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Roosters v Manly Match day ,Teams, Stats News and Chat

Discussion in 'Rugby League Forum' started by Berkeley_Eagle, Jul 22, 2008.

  1. Berkeley_Eagle

    Berkeley_Eagle Current Status: 24/7 Manly Fan

    +2,125 /14
    ROOSTERS - 1. Amos Roberts 2. Shaun Kenny Dowall 3. Mitch Aubusson 4. Sia Soliola 5. Sam Perrett 6. Braith Anasta 7. Mitchell Pearce 8. Mark O'Meley 9. Riley Brown 10. David Shillington 11. Willie Mason 12. Anthony Tupou 13. Craig Fitzgibbon
    Interchange: 14. Lopini Paea 15. Frank-Paul Nuuausala 16. Anthony Cherrington 17. James Aubusson; Reserves: 18. Brent Grose

    SEA EAGLES - 1 Brett Stewart, 2 Michael Robertson, 3 Steve Bell, 4 Steve Matai, 5 David Williams, 6 Steve Menzies, 7 Matt Orford ©, 8 Brent Kite, 9 Matt Ballin, 10 Josh Perry, 11 Anthony Watmough, 12 Glenn Hall, 13 Glenn Stewart
    Interchange: 14 Heath L'Estrange, 15 Mark Bryant, 16 Adam Cuthbertson, 17 Jack Afamasaga; Reserves: 18 Jeff Robson, 19 Luke Williamson
    Sun 3:00 :: SFS ::


    HEAD TO HEAD RECORDS (1947 - )
    Overall Head-to-head Records
    Played 112; Manly 73, Sydney Roosters 37, Drawn 2

    Head-to-head at Sydney Football Stadium
    Played 13; Manly 9, Sydney Roosters 4

    Record Crowd these Clubs (Excludes Finals and Double Headers)
    50130 at Sydney Cricket Ground, 4/5/1974 (Rd 6), Sydney Roosters Won 15 - 5

    Last 10 Games Head-to-head:
    Played 10; Manly 7, Sydney Roosters 3

    Won By Score Venue Date
    Manly 42 - 0 Brookvale Oval 8/6/2008 (Rd 13)
    Manly 56 - 0 Brookvale Oval 7/7/2007 (Rd 17)
    Manly 30 - 8 Sydney Football Stadium 1/4/2007 (Rd 3)
    Manly 33 - 16 Sydney Football Stadium 8/7/2006 (Rd 18)
    Manly 30 - 22 Brookvale Oval 1/4/2006 (Rd 4)
    Manly 22 - 18 Sydney Football Stadium 3/6/2005 (Rd 13)
    Sydney Roosters 42 - 20 Brookvale Oval 20/3/2004 (Rd 2)
    Sydney Roosters 46 - 16 Sydney Football Stadium 24/8/2003 (Rd 24)
    Sydney Roosters 50 - 26 Brookvale Oval 20/7/2003 (Rd 19)
    Manly 36 - 14 Brookvale Oval 6/6/1999 (Rd 14)

    Biggest Win Score Venue Date
    Sydney Roosters 46 - 0 Sydney Football Stadium 14/3/1999 (Rd 2)
    Manly 56 - 0 Brookvale Oval 7/7/2007 (Rd 17)

    Most Tries in a Match Head-to-head
    4 A Sullivan (Sea Eagles) Sea Eagles Lost 24 - 32 (Rd 15, 1953)

    Most Goals in a Match Head-to-head
    10 B Batty (Sea Eagles) Sea Eagles Won 53 - 0 (Rd 14, 1966)

    Most Points in a Match Head-to-head
    28 M Orford (Sea Eagles)(3T, 8G, 0FG) Sea Eagles Won 56 - 0 (Rd 17, 2007)

    Roosters - 2008
    Sea Eagles - 2008

    Ref Jason Robinson;
    Sideline Officials: Steve Chiddy, Adam Devcich; Video Referee: Paul Simpkins
    Stats with Jason Robinson
    Total Played 10 won 7 lost 3
    at home Played 5 won 4 lost 1

    R9  Wests Tigers        22 (4-3-0)    0  (0-0-0)  W  08-May-2004 S.F.S.                  Jason Robinson              11789

    R18 Parramatta          12 (2-2-0)    26 (5-3-0)  L  10-Jul-2004 Parramatta              Jason Robinson              10188

    R24 Canberra            38 (7-5-0)    22 (4-3-0)  W  22-Aug-2004 Bruce                  Jason Robinson              15320

    R12 Canberra            30 (5-5-0)    16 (3-2-0)  W  28-May-2005 Grahame                Jason Robinson              16253

    R22 Penrith              28 (5-4-0)    30 (5-5-0)  L  07-Aug-2005 S.F.S.                  Jason Robinson              10742

    R1  Souths              40 (7-6-0)    22 (4-3-0)  W  12-Mar-2006 Stadium_Australia      Jason Robinson              16741

    R16 Canberra            10 (2-1-0)    42 (7-7-0)  L  25-Jun-2006 Bruce                  Jason Robinson              11876

    R19 Cronulla            38 (7-5-0)    32 (5-6-0)  W  16-Jul-2006 S.F.S.                  Jason Robinson              9241

    R23 Penrith              40 (7-6-0)    20 (3-4-0)  W  12-Aug-2006 Penrith                Jason Robinson              11704

    R9  Canberra            30 (5-5-0)    4  (1-0-0)  W  10-May-2008 S.F.S.                  Jason Robinson              10241

    Total Played 6 won 3 lost 3
    Away Played 3 won 1 lost 2

    R22 Penrith              12 (2-2-0)    72 (13-10-0) L  07-Aug-2004 Penrith                Jason Robinson              13573

