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Cowboys

Warriors
Queensland Country Bank Stadium
19 Aug 2022 08:00PM

# Player Player #
1 S.Drinkwater R.Walsh 1
2 K.Feldt D.Watene-Zelezniak 2
3 V.Holmes V.Vailea 3
4 P.Hiku M.Montoya 4
5 M.Taulagi E.Kosi 5
6 T.Dearden D.Asi 6
7 C.Townsend S.Johnson 7
8 J.McLean A.Fonua-Blake 8
9 R.Robson W.Egan 9
10 R.Cotter T.Harris 10
12 J.Nanai E.Aitken 11
13 J.Taumalolo J.Murchie 12
14 H.Tabuai-Fidow B.Afoa 13
15 L.Leilua F.Lussick 14
16 C.Hess T.Ale 15
17 G.Neame E.Katoa 16
18 J.Taunoa-Brown J.Curran 17
20 J.Granville D.Lui 20

Look mate it's simple, Ed kosi is improving at an exponential rate based on number of games played and that is actually still bugger all.

No Warriors juniors.

No years in Reggies till this year.

No development in otherwords
Hate to burst your bubble mate but Kosi has been with the club since 2018, played 22 games of Jersey Flegg, made his NSW Cup debut in 2019 & featured 9 times for Redcliffe in 2021.
Not that long ago I thought he was a reliable back up right Wing for the club but should never feature on the left again after one of the worst games by a Winger in the NRL era. I've got egg on my face as he's put in credible performances on the left side since but considering he still carries the ball under his right arm when playing on the left side he continues to give me the sense he'll provide either rocks & diamonds in any given game
 

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Hate to burst your bubble mate but Kosi has been with the club since 2018, played 22 games of Jersey Flegg, made his NSW Cup debut in 2019 & featured 9 times for Redcliffe in 2021.
Not that long ago I thought he was a reliable back up right Wing for the club but should never feature on the left again after one of the worst games by a Winger in the NRL era. I've got egg on my face as he's put in credible performances on the left side since but considering he still carries the ball under his right arm when playing on the left side he continues to give me the sense he'll provide either rocks & diamonds in any given game
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The last time we won back to back was against the Cowboys all those months ago (pre-70 point demoralisation), and given we definitely can't make the 8 and have the chance to be spoilers for the top 2 in their run towards the finals, before we have our own Wooden Spoon Grand Final against the Titans....

We'll probably still lose, but I like patterns and a win here would be pretty nice #keepthoseexpectationsniceandlow 😅
 

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We have been allocated another group of top rated officials for the game- Butler as ref (same guy as last week) and Mrs K Badger in the bunker with Raymond and Morel as TJs

The TJs are so well known that they can’t find photos of them yet!!!!
Having done some checking under Butler

2022 Played 2 Won 2 Won both penaly counts 8-7, 6-5 and 6agains were shared in both games 2-2, 3-3
 
Not sure about Bunty starting but I get why, if you're bringing Ale back so early after such a long injury lay-off you don't want to risk overloading him but five minutes isn't really enough either.

Would like to see us bump those minutes up again this week, enough for him to have an impact on the game at least otherwise use Frei and give him another half a game in Cup.
 
Hate to burst your bubble mate but Kosi has been with the club since 2018, played 22 games of Jersey Flegg, made his NSW Cup debut in 2019 & featured 9 times for Redcliffe in 2021.
Not that long ago I thought he was a reliable back up right Wing for the club but should never feature on the
Hate to burst your bubble mate but Kosi has been with the club since 2018, played 22 games of Jersey Flegg, made his NSW Cup debut in 2019 & featured 9 times for Redcliffe in 2021.
Not that long ago I thought he was a reliable back up right Wing for the club but should never feature on the left again after one of the worst games by a Winger in the NRL era. I've got egg on my face as he's put in credible performances on the left side since but considering he still carries the ball under his right arm when playing on the left side he continues to give me the sense he'll provide either rocks & diamonds in any given game
All good bro, i didnt know that the articles I read emphasized his Cinderella man history.

In 2018 he was an adult, unlike a 14 yo Vatuvei brought into this system.

What I see in Kosi is a humble man, a footballer not an athlete like Manu and Fusitua....Kosi actually likes hitting people, unlike those camera Savvy Tongans.

In a way it is an indictment on this club that it took this long to develop a guy that defends better than Manu and Fusitua combined, a guy who is bigger and Faster than Fusitua and stronger.

Basically someone who will reign hell fire if they put Dylan Walker on his inside.


Like I said, he is going to be a Warrior great with the right backline configuration because he is a footballer with an insane combination of big hits, running power, and speed.

To me it is bloody obvious. You have to ignore the lapses this year due to lack of experience and understand the full package.


Btw I have been pushing Dallin Watene-Zelezniak and Montoya too....those chickens have come home to roost.


Berry is a bloody nobody with lots of union fannoi bias.
 
All good bro, i didnt know that the articles I read emphasized his Cinderella man history.

In 2018 he was an adult, unlike a 14 yo Vatuvei brought into this system.

What I see in Kosi is a humble man, a footballer not an athlete like Manu and Fusitua....Kosi actually likes hitting people, unlike those camera Savvy Tongans.

In a way it is an indictment on this club that it took this long to develop a guy that defends better than Manu and Fusitua combined, a guy who is bigger and Faster than Fusitua and stronger.

Basically someone who will reign hell fire if they put Dylan Walker on his inside.


Like I said, he is going to be a Warrior great with the right backline configuration because he is a footballer with an insane combination of big hits, running power, and speed.

To me it is bloody obvious.
Funnily enough footballer isn't the first thing that comes to my mind when I think of Kosi what you described is basically an athlete
 
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Funnily enough footballer isn't the first thing that comes to my mind when I think of Kosi what you described is basically an athlete
No. Athletes don't make spot tackles.

What makes me laugh bro is the same clowns laughing at my Kosi read, laughed at my Montoya read, same haters who can only see one game at a time, they swing hot and cold coz they can't see the forrest for the trees.They laughed at my positive Dallin Watene-Zelezniak posts....but yeah they stfu on those two as they will on Kosi. Coz Kosi is of the same Ilk....all three try their guts out which makes them worth 10 Warriors.

Only real rugby league footballers make big hits because they are hard men. The salt of this sport, the dna of 100 years of smash that seperates League from union. The very type of players the Warriors should learn to scout.
 
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No. Athletes don't make spot tackles.

What makes me laugh bro is the same clowns laughing at my Kosi read, laughed at my Montoya read, same haters who can only see one game at a time, they swing hot and cold coz they can't see the forrest for the trees.ntoya posts, they laughed at my positive Dallin Watene-Zelezniak posts....but yeah they stfu on those two as they will on Kosi. Coz Kosi is of the same Ilk....all three try their guts out which makes them worth 10 Warriors.
Not sure exactly who you are referring too but being someone laughing at your Kosi posts I can assure you I have always been a fan of Montoya and Dallin Watene-Zelezniak once they showed what they are like in a warriors jersey. We were all sceptical at the time of the signings, that was a huge majority