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Top stats from Tigers clash
Richard Becht
Sun 6th March, 09:47PM
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Simon Mannering beats Aaron Woods Tigers v Warriors NRL rugby league match at Campbelltown Stadium, Campbelltown Australia. Saturday 5 March 2016. Photo: Paul Seiser/Photosport.nz

With or without the captaincy, nothing changes with the way Simon Mannering goes about his work.

The 29-year-old’s outing against Wests Tigers yesterday was his first without the captain’s title since making his 100th career appearance against Melbourne in the final match of the 2009 season.

It made no difference, though, to his lead-by-example way of playing the game.

Mannering went into his 12th NRL season having shouldered a huge workload in 2015 which saw him make 1092 tackles in 24 appearances – an average of 45.5 a game – while missing just 27.

The bar went up against the Tigers when he made a game-high 55 tackles, 29 in the first half and 26 in the second while missing two in all.

He also marked his 237th match with the try – the 54th of his career – that ignited the Vodafone Warriors’ comeback from a 4-28 halftime deficit while he produced a try assist to put Solomone Kata in for his second try.

The Vodafone Warriors’ top metre makers were fullback Roger Tuivasa-Sheck with 200 from 14 runs and wing Manu Vatuvei with 158 from a team-high 17 runs while James Gavet was the best of the forwards with 130 from 13 carries.



STATISTICS | v WESTS TIGERS, CAMPBELLTOWN SPORTS STADIUM | LOST 26-34



Team Stats:

Penalties | Vodafone Warriors 9, Wests Tigers 8.

Completions | Vodafone Warriors 28/39 (72%), Wests Tigers 27/38 (71%).

Total runs | Vodafone Warriors 137, Wests Tigers 156.

Metres gained | Vodafone Warriors 1320, Wests Tigers 1428.

Dummy half runs (metres) | Vodafone Warriors 8 (74), Wests Tigers 8 (48).

Line breaks | Vodafone Warriors 5, Wests Tigers 5.

Tackle breaks | Vodafone Warriors 25, Wests Tigers 32.

Kicks (kicking metres) | Vodafone Warriors 15 (354), Wests Tigers 14 (351).

Tackles Made | Vodafone Warriors 313, Wests Tigers 290.

Missed tackles | Vodafone Warriors 32, Wests Tigers 25.

Offloads | Vodafone Warriors 5, Wests Tigers 8.

Errors | Vodafone Warriors 9, Wests Tigers 10.



Individual stats:

Runs | Vodafone Warriors: Manu Vatuvei 17, Roger Tuivasa-Sheck 14, Ben Matulino 14, James Gavet 13, Ryan Hoffman 13, Solomone Kata 11. Wests Tigers: Aaron Woods 21, James Tedesco 17, Tim Grant 15, Sauaso Sue 14, David Nofoaluma 13, Chris Lawrence 11, Jordan Rankin 11, Curtis Sironen 10.

Metres gained | Vodafone Warriors: Roger Tuivasa-Sheck 200, Manu Vatuvei 158, James Gavet 130, Ben Matulino 113, Solomone Kata 111, Ryan Hoffman 101. Wests Tigers: Aaron Woods 213, James Tedesco 174, Sauaso Sue 130, Tim Simona 115, Tim Grant 113, David Nofoaluma 109, Chris Lawrence 102.

Tackle breaks | Vodafone Warriors: Manu Vatuvei 4, Shaun Johnson 4, Simon Mannering 3.Wests Tigers: David Nofoaluma 8, James Tedesco 7, Jordan Rankin 4.

Off loads | Vodafone Warriors: Manu Vatuvei 3. Wests Tigers: James Tedesco 2, David Nofoaluma 2.

Tackles made | Vodafone Warriors: Simon Mannering 55, Issac Luke 33, Ben Matulino 29, Bodene Thompson 25, Jacob Lillyman 26. Wests Tigers: Curtis Sironen 39, Aaron Woods 32, Josh Ailoai 22.

