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    i watched the same game DB, though ash was not the best number 6 , ben j should have been there, quick little guy he was

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    GOLD COAST TITANS v CANTERBURY BULLDOGS
    Round 10, 2012 NRL Premiership
    Friday, May 11, 2012
    NRL Kick-Off 8:30pm

    Suncorp Stadium
    Referees: Jared Maxwell/Brett Suttor

    ROUND 10 GAME PREVIEW
    Coming In To Round 10
    Gold Coast Titans are 1-3 in their last four games, and are coming off a 15-14 golden point loss to the Wests Tigers at Skilled Park last Saturday.
    They have averaged 14.5 ppg since Round 6, and have conceded 18.3 ppg in that period.
    They sit 14th on the competition ladder, 6 points from the 8th placed Dragons.
    Canterbury Bulldogs are 1-3 in their last four games, and are coming off a 46-12 victory over the Parramatta Eels at ANZ Stadium last Friday.
    They have averaged 18 ppg since Round 6, and have conceded 14 ppg in that period.
    They sit 5th on the competition ladder, 2 points from the 3rd placed Sharks.

    Last Time They Met
    Round 5, 2012 - Watch game highlights of the Bulldogs 30-20 victory in Round 5.

    Last 8 Games - Titans 3 Bulldogs 5.
    The Titans have beaten the Bulldogs once in 3 attempts at Suncorp Stadium, but have lost the last 2 clashes between the sides.

    Check back on Titans.com.au later this week for a tasty Head to Head feature on Aidan Sezer and Josh Reynolds.

    Team Changes and Late Mail
    Find all the Titans Team and Injury News from Tuesday and full Round 10 Lineup here.
    Gold Coast Titans
    W Zillman, K Gordon, J Idris, D Peyroux, D Mead, A Sezer, J Rankin, L Bailey (c), M Srama, N Myles, G Bird, M Minichiello, A Harrison.
    Bench: M White, L Douglas, L O?Dwyer, B Thompson, P Graham.

    Canterbury Bulldogs
    B Barba.J Wright, J Morris, T Lafai, B Goodwin, J Reynolds, K Keating, A Tolman, M Ennis, S Kasiano, F Pritchard, D Halatau, G Eastwood.
    Bench: J Graham, D Stagg, C Payne, J Romelo, M Taupau.
    Bottom Line

    The Titans were heartbroken last week, losing in golden point extra time to the Wests Tigers after leading 14-0 in the first half. The new halves combination of Jordan Rankin and Aidan Sezer worked very well in the first half, with both their running and kicking games threatening the Tigers continuously.
    This week they face a Bulldogs side fresh off a dominant win over the Eels last week, as the second game in the annual Suncorp Stadium double header. Last week props Sam Kasiano, Aiden Tolman and James Graham were the big contributors, each running for over 120m and busting tackles. The Titans front row is one of the most experienced in the NRL, and will be keen to show up the Bulldogs forwards after out-muscling the Tigers last week.
    Dominique Peyroux will have the role of shutting down the Bulldogs major strike weapon out wide, in Josh Morris. Morris is looking to cement a spot in the NSW Origin team, and has been in good form following a hat trick against the Eels last week but Peyroux loves to tackle, and he?d like nothing more than to shut down the Bulldogs each time they shift the ball to the left.
    The key to shutting down the Bulldogs in the past month has been to limit the quick passing among the forwards. This is what the Eels were heavily troubled by, as it created time and space for Ben Barba to work his magic with a staggered defensive line. In the three weeks prior to that, the Sea Eagles, Storm and Rabbitohs all conquered the Bulldogs by doing this.
    The Titans showed against the Tigers, and the Sea Eagles previous to that, they can match it with the big guns, and if they can shut down the Bulldogs work around the ruck, they can grab the two points here and kick-start their season.
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    Quote Originally Posted by TITAN PETE View Post
    [B]GOLD COAST TITANS v CANTERBURY BULLDOGS

    The Titans showed against the Tigers, and the Sea Eagles previous to that, they can match it with the big guns, and if they can shut down the Bulldogs work around the ruck, they can grab the two points here and kick-start their season.
    Where did you find this rubbish?

