'12 | R11 | Fri | Tigers 24-22 Warriors | Leichhardt

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Round 11 result: Tigers v Warriors

Poll closed May 18, 2012.
  1. Wests Tigers

    25.9%
  2. Warriors

    66.7%
  3. Draw after Golden Point

    7.4%
  1. Timmah

    Timmah LeagueUnlimited News Editor Staff Member

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    1. Tim Moltzen 2. Beau Ryan 3. Joel Reddy 4. Blake Ayshford 5. Lote Tuiqiri 6. Chris Lawrence 7. Benji Marshall
    8. Aaron Woods 9. Tom Humble 10. Keith Galloway 11. Adam Blair 12. Liam Fulton 13. Matt Bell

    Interchange: 14. Ben Murdoch-Masila 15. Matt Utai 16. Ray Cashmere 17. Pat Politoni

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    1. Glen Fisiiahi 2. Bill Tupou 3. Ben Henry 4. Konrad Hurrell 5. Manu Vatuvei 6. James Maloney 7. Shaun Johnson
    8. Russell Packer 9. Alehana Mara 10. Ben Matulino 11. Elijah Taylor 12. Simon Mannering (capt) 13. Feleti Mateo

    Interchange: 14. Lewis Brown 15. Sam Rapira 16. Sione Lousi 17. Jacob Lillyman


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    Referees
    Tony Archer and Jason Robinson
    Sideline Officials: Jason Walsh and Adam Reid
    Video Referee: Paul Simpkins


    Related matches
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    VB NSW Cup R12 - Balmain Ryde-Eastwood Tigers (WST) v Wentworthville Magpies (PAR) @ Leichhardt, Sat 3:00pm

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  2. Vic Mackey

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    No Farah....god can only imagine what new combo sheens is dreaming up as we speak
     
  3. Aragorn

    Aragorn First Grade

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    could be a close game - i actually favour the Tigers as they're usually hard to bet at Leichhardt oval.

    usually the warriors have other things on their minds on a friday night...
     
  4. Rebel

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    Warriors. but not by much.
     
  5. Juju

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    hmmmm. no farah is a bonus. Will be close though
     
  6. vvvrulz

    vvvrulz First Grade

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    Warriors should get home providing our backs esp the replacement fullback (most likely Fish) doesn't have a defensive shocker.
     
  7. hitman82

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    Both sides missing their hooker means it could come down to the Marshall vs Johnson show. Can't wait!

    Just out of interest, how do people rate these two against each other?

    Statistically I couldn't find a good comparison, but:
    Try Assists
    Marshall - 13
    Johnson - 12

    Tries
    Johnson - 6
    Marshall wasn't in the top group

    Line Break Assists
    Marshall - 8
    Johnson wasn't in the top group

    Line Breaks
    Johnson - 7
    Marshall wasn't in the top group

    Personally I rate Johnson as having the skillset of Marshall but with more pace. Plus Johnson can jump :p
     
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  8. gronkathon

    gronkathon First Grade

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    It would be a Leichhardt miracle if we win this when he will still pick garbage like Moltzen and aged and out of form Lote
     
  9. KeepingTheFaith

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    Hoping for a Warriors win rather than expecting it.

    Despite our strong first 70mins against Melbourne, the fact is we haven't gotten good results in our last 3 away games. Playing a lot better than we were against Raiders and Roosters (first time around), so hopefully our away results will turn around as well.

    Mateo always seems to have a big one against the Tigers so I'm hoping he has a strong game.

    Considering some of the Tigers results this year it's hard to know which Tigers team will turn up, and it's always a crapshoot as to which Warriors side will turn up. Could be close either way, could be a blowout either way, complete coin flip.
     
  10. Vic Mackey

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    Strong mail that although he may not be named Curtis Sironen will start in the halves with Benji
     
  11. Earl

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    1. Benji Marshall
    6. Wade McKinnon
    7. Curtis Sironen
    9. Tim Moltzen

    14. Blake Aysford
    15. Tom Humble
    16. Jacob Miller
    17. Matt Utai
     
  12. blacklock

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    warriors are playing too dominantly to lose this one. so long as its not wet weather footy, i say they get the upper hand in this one
     
  13. Aragorn

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    looking at the Tigers team that was announced I'm feeling pretty comfortable about a warriors win. Matt Utai on the bench was a strange selection - you dont often see a winger there unless he can cover a multiple number of positions..... he's also a bit of an old timer, like Lote....
     
  14. Marshall_magic

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    or if it's Tim Sheens picking the side
     
  15. Grapple

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    Moltzen @ 9?! Warriors have no chance...
     
  16. Timmah

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    Referees: Tony Archer and Jason Robinson; Sideline Officials: Jason Walsh and Adam Reid; Video Referee: Paul Simpkins

    Tigers: 1. Tim Moltzen 2. Beau Ryan 3. Joel Reddy 4. Blake Ayshford 5. Lote Tuiqiri 6. Chris Lawrence 7. Benji Marshall 8. Aaron Woods 9. Tom Humble 10. Keith Galloway 11. Adam Blair 12. Liam Fulton 13. Matt Bell
    Interchange: 14. Ben Murdoch-Masila 15. Matt Utai 16. Ray Cashmere 17. Pat Politoni

    Warriors: 1. Glen Fisiiahi 2. Bill Tupou 3. Ben Henry 4. Konrad Hurrell 5. Manu Vatuvei 6. James Maloney 7. Shaun Johnson 8. Russell Packer 9. Alehana Mara 10. Ben Matulino 11. Elijah Taylor 12. Simon Mannering (capt) 13. Feleti Mateo
    Interchange: 14. Lewis Brown 15. Sam Rapira 16. Sione Lousi 17. Jacob Lillyman

    All teams from all grades and where all the feeder clubs play: http://www.leagueunlimited.com/article.php?newsid=22710
     
  17. Mr_Raditch

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    Put your money on the Warriors, they are paying $2 for the win. Best bet of the weekend. With Lawrence at 6 & Robbie not playing we lack any creativity, we'll be lucky to score more than 3 tries. With our defence I can see the warriors scoring at least 4 times. $4.50 for 13+, this one could be risky but it wouldn't surprise me. I never bet on Tigers games but Im strongly considering getting on the Warriors for this one. Im just not sure how I will handle the conflicted feelings of getting money when we lose.
     
  18. blacklock

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    its a win win! either...you win money despite your team losing..which is good.

    or you lose money but you watch your team kick ass! :)

    betting on your own team and watching them lose...is a lose lose :)
     
  19. Vic Mackey

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    Hard to see that tigers line up scoring more then2 tries...the warriors certainly have more in them then us.

    Humble and politani will give much better service then Fulton did the last time farah was out, so that's something. Though Lawrence at 5/8 completely negates that.

    Even though our forwards have been very good since the dragons debacle, a bench of a prop/wide running back rower/hooker/winger will be no match for the warriors 3 props/back rower. Wouldn't be surprised to see woods play 80 minutes.

    Hopefully the warriors have an off night, otherwise I can't see us getting up.
     
  20. matrightyeh

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