Missed tackles | Vodafone Warriors: Ben Matulino 0, Nathaniel Roache 0. Wests Tigers: Tim Simona 0, Kyle Lovett 0, Curtis Sironen 0, Josh Ailoai 0.

Supports | Vodafone Warriors: Simon Mannering 10, Jeff Robson 6, Solomone Kata 6, Manu Vatuvei 4, Tuimoala Lolohea 4. Wests Tigers: James Tedesco 8, Kevin Naiqama 7, Jack Littlejohn 5, Tim Grant 5, Josh Ailoai 5.
 
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tajhay

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Miss tackles show who didn't miss,

Want to see who did to understand this team.
Goto Stats section on this site.

Pick 2016 stats only, tackling rate. 1.00 indicates they made all their tackles, 0.90 means 90% of tackles. Whole lotta stats in that section.
 
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This is where we lost the game, look at the metres those Tigers forwards have against our piss weak forward pack.
Aaron Woods 213 versus our best forward Gavet 130

Woods played 70 minutes to Gavet's 38 though. Using the nrlstats figures, Woods was 19 runs for 196m, Gavet was 14 for 138, so there isn't a lot of difference in meters per run.

If you add up their 3 props, in 160 minutes of football, Wood, Grant and Seumanufagai made 41 runs for 371 metres.
Warriors used 4 props to fill their 160 minutes, also made 41 runs for 375 metres.

Say what you like about the rest of the game, but it wasn't lost in front row metres. The warriors guys also made 96 tackles to the Tiger's 73.

It's the second row where the difference is more marked

Tigers filled their 240 minutes with Sironen, Lawrence, Sue and Aloiai, 37 runs for 336 metres
Warriors used Henry, Hoffman, Mannering & Thompson, 27 runs for 234 metres.

I guess that's the coaches gameplan not to use the 2nd row for hitups? As even our best in terms of average, Thompson only made 6 runs in 50 minutes, compared to Sue who did double in the same time. Can't be just saving themselves for tackling. The warriors did 113 compared to 107. People have mentioned Henry's uncharacteristic lack of effort, but the big disappointment for me is Hoffman, who was ran for less meters and made less tackles than his opposite number Lawrence; they're players in a similar mould, but our one is supposed to be origin quality!
 

tajhay

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From above. individual tackles made Isaac Luke made 33.
Yet if I go to /www.nzwarriors.com/stats/ it tells me Isaac Luke made 28 tackles.
Why the difference?
Warriors / NRL.com uses an AFL owned stats company for their stats.

The site uses nrlstats information, the same stats that is used in supercoach etc.

Theres always a huge gulf between those stats, and more people prefer/trust nrlstats.com then the information that NRL provides. For example nrl.com has Roger Tuivasa-Sheck running for 200m. Nrlstats.com has 118m for him.
 
Woods played 70 minutes to Gavet's 38 though. Using the nrlstats figures, Woods was 19 runs for 196m, Gavet was 14 for 138, so there isn't a lot of difference in meters per run.

If you add up their 3 props, in 160 minutes of football, Wood, Grant and Seumanufagai made 41 runs for 371 metres.
Warriors used 4 props to fill their 160 minutes, also made 41 runs for 375 metres.

Say what you like about the rest of the game, but it wasn't lost in front row metres. The warriors guys also made 96 tackles to the Tiger's 73.

It's the second row where the difference is more marked

Tigers filled their 240 minutes with Sironen, Lawrence, Sue and Aloiai, 37 runs for 336 metres
Warriors used Henry, Hoffman, Mannering & Thompson, 27 runs for 234 metres.

I guess that's the coaches gameplan not to use the 2nd row for hitups? As even our best in terms of average, Thompson only made 6 runs in 50 minutes, compared to Sue who did double in the same time. Can't be just saving themselves for tackling. The warriors did 113 compared to 107. People have mentioned Henry's uncharacteristic lack of effort, but the big disappointment for me is Hoffman, who was ran for less meters and made less tackles than his opposite number Lawrence; they're players in a similar mould, but our one is supposed to be origin quality!

