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Discussion in 'Game Day Spoilers' started by Timmah, Aug 29, 2010.

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Result: Panthers v Sharks

Poll closed Sep 4, 2010.
  1. Penrith Panthers

    74.1%
  2. Cronulla-Sutherland Sharks

    25.9%
  3. Draw after Golden Point

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  1. Timmah

    Timmah LeagueUnlimited News Editor Staff Member

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    1. Michael Gordon 2. Sandor Earl 3. Michael Jennings 4. Brad Tighe 5. Adrian Purtell 6. Travis Burns 7. Wade Graham
    8. Sam McKendry 9. Kevin Kingston 10. Tim Grant 11. Trent Waterhouse 12. Frank Pritchard 13. Luke Lewis

    Interchange: 14. Daine Laurie 15. Matthew Bell 16. Nathan Smith 17. Gavin Cooper
    Reserves: 20. Masada Iosefa

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    1. Nathan Gardner 2. Blake Ferguson 3. Dean Collis 4. Ben Pomeroy 5. Luke Covell 6. Trent Barrett (c) 7. Tim Smith
    8. Kade Snowden 9. John Morris 10. Luke Douglas 11. Grant Millington 12. Anthony Tupou 13. Paul Gallen

    Interchange: 14. Adam Cuthbertson 15. Broderick Wright 16. Paul Aiton 17. Taulima Tautai


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    Referees
    Jason Robinson and Chris James
    Sideline Officials: Ricky McFarlane and Adam Reid
    Video Referee: Paul Simpkins


    Toyota Cup Round 26
    Panthers v Sharks @ CUA, Sat 5:15pm

    NSW Cup Round 26
    Newtown (SYD) v Cronulla (CRO) @ Henson Pk, Sat 3:00pm
    Western Suburbs (WST) v Windsor (PEN) @ Campbelltown, Sun 1:00pm

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  2. Rovelli

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    Penrith (with a win tonight) will be playing for 2nd/3rd on Saturday. Sharks don't back up well and don't have a heck a lot to play for, given last week was their grand final.
     
  3. McLovin

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    Sharks by plenty...don't see the Panthers winning this one...
     
  4. Sleep

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    Tim Grant and Lachlan Coote likely back for this one. Could get embarassing for the Sharks.
     
  5. Godz Illa

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    Give Cronulla a huge hope in this. Short turnaround for Penrith, Petero suspended, and Covell & Gardner are good under the high ball which is Penrith's only play.
     
  6. pantherz9103

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    Sharks are still a nothing team and we play much better at home. Its our away form that's been poor, get rattled away and we play like retards, resort to too much kicking and too many soft penalties. We had a bit of luck tonight to win but we also showed character to win in the last 10 mins. A contest probably because of our problems but Sharks have nothing to play for they'll come 14th either way. We still can get 2nd. Us by 14
     
  7. abpanther

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    Yeah like all those tries we scored against Souths ay?

    :roll:
     
  8. Timmah

    Timmah LeagueUnlimited News Editor Staff Member

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    If Penrith are smart they'll resort to their usual bomb tactic and pepper Gardner all night. He's a good young fullback but he doesn't have the height.
     
  9. to_ddeath

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    Tough one. Wasn't at all inspired by penriths effort last night, very lucky under the circumstances. Shouldve poleaxed the Dogs in reality.
    Sharks by 4.


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  10. McLovin

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    Sharks 36 - 6 Panthers

    Penrith wont have an answer for King Gal and Prince Gards...
     
  11. pantherz9103

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    :lol::crazy::sarcasm::roll::?
     
  12. Timmah

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    Penrith Panthers v Cronulla-Sutherland Sharks
    Saturday 4 September 2010, 7:30pm AEST - CUA Stadium, Penrith
    Referees: Jason Robinson and Chris James; Sideline Officials: Ricky McFarlane and Adam Reid; Video Referee: Paul Simpkins

    Panthers: 1. Michael Gordon 2. Sandor Earl 3. Michael Jennings 4. Brad Tighe 5. Adrian Purtell 6. Travis Burns 7. Wade Graham 8. Sam McKendry 9. Kevin Kingston 10. Tim Grant 11. Trent Waterhouse 12. Frank Pritchard 13. Luke LewisInterchange: 14. Daine Laurie 15. Matthew Bell 16. Nathan Smith 17. Gavin Cooper; Reserves: 20. Masada Iosefa
    Sharks
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    1. Nathan Gardner 2. Blake Ferguson 3. Dean Collis 4. Ben Pomeroy 5. Luke Covell 6. Trent Barrett (c) 7. Tim Smith 8. Kade Snowden 9. John Morris 10. Luke Douglas 11. Grant Millington 12. Anthony Tupou 13. Paul Gallen
    Interchange: 14. Adam Cuthbertson 15. Broderick Wright 16. Paul Aiton 17. Taulima Tautai

    http://www.leagueunlimited.com/article.php?newsid=19908

    Windsor Wolves and Cronulla Sharks (feeder clubs for Penrith and Cronulla) have NSW Cup clashes coming up this weekend - http://www.leagueunlimited.com/article.php?newsid=19913
     
  13. Special K

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    Gardner has been awesome under the high ball all year despite his lack of height.

    Panthers will win this. It will be tight for 60 then we will fall off
     
  14. CMUX

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    If the dogs had of beaten the Panthers than I would of picked the Sharks.

    I reckon the Sharks had their “grand final” last week and the panthers will win quite comfortably.
     
  15. Doomednow

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    Hopefully a narrow win (granted it was pretty solid comeback from 16 points down, but still) last week gave us a kick up the arse. We seem to need one every couple of weeks. After this week we won't have any more chances to have rubbish games.
     
  16. runatme

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    easy way to win catch all there bombs then they have nothing simple
     
  17. Panther_Daz

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    Yes we have scored the most points in the NRL by just kicking bombs :roll:
     
  18. runatme

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    yeah pretty much
     
  19. Sleep

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    But other teams in the NRL have scored a higher percentage of their points off bombs.

    And if we've scored so many points off it why hasn't any team come up with a simple way to stop it?
     
  20. Special K

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    Is Coote any chance of playing?

    Would be good to see Gardner vs Coote
     

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