I don’t know who these new Warriors players are but after completing
45/47 sets I think NSW Police might have to get involved and investigate some
It’s hard to believe any team completing that many sets let alone the
In the SuperCoach space, Cam McInnes (89) looks an absolute lock.
Unless his teammates start looking to pull some weight he’ll be making 60+ tackles a week.
Sharks v Tigers
The Tigers are shaping as a real SuperCoach friendly side. Alex Twal
with 61 points in 80 minutes, Luke Brooks with 75 points and Harry Grant could
have 100% ownership in two weeks’ time.
And that’s without mentioning David Nofoaluma (88) who was in beast
Mind you I think I could have scored against Josh Dugan in that play.
Storm v Raiders
We may have just seen the best exponents of the new six to go rule.
Canberra play an up tempo, in your face style and are very very direct.
Both George Williams (69) and Jack Wighton (50) love to run the ball and
with Josh Hodgson (43) the real playmaker of the side they are a serious
Ryan Papenhuyzen (54) looked threatening but failed to make that impact
we all know he is capable of. Do we stick strong for the inevitable big scores
in coming weeks or jump off early for Teddy and Turbo?
Cam Munster (90) showed why he is one of the premier five-eighths in the
competition. 90 points without a try or try-assist against the defensive
unit of Canberra is some serious SuperCoach output.
Panthers v Knights
I’ve got a feeling we got a glimpse of what our SuperCoach sides will
look like in a few year’s time here.
Bradman Best (100), Tex Hoy (54), Matt Burton (43) and Stephen Crichton (51) were all massive and have big futures.
Some big scores were helped along by the 90 minute slugfest, but with a dearth of options in the CTW space Isaiah Yeo (104) is a must. 60 tackles and 19 runs as a starting lock while available at CTW, that’s 93 in base stats following final updates, seriously!!! More importantly, he didn’t have a rest.
Kurt Capewell (89) was huge in big minutes on return and is also a strong watch at $400k and available at CTW.
Josh Mansour (85) seems to have wound the clock back a few years. He had an outrageous 29 runs and notched his 78 points without a try or try-assist, mental stuff for a winger.
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