Agree about the comparison between props. They didn't use Buchanan, their 4th prop, at all. Woods, Grant and Seumaufagai with Woods having the lion's share because he's their skipper.

What impressed me also about Gavet is his size. Not a big prop but he runs with such aggro that it takes 3 sometimes 4 to stop him.

Running with no thoughts of his own self preservation is great but how long can he last by doing that?
 
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Woods played 70 minutes to Gavet's 38 though. Using the nrlstats figures, Woods was 19 runs for 196m, Gavet was 14 for 138, so there isn't a lot of difference in meters per run.

If you add up their 3 props, in 160 minutes of football, Wood, Grant and Seumanufagai made 41 runs for 371 metres.
Warriors used 4 props to fill their 160 minutes, also made 41 runs for 375 metres.

Say what you like about the rest of the game, but it wasn't lost in front row metres. The warriors guys also made 96 tackles to the Tiger's 73.

It's the second row where the difference is more marked

Tigers filled their 240 minutes with Sironen, Lawrence, Sue and Aloiai, 37 runs for 336 metres
Warriors used Henry, Hoffman, Mannering & Thompson, 27 runs for 234 metres.

I guess that's the coaches gameplan not to use the 2nd row for hitups? As even our best in terms of average, Thompson only made 6 runs in 50 minutes, compared to Sue who did double in the same time. Can't be just saving themselves for tackling. The warriors did 113 compared to 107. People have mentioned Henry's uncharacteristic lack of effort, but the big disappointment for me is Hoffman, who was ran for less meters and made less tackles than his opposite number Lawrence; they're players in a similar mould, but our one is supposed to be origin quality!

You should add Lovett to those pack numbers, very interesting what Taylor did with him, I kinda a liked it, down a spine member they were killing us.
 

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Warriors / NRL.com uses an AFL owned stats company for their stats.

The site uses nrlstats information, the same stats that is used in supercoach etc.

Theres always a huge gulf between those stats, and more people prefer/trust nrlstats.com then the information that NRL provides. For example nrl.com has Roger Tuivasa-Sheck running for 200m. Nrlstats.com has 118m for him.

Nrlstats has credited Roache with that Roger Tuivasa-Sheck break in the second half. Either that or Roache ran for 95m off 3 runs and I missed it.
 
I was just reading this story https://www.stuff.co.nz/sport/leagu...adden-believes-warriors-going-down-right-path & there is a line in there that nearly made me choke on my beverage ... Incredibly, according to the statistics on the NRL's website, Shaun Johnson ran the ball three times for a total of two metres.

I tried to confirm this on the NRL's website, but it's down for me ATM (Edit: confirmed 3 runs for 2 meters)

I checked out NRLStats & they are saying that Shaun Johnson received the ball 62 times & ran once for a total of 7 meters against the Broncos

I'm not the biggest stats guy going around as I believe they can be deceiving at times, but no matter how you look at it, either one of those stat breakdowns are alarming
 
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mt.wellington

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Better completions and defensive numbers
Richard Becht
Sun 13th March, 10:22PM
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Vodafone Warriors centre Solomone Kata dumps his Brisbane opposite James Roberts at Suncorp Stadium. Image | www.photosport.nz

Another 55 tackles for Simon Mannering, 47 for Bodene Thompson, 200 metres plus for Roger Tuivasa-Sheck and an improved completion rate were the key stats to emerge from the Vodafone Warriors’ second-round NRL clash against Brisbane on Friday night.

Mannering made it a total of 110 tackles in the first two matches of the season, making 30 in the first half and 25 in the second while Thompson, in his first 80-minute effort, finished with almost 50 as well (and didn’t have one miss).

Tuivasa-Sheck, who made 200 metres against Wests Tigers, finished with 205 metres from 25 runs. Prop Jacob Lillyman (133 metres) was the only other Vodafone Warrior to top 100 although Manu Vatuvei went close with 99 metres in the 47 metres he was on the field as did Solomone Kata with 98.

