Where has this been from the Tigers
all year? Well not so much the first 20 minutes, they have been doing that for
the last 15 years but when they’re chasing points they go to another level!
Harry Grant continues to score well
for those who have held onto the Tigers hooker.
If I was in the Tigers hierarchy I
wouldn’t go as far as kidnapping a family member but I’d be doing everything in
my power to keep him in the black, gold and white for the next 15 years.
Nofoaluma still finds a way to score
well even if he isn’t scoring tries. He has a massive task in front of him with
the Tigers facing Melbourne and Parramatta in the final 2 weeks, but if he can
get through Melbourne okay I’m tipping a 100+ score for him to finish the year
off and earn a Blue jumper.
Both Walker and Cook were solid,
scoring 82 and 84 respectively. I’ve been patiently waiting for Cook to explode
with a 100+ score, but he just can’t seem to get those attacking stats for him
to hit his ceiling.
The Spy said on the Podcast last week that when Cook is getting tackled it means he is running. Thanks Spy, you’ll get a job with Fox Sports in no time with quotes like that!
If your side contains Zac Lomax and
Josh Papalii, as mine does, I’m guessing by 5pm on Saturday afternoon your
season was all but done and dusted!!
Lomax has been so good for us owners
throughout the year, a game like this where he sits out on his right edge and
does very little was always a threat. His score of 10 was, unsurprisingly, his
lowest of the year by some margin.
Jack Wighton is on a rampage! 102 to
go with scores of 95 and 109 in the past four weeks.
There is a threat he may get a rest at some stage, but he isn’t owned by too many coaches.