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mt.wellington

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NRL 2017 Round 11 - Warriors vs Dragons TEAM LIST

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NZWF Official thread for the 2017 Round 11 Warriors team list and discussion...

Vodafone Warriors v ST GEORGE ILLAWARRA DRAGONS
FMG Stadium Waikato, Hamilton
8.00pm, Friday, May 19

1 Roger Tuivasa-Sheck (c)
2 Charnze Nicoll-Klokstad
3 Blake Ayshford
4 David Fusitua
5 Ken Maumalo
6 Kieran Foran
7 Shaun Johnson
8 James Gavet
9 Issac Luke
10 Jacob Lillyman
11 Bodene Thompson
12 Ryan Hoffman
13 Bunty Afoa

14 Nathaniel Roache
15 Sam Lisone
16 Ligi Sao
17 Ben Matulino
18 Charlie Gubb
20 Mason Lino
21 Albert Vete
22 Tuimoala Lolohea

HEAD COACH | Stephen Kearney
 
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jonno

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Push the like button if you want the spileys playing first grade.

Push the funny button if our props should should get another shot.
 
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Vancent

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Push the like button if you want the spileys playing first grade.

Push the funny button if our props should should get another shot.
Is there a third option for say.....The Sipleys? ;)
 
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Iafetas Kickstand Wang

Iafetas Kickstand Wang

Hearing Mannering is still out as is Manu and Kata.

Guessing Ken goes to the wing, Fusitua to the centres, and status quo up front.
 
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rugged

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All I really want to see is no brodene, but am guessing with manners out he will be there
 
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1995Warriorsfan

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VODAFONE WARRIORS v ST GEORGE ILLAWARRA DRAGONS
FMG Stadium Waikato, Hamilton
8.00pm, Friday, May 19


1 ROGER TUIVASA-SHECK (c)
2 CHARNZE NICOLL-KLOKSTAD
3 BLAKE AYSHFORD
4 DAVID Fusitua
5 KEN MAUMALO
6 KIERAN FORAN
7 SHAUN JOHNSON
8 JAMES GAVET
9 ISSAC LUKE
10 JACOB LILLYMAN
11 BODENE THOMPSON
12 RYAN HOFFMAN
13 BUNTY AFOA

14 NATHANIEL ROACHE
15 SAM LISONE
16 LIGI SAO
17 BEN MATULINO
18 CHARLIE GUBB
20 MASON LINO
21 ALBERT VETE
22 TUIMOALA LOLOHEA

HEAD COACH | STEPHEN KEARNEY
 
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Ben Matulino becomes just the fourth player to make 200 appearances for the Vodafone Warriors when they face St George Illawarra in their 11th-round NRL clash at FMG Stadium Waikato on Friday night (8.00pm kick-off).

The club’s first-ever home game in Hamilton will also be a milestone occasion for second rower Bodene Thompson who plays his 50th match for the Vodafone Warriors, his 135th career game.

Matulino (28) follows Stacey Jones (2005) and current team-mates Simon Mannering (2014) and Manu Vatuvei (2015) in joining the club’s elite 200-game club.

A foundation NYC player in 2008, Matulino was the first graduate from the under-20 competition to play both 100 and 150 NRL games but injuries and suspension have held him up with Brisbane’s Andrew McCullough and Alex Glenn edging him to the 200 mark.

Matulino has again been named on the bench as he prepares to add a significant achievement to a career which has so far seen him play a total of almost 9100 minutes, make more than 20,000 metres from almost 2300 runs (averaging 100.9 metres a game) and more than 4110 tackles (averaging 20.7 a game).

While Matulino lines up he won’t have his long-standing team-mates Mannering and Vatuvei alongside him. Mannering hasn’t recovered from the hamstring injury which forced him out of last Saturday’s 28-36 loss to Penrith while Vatuvei is sidelined with a calf injury he picked up in the final field session last Friday when he was all set to make his return to the NRL.

Also out of contention this week is Solomone Kata. He was making his comeback from a hamstring complaint last week when he was forced from the field with another leg injury in the 69th minute.

With Kata out, David Fusitua switches from the wing to the centres, Ken Maumalo is back replacing Fusitua after playing in the Intrust Super Premiership last Saturday and Bunty Afoa, who started on the bench against Penrith, has been named to start at loose forward.

Brought onto the extended bench this week are props Charlie Gubb and Albert Vete as well as utility Tuimoala Lolohea

In their last home game against the Dragons, the Vodafone Warriors prevailed 26-10 at Mount Smart Stadium on May 1 last year to end a run of 11 consecutive losses to St George Illawarra dating back to 2008. When the two sides met in Sydney on March 26 this year, the Dragons won 26-12 on a day when Kieran Foran’s anticipated debut was put on hold after he was ruled out during the warm-up.

The Dragons have a 20-5 winning advantage in 25 encounters with the Vodafone Warriors with an 8-4 edge in 12 matches played in Auckland.
 
Tedster

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I'm absolutely stunned - i got nothing - he's taking the p isn't he and then rubbing salt into the already infected wound with adding lolouseless. :mad::mad::mad:
 

dean

It's like the public service, you can be as useless as you like and not get fired.
 
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rugged

rugged

Really annoyed about the forwards. Pleased that injuries have afforded CNk the chance to cement his spot
 
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1995Warriorsfan

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SK stated on Radio Sport that he hasn't yet confirmed his 13. So I suspect changes to his starting 13.
 
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HornbyBrown

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Seriously wtf. We needed to make big changes in the forwards. I'm stunned...
 
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