To add salt to the wound of falling out of the finals, today the NSW Cup team of the year was announced with two former Sea Eagles being named as starting props... 1) Nathan Ross - (Newcastle Knights) 2) Bureta Faraimo - (Wentworthville Magpies) 3) Sami Sauiluma - (Mounties) 4) Asipeli Fine - (Wests Tigers) 5) Josh Mantellato - (Newcastle Knights) 6) Will Smith - (Penrith Panthers) 7) Michael Dobson - (Newcastle Knights) 8) Magnus Stromquist - (Wyong Roos) 9) Mitch Williams - (Wyong Roos) 10) Tim Robinson - (Cronulla Sharks) 11) Jake Foster - © (Mounties) 12) Raymond Faitala-Mariner - (NZ Warriors) 13) Ryan Simpkins - (Penrith Panthers) 14) Tyler Randell - (Newcastle Knights) 15) Shannon Wakeman - (Illawarra Cutters) 16) Sam Anderson - (Penrith Panthers) 17) Lachlan Burr - (Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs) 18) Clinton Gutherson - (Manly Warringah Sea Eagles) COACH: Rip Taylor (Wyong Roos) PROPS – Magnus Stromquist and Tim Robinson Every team needs a Magnus Stromquist! The former Manly NYC player has been nothing short of sensational for the Roos in 2014, and playing alongside of former Kangaroo Mark O’Meley has given Magnus the confidence to take his game to another level. Stromquist lead the league in hit ups and run metres with a staggering 420 runs and he also played in all 26 of the Roos games. And he didn’t just put his hand up to carry the ball, Magnus was also top ten in the league for tackles too. As for Tim Robinson, it was a tough season for last year’s Premiers however Robinson once again stood tall in the face of adversity. Robinson spent plenty of time in the NRL this season for obvious reasons but when he was in the VB NSW Cup side at Cronulla they won more games than they lost. OUCH!