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    Default Round 14: TITANS vs NZ WARRIORS (2019)

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    Quote Originally Posted by DIEHARD View Post
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    Proctor is out for 2-3 weeks with a fractured eye socket. It looks like Hipgrave will be suspended for his shoulder charge too. So Cartwright will be on one edge and who will our other backrower be??

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    So Keegan Hipgrave gets offered a week for a shoulder charge but Josh Maguire gets a fine for an alleged eye gouge, his second of the season and third in a year?

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    Quote Originally Posted by hangingon View Post
    Proctor is out for 2-3 weeks with a fractured eye socket. It looks like Hipgrave will be suspended for his shoulder charge too. So Cartwright will be on one edge and who will our other backrower be??
    If I had to guess, I'd say Whitbread will probably take that other back rower spot. I just hope they don't bring Matthews into the side...

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    Darius Farmer might even get a debut too? Off the bench

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    Might have to hold off on releasing Peachey for another week while Hipgrave does his suspension.
    I wonder if Arrow/Cartwright could both do an 80min job in the 2nd row with Whitbread being the starting Lock.

    If Matthews is in the 17 then Iíll be quite upset.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BundyTitan View Post
    Darius Farmer might even get a debut too? Off the bench
    Do you think he is ready mdrew? Id be interested to let him a have a crack over mathews. Our seasons over anyway, why not start giving these young guys a go?

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    Darius is a talent but he would need to have his contract upgraded and with some more QCup seasoning will be a good palyer

    Quote Originally Posted by Upthetits View Post
    Do you think he is ready mdrew? Id be interested to let him a have a crack over mathews. Our seasons over anyway, why not start giving these young guys a go?

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    I've always wondered if arrow would be better in the back row, runs hard and has a good offload in him, wouldn't get battered and injured as much from carrying the team in the middle, and would improve our edge defence and we have plenty of middle forwards who can play lock

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    Titans: 1. AJ Brimson 2. Anthony Don 3. Jesse Arthars 4. Brian Kelly 5. Dale Copley 6. Tyrone Roberts 7. Ryley Jacks 8. Jarrod Wallace 9. Nathan Peats 10. Moeaki Fotuaika 11. Bryce Cartwright 12. Tyrone Peachey 13. Jai Arrow

    Interchange: 14. Mitch Rein 15. Shannon Boyd 16. Jai Whitbread 17. Jack Stockwell

    Reserves: 18. Will Matthews 19. Max King 20. Phillip Sami 21. Brenko Lee

    Warriors: 1 Roger Tuivasa-Sheck (c) 2 David Fusitu’a 3 Peta Hiku 4 Patrick Herbert 5 Ken Maumalo 6 Kodi Nikorima 7 Blake Green 8 Agnatius Paasi 9 Issac Luke 10 Leeson Ah Mau 11 Isaiah Papali’i 12 Tohu Harris 13 Adam Blair

    Interchange: 14 Jazz Tevaga 15 Bunty Afoa 16 Lachlan Burr 17 Karl Lawton

    Reserves: 18 Gerard Beale 20 Chanel Harris-Tavita 21 Ligi Sao 23 Leivaha Pulu

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    Puke, Cartwright and Peachey starting.. We are really short of quality back row options.

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    Yep, back row looks soft

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    Matthews at 18. Oh god

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    If the 80min effort is there then selections don’t matter. Even Cartwright and Peachey on the edges.
    I think our team seriously owe the fans and members a wholehearted 80min crack at it.

    Go out and bloody smash them.

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    What's wrong with king? Is he injured?

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    Warriors hit by illness before Titans game
    June 11, 2019 1:41 pm in Sport by AAP
    Several Warriors players have been laid low by gastroenteritis, providing an unwanted birthday surprise for beleaguered coach Stephen Kearney.

    Key members of the spine were among four players forced to skip training on Tuesday, three days out from their NRL match against the Titans on the Gold Coast.

    Kearney confirmed halfback Blake Green and hookers Issac Luke and Karl Lawton had been struck down, along with utility back Blake Ayshford.

    The illnesses are forecast to be short-term but it creates a juggling act for the Kiwi club, who are anxious no other players are affected when they board their trans-Tasman flight on Wednesday morning.

    It also adds to mounting problems for Kearney, whose team were dismantled 32-10 by Melbourne on Saturday.

    Their eighth loss of the campaign dropped them to 13th, leaving several players openly questioning the team’s mental toughness.

    Kearney was equally flummoxed post-match on Saturday but his mood had lightened when his 47th birthday dawned on Tuesday.

    He was successful in creating a light-hearted vibe to exorcise the memory of a dreadful second half which the Storm dominated 24-0.

    “When we’re playing our best footy, we’re enjoying ourselves,” Kearney said.

    “That’s why you heard a bit of laughter around the place and good spirit, because we’re that type of footy team.

    “(But) we need to make sure we improve and make sure it’s an 80-minute performance. When Melbourne put us under a bit of pressure there, we didn’t handle it real well.”

    The game will be the 300th for former Storm, Wests Tigers and Broncos forward Adam Blair.

    He will join Reuben Wiki and Simon Mannering as the only Kiwis to reach the milestone.

    Former Warriors skipper Mannering, who retired last year, is expected to address the players before kickoff.

    Kearney believes Blair has put his early-season wobbles behind him and will keep building on the improved showings of recent weeks.

    “He’s a competitor and he’s an experienced player and he knows how to work himself back (into form),” he said.

    “That’s what guys of his experience do. Adam will know himself he just has to go out there and execute his job.”


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