Member

    +2,756 /88
    Word in the paper & MSE is that tony williams will be back this week
  18. DSM5

    DSM5 Well-Known Member

    +516 /0
    I wouldn't be happy with Rosey.  He's way to slow at the moment.  In the rain, wet and slippery is the place for him ploughing up the middle.  It would be good to see Williams run around.
  19. Berkeley_Eagle

    Berkeley_Eagle Current Status: 24/7 Manly Fan

    +2,125 /14
    Sea Eagles v Panthers Preview

    Sea Eagles v Panthers
    Brookvale Oval
    Monday 7pm

    WELL, at least one team here looks set to get their first win of the year!

    For different reasons, both sides have failed to kick-start 2009 the way they would have wanted and there is a real chance they could be left alone at the bottom of the ladder should they go down in this match.

    For Manly, attitude has been a real issue. Even before they found themselves in the middle of boardroom factional flare-ups and off-field dramas the Sea Eagles should have been aware that as premiers, they would face teams desperate to knock them off.

    They will not be able to coast against any opposition this season, even when seemingly in a winning position like last Sunday against the Warriors.

    Rather than put the Kiwi-based side away, the Sea Eagles took the foot off the pedal just a fraction, allowing the ultimate professional in Stacey Jones to orchestrate a come-from-behind win.

    Winger Andrew Suniula is out with a hand injury; he’s replaced by Shane Neumann (four first grade games). Shane Rodney, who left the field bleeding from an eye last week, is also gone; he’s been replaced by either George Rose or Jared Waerea-Hargreaves.

    For the Panthers, execution in attack has been their major issue. The Panthers are coming up with great field position – they’re just not asking many questions of the opposition’s defences.

    Gavin Cooper has been suspended, meaning Brad Tighe moves from wing to centre with Shane Elford coming onto the flank.

    Tim Grant has been relegated from starting prop to the bench, with Frank Puletua now starting.

    Joseph Paulo and Wade Graham have been added as extra reserves.

    Watch out Sea Eagles: Panthers back-rower Trent Waterhouse was outstanding against the Bulldogs, bringing back memories of his time as a representative star. Waterhouse scored two tries, had two line breaks and added 30 tackles in a powerhouse performance.

    The Manly side will be hoping Waterhouse fails to back up his impressive showing but they certainly can’t bank on that and will need to get physical in defence to cut down his attacking space and time.

    They also need to improve their missed tackle rate – with 74 misses they are the worst team in the league at the moment.

    Watch out Panthers: The Sea Eagles were also 0-2 last season coming into a Monday night clash at Brookvale Oval but they responded by thrashing the Warriors 52-6.

    With Manly coach Des Hasler firing several rockets this week the home side is likely to be looking to restore some pride, which spells huge danger for the Panthers.

    The likes of Matt Orford and Jamie Lyon could be in for a huge night if the Panthers don’t stiffen up their defence. 

    Where it will be won: Concentration, execution and attitude. Despite their awful start to the year Manly should be good enough to put the Panthers away. But to do so they’ll need to have an attitude transplant, smarten up their execution and ensure they are concentrating for the entire 80 minutes.

    They need to go back to basics and ensure they are switched on. It’s time to put all their troubles behind them and concentrate on what they are paid to do… play football.

    If Penrith are to pull off the upset win they will also need to be on their game for the entire contest. Matthew Elliott is no dunce. He has surely trained his halves to make the most of attacking opportunities and it’s important that they take the chances they get.

    You can tell by the coach’s reactions in the box that he has not been advocating kicking early when attacking the opposition line. The Panthers mustn’t panic in attack and instead build pressure – and then get the job done.

    The History: Played 70; Sea Eagles 45, Panthers 24, drawn 1. Manly have won four of the past five and have a distinct advantage over Penrith at Brookvale Oval, winning 26 of 34 matches. The last time Penrith won on the Sea Eagles’ turf was in 2003.

    Conclusion: They have been far from impressive this season but you get the feeling Manly will shake their funk before the Panthers fully hit their straps.
    It’s been a long, long time since the Panthers won at Brookie and it is hard to have any confidence that they can break the trend.

    They were certainly a little unlucky not to get the result against the Bulldogs but the fact that they couldn’t close the deal when the game was theirs to win is just another reason to lean towards the Sea Eagles.

    Match officials: Referees – Ben Cummins & Phil Haines; Sideline Officials – Alan Shortall & Jeff Younis; Video Ref – Chris Ward.

    Televised: Fox Sports –Live 7pm AEDT.
  20. Jethro

    Jethro This space is for rent Staff Member Premium Member 2017 Tipping Competitor

    +2,307 /13
    That's quite a possibility as he has also been named on the bench for the SC Sea Eagles on Saturday night.

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