General Warriors ISP NSW Cup 2018

gREVUS

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I can see how the stats give that impression, watching the game however told a slightly different story.

Not saying Vete was bad, he started the game and held his own but when Satae came on the opposition had tougher time bringing him down particularly when he steps inside and run's a line directly behind the ruck into the drain which he favor's

The only other thing I'd mention is the stat sheet says points 4 which doesn't tell how he charged 20 meters collecting opposition defenders as he went before crashing over for a beast of a try.

He was a standout I thought as was Gelling who was in everything.
thanks, i know stats give a unreal impression of what is actually happening so i wanted a real opinion rather than just stats
 

Viking

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Apr 12, 2012
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really? Vetes post contact meters were better, with less over all running meters, he made more tackles and dummy runs and was only on the field 2 minutes longer. So i am assuming that you think Satae got a faster play in the tackle?
Satae hits the ball up a bit faster, Vete wouldn't have scored if he'd taken that same run that Satae did to score. Stats are good indication and a nice read but watching the game, that's my take on it.
 

mt.wellington

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ISP team out for 15th round
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Tue 12 Jun 2018, 04:23 PM

Halfback Mason Lino and fullback Hayze Perham return for the Vodafone Warriors’ 15th-round Intrust Super Premiership encounter with the Newcastle Knights at McDonald Jones Stadium on Sunday (11.45am local time; 1.45pm NZT).

The Vodafone Warriors are coming off the bye round after their best performance of the season, a 36-6 won over Wentworthville in round 13.

INTRUST SUPER PREMIERSHIP
VODAFONE WARRIORS v NEWCASTLE KNIGHTS
11.45am, Sunday, June 17
McDonald Jones Stadium, Newcastle

1 HAYZE PERHAM
2 COLE WAAKA
3 BLAKE AYSHFORD
4 ANTHONY GELLING
5 JOHNNY TUIVASA-SHECK
6 TEVIN ARONA
7 MASON LINO (c)
8 LIGI SAO
9 SAM COOK
10 ALBERT VETE
11 MATIU LOVE-HENRY
12 JOSEPH VUNA
13 JAMES BELL (c)

14 REECE CHARLIE
15 KING VUNIYAYAWA
16 PATRICK SIPLEY
17 PAEA MANUKIA

COACH | JOHN TEINA

https://www.warriors.kiwi/news/2018/06/12/isp-and-jersey-flegg-teams-out-for-15th-round/
 
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Sup42

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May 7, 2012
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FWIW, I've heard VERY positive things from deep within the club about Hayze. Specifically, that he's "tough, resilient, not phased, hard-working, a good listener, and a great learner". Apparently, he walks a little on the "wild side", but contrasts that by being the ultimate young teammate. Big things are expected of him.
That is good to hear thanks.
He is a cocky lil fullah....that comes across in the Sky Docco.
 

playdaball

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Apr 23, 2012
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That is good to hear thanks.
He is a cocky lil fullah....that comes across in the Sky Docco.

Chews chewing gum on the field and in post Match interviews.

I only saw the last 12 months s on TV but Vete like looked pretty good.
 
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mt.wellington

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Pauga returns from ACL injury
warriors.kiwi
Tue 26 Jun 2018, 03:39 PM

Junior Pauga is in line to make his first appearance for the Vodafone Warriors Intrust Super Premiership this year after being named for Saturday's clash with table-topping Mounties at Mt Smart Stadium.

Pauga, who suffered an ACL injury during last year's ISP finals series, will start in the centres while Ligi Sao (Samoa) and King Vuniyayawa (Fiji) have also been named to play after making their respective representative debuts last weekend.

The Vodafone Warriors will head into the match in fifth place on the ISP ladder.

Kick off is at 3pm and entry is free to all patrons through Gate B.

INTRUST SUPER PREMIERSHIP

Vodafone Warriors v Mounties
Mount Smart Stadium, Auckland
3pm, Saturday, June 30, 2018

1 Hayze Perham
2 Charnze Nicoll-Klokstad
3 Blake Ayshford
4 Joe Vuna
5 Junior Pauga
6 Chanel Harris-Tavita
7 Tevin Arona
8 Sam Lisone
9 James Bell ©
10 Albert Vete
11 Matiu Love-Henry
12 King Vuniyayawa
13 Ligi Sao

14 Tom Ale
15 Paea Manukia
16 Patrick Sipley
17 Reece Charlie

https://www.warriors.kiwi/news/2018/06/26/pauga-returns-from-acl-injury/
 
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mt.wellington

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INTRUST SUPER PREMIERSHIP

Vodafone Warriors stop competition leaders
Jamie Wall NSWRL.com.au
Sat 30 Jun 2018, 03:25 PM

Leading the Intrust Super Premiership NSW heading into Round 16, Mounties have been relegated to second position following a 24-20 loss to the Warriors in Auckland.

The Warriors welcomed back the influential Chanel Harris-Tavita, who missed their scratchy win over cellar-dwellers Newcastle with injury. Blake Ayshford filled the void of Anthony Gelling, who turned out for the Warriors' NRL outfit in Round 16.

Meanwhile, Mounties were missing their prolific winger Mikaele Ravalawa, who has scored 11 tries this season.

