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Team vs Warriors

Discussion in 'Rugby League Forum' started by fLIP, Aug 21, 2007.

  1. fLIP

    fLIP UFO Hunter

    +1,324 /37
    A few points of note in this weeks team. Still no Jason King. Luke Williamson said he would be a strong chance to make the game against the Warriors. Des could be playing selection games.

    The other point is no Burns. He was named as a possibility for the game against Souths but isn't named in this one. Either his back has gotten worse from not playing football or we won't see him again unless injuries ravage the team.

    1. Brett Stewart
    2. Michael Robertson
    3. Steve Bell
    4. Steve Menzies
    5. Chris Hicks
    6. Jamie Lyon
    7. Matt Orford ©
    8. Mark Bryant
    9. Michael Monaghan
    10. Brent Kite
    11. Anthony Watmough
    12. Glenn Stewart
    13. Luke Williamson

    14. Matt Ballin
    15. Glenn Hall
    16. Adam Cuthbertson
    17. Jack Afamasaga
    18. Clint Halden
    (1 player to be omitted)
  2. Kiwi Eagle

    Kiwi Eagle Moderator Staff Member 2017 Tipping Competitor

    +3,895 /65
    Don't know how much we can read into this side this early into the week, but am happy because i had a feeling we might rest Watmough and Stewart.

    Was actually hoping Matai may have been back for this one, because watching over the years more often than not Kiwis playing the Warriors have huge games. Remember in this corresponding match last year Matai and Robertson basically won us the game with their defence on the left cutting down numerous chances. Also remember Menzies absolutely smashing Ah Van with a huge shoulder
  3. ManlyBacker

    ManlyBacker Winging it Staff Member

    +972 /7
    I have my fingers crossed that King comes back as good as ever. He has just been a grade above the others this year and with Kite these two are THE bookend combination this season.
  4. DSM5

    DSM5 Well-Known Member

    +516 /0
    It'll be interesting to see who Des puts on the field and whether he has four on the bench instead of three, as is his usual thing.

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