The poor Titans were never going to be able to match Melbourne here!
The welcome return of Cam Munster was on show as he managed 91 in his first game back from injury, whilst Ryan Papenhuyzen was again disappointing as many pulled the trigger to get him in over Ponga and were frustrated as he finished with only 34 points.
Cam Smith is making the hooking position very interesting with Cook and Grant going so well. His hairline says 40 but his ball playing ability says late 20s. He’s a good POD move if you can afford him.
I must say, compliments to the Chef! Damien Cook is back to his SuperCoach best!
owned the second half scoring a double to top the night with 137 points and nearly
sparking a Rabbitohs comeback.
was looking like the return of Kayln Ponga in the first half as he hopped and
skipped his way past the Rabbits edge defence as he and Best finally got back
into the points with Best hitting 95 and Ponga 92.
oranges at half time must have had something in them as the pair were
relatively quiet in the second half.
With Ponga now dropping in price and a matchup against the Bulldogs next week you would be brave to leave him out.
After that performance you would be forgiven if all the Warriors jumped back on a plane and headed back to New Zealand.
is no lack of effort, but they are just a side who can’t match it for 80
minutes. Tohu was quiet with 46 points, but with Jazz Tevaga back the pair
seemed to share the tackling – and they do a lot of it.
Johnson starred for Cronulla with 119 with the gurus at SC Playbook spruiking
SJ for the last few weeks on the podcast.
pays to listen even if you have to spend an hour listening to the Spy rattle
off his six trades for the week.
Katoa bounced back with two tries for 96 points and looks a lock in the CTW if
you can afford him. Owners would have been elated to see him retain the right
wing spot outside SJ with Ronaldo Mulitalo’s return.
Don’t get him mixed up with the Sione Katoa from the Bulldogs though – it’s like making a trade through Wish.com.