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Who will win?

Raiders +13
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Raiders 1-12
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Draw
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Sharks 1-12
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Sharks 13+
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Total votes: 9

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Make whole damn plane out of middles!
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I suspect Ricky names the same 17
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Our middle defence is very strong.

So if we make our entire team out of middles, then technically our middle defence will be across the whole field, so we will be unpenetrable.

1. Guler (He'll have strong runs from kick returns)
2. Rushton (Rush means fast. Wingers are fast)
3. Horse (Horses love space to gallop)
4. CHN (One in from his usual second row position)
5. Starling (He's fast)

I can't see this strategy failing whatsoever.
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IBG wrote:Our middle defence is very strong.

So if we make our entire team out of middles, then technically our middle defence will be across the whole field, so we will be unpenetrable.

1. Guler (He'll have strong runs from kick returns)
2. Rushton (Rush means fast. Wingers are fast)
3. Horse (Horses love space to gallop)
4. CHN (One in from his usual second row position)
5. Starling (He's fast)

I can't see this strategy failing whatsoever.
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GreenMachine wrote:I can’t see Ricky changing the team, which is fair enough.
However I do think our bench should have Starling for variation.
The guys on the outside will have to earn the call up, unless there are injuries or Ricky is planning to play on rotation.
Agree. Lui only had 17 mins so the forwards have plenty of petrol in the tank!


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My Middle 13 would be as follows for me... and im counting hookers god dammit, because one we need it, and two they pack into the scrum! They're middle players!

1. Starling: Quick, nippy, little short area speed, reads the game well. Best of a bad situation
2. Guler: Mobile, good height, little bit of toe. It's as good as it gets
3. Sia: Guess he played there before, as good a shout as any
4. Papalii: He played most of his career only one spot inwards.
5. Young: Probably the quickest and most suited to try his hand here
6. Tapine: Just get him to run and offload :lol:
7. Hodgson: The only guy you could trust to actually run a footy team
8. Lui: He can play his natural spot
9. Havilii: Easy pickings, only one left and natural position
10. Horsborgh: Playing his natural position.
11. James: Another who's played wide
12. CHN: Natural edge who's played some middle
13. Sutton: Easy selection, will kill it
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You could put in Darby, KOD, Mariota and Trevilyan on the bench
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Coached by Brett White and Ennis can run the water.
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Sid wrote: March 15, 2021, 8:05 pm Coached by Brett White and Ennis can run the water.
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Botman wrote:My Middle 13 would be as follows for me... and im counting hookers god dammit, because one we need it, and two they pack into the scrum! They're middle players!

1. Starling: Quick, nippy, little short area speed, reads the game well. Best of a bad situation
2. Guler: Mobile, good height, little bit of toe. It's as good as it gets
3. Sia: Guess he played there before, as good a shout as any
4. Papalii: He played most of his career only one spot inwards.
5. Young: Probably the quickest and most suited to try his hand here
6. Tapine: Just get him to run and offload Image
7. Hodgson: The only guy you could trust to actually run a footy team
8. Lui: He can play his natural spot
9. Havilii: Easy pickings, only one left and natural position
10. Horsborgh: Playing his natural position.
11. James: Another who's played wide
12. CHN: Natural edge who's played some middle
13. Sutton: Easy selection, will kill it
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Botman wrote: March 15, 2021, 8:02 pm My Middle 13 would be as follows for me... and im counting hookers god dammit, because one we need it, and two they pack into the scrum! They're middle players!

1. Starling: Quick, nippy, little short area speed, reads the game well. Best of a bad situation
2. Guler: Mobile, good height, little bit of toe. It's as good as it gets
3. Sia: Guess he played there before, as good a shout as any
4. Papalii: He played most of his career only one spot inwards.
5. Young: Probably the quickest and most suited to try his hand here
6. Tapine: Just get him to run and offload :lol:
7. Hodgson: The only guy you could trust to actually run a footy team
8. Lui: He can play his natural spot
9. Havilii: Easy pickings, only one left and natural position
10. Horsborgh: Playing his natural position.
11. James: Another who's played wide
12. CHN: Natural edge who's played some middle
13. Sutton: Easy selection, will kill it
I reckon you've actually pinched this off Ricky's whiteboard.
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Also, im embarrassed with how much thought i put into that 13. :lol:
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Botman wrote: March 15, 2021, 8:02 pm My Middle 13 would be as follows for me... and im counting hookers god dammit, because one we need it, and two they pack into the scrum! They're middle players!

