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View Poll Results: R6: MAN v WAR
Manly-Warringah Sea Eagles 15 83.33%
Warriors 3 16.67%
Draw after Golden Point 0 0%
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Old 10-04-2011, 10:50 PM
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1. Brett Stewart 2. Michael Robertson 3. Jamie Lyon (c) 4. Steve Matai 5. Will Hopoate 6. Kieran Foran 7. Daly Cherry-Evans
8. Jason King (c) 9. Matt Ballin 10. Brent Kite 11. Anthony Watmough 12. Joe Galuvao 13. Glenn Stewart

Interchange: 14. Terence Seuseu 15. Jamie Buhrer 16. George Rose 17. Vic Mauro
Extended Bench: 18. Tim Robinson 19. Michael Oldfield 20. Tony Williams



1. Lance Hohaia 2. Bill Tupou 3. Shaun Berrigan 4. Simon Mannering (C) 5. Krisnan Inu 6. Feleti Mateo 7. James Maloney
8. Sam Rapira 9. Aaron Heremaia 10. Jacob Lillyman 11. Lewis Brown 12. Elijah Taylor 13. Micheal Luck

Interchange: 15. Jeremy Latimore 16. Ben Matulino 17. Ukuma Ta'ai 20. Russell Packer
Extended Bench: 21. Sione Lousi





Referees
Tony Archer and Brett Suttor
Touch Judges: Russell Turner and Jason Walsh
Video Referee: Chris Ward


Toyota Cup Round 6
Sea Eagles v Warriors @ Brookvale, 3:15pm - teams here

NSW Cup Round 6
Manly-Warringah (MAN) v Windsor (PEN) @ Brookvale, Sat 1:15pm
Central Coast (NWC) v Auckland (WAR) @ Morrie Breen Oval, Kanwal, Sat 3:00pm
teams here


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Old 12-04-2011, 07:11 PM
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Manly-Warringah Sea Eagles v Warriors
Saturday 16 April 2011, kickoff 5:30pm; Brookvale Oval
Referees: Tony Archer and Brett Suttor; Touch Judges: Russell Turner and Jason Walsh; Video Referee: Chris Ward

Sea Eagles: 1. Brett Stewart 2. Michael Robertson 3. Jamie Lyon (c) 4. Steve Matai 5. Will Hopoate 6. Kieran Foran 7. Daly Cherry-Evans 8. Jason King (c) 9. Matt Ballin 10. Brent Kite 11. Anthony Watmough 12. Joe Galuvao 13. Glenn Stewart
Interchange: 14. Terence Seuseu 15. Jamie Buhrer 16. George Rose 17. Vic Mauro 18. Tim Robinson 19. Michael Oldfield 20. Tony Williams
Warriors: 1. Lance Hohaia 2. Bill Tupou 3. Shaun Berrigan 4. Simon Mannering (C) 5. Krisnan Inu 6. Feleti Mateo 7. James Maloney 8. Sam Rapira 9. Aaron Heremaia 10. Jacob Lillyman 11. Lewis Brown 12. Elijah Taylor 13. Micheal Luck
Interchange: 15. Jeremy Latimore 16. Ben Matulino 17. Ukuma Ta'ai 20. Russell Packer 21. Sione Lousi
From NRL Teams Round 6: http://leagueunlimited.com/article.php?newsid=20807

Lower grade sifes including Toyota and NSW Cup: http://leagueunlimited.com/article.php?newsid=20828
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Brett Stewart is hopeful of being passed fit to play against the New Zealand Warriors at Brookvale Oval on Saturday after being ruled out for the second week in succession with a hamstring strain for last Saturday’s thriller against the Sharks.

Stewart strained his hamstring at training on Thursday and the club medical staff ruled him out of the Sharks match.
Coach Des Hasler said Stewart was a chance of playing against the Warriors.

“We will see how he is mid week,” Hasler said.

http://www.mwse.com.au/default.aspx?...-after-round-5
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Old 13-04-2011, 02:12 AM
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hope he is passed fit, Eagles need his organisation skills at the back.. Team looks good, should be a good game against a stong Warriors forward pack,,
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I'd be starting Buhrer over Choc. Watmough needs some sense pounded into him and a rocket shoved up his ass.
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Manly by 4. This could be tighter than expected.


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Any update on Stewart?
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I can't see warriors coming up with the goods @ brookie
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Any update on Stewart?
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Manly by 10 .....
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Stewart out
Crap.....
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Stewart out, Hopoate to fullback, Oldfield or T.Williams to the wing. Probably Oldfield, with T-Rex on the bench.

Two have to drop of the bench.

This hamstring situation for Brett is worrying. How many more weeks will he have to drop out?
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Apparently he is now a 50/50 chance of playing according to radio sport website
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Don't hold your breath though...
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Sea Eagles v Warriors
Brookvale Oval
Saturday 5.30pm

A freshly fired-up Warriors outfit will head to fortress Brookvale with renewed confidence after back-to-back wins in New Zealand, including a strong showing over the lacklustre Roosters. But Sydney’s northern beaches are a long way from Auckland and the Manly boys will be a vastly different proposition to a Roosters side that just could not click into gear as the Warriors put in their best performance of 2011.

