say horror show because when a captain bombs on a Thursday night it makes for
an awful weekend.
Luke Keary dummying to him in the 76th minute to score himself summed up the night.
calls the shots well but didn’t quite link with Teddy as effectively as they
you bought him at $960k a few weeks ago please don’t message me with your
thoughts on shares.
Zac Lomax grew a leg and bounced back from last weekend’s poor effort.
He carved up the Chooks left edge scoring two tries and finishing the night with 103. He was ably supported by Cam McInnes who went 99 with 55 tackles. Sio Siua Taukeiaho played the entire 80 minutes and kicked goals!
revolving doors in the Broncos back-row as David Fifita returned with a bang
scoring a try, only for Tevita Pangai Jnr to head for a haircut and get caught
up by NSW police in a bikie sting. No, we’re not making this up!
wasn’t involved in any legal wrong doing, but breaching the NRL bubble will
cost him a few weeks in a blow for owners.
Carrigan had reduced minutes the other night with the forward pack back on
deck, finishing with 43, but now TPJ is out he may be worth a hold if you can.
Fifita was good in a losing side and will only get better with match fitness. But is it risky to have too many Broncos players in your side? It’s not working real well for Anthony Seibold.
Cook was again frustratingly quiet. Ever since his 138 against Newcastle a few weeks back he’s failed to crack 55.
It’s tough being an owner of both him and Murray knowing how good they both can be. I’ll be looking to maybe move Murray on which might make-or-break my season.
Storm v Bulldogs
afternoon at the Sunshine Coast may have been the only dry place in Australia!
Munster owners – i.e. most of you reading this who will be looking at the trade
button come Monday afternoon unfortunately as he went down with a knee injury.
on severity he may be a hold like last time as he came back early, but that
remains to be seen.
Brandon Smith was good but there appears to be better scoring options than him out there. He did play 67 minutes which was promising, but he ran just three times in that period.
Knights v Tigers
Ponga take a bow! With a season high of 172 he absolutely tore the Tigers to
overall score was pretty much defined by either owning Ponga or not. I was in
the latter which hurts.
so many injuries last weekend to worry about I neglected the fact he was taking
on the Tigers who had mass changes to their side and generally don’t like to
done to anyone who brought him in for this matchup.
games against Manly and the Cowboys in the coming weeks just get him in at any
Mann’s shift to hooker didn’t change much scoring wise as his tackles increased
which cancelled out his reduced running.
what the so called ‘experts’ are saying on the SC Playbook podcast about
Nofoaluma – I’m looking at you Spy!
the Tigers getting smacked by 40, he still managed 58 largely in base stats with
21 runs and 8 tackle breaks to his name.
Luciano Leilua scored the Tigers only try to keep giving owners a reason to stick solid with him.