    R6  Canberra            36 (7-4-0)    14 (2-3-0)  W  17-Apr-2005 Brookvale              Jason Robinson              17061

    R10 Brisbane            10 (2-1-0)    32 (6-4-0)  L  13-May-2006 Lang                    Jason Robinson              24991

    R20 Penrith              32 (5-6-0)    30 (5-5-0)  W  23-Jul-2006 Brookvale              Jason Robinson              15177

    R11 St George Illawarra  18 (3-3-0)    20 (4-2-0)  L  23-May-2008 Brookvale              Jason Robinson              12058

    R18 Cronulla            34 (6-5-0)    6  (1-1-0)  W  12-Jul-2008 Endeavour              Jason Robinson              18217


    all stats from

  2. DSM5

    DSM5 Well-Known Member

    +516 /0
    Pity about Robinson.  I think he's the second weakest ref going around. Seems to get a bias going.  Although we won at shark park under him I think he's got a bias against us.  Interesting to see jack A get a run.  He's the most penetrative forward going around in the reggies but it's in the defense department where this game will be won.  Keep them away from our line and they won't score.  All they know is the kick.  Fitler is a one dimensional coach so that's all they can do.
  3. Berkeley_Eagle

    Berkeley_Eagle Current Status: 24/7 Manly Fan

    +2,125 /14
    Plucky Orford set to tackle Roosters

    23 July 2008

    MANLY half and captain Matt Orford is backing himself to play this weekend against the Roosters, but he's not going to take any risks.
    The rugged half missed last Friday night's win over Parramatta with a groin complaint suffered in the easy victory over the Sharks a fortnight ago.
    Orford ran lightly on his own at Narrabeen yesterday but is no guarantee of facing the Roosters at the Sydney Football Stadium on Sunday.
    "At least I'm moving around and not feeling too bad," he said.
    "Hopefully by Thursday or Friday we'll have a better indication.
    "There's a great feeling among the group at the moment and there's motivation to be a part of that.
    "No-one wants to miss footy games.
    "It's up to the medical staff.
    "If they say there's a chance I could tear it and be out for up to four weeks, I won't be stupid about it."
  4. Berkeley_Eagle

    Berkeley_Eagle Current Status: 24/7 Manly Fan

    +2,125 /14
    Late Mail

    Sea Eagles v Roosters

    MANLY interchange player Luke Williamson is out with a hamstring injury. Coach Des Hasler said captain Matt Orford would have a fitness test on his injured groin today. Hasler still has two players to omit from his bench. Sydney Roosters coach Brad Fittler said: "I expect Matt Orford to play.'' Brent Grose is the man to drop off Fittler's bench. Manly have beaten the Roosters on six consecutive occasions, scoring an aggregate of 128 to eight in the last three match-ups. It was 42-0 this year at Brookvale Oval. The Tricolours have won five from seven at home in '08.
  5. Berkeley_Eagle

    Berkeley_Eagle Current Status: 24/7 Manly Fan

    +2,125 /14
    Plucky Ox back for fiery clash

    Jason Avedissian
    26 July 2008
    Manly captain Matt `Ox' Orford goes through the pain barrier at training this week.
    Picture: ANNIKA ENDERBORG - PP170077

    MANLY skipper Matt Orford has predicted "a brutal clash" against the desperate Roosters tomorrow after the Sea Eagles general was cleared to play last night.

    Orford's availability has boosted Manly's hopes of securing their first minor premiership since 1997.

    Manly coach Des Hasler cleared Orford late yesterday to play the Roosters at the Sydney Football Stadium tomorrow.

    The 30-year-old ran freely in a fitness test at Narrabeen yesterday morning.

    Orford missed Manly's last-start win over Parramatta, pulling out with a groin complaint. Orford said he expects Brad Fittler's Roosters to seek revenge on Manly after the Sea Eagles thrashed the Bondi club 42-0 at Brookvale Oval on June 8.

    "Freddy is a fairly passionate sort of coach and I'm sure he'll have these blokes right up come Sunday," Orford said. "He'll be reminding them of that game at Brookie.

    "He'll be touching on that and I'm sure it will be a brutal clash."

    But the Manly leader refused to speculate on the minor premiership. The Sea Eagles are favoured to collect the $100,000 bonus for finishing first past the post in the regular season, currently two points ahead of Melbourne on 30 competition points.

    "Not once this year have we spoken about the minor premiership, not one player," Orford said. "We have worked very hard to get in the position we are at and want to give us the best chance come semi-final time."

    Utility forward Luke Williamson drops off the six-man bench with a hamstring injury while half Jeff Robson will remain in the Sea Eagles NRL squad as 18th man.

    Hasler said Orford proved his fitness at a session yesterday morning.
  6. Chip and Chase

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

    +8,573 /80
    Gee we've had a pretty good record against the C*cks, I didn't realise we'd won the last 6 straight. Fark it'd be nice to make it 7 in a row tomorrow.
  7. willstyles

    willstyles Active Member

    +4 /0
    I've got a fair bit riding on this game.... not money, but pride.
  8. Zep

    Zep Active Member

    +8 /0
    the roosters is our second team!
  9. DSM5

    DSM5 Well-Known Member

    +516 /0
    Wtf Zep?  Are you on crack?
  10. Zep

    Zep Active Member

    +8 /0
    I grew up in a house where Dad went for Eagles, Mum went for Roosters... The story goes that when mum found out dad went for the eagles she almost called it off. LoLz. So to ease the stress there was always two teams Manly and a distant second roosters...
  11. DSM5

    DSM5 Well-Known Member

    +516 /0
    For you Zep, only for you. 

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