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NSW & Holden Cups - Round 17 Team Lists, Info & Results etc.

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  1. Jethro

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

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    HOLDEN CUP - Round 17 - Sea Eagles Team List to take on the Canterbury Bankstown Bulldogs at ANZ Stadium at 5:20 PM on Friday (4th of July):

    1. KYLE SAUNDERS
    2. LATRELL SCHAUMKEL
    3. CHARLIE TAYLOR
    4. LUKE GARNER
    5. LUKE GOSLING
    6. ZACH NICHOLLS
    7. RILEY TRAVERS
    8. JACK DELANEY (C)
    9. HUGH PRATT
    10. JORDAN LATHAM
    11. JAMIL HOPOATE
    12. RHYS ARMSTRONG
    13. LIAM KNIGHT

    14. MICHAEL STIG
    15. JAMES PARKER
    16. LEONATI FEILOAKITUA
    17. EVAN LEE

    COACH: DAVID HEATH

    * Team List subject to change. *


    NSW CUP - Round 17 - Sea Eagles Team List to take on the Wyong Roos at Morry Breen Oval at 3:00 PM on Saturday (5th of July):

    1. DAVID WILLIAMS
    2. DELROY BERRYMAN
    3. DOMENIC REARDON
    4. TONY SATINI
    5. JAYDEN HORO
    6. MASADA IOSEFA
    7. CLINTON GUTHERSON
    8. LIGI SAO
    9. JAYDEN HODGES
    10. TYSON ANDREWS
    11. LUKE BARTLEY
    12. MICHAEL CHEE KAM
    13. DANIEL HARRISON

    14. CRAIG MCMURRICH
    15. DYLAN KELLY
    16. SATANA PALMER
    17. EPALAHAME LAUAKI

    COACH: LUKE WILLIAMSON

    * Team List subject to change. *

    Broadcast: NSWRL Match Centre coverage available via NSWRL.com.au

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    DRAWS:

    Click here for HOLDEN CUP Draw.

    Click here for NSW CUP Draw.

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    LADDERS:

    Click here for HOLDEN CUP ladder.

    Click here for NSW CUP ladder.
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  2. RiverEagle

    RiverEagle New Member

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    Gutho at halfback...wow!

    Jamil dropped to Holden Cup too.

    At least Wyong are near the bottom of the ladder with us.

    Maybe a much better performance from the boys this week then.
     
  3. Shoe1

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    I think with jamil and a couple of others they put him between both teams so they get a taste of playing with big boys without being burnt out.
     
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    • Bird Up

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      Last time they met at Brookie our boys should have steamrolled them BUT instead Wyong won the match scoring try's they should never had scored if our boys were awake! Time and time again the sliced through our midfield defensive line like it was butter for easy runaway try's!
      The boys need to muscle up and close the huge holes in defense but are going to find it tough without the likes of JLJ (FG), Jake T (broken & dislocated ankle) & Rudolph (broken leg) the latter two who are obviously out for the rest of the season!
       
    • RiverEagle

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      Geez that's terrible news on Manaia, as well as Jake T, of course.

      Can be a thankless gig, the footballer.

      Doing it tough, or the best you can in the lower grades, copping (often justified) criticism and trying to make a go of it...

      Then be dealt serious injuries such as that.

      Get well soon both men; and good luck to all who do run out this week.

      (All in Manly jerseys, that is!)
       
    • EagleRock40

      EagleRock40 Well-Known Member

      Ex Knight Zane Tetevano makes his debut for Wyong in the front row alongside Mark O'Meley.
      Good test for Sao and Andrews
       
    • HappilyManly

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      Poor NSW Players have to play on cow paddocks most weeks, hence all the breakages :s
       
    • The Wheel

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      Good result in Holden Cup 34 to 14
       
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      • RiverEagle

        RiverEagle New Member

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        Thanks @The Wheel

        There's a positive for us today.

        I just hope we can put up a good fight in NSW Cup too.
         
      • damiennp90

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        FT Roos 36 Manly 0. Less said the better.
         
      • RiverEagle

        RiverEagle New Member

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        Yep, sounds about right too, mate.
         
      • Manly To Win!

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        Holden Cup is actually showing good signs at the moment (and is on a 4 match unbeaten run), but our NSW Cup side is a disgrace. I realise they have a few players out, but that's pathetic against a stand alone side.
         
      • Jethro

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        Related article:

        Roos V Sea Eagles - VB NSW Cup Rd 17

        By Jamie Anderson at Morry Breen Oval
        Mon 7th July, 06:00PM

        The Wyong Roos posting a comprehensive victory of the Manly Sea Eagles at Morry Breen Oval on Saturday afternoon, and in doing so, kept their finals chances very much alive.

        Both sides were fielding understrength sides due to a mix of representative duty, injury and suspension. As a result, a number of players were drawn on from the lower grades, and in Manly’s case, this lack of familiarity within the playing group was evident on the day.

        Click here to read the full article and to view the video highlights.
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      • RiverEagle

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        Obviously they were ''lowlights''.

        A real lack of effort and intensity, from that vision at least.

        Interesting to note that The Dogs are below us on the ladder in reggies...!

        So their ''depth'' on a surface level is worse than ours.

        Worth a mention folks.

        Thanks @Jethro
         
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        • Jethro

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          [​IMG] That's what I thought too :dodgy:

          I suppose that it just depends on who's perspective it is. For the Roos, they definitely would be highlights. :-/
           
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