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Should be Vailea and Montoya in the centres with Kosi coming into the starting side on the wing.Centres
It is not inconceivable that Brayden will start game one.
Dolohins sounds interestingMontoya made some horrendous reads in defence compared to when he played wing and if Kosi is a game breaker then I'm the old lady who lived in a shoe.
FTR I'm neither an old lady nor do I live in a shoe.
Point is, if those two are our first choice centre/wing combo we might as well send out invitations to the Dolohins and Tigers to see who's bringing lunch to the foot of the table.
Dolohins sounds interesting
Kosi shouldn’t be starting, he’s been pretty mediocre tbh. We’ve had way too many one dimensional backs the past few years..Maumalo, Fuss, Pompey, Kata etc, slow and all they do is run straight with no imagination. Our backs have been so average even George Jennings looked like a superstar when he replaced those guys. Guys like Vailea, Watene, Montoya have been a breath of fresh air, hopefully Berry comes good as well. Edene Gebbie and Josiah Karapani would be awesome for us
I think he does that. But his work is ineffective.Same place he was before we signed Wiliame.
Berry's place in the pecking order comes down to Berry.
Has more talent than Wiliame, Pompey, Montoya, but has to do the dirty stuff and get more physical before he has the right to be picked over any of them.
Balls in his court, but he still has time.
Is this the quietest Nov 1 passing ever!?
Do we think Charnze is good enough at centre after that last kiwis game? Best we've got probably.Does Charnze Nicoll-Klokstad slot into centre after playing there for the kiwis and Metcalf becomes a chance to play fullback?
And all that JazzExperienced forward Jazz Tevaga has extended his One New Zealand Warriors NRL career to nine seasons after signing a new one-year deal to the end of the 2024 season.
The 27-year-old’s recommitment follows a 2022 campaign which saw him become the 27th player to make 100 first-grade appearances for the club.
“Jazz contributes so much to what our club stands for,” said One New Zealand Warriors GM recruitment, pathways and development Andrew McFadden.
“We’re thrilled he’ll be with us for another year as we head into an era of real change.”
In confirming his extension, Jazz was relieved to be back in NZ for the club's homecoming season.
“I’m excited with what lies ahead with a new coach in Webby (Andrew Webster) and a lot of new players. And I can’t wait to be playing in front of our fans at last. That’s what I’ve missed the most,” he said.
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