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    Default Round 18: New Zealand Warriors vs Gold Coast Titans

    New Zealand Warriors vs Gold Coast Titans

    FRIDAY JUL 08 | 6:30pm - Mt. Smart Stadium



    Kevin Locke, Bill Tupou, Lewis Brown, Shaun Berrigan, Manu Vatuvei, James Maloney, Shaun Johnson, Russell Packer, Aaron Heremaia, Jacob Lillyman, Feleti Mateo, Simon Mannering (c), Micheal Luck. Interchange (from): Lance Hohaia, Sam Rapira, Ben Matulino, Elijah Taylor, Steve Rapira.

    1 Jordan Rankin
    2 Steve Michaels
    3 Clinton Toopi
    4 Esi Tonga
    5 David Mead
    6 William Zillman
    7 Scott Prince
    8 Luke Bailey
    9 Matt Srama
    10 Michael Henderson
    11 Anthony Laffranchi
    12 Mark Minichiello
    13 Ashley Harrison
    INTERCHANGE
    14 Matthew White
    15 Brenton Lawrence
    16 Greg Bird
    17 Bodene Thompson
    18 Luke O'Dwyer

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    Boys please please just at least show signs of improvement im a teenager and im turning gray cause of yous


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    Never an easy trip to Auckland. But we did have a famous victory over there last year. I hope we can repeat it.


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    Warriors halfback Brett Seymour ruled out for four weeks after breaking hand against Melbourne Storm

    Warriors halfback Brett Seymour's horror run with injuries has continued with the playmaker ruled out for up to a month after breaking a bone in his right hand during Sunday's 16-8 loss to Melbourne Storm.

    Seymour was making his return in the Storm clash after being sidelined for a month with a cheekbone fracture.

    The Warriors have the bye this weekend followed by home games against Gold Coast Titans and Canterbury-Bankstown.

    The best case scenario for Seymour at this stage is he would be available for the round-20 clash with South Sydney on July 24.

    Promising young halfback Shaun Johnson is again expected to take the No.7 jersey in Seymour's absence for the ninth-placed Warriors.

    Source: http://www.foxsports.com.au


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    It will be the same old thing.....the definition of insanity.


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    And here's another one: "paying to watch players under-perform who are paid without penalty to do so".
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    1. William Zillman
    2. Shannon Walker
    3. Marshall Chalk
    4. Joseph Tomane
    5. David Mead
    6. Luke Capewell
    7. Mat Rogers
    8. Luke Bailey
    9. Matt Srama
    10. Bodene Thompson
    11. Mark Minichiello
    12. Greg Bird
    13. Ashley Harrison

    14. Michael Henderson
    15. Ben Ridge
    16. Anthony Laffranchi
    17. Jordan Rankin

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    Have to doubt Harro and Birdie backing up for NZ on a Friday after origin.

    1. Zillman
    2. Tonga
    3. Toopi
    4. Tomane
    5. Mead
    6. Rogers
    7. Prince (c)
    8. Bailey
    9. Srama
    10. Henderson
    11. Laffranchi
    12. Minichiello
    13. Ridge

    14. White
    15. Lawrence
    16. Thompson
    17. O'Dwyer

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    I've noticed that we always put in a stronger effort against the top teams (bar the game v storm), but I don't know what to make of the warriors. Just hope our good record at mt smart continues, they are definitely capable but then again that could have been said about us before every game this year. My prediction for this game is maybe a 20-18 win, zillman to bag a double, and prince to convert from the sideline to win us the game. Well here's hoping anyway.

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    Ol' custard legs would need a fair wind at his back to convert one from the sideline the way he was striking them against the Sharks...

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    Quote Originally Posted by karnage View Post
    Ol' custard legs would need a fair wind at his back to convert one from the sideline the way he was striking them against the Sharks...
    Yeh true, but he almost got one last week, which fell a little short lol. Or maybe Matty Rogers will be kicking them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SunnyCoastTitanFan View Post
    Yeh true, but he almost got one last week, which fell a little short lol. Or maybe Matty Rogers will be kicking them.
    Bloody deceptive ... I watched it off the boot, raced out to take a leak thinking it was over then beat up my wife when she told me he'd missed ... don't worry, she'd been asking for it anyway (since Origin 2).
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    Warriors: Kevin Locke, Bill Tupou, Lewis Brown, Shaun Berrigan, Manu Vatuvei, James Maloney, Shaun Johnson, Russell Packer, Aaron Heremaia, Jacob Lillyman, Feleti Mateo, Simon Mannering (c), Micheal Luck. Interchange (from): Lance Hohaia, Sam Rapira, Ben Matulino, Elijah Taylor, Steve Rapira.
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    Very Strong looking Warriors side..
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    Luck back for Warriors in Titans NRL game

    AAP Tue, Jul 05, 2011 - 11:54 AM


    Loose forward Micheal Luck and prop Sam Rapira will return from injury for the Warriors in Friday night's NRL clash with Gold Coast.

    Luck is set to make his 208th appearance and Rapira his 111th in the first of the club's back-to-back Friday night matches in Auckland, the second of them against Canterbury on July 15.

    Luck was set to be sidelined for up to eight weeks after partially dislocating the patella in his left knee during the June 12 loss to Wests Tigers but has recovered quicker than expected.

    Rapira has been out of action for two months after dislocating his left thumb in the opening minute of the Kiwis' Anzac Test against Australia.

    He needed surgery and is one of five players named on the interchange bench along with his younger brother Steve, with the pair yet to play together in the NRL.

    "It's obviously a big positive for us having such experienced players like Lucky and Sam coming back from their injuries," Warriors' coach Ivan Cleary said on Tuesday.

    "Lucky has come back quicker than initially thought, while Sam has worked hard to recover from his thumb injury."

    Also returning are fullback Kevin Locke and rookie halfback Shaun Johnson as the Warriors, fresh from a bye last weekend, look to end a four-match losing streak.

    Locke, who missed the 16-8 loss to Melbourne with a knee injury, is back in the No.1 jersey, with Lance Hohaia moving to the bench, while Johnson will make his fourth NRL appearance, replacing the injured Brett Seymour.

    With Luck making his comeback, Elijah Taylor is included on the bench with captain Simon Mannering and Feleti Mateo starting in the second row.

    Prop Jacob Lillyman, who turns out for Queensland in Wednesday night's State of Origin decider, will make his 50th appearance on Friday for the Warriors if he comes through fit to play.
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