There was significant improvement in the completion rate, the Vodafone Warriors completing 30 of 35 sets (86 per cent) after finishing with 28 from 39 against Wests Tigers.

The defensive numbers were also better, the Vodafone Warriors missing 20 tackles on Friday night after coming up with 32 misses against the Tigers.

STATISTICS | v BRISBANE BRONCOS, SUNCORP STADIUM | LOST 10-25

Team Stats:

Penalties | Vodafone Warriors 5, Brisbane 8.

Completions | Vodafone Warriors 30/35 (86%), Brisbane 34/45 (76%).

Total runs | Vodafone Warriors 160, Brisbane 182.

Metres gained | Vodafone Warriors 1240, Brisbane 1559.

Dummy half runs (metres) | Vodafone Warriors 9 (67), Brisbane 7 (86).

Line breaks | Vodafone Warriors 1, Brisbane 4.

Tackle breaks | Vodafone Warriors 12, Brisbane 20.

Kicks (kicking metres) | Vodafone Warriors 25 (719), Brisbane 22 (741).

Tackles Made | Vodafone Warriors 352, Brisbane 320.

Missed tackles | Vodafone Warriors 20, Brisbane 12.

Offloads | Vodafone Warriors 5, Brisbane 5.

Errors | Vodafone Warriors 6, Brisbane 12.

Individual stats:

Runs | Vodafone Warriors: Roger Tuivasa-Sheck 25, Jacob Lillyman 17, Ryan Hoffman 13, Jeff Robson 12, Tuimoala Lolohea 12, Solomone Kata 11, Manu Vatuvei 10. Brisbane: Darius Boyd 20, Josh McGuire 20, Corey Oates 16, Alex Glenn 13, Adam Blair 13, Jordan Kahu 13, Matt Gillett 12, Corey Parker 12, Jack Reed 11, James Roberts 10, Anthony Milford 10.

Metres gained | Vodafone Warriors: Roger Tuivasa-Sheck 205, Jacob Lillyman 133, Manu Vatuvei 99, Solomone Kata 98. Brisbane: Darius Boyd 195, Josh McGuire 170, Corey Oates 140, Alex Glenn 133, Jack Reed 110, Adam Blair 102.

Tackle breaks | Vodafone Warriors: Roger Tuivasa-Sheck 2, Tuimoala Lolohea 2, Solomone Kata 2, Issac Luke 2. Brisbane: Anthony Milford 3, Matt Gillett 3.

Off loads | Vodafone Warriors: Ben Matulino 2. Brisbane: Corey Parker 2.

Tackles made | Vodafone Warriors: Simon Mannering 55, Bodene Thompson 47, Ben Matulino 36, Issac Luke 31, James Gavet 33, Jacob Lillyman 30, Raymond Faitala-Mariner 24, Ryan Hoffman 22, Shaun Johnson 21. Brisbane: Matt Gillett 42, Andrew McCullough 31, Alex Glenn 30, Corey Parker 29, Jarrod Wallace 28, Josh McGuire 27, Sam Thaiday 23, Ben Hunt 21.

Missed tackles | Vodafone Warriors: Bodene Thompson 0, Ben Matulino 0, James Gavet 0, Nathaniel Roache 0, Manu Vatuvei 0, Tuimoala Lolohea 0. Brisbane: Matt Gillett 0, Josh McGuire 0, Sam Thaiday 0, Adam Blair 0, James Roberts 0, Jo Ofahengaue 0, Darius Boyd 0, Corey Oates 0, Jordan Kahu 0.

Supports | Vodafone Warriors: Jeff Robson 13, Simon Mannering 9, Ryan Hoffman 8, Bodene Thompson 7, Solomone Kata 6, Blake Ayshford 5. Brisbane: Anthony Milford 17, Jack Reed 10, Alex Glenn 8, Ben Hunt 8, Darius Boyd 8.

https://www.warriors.kiwi/content/warriors/club/news/2016/03/13/better_completions_a.html