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2022 R7 Mon - Melbourne 70-10 Warriors @ AAMI

Round 7: Melbourne v Warriors

  • Melbourne Storm

    Votes: 8 72.7%
  • Warriors

    Votes: 3 27.3%
  • Draw after Golden Point

    Votes: 0 0.0%

  • Total voters
    11
  • Poll closed .

The_Frog

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I think he’s the only person to be involved in two 70 pointers. Although Manly lost 72-12 to the Panthers in 2004 and 68-6 to Cronulla on 2005, with the core of the side playing both games, I can’t see anyone who was on the business end of two 70 scorelines.

Nick Bradley Qualilowa played for Manly in the 2004 game along with the Tigers in 2001 when they lost 64-0 to the Storm. Peachy was also binned in both a 74-4 loss (Sharks vs eels 2003 - subsequently sent off) and a 66-0 loss (bunnies vs Warriors 2006). Again though, only one 70.

Dragons 2000 (vs Storm)
Sharks 2003 (vs Eels)
Sea Eagles 2004 (vs Panthers)
Raiders 2006 (vs Knights)
Panthers 2008 (vs Raiders)
Warriors 2022 (vs Storm)
Cracked it. Soloman Haumono was in both the Dragons side that lost 70-10 to the Storm in 2000, and the Manly side that lost 72-12 to Penrith in 2004. There was also a 70 scored by Brisbane vs Knights in 2007 (71-6).
 
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Cracked it. Soloman Haumono was in both the Dragons side that lost 70-10 to the Storm in 2000, and the Manly side that lost 72-12 to Penrith in 2004. There was also a 70 scored by Brisbane vs Knights in 2007 (71-6).

forgot about that 2007 game, but checking the Knights line up you can add Brad Tighe to the list of people involved in two of them. Newcastle in 2007 and Penrith in 2008.

I am sure Bazza will find his way onto the list as well if he hangs around long enough.
 

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