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NRL 2019 Round 10 - Panthers vs Warriors TEAM LIST


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NZWF Official thread for the 2019 Round 10 Warriors team list and discussion...

The official team list will be posted as soon as it becomes available...
 
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Vodafone Warriors head coach Stephen Kearney has retained an unchanged playing squad for Friday night’s 10th-round NRL match against Penrith at Panthers Stadium in Sydney (6.00pm kick-off local time; 8.00pm NZT).

Of the top 17 named, hooker Nate Roache (back), second rower Tohu Harris (knee) and utility forward Jazz Tevaga (foot) weren’t on the field this morning as the team trained for the first time since Saturday night’s memorable 26-18 Magic Round victory over St George Illawarra.

However, Kearney is hopeful all three will come through training this week to take their places in a side which scored 20 unanswered second half points to beat the Dragons at Suncorp Stadium.

The clash against the Dragons was the first time since the opening round of the season that the Vodafone Warriors had lined up as originally named 1-17.

This week’s selection leaves the club’s two most experienced players – Adam Blair and Issac Luke – among the four players on the extended bench along with Gerard Beale and Chanel Harris-Tavita.

Blair’s anticipated 300th career appearance is set to be pushed out another week should the originally selected 17 take the field on Friday. He’s on 297 games at the moment.

The Vodafone Warriors head to Penrith on Thursday after putting together an impressive second half against the Dragons, one in which they failed to complete just one set (17 from 18) and ran at 91 per cent for the match (30 from 33 sets).

The outside backs scored all four tries in the second spell, left centre Peta Hiku with two and wings Ken Maumalo and David Fusitua with one each. Maumalo now has seven tries in the first nine rounds, already level with the best return he’s had in a season (seven in 23 games in 2017).

The Vodafone Warriors are 12th on the ladder on six points while the Panthers are 15th on four points after a 4-30 defeat by the Wests Tigers last Friday night, their fifth loss on end.

The Panthers enjoy a handy 24-17 winning advantage over the Vodafone Warriors in 42 matches between the two clubs (with one draw) since 1995. At home, Penrith has a 13-7 edge with one draw and hasn’t lost to the Vodafone Warriors at Panthers Stadium since 2012.

Seven of the last nine meetings have ended in Penrith victories, the only two exceptions coming at Mount Smart Stadium last year and in 2016.

The last time the teams met Penrith prevailed in 27-12 in the week one finals encounter at ANZ Stadium last September.
 
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Makasene

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I've been a very harsh critic of Kearney's having been a big supporter for a long time.

This brings a smile to my dile.

All men are capable and worthy of redemption.

Many people put his outburst down to pressure which I don't disagree with. Maybe that pressure has forced him to examine his approach to who he picks.

Good to see him rewarding form. A step in the right direction.
 
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VODAFONE WARRIORS v PENRITH PANTHERS
6.00pm, Friday, May 17, 2019
Panthers Stadium, Penrith

VODAFONE WARRIORS
1 Roger Tuivasa-Sheck (c)
2 David Fusitua
3 Peta Hiku
4 Patrick Herbert
5 Ken Maumalo
6 Kodi Nikorima
7 Blake Green
8 Agnatius Paasi
9 Nathaniel Roache
10 Leeson Ah Mau
11 Isaiah Papalii
12 Tohu Harris
13 Lachlan Burr

Interchange:
14 Jazz Tevaga
15 Bunty Afoa
16 Ligi Sao
17 Karl Lawton
18 Gerard Beale
20 Chanel Harris-Tavita
22 Issac Luke
23 Adam Blair

Head Coach Stephen Kearney
if everyone is good to go..same 17 as last week is fine by me
 
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The Truth

Wonder if Kearney has figured a few things out. Maybe Smith has been giving him a bit of constructive criticism?
Everybody makes mistakes, not everyone learns from them.
 
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Fazz

Fazz

I feel like it’s a guarantee we will see Luke and Blair in the 17. Luke I can deal with since a light breeze touched glass boy, but putting Blair in immediately when his form has been roundly criticised, he got himself suspended like an idiot AND his replacement did well in a win sends a horrible message to the playing group.

