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01 Jan 1970 12:00PM
1. Dylan EDWARDS - sponsored by Lendcorp
2. Josh MANSOUR - sponsored by Daily Press
3. Isaah YEO - sponsored by Volvo Cars Penrith
4. Brent NADEN - sponsored by AMA Event Management
5. Brian TO'O - sponsored by Fornari's Interior Linings
6. Jarome LUAI - sponsored by Soneta Plumbing
7. James MALONEY - sponsored by Tuff Mouthguards
8. James TAMOU (c) - sponsored by Signace
9. Mitch KENNY - sponsored by Hertz
10. James FISHER-HARRIS - sponsored by HIX Group
11. Viliame KIKAU - sponsored by Zoo Fitness
12. Frank WINTERSTEIN - sponsored by Chemtools
13. Liam MARTIN - sponsored by Stylus Blinds
14. Wayde EGAN - sponsored by Chardon & Abbott Home Loans
15. Reagan CAMPBELL-GILLARD - sponsored by Protech Locksmiths
16. Moses LEOTA - sponsored by Potter Automotive
17. Hame SELE - sponsored by Bidfood
18. Kaide ELLIS - sponsored by CETNAJ Wetherill Park/Rouse Hill
19. Malakai WATENE-ZELEZNIAK - sponsored by Worldwide Parramatta
20. Sione KATOA - sponsored by Fantastic Framing
21. Dean WHARE - sponsored by Brightside Music
At all the local games the team players sponsors are announced.
Those are nice stats.I was looking at some stats and ended up putting the 2019 winning percentages for each player into a sheet.
Here's the team that was that was named with their winning % and games played.
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I thought it was pretty interesting.
Stats source: Rugby League Project
- Beale yet to take part in a win
- Luke with only 2 wins from 10 games
- Sao on top with 3 wins from 4 (the loss was 2-8 vs Brisbane)
- Lawton with decent success (4W & 2L, vs Brisbane 2-8 & Melbourne 10-32)
- One 'big name' in the starting lineup with a record that sticks out as well below par
- You can't see it on this sheet but Afoa's magic number is #15, with 4 wins out of 5 (loss to Melbourne 10-32).
Edit: I also tried to put together a team based on best winning percentages, but it fell apart when it came to the back row. It's obvious to everyone here that the back row is weak, but I found it interesting that the stats completely back that up too.
It would make sense putting a big body on the right edge in front of Kikau, which would be a good spot to rotate him in at, particularly since the Panthers play left and right halves, all their attack will be through Maloney and Kikau down that channel.He'll get 10-15minutes in the front row most likely, won't have much of a chance.