3-2-1 v Manly

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  1. Meth

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    a little hard as I only watched it live, but I’d go-

    3- Harris
    2- Luke
    1 Johnson

    HM- Green, Fusitua, Maumalo, Hiku, Paasi, Mannering.
     
  2. Fufu Andronez

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    3. Johnson
    2. Maumalo
    1. Paasi

    Pretty good performance just wish we had Roger out there too
     
  3. SpaceMonkey

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    1- Johnson (let’s not kid ourselves, we’re f**ked without him)
    2- Maumalo
    3- Paasi

    HMs all round tonight. Special mentions to Mannering and Gavet finding form.
     
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    3: Ken (nearly 200m great starts to sets)
    2: Green (great hands and pass selection in the tries)
    1: Harris (153m, 43 tackles)
    So hard to pick this week
    Back 5 all ran over 100m
    SJ showed some class and Fus did great things out wide and scored a hatrick.
    Passi and Papalli great effort up front.
    Mannering defense back to his standard.
    Any could have appear on the points.
     
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    3. Johnson
    2. Maumalo
    1. Paasi

    HM's: The team, Mannering back to form.
     
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    This will do me... hard to pick
     
  7. Blair

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    I've just got home from work. We won! How bloody ace. I don't even know the score.

    3-2-1s after I settle in for an awesome replay sometime this long weekend.
     
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    Glad to see the thread active eh Blair? That way you know the result was good!
     
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    I'm just over the moon with this result. I've cooked dinner, and skoled three cans of Coors to catch up with you guys (by the amount of typos in the game-day thread I reckon there's been some drinking going on).

    However, I have to work again tomorrow, so that's it for me. It's cup of tea and see you all later. Sweet dreams.
     
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  10. Rich102

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    3. Luke
    2. Harris
    1 Green
     
  11. Meth

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    Credit where credit is due, Hiku was safe as houses
     
  12. Big Marn

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    Harris 3
    Johnson 2
    Fusitua 1

    HM Luke, Mannering, Maumalo, Green
     
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    3 Paasi
    2 Green
    1 Johnson
     
  14. Benek

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    This for me too
     
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    3 Luke
    2 Johnson
    1 Paasi
     
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    Bit off the topic of 3-2-1, but I was watching that game last night and thinking how much of an outstanding player Tohu was. But 15 minutes later was thinking about Green who was truely superb last night. Are Green and Harris the two best recruits for the warriors ever?

    I know Price and Wiki were a great double but these two are great.

    On form, are Green and Johnson amongst the best pairings in the comp? On form is the critical point. Thurston and Morgan in theory should be the best, but look at the cowboys?
     
  17. Rich102

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    I think the strength of all our signings this year is good, possibly our strongest. But I agree Green and Blair are standouts.
    On halves, I think it is hard to go past Maloney & Cleary.
     
  18. The Pa Kid

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    I agree about Harris and Green. They appear to me be players who are thinking about how they can win game while playing it. Very rear in a physical crash bash game.
     
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    Luke 3
    Green 2
    Paasi 1
     
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  20. SpaceMonkey

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    The key thing about that in Green’s case is that it takes that responsibility off Shaun and let’s him play what’s in front of him - and we all know that’s when Shaun cuts loose and tears sides to pieces. How good were his combos with Fus yesterday?
     

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