The Sea Eagles may still be scratching their collective heads as to how they got out of jail against the Sharks, who looked certain to hold on to their lead after having their cross-town beach rivals down 13-0 with just 20 to go. But a couple of late Manly tries and a field goal calmly slotted by Daly Cherry-Evans got them level, before an amazing last-gasp try to Michael Oldfield sealed the deal at the final siren.

The Sea Eagles won’t want to leave it quite so late again this week, and will also have some extra reinforcements as they prepare for what is traditionally a tough match against the Warriors.

Anthony Watmough and Terence Seuseu return from their one-week suspensions for off-field misdemeanours. Watmough takes his place in the back row, pushing Jamie Buhrer back to a massive seven-man bench that also features Seuseu and last week’s try-scoring hero Michael Oldfield who may yet come in for Brett Stewart. Daniel Harrison is the only player from last week to drop out of the squad.

The Warriors have lost promising fullback Glen Fisiiahi with an ankle injury meaning Lance Hohaia returns to the starting side. Elijah Taylor will start in the back row again with Ukuma Ta’ai on the bench, while Russell Packer and Sione Lousi have been added to the interchange list.

Some milestones: Warrior Micheal Luck plays his 200th NRL game while the Sea Eagles’ Brent Kite is set to make his 150th appearance for the club.

Watch Out Sea Eagles: A change of club hasn’t slowed down the prolific offloading of enigmatic Warriors pivot Feleti Mateo. He’s looked a lot more dangerous since moving from the back row and is getting more involved. He is already comfortably leading the 2011 offload count with 16, ahead of several players on 13.

It may just be a coincidence that the Warriors lost three games with Mateo in the back row, then won their next two once he moved to five-eighth – but then again it may not. Mateo chipped in with a line-break assist and a try assist in the team’s victory over the Roosters, after registering zero of either during his three game stint in the back row. We get the feeling 2010’s leading offloader is just getting warmed up.

Danger Sign: Mateo will look to offload every single time he carries the ball. Reinstated fullback Hohaia and Mateo’s long-time teammate Krisnan Inu will be just two of the players ready to run through whenever they see Mateo getting an arm free.

Watch Out Warriors: With Watmough reunited in the back row with Joe Galuvao the two will have a licence to run rampant. Despite Watmough’s absence last week these two currently sit first and second for total metres gained for back-rowers in 2011. Galuvao ran a massive 155 metres against the Sharks from 20 runs in just 46 minutes, while Watmough averages a hefty 123.8 metres per match from his four appearances.

Along with fellow metre-eater Jamie Buhrer (101 metres per game) and representative lock Glen Stewart who is yet to hit his straps fully in 2011, the Warriors could have problems on both sides of the field if these guys get going.

Danger Sign: Matt Ballin and the Sea Eagles’ young playmakers will be happy to feed the back-rowers quality ball all day long. If the props get the defence onto the back foot early in a set, look for Watmough and Galuvao to carve some holes in it closer to tackle five.

Plays To Watch: Lance Hohaia getting involved with support plays and clever passing close to the line; cross-field bombs from Cherry-Evans, prolific offloading (as always) from Mateo; the Stewart brothers to return to peak form in front of their home crowd; carefree passing from the Warriors; a calmly slotted field goal from Cherry-Evans in the event things get close.

Where It Will Be Won: Back row ascendency. Both sides have plenty of strength across the park, including the front row, but if Manly’s big-name back row comes to the party it could give the home side the edge.

The Warriors will need Queensland-born tackling machine Micheal Luck (206 tackles, fifth in NRL) to do plenty of work to stop the likes of Watmough and Galuvao waltzing through the Warriors’ line at will.

They will also need the likes of rejuvenated former centre Lewis Brown (113.2 metres per game, two tries, two line-breaks) to be at his attacking best if they want to fight fire with fire.

The History: Played 19, Manly 12, Warriors 7. Manly have the overall advantage but the Warriors are one of those rare teams to actually have a winning record at Brookvale, with five wins from their nine visits.

However, Manly have won six of the past eight meetings between these two sides and have actually won three of the past four at Brookvale, suggesting the Warriors’ strength at the venue is slipping.

Also, the Warriors haven’t won outside New Zealand so far in 2011 (remember their victory over the Sharks was a Sharks home game played at Taupo) while Manly have played just once at Brookvale – for a rousing 26-12 win over the Knights in Round 3.

Conclusion: Manly will be relieved to have another game at fortress Brookvale after some tough away games. With their confidence high after their miraculous win last week and key players returning it will be a very tough ask for the New Zealanders to get over the line here.

http://nrl.com.au/TelstraPremiership/MatchCentre/tabid/10999/Default.aspx#matchid=1229&tab=Preview
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