    What does 6 points behind 8th placed Dragons have to do with anything?
    When were the Tigers considered "big guns"?
    And how the heck are we going to "kick-start" our season with a win in round 10?
    Last edited by C-Whiz; 09-05-12 at 02:58 PM. Reason: Because heck sounds a lot better than f**k. Ooops

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    word is prince will prob return early n play vs the bulldogs....
    anyone else here not want him to play n let rankin n sezer both play? hah never thought i would say that.

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    I doubt that I have ever been less interested in a Titans game. The thought of Barba running around Idris is making me ill.
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    Quote Originally Posted by C-Whiz View Post
    Where did you find this rubbish?

    What does 6 points behind 8th placed Dragons have to do with anything?
    When were the Tigers considered "big guns"?
    And how the heck are we going to "kick-start" our season with a win in round 10?
    Cut & Paste but not sure where the Dragons come into it .... Storm,Eagles,Sharks,Warriors,Rabbits & even the Donkeys are way ahead of the ex-Fire Breathers
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    All we can hope for is Idris to put on just a little more weight, then there will be no room left for barba to run around him >_>

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    Cant believe it is Round 10 already. The year is getting away and so is the rest of the competition.

    Originally Posted by Moejoe
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    Quote Originally Posted by DavidBouveng View Post
    just watched the classis match on fox sports and seeing our line up made me realise how spoilt we are right now.

    This team was undefeated at home after 5 or so matches for the year...

    1.Brenton Bowen
    2.Brett Jefferies
    3.Luke Odwyer
    4.Brett Delaney
    5.Smith Samau
    6.Ash harrison
    7.Scott PRince
    8.Luke Bailey
    9.Nathan Friend
    10.Michael Hodgson
    11.Brad Meyers
    12. Mark Minichelle
    13.Daniel Conn

    gee-zuz!
    Wow. And we have a superior team on paper now.

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    Prince & Champion have both passed fitness tests & will be playing Friday night..
    #itaintweaktospeak

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    So this should be Cartwright's last throw of the dice with his fav selections.

    1. W Zillman
    2. K Gordon
    3. J Idris
    4. B Champion
    5. D Mead
    6. A Sezer
    7. S. Prince
    8. L Bailey
    9. M Srama
    10. N Myles
    11. G Bird
    12. M Minichiello
    13. A Harrison.

    Bench: M White, L Douglas, L O’Dwyer, B Thompson, P Graham.

    My keenest interest will be in the form of Idris and the number of passes aimed through our centres at our wingmen.

    Anybody like to run a book on this aspect of our game?

    <2 passes each $1.05
    2-4 passes each $20.10
    >4 passes each $1,000,000
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    Quote Originally Posted by Titanic View Post
    So this should be Cartwright's last throw of the dice with his fav selections.

    1. W Zillman
    2. K Gordon
    3. J Idris
    4. B Champion
    5. D Mead
    6. A Sezer
    7. S. Prince
    8. L Bailey
    9. M Srama
    10. N Myles
    11. G Bird
    12. M Minichiello
    13. A Harrison.

    Bench: M White, L Douglas, L O?Dwyer, B Thompson, P Graham.

    My keenest interest will be in the form of Idris and the number of passes aimed through our centres at our wingmen.

    Anybody like to run a book on this aspect of our game?

    <2 passes each $1.05
    2-4 passes each $20.10
    >4 passes each $1,000,000


    It wouldnt be a bad idea to add passes from the 2nd rowers, getting the ball out to the centres is a mission in itself.
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    Lawrence in for White apparently.

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    Quote Originally Posted by amaline View Post
    Lawrence in for White apparently.
    No Rankin.
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    BJ Getting a Run.

    Getting on that 10.5 start!

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    We still have Mr Lazy Jamal Idris though.

    Expect more points to get leaked through that side again, and expect a lot of traffic directed at Prince again too - most teams have worked him out - his tackling is sub-par.
    Last edited by gotitans101; 10-05-12 at 03:01 PM.


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