Pick Your Team Pick Your Team 2019 Rnd 18- Warriors vs Sharks

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1995Warriorsfan

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Pick Your Team 2019 Rnd 18- Warriors vs Sharks

After the Round 17 game against the Broncos at Suncorp Stadium do you want to see any changes for the Round 18 game against the Sharks at Westpac Stadium?

Promotions?
Demotions?
Any new injury concerns?
Any returning players?
Any tweaks to the bench?

Discuss...
 
WellingtonOrca

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Who are the ISP centres, surely some young gun worth a crack, Beale offers a big fat nothing IMO

Perham and Ayshford. We all know what the latter offers, but Perham hasn't really served up much so far. The 6 games now since he switched to centre he's had 0 tries and 0 assists.
 
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Tedster

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Perham and Ayshford. We all know what the latter offers, but Perham hasn't really served up much so far. The 6 games now since he switched to centre he's had 0 tries and 0 assists.
Thats the problem, no one knocking on the door to displace Beale who really is very average. I liked the looks of Perham from a few games earlier in the year, seems to have a bit of flair about him but like others seemed to gone off the boil. :-(
 
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Wellington Warrior

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Cronulla could be without Shaun Johnson for his return across the ditch to take on his former club after he injured an ankle in the Sharks’ loss to Melbourne. The Daily Telegraph reports he left Victoria in a moon boot. With a short turnaround, hamstring injuries are expected to rule Josh Dugan and Wade Graham out, while Paul Gallen (glute) Josh Morris (broken nose) and Matt Moylan (also hamstring) will face a race to be fit for the game in Wellington and to fill the fullback role. For the Warriors, Lachlan Burr (groin) and Ken Maumalo (concussion) will undergo checks to see if they can play.
 
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Off The Bench

Off The Bench

Cronulla could be without Shaun Johnson for his return across the ditch to take on his former club after he injured an ankle in the Sharks’ loss to Melbourne. The Daily Telegraph reports he left Victoria in a moon boot. With a short turnaround, hamstring injuries are expected to rule Josh Dugan and Wade Graham out, while Paul Gallen (glute) Josh Morris (broken nose) and Matt Moylan (also hamstring) will face a race to be fit for the game in Wellington and to fill the fullback role. For the Warriors, Lachlan Burr (groin) and Ken Maumalo (concussion) will undergo checks to see if they can play.
Let's see us try an lose this one .
Shit we might get a golden run into the finals
We have had luck go our way .lately
That would make me laugh .If SK fluked his way in.
 
Sledge

Sledge

Why are you guys still rocking the Dale Cherry Evans avatar? Surely you can’t like it?
 
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Sledge

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If we beat Cronulla this weekend we will go ahead of them on the table, owww, shame, shame. Shame cuz (Jimi Jackson saying)
 
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Mr Bob

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If we beat Cronulla this weekend we will go ahead of them on the table, owww, shame, shame. Shame cuz (Jimi Jackson saying)

we have a reasonable chance of winning this game

Sharks are in disarray at the moment and injuries haven’t helped.

They’re good for the taking if we can get our shit together

Big IF
 
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matiunz

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Oh this again?
Doesn’t really matter who the puck does it?
 
Bushman

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What ever AK has done, he done it well, warriors down a center and goal kicker, he'd cover both, Beale ain't exactly setting the world on fire
 
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