1. Starling: Quick, nippy, little short area speed, reads the game well. Best of a bad situation
2. Guler: Mobile, good height, little bit of toe. It's as good as it gets
3. Sia: Guess he played there before, as good a shout as any
4. Papalii: He played most of his career only one spot inwards.
5. Young: Probably the quickest and most suited to try his hand here
6. Tapine: Just get him to run and offload :lol:
7. Hodgson: The only guy you could trust to actually run a footy team
8. Lui: He can play his natural spot
9. Havilii: Easy pickings, only one left and natural position
10. Horsborgh: Playing his natural position.
11. James: Another who's played wide
12. CHN: Natural edge who's played some middle
13. Sutton: Easy selection, will kill it
Sid would like to drop sutton
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This 17 middles team could be the greatest innovation in Rugby League strategy since Dally Messenger invented the long pass.
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simo wrote:
Botman wrote: March 15, 2021, 8:02 pm My Middle 13 would be as follows for me... and im counting hookers god dammit, because one we need it, and two they pack into the scrum! They're middle players!

1. Starling: Quick, nippy, little short area speed, reads the game well. Best of a bad situation
2. Guler: Mobile, good height, little bit of toe. It's as good as it gets
3. Sia: Guess he played there before, as good a shout as any
4. Papalii: He played most of his career only one spot inwards.
5. Young: Probably the quickest and most suited to try his hand here
6. Tapine: Just get him to run and offload :lol:
7. Hodgson: The only guy you could trust to actually run a footy team
8. Lui: He can play his natural spot
9. Havilii: Easy pickings, only one left and natural position
10. Horsborgh: Playing his natural position.
11. James: Another who's played wide
12. CHN: Natural edge who's played some middle
13. Sutton: Easy selection, will kill it
Sid would like to drop sutton
And possibly have him killed it seems


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Spot on so far
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2020 Rd 2 NRL teams: Raiders V Sharks

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Canberra Raiders V Cronulla Sharks
Sunday March 21 6:15pm
Kogarah Jubilee Stadium
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The Canberra Raiders have named their squad for Sunday evenings match against the Cronulla-Sutherland Sharks at Jubilee Stadium. The team is unchanged from the side that defeated the Tigers in round one.

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Canberra Raiders

1. Charnze Nicoll-Klokstad
2. Bailey Simonsson
3. Sebastian Kris
4. Curtis Scott
5. Jordan Rapana
6. Jack Wighton
7. George Williams
8. Josh Papalii
9. Josh Hodgson
10. Dunamis Lui
11. Hudson Young
12. Elliott Whitehead
13. Joe Tapine

14. Siliva Havili
15. Ryan Sutton
16. Sia Soliola
17. Ryan James

18. Sam Williams
19. Tom Starling
20. Emre Guler
21. Harley Smith-Shields

Injury/Suspension

Jarrod Croker, Shoulder (Rd 3-4)
Corey Harawira-Naera, Suspended (Rd 3)

Cronulla Sharks

1. Will Kennedy
2. Sione Katoa
3. Josh Dugan
4. Mawene Hiroti
5. Ronaldo Mulitalo
6. Matt Moylan
7. Chad Townsend
8. Braden Hamlin-Uele
9. Blayke Brailey
10. Aaron Woods
11. Briton Nikora
12. Wade Graham
13. Toby Rudolf

14. Connor Tracey
15. Aiden Tolman
16. Jack Williams
17. Billy Magoulias

18. Nene Macdonald
19. Teig Wilton
20. Andrew Fifita
21. Braydon Trindall

Injury/Suspension

Royce Hunt, Knee (Rd 3)
Siosifa Talakai, Shoulder (Rd 3)
Jesse Ramien, Suspended (Rd 5)
Shaun Johnson, Achilles (Rd 7-8)
Jack A Williams, Throat (Indefinite)

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Touch judges: Matt Noyen, Dave Munro
Video referee: Chris Butler



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Any bold predictions before 4pm?


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Danaman137 wrote:Any bold predictions before 4pm?


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The Nickman wrote:
Danaman137 wrote:Any bold predictions before 4pm?


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No surprises with that team....The Horse will have to make his way back through NSW cup.
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Ooooh, Sid’s going to be FURIOUS when he sees this team
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The Nickman wrote:Ooooh, Sid’s going to be FURIOUS when he sees this team
What's Sutton doing there, this is an OUTRAGE

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Looks like Guler avoided suspension for his shoulder charge
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Gee I can only imagine how much Jarrod Croker is jumping out of his skin to play. I missed the game on Sunday and I am desperate to be back this week and I don't even play!!

Planning to make up for it this weekend by attending 4 NRL, 3 NSW Cup and a Jersey Flegg match in Sydney over the weekend. Getting in training for Magic Round!