“Don’t worry about form. I’ve picked my team and I won’t bidge regardless of how well you do”

Imagine the lack of motivation that will cover the club like a plague ... again
 
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Samo

Samo

This must have been what Smith was writing on his clipboard on Saturday night...
 
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rugged

rugged

6 day turn around, am picking that Luke will play ahead of Roache. A chance Roache may have a serious injury but even if it is just a niggle he probably needs the week off. Will be happy enough as long as Lawton gets more than 20 minutes. He looked sharp from the get go last week and Kearney's still hooked him after 13 minutes. It was only the fact that Roache got injured that enabled him to make that key bust.
 
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dantheman

Did not expect to see Blair not named, fucking stoked that big Ligi gets another chance to prove himself. Get after it boys
 
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Vodafone Warriors head coach Stephen Kearney has retained an unchanged playing squad for Friday night’s 10th-round NRL match against Penrith at Panthers Stadium in Sydney (6.00pm kick-off local time; 8.00pm NZT).

Of the top 17 named, hooker Nate Roache (back), second rower Tohu Harris (knee) and utility forward Jazz Tevaga (foot) weren’t on the field this morning as the team trained for the first time since Saturday night’s memorable 26-18 Magic Round victory over St George Illawarra.

However, Kearney is hopeful all three will come through training this week to take their places in a side which scored 20 unanswered second half points to beat the Dragons at Suncorp Stadium.

The clash against the Dragons was the first time since the opening round of the season that the Vodafone Warriors had lined up as originally named 1-17.

This week’s selection leaves the club’s two most experienced players – Adam Blair and Issac Luke – among the four players on the extended bench along with Gerard Beale and Chanel Harris-Tavita.

Blair’s anticipated 300th career appearance is set to be pushed out another week should the originally selected 17 take the field on Friday. He’s on 297 games at the moment.

The Vodafone Warriors head to Penrith on Thursday after putting together an impressive second half against the Dragons, one in which they failed to complete just one set (17 from 18) and ran at 91 per cent for the match (30 from 33 sets).

The outside backs scored all four tries in the second spell, left centre Peta Hiku with two and wings Ken Maumalo and David Fusitua with one each. Maumalo now has seven tries in the first nine rounds, already level with the best return he’s had in a season (seven in 23 games in 2017).

The Vodafone Warriors are 12th on the ladder on six points while the Panthers are 15th on four points after a 4-30 defeat by the Wests Tigers last Friday night, their fifth loss on end.

The Panthers enjoy a handy 24-17 winning advantage over the Vodafone Warriors in 42 matches between the two clubs (with one draw) since 1995. At home, Penrith has a 13-7 edge with one draw and hasn’t lost to the Vodafone Warriors at Panthers Stadium since 2012.

Seven of the last nine meetings have ended in Penrith victories, the only two exceptions coming at Mount Smart Stadium last year and in 2016.

The last time the teams met Penrith prevailed in 27-12 in the week one finals encounter at ANZ Stadium last September.

Lawton made all the difference last week.- He sparked the team and definitely gave them go forward, Before he came on they were a waste of space and looked lost.. He did the same last year when he played.. make Luke earn his spot, as he sure as hell hasnt this year..
 
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Makasene

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I feel like it’s a guarantee we will see Luke and Blair in the 17. Luke I can deal with since a light breeze touched glass boy, but putting Blair in immediately when his form has been roundly criticised, he got himself suspended like an idiot AND his replacement did well in a win sends a horrible message to the playing group.

“Don’t worry about form. I’ve picked my team and I won’t bidge regardless of how well you do”

Imagine the lack of motivation that will cover the club like a plague ... again

Kearney was interviewed on One News and made it clear he was picking on form.

He pretty much alluded that Luke would be their for injury only.

Based on what he said I would say the same applies to Blair.... Hopefully
 
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Aman

Aman

Glad Roach doesn't have career ending injury but man how do you trust that body.
 
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