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Discussion in 'Parramatta Eels' started by Eelogical, Mar 30, 2019.
It's kava soap.
You’re kava soap!
Does Siva match payments become part of the salary cap next season?
I think they do. Also depends how long he is contracted for. Hopefully cheap as next year too.
It will only be about 75K. SFA in the scheme of things.
We could always throw in Will Smith to sweeten the deal.
Gee we’re generous.
Id mention his courage to play on recently after that cramp in his calf.
Did you see the size of that "fuc*ing lump"? I was hurting sitting in my Smokey Dawson Recliner Chair.
No high fives for the WIP?
He is going great guns. Like everyone else, I just want to see him break through the line and see how fast he can run.
Just got selected for his country.
Is this the beginning of his journey towards his French Rugby career?
Leading try scorer and has scored in his last 8 games. If Jennings could pass he would if had another.
Joel Caine the Merkin has him for leading try scorer at 67-1.
He goes alright.
Sivo now the 4th rookie in the last 30 years to claim Kevin Irvine Medal
By Navitalai Naivalurua
Fiji born Parramatta wing, Maika Sivo [Photo:nine.com.au]
Fiji born Parramatta wing, Maika Sivo will now become the fourth rookie in the last 30 years to claim the Kevin Irvine Medal in his rookie year.
The Kevin Irvine Medal is given to top try scorer in the NRL.
Sivo’s remarkable hat-trick in their 32-16 against the Sea Eagles last week earned him the award with 20 tries.
Roosters center, Latrell Mitchell came in second in the top tries scoring list with 18 tries while Ken Maulo of Warriors in third with 17 tries.
Sivo joins fellow Fijians Noa Nadruku and Suliasi Vunivalu who have claimed this in their rookie years.
Alex Johnson is the only other rookie to have claimed the award in his rookie year, having to score 21 tries in 18 games in the NRL 2014 premier season.
Week 1 of the NRL finals kicks off tomorrow with the Roosters taking on the Rabbitohs at 9.50pm while Melbourne Storm take on the Canberra Raiders at 7.40pm Saturday.
The Sea Eagles face the Sharks at 9.50pm Saturday.
The Parramatta Eels will take on the Brisbane Broncos at 6.05pm this Sunday.
FFS Navitalai Naivalurua ! It’s Ken ! Ken Irvine.
Surely those scheduled kickoff times can't be right, 9:50 pm?
Oh sorry, just clicked on the link, Fijian time. Sweet.
I’m sure that’ll be the grand final kick off time. For Origin they usually don’t sing anthem before 10pm
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