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NRL 2011 Round 18 Highlights: Sea Eagles V Rabbitohs and Stats

Discussion in 'Rugby League Forum' started by Berkeley_Eagle, Jul 11, 2011.

  1. Berkeley_Eagle

    Berkeley_Eagle Current Status: 24/7 Manly Fan

    +2,125 /14
  2. Berkeley_Eagle

    Berkeley_Eagle Current Status: 24/7 Manly Fan

    +2,125 /14
    Errors: 7 (9)
    Completions: 32/37 (26/33)
    Penalties: 8 (5)
    Scrums: 6 (2)
    Tackles: 299 (276)
    1 on 1 Tackles: 8 (17)
    Missed Tackles: 33 (44)
    Line Breaks: 8 (4)
    Offloads: 15 (12)
    Runs: 188 (159)
    Runs Metres: 1481m (1346m)
    Try Assists: 4 (3)
    40/20s: 0 (0)
    Line Dropouts: 2 (1)
    Opponent in brackets

    All Runs Metres
     Anthony Watmough   168 
     Glenn Stewart   160 
     Issac Luke   147 
     Brent Kite   131 
     Ben Ross   109 
    All Runs
     Glenn Stewart   24 
     Anthony Watmough   20 
     Issac Luke   17 
     Brent Kite   16 
     Daly Cherry-Evans   14 
     Glenn Stewart   5 
     Daly Cherry-Evans   3 
     Eddy Pettybourne   3 
     Anthony Watmough   2 
     Issac Luke   2 
     Matt Ballin   42 
     Anthony Watmough   31 
     Jason Clark   29 
     Shannan McPherson   28 
     Glenn Stewart   28 
    1-on-1 Tackles
     Dylan Farrell   4 
     Eddy Pettybourne   3 
     John Sutton   3 
     Ben Lowe   3 
     Glenn Stewart   2 
    Tackle Breaks
     Issac Luke   9 
     John Sutton   8 
    Anthony Watmough   8 
     Daly Cherry-Evans   7 
     Kieran Foran   7 
    Line Breaks
     Kieran Foran   2 
     Michael Oldfield   2 
     Greg Inglis   2 
     Brett Stewart   1 
     Nathan Merritt   1 
    Penalties Conceded
     Ben Lowe   3 
     Ben Ross   1 
     Joe Galuvao   1 
     Issac Luke   1 
     Eddy Pettybourne   1 
    Missed Tackles
     John Sutton   6 
     Nathan Peats   5 
     Chris Sandow   5 
     Dylan Farrell   4 
     Jason Clark   4 
     Daly Cherry-Evans   11   
     Chris Sandow   8 
     John Sutton   5   
     Kieran Foran   4 
     Brett Stewart   2 
     Issac Luke   2 
     Nathan Merritt   2 
     Michael Oldfield   2 
     Chris Sandow   1 
     Shane Rodney   1 
     Matt Ballin   99 
     Issac Luke   80 
      Daly Cherry-Evans   58 
      Chris Sandow   54 
      John Sutton   35 
  3. Dan

    Dan Kim Jong Dan Staff Member Administrator 2016 Tipping Competitor 2017 Tipping Competitor

    +7,742 /120
    Jeez their first try Sandow came very close to a shepard. I remember Billy Slater having a try dissallowed for the same thing last year. He caught the ball and passed it when he was halfway behind another player and they ruled it obstruction.

    Oh also on the Watmough penalty in front. The penalty as explained by Suttor was for "Putting pressure on his arm" the replay showed he did nothing of the sort, and there is no such penalty anyway.
  4. captainskin

    captainskin Active Member

    +80 /0
    I had a closer look at Chris Sandow when Manly scored most of their points. He seems to be purposely placed (protected) as outside centre (around there) in defence. Manly's attack must of been aiming right at him, because the bloke is a major liability in defence. Whether his mind is already gone or not, the guy makes half hearted attempts in tackles and is also pushed off ever so easily. Even in the last second of play when Ferris pushes through, Sandow is left crying back in play when he breaks a nail. Poor old Parra have bought one inept player. He may be razzle dazzle with the ball, but he is a passenger in defence... and he will be targeted by all.
  5. Cameron

    Cameron Cambo

    +669 /35
    Sandow is an interesting one for mine.
    I think he has a ton of potiential if he was playing under a coach like Bennett, Bellyarse or Des i think he would be one of the superstars of the game. He and Jarryd hayne always seem to have a good games against us
  6. Berkeley_Eagle

    Berkeley_Eagle Current Status: 24/7 Manly Fan

    +2,125 /14
    Sandow is a speed hump always will be, he may set up tries when he decides to be brilliant but as Sunday shows 4 tries were scored off the back of his missed tackles
  7. Cameron

    Cameron Cambo

    +669 /35
    Darren lockyer is a speedbump and so is Jamie Soward but with a decent coach you can not only improve their defense you can protect them.

    Toni Carroll was lockyers protector for years just as Beau Scott is for soward

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