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Current Sydney rain forecast

Wed 1-4mm
Thurs 8-20mm
Fri 20-35mm
Sat 30-50mm
Sun 6-15mm

Good luck to those playing cricket finals this weekend.
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Side was never gonna change after a win, so zero surprise with the team. If we play anywhere close to our ability then we'll take this out comfortably, especially with no Johnson and Ramien.

Getting off to a good start is absolutely imperative here. We've got three very winnable games before we meet the Panthers. Win them, as I expect us to do, and that's our season pretty much setup.
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The Nickman wrote: March 15, 2021, 10:46 am
1992 wrote: March 15, 2021, 10:44 am Who ever is named I just want line speed for a change.

Every team starts better than us and it will be costly in the end.
Weird comment to make after the game we just had.
Every game we play we always allow the opposition early field possession.
Against the top teams it could mean the difference between a win and a loss.

Line speed was better in the second half, but again, we were playing Wests not Easts.
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Refreshed Raider Ryan Sutton hoping 2021 will prove third time lucky in quest for finals football



Luckless Englishman Ryan Sutton hopes an off-season trip to the Whitsundays will provide a change of fortunes in 2021 as he looks to play finals football in his third season at the club.

"This is the only year I've had where I switched off from rugby. Me and my girlfriend went away in Australia, we couldn't' go anywhere else so we went up to the Whitsundays and just switched off. I've come back this year into the preseason probably in the best condition I've been in in a long time."

Read more: https://www.canberratimes.com.au/story/ ... /?cs=14239

New rules, new role a work in progress for Ryan James

When Ryan James talks about changes in the game between his second last and most-recent NRL starts, you know he’s harkening back to an almost bygone era. He also finds the new review process confusing.

"It was a little bit weird, to think you’ve scored a try and you go back to half-way and then a minute or two later you’re back down there tackling, it’s weird. Gives us a longer break but I think they’re trying to speed the game up so it’s just one of those things that felt like it made it longer."

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Canberra Raiders coach Ricky Stuart names unchanged side for Cronulla Sharks clash

Ricky Stuart will take an unchanged side into round two against Cronulla for just the second time in his Raiders coaching career after sticking with the 17 who were far too good for the Wests Tigers on Sunday.

1. Charnze Nicoll-Klokstad 2. Bailey Simonsson 3. Sebastian Kris 4. Curtis Scott 5. Jordan Rapana 6. Jack Wighton 7. George Williams 8. Josh Papali'i 9. Josh Hodgson 10. Dunamis Lui 11. Hudson Young 12. Elliott Whitehead 13. Joseph Tapine 14. Siliva Havili 15. Ryan Sutton 16. Iosia Soliola 17. Ryan James 18. Sam Williams 19. Tom Starling 20. Emre Guler 21. Harley Smith-Shields

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Man can someone tell this whinger James to shut up for a few weeks about the changes.
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zim wrote: March 16, 2021, 5:46 pm Man can someone tell this whinger James to shut up for a few weeks about the changes.
They better tell Hodgo while they're at it.
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greeneyed wrote:Refreshed Raider Ryan Sutton hoping 2021 will prove third time lucky in quest for finals football

Luckless Englishman Ryan Sutton hopes an off-season trip to the Whitsundays will provide a change of fortunes in 2021 as he looks to play finals football in his third season at the club.

"This is the only year I've had where I switched off from rugby. Me and my girlfriend went away in Australia, we couldn't' go anywhere else so we went up to the Whitsundays and just switched off. I've come back this year into the preseason probably in the best condition I've been in in a long time."

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-TW- wrote:
The Nickman wrote:Ooooh, Sid’s going to be FURIOUS when he sees this team
What's Sutton doing there, this is an OUTRAGE

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greeneyed wrote: March 16, 2021, 5:59 pm
zim wrote: March 16, 2021, 5:46 pm Man can someone tell this whinger James to shut up for a few weeks about the changes.
They better tell Hodgo while they're at it.
Outrageous stuff.
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Sid wrote: March 16, 2021, 6:03 pm
greeneyed wrote:Refreshed Raider Ryan Sutton hoping 2021 will prove third time lucky in quest for finals football

Luckless Englishman Ryan Sutton hopes an off-season trip to the Whitsundays will provide a change of fortunes in 2021 as he looks to play finals football in his third season at the club.

"This is the only year I've had where I switched off from rugby. Me and my girlfriend went away in Australia, we couldn't' go anywhere else so we went up to the Whitsundays and just switched off. I've come back this year into the preseason probably in the best condition I've been in in a long time."

Read more: https://www.canberratimes.com.au/story/ ... /?cs=14239
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