'11 | R3 | Sat | Tigers 34-24 Raiders | Campbelltown

Discussion in 'Game Day Spoilers' started by Timmah, Mar 21, 2011.

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R3: WST v CAN

Poll closed Mar 26, 2011.
  1. Wests Tigers

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  2. Canberra Raiders

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  3. Draw after Golden Point

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  1. Timmah

    Timmah LeagueUnlimited News Editor Staff Member

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    1. Wade McKinnon 2. Lote Tuqiri 3. Blake Ayshford 4. Chris Lawrence 5. Matt Utai 6. Benji Marshall 7. Robert Lui
    8. Andrew Fifita 9. Robbie Farah 10. Keith Galloway 11. Simon Dwyer 12. Todd Payten 13. Chris Heighington

    Interchange: 14. Tim Moltzen 15. Aaron Woods 16. Jason Schirnack 17. Alan Schirnack

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    1. David Milne 2. Blake Ferguson 3. Jarrod Croker 4. Joel Thompson 5. Daniel Vidot 6. Josh McCrone 7. Matt Orford
    8. Tom Learoyd-Lahrs 9. Glen Buttriss 10. David Shillington (C) 11. Joe Picker 12. Bronson Harrison (C) 13. Shaun Fensom

    Interchange: 14. Travis Waddell 15. Trevor Thurling 16. Dane Tilse 17. Brett White
    Extended Bench: 18. Josh Miller 19. James Stuart 20. Reece Robinson


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    Referees
    Jason Robinson and Chris James
    Touch Judges: Graeme West and Daniel Eastwood
    Video Referee: Steve Clark


    Toyota Cup Round 3
    Tigers v Raiders @ Campbelltown, 5:15pm - teams here

    NSW Cup Round 3
    Western Suburbs (WST) v North Sydney @ Campbelltown, 3:00pm
    Balmain Ryde-Eastwood (WST) BYE - teams here

    QRL Intrust Super Cup Round 2
    Souths Logan (CAN) v Central (BRI) @ Webb Oval, Sat 4:00pm - teams here

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  2. aids

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    thanks Dodge

    there is a nice poetry to Payten playing his 250th game against the club he debuted for, was he the youngest Raiders player to Debut at the time?
     
  3. Gaba

    Gaba First Grade

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    LIke with every game the tigers play

    depends where sheens is after halftime
     
  4. skeepe

    skeepe Referee

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    The last time these teams met, the Tigers needed an absolutely horrendous decision from Jared Maxwell to penalise TLL for having the temerity to be held onto by Bryce Git to get them undeservedly home.

    Which referee will f**k us this time?
     
  5. Hutty1986

    Hutty1986 Referee

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    skeepe. Refs don't matter, just look where Sheensy is at half-time.
     
  6. skeepe

    skeepe Referee

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    Benji Marshall is what matters. I don't know whether it's true or not, but I heard it mentioned before the semi last year that Marshall has never experienced a loss to the Raiders.

    That is a concern. Although he would have experienced one last year if not for Maxwell's ridiculous penalty.
     
  7. gronkathon

    gronkathon First Grade

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    The two times before that in 2010 they just needed the Raiders to suck. The Raiders obliged
     
  8. 851

    851 Bench

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    Also on the same ground he made his debut in 1996,and it must be Raiders Tigers time,Skeepe is out bagging refs and deriding Tigers declaring Canberra's bad luck and Wests good luck.
     
  9. Hutty1986

    Hutty1986 Referee

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    Sounds like Dugan is finally running near full tilt and will probably be named for this game. Leaning towards the Tiges at home
     
  10. Haynetrain

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    Raiders are deadset losers away from home
     
  11. skeepe

    skeepe Referee

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    Canberra away in 2010: 6 wins
    Eels away in 2010: 4 wins

    Now back in your box.
     
  12. Haynetrain

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    Both teams are highly retarded with no hope in life so its going to be a tough one to select
     
  13. gronkathon

    gronkathon First Grade

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    Your club is paying Carl Webb money. Therefor you lose any argument on retardation
     
  14. Mr. Snrub

    Mr. Snrub Juniors

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    Have to go with the Tigers on this one. They always seem to step up their game against the Raiders. Although, I'd be over the moon if the raiders can get up!
     
  15. to_ddeath

    to_ddeath First Grade

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    Tigers by 10.
    Seem to have found their mojo, Raiders haven't yet though I doubt
    they are capable of 2 absolute stinkers in a row....


    T.
     
  16. gronkathon

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    I don't think the Tigers have found anything.

    We have been very sloppy and disjointed. I am hopefull but we have seen teams bounce back after bad losses in round 1. The Raiders will be keen to restore some pride
     
  17. Proud2BeCanberran

    Proud2BeCanberran Juniors

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    Really? I know the Raiders are yet to find their rhythm, but you think the Tigers have? They were very ordinary against the Warriors, and I think if they were playing a better team would've lost quite comfortably. The week prior were also very disappointing against the Bulldogs.

    Will be a very good game this weekend.

    Am going for a Tigers win, however. 26-22.
     
  18. Vic Mackey

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    Both teams have been dissapointing to start the year.

    Wests have had all the luck in the last few games against the raiders. We should have lost at least 2 of the 3 games we beat them in 2010.

    We've got half our pack missing whilst the raiders have key players out too, no excuses come day day (except from skeepe)
     
  19. Pete Cash

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    S.O.S

    Josh Dugan.
     
  20. Raider_69

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    first five rounds is a complete lottery, this game could go either way.
    Neither side has hit their straps, both sides will be looking for imnproved performances

    If dugan plays and is 100%, it will be even more of a coin toss.

    We've got the tigers at a good time though, their pack is missing some players and ours has come off a very poor performance and will be looking to make a statement.
    Orford will be better for the run last week.
    Tigers will rightfully be favourites but nothing from 40 points thrashings either way or GP win for either would shock me.

    I do think if the Raiders pack plays to its potential, the tigers wont be able to contain us. But if the tigers pack go with us or better us, Marshall and Farah will tear us apart
     

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