Both sides kept it tight off the kick-off, however it was the Warriors who got the first real chance after seven minutes when some dominant defence forced a line drop out from Mounties. Although Joseph Vuna got close off the ensuing set, they ultimately couldn't make it count.

Mounties then marched straight down the field and won a penalty on the Warriors' goal line, which resulted in a simple try under the posts to prop Royce Hunt. Sitiveni Moceidreke converted and instead of resting on their laurels, Mounties made the Warriors pay for slack discipline again.

A sweeping set from the kick-off saw Sam Williams get some great front-foot ball, allowing him to pop a beautiful kick over the defensive line for former Warrior Omar Slaimankhel to grab and score in the corner.

After that one-two punch combo, the Warriors picked themselves off the canvas to score next with a very slick try to Charnze Nicoll-Klokstad. Mounties gifted the Warriors two penalties in a row, which meant that Mason Lino and Ayshford could combine to send their winger over by the right-hand corner flag.

Harris-Tavita's deadly boot saw the Warriors cut the deficit to four after 25 minutes.

By now the momentum was firmly with the home side, and a Mounties handling error gave them another shot at the line. This time Ayshford did it himself, running a perfect line off a Lino pass to score 10 metres in from touch on the same side.

Harris-Tavita suffered a nasty high shot five minutes before halftime. It knocked the five eighth out of the game and off to the dentist, and robbed the Warriors of their first-choice goal kicker.

It didn't stop them from coming out firing after halftime, with Karl Lawton scoring from close range in the 46th minute. They then extended the lead to 14 after Nicoll-Klokstad swooped on an errant Mounties pass, picking up the ball and galloping 70 metres to score under the posts.

Mounties were far from done though, and exploited some space on the right edge to send Jordan Martin over. Although he ran the try around close to the posts, Moceidreke clanked the conversion off the upright.

The 24-14 scoreline set up a tense final 20 minutes, but both sides took turns bombing opportunities at either end. The pressure was on Mounties to cook something up on attack, and again it was the boot of Williams that paid dividends. His kick along the deck bounced into Slaimankhel's hands again, and then he relieved Moceidreke of the goal kicking duties to make it a four-point game with three minutes to go.

Off the kick-off, a huge run by Ed Murphy moved Mounties into the Warriors' red zone, however they couldn't convert this last chance into points. The Warriors ran out the clock for a very tough win at home, and valuable competition points.

The Warriors move over the Auckland Harbour Bridge next weekend, when they host Wentworthville at QBE Stadium on the North Shore. Mounties will be looking to get back on track at Belmore where they take on the Bulldogs.

WARRIORS 24 (C Nicoll-Klokstad 2 B Ayshford K Lawton tries Harris-Tavita 2 M Lino 2 goals) bt MOUNTIES 20 (O Slaimankhel 2 R Hunt J Martin tries S Moceidreke S Williams goals)

https://www.warriors.kiwi/news/2018/06/30/vodafone-warriors-stop-competition-leaders/
 
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Boats n Hoes

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Some background on Tom Ale. Also check out the halves combo in the tournament team
https://www.collegesportmedia.co.nz/rugby-league/hail-ale-tom-wins-national-league-mvp

Dont know why he's named at number 8 in that tournament team cause he's not a prop but Selestino Ravutaumada has been KILLING it at fullback for Rotorua Boys this year.

He's the one to watch from this year's lot with rugby and League franchises already sniffing. SERIOUS speed and been carving up, a shitload faster than Hayze. Hope he's on the radar.
 
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Dont know why he's named at number 8 in that tournament team cause he's not a prop but Selestino Ravutaumada has been KILLING it at fullback for Rotorua Boys this year.

He's the one to watch from this year's lot with rugby and League franchises already sniffing. SERIOUS speed and been carving up, a shitload faster than Hayze. Hope he's on the radar.

What do you think is Ale's best position? watched him play prop for NZ secondary schools vs NSW where he dominated, of course that was a whole different level to playing in the middle against grown men.
 

mt.wellington

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Team named for ISP
Richard Becht & Photosport.nz
Wed 4 Jul 2018, 05:41 PM
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A fourth straight win is on offer for the Vodafone Warriors when they host Wentworthville in their 17th-round Intrust Super Premiership clash at QBE North Harbour Stadium on Saturday (1.00pm kick-off).

Their impressive 24-20 victory over the competition-leading Mounties last week has them sharing third spot on 20 points (fifth on points for and against), just three behind new leader Penrith, with the Mounties now second on 22 points.

The Vodafone Warriors have been on the charge over the last month.

Since their narrow 18-20 12th-round loss to the Blacktown Workers Sea Eagles they’ve harvested eight points by beating Wentworthville 36-6 in Sydney, collecting two points from a bye in round 14 and then beating Newcastle 22-18 away as well as the Mounties last week.

The Magpies have had a wretched time this season, sitting 11th on the table above only Newcastle with a 5-10 record. They come to Auckland after losing 24-50 to Newtown last weekend.

Hunting their 10th win of the season, the Vodafone Warriors have had a gain and two losses on the selection merry-go-round. They’ve regained centre Anthony Gelling, who was on NRL duty against Cronulla last week, but their best forward against the Mounties – Ligi Sao – has been called into the NRL side this week and Joseph Vuna is listed as 18th man (not named in the ISP squad). Pat Sipley replaces Sao in the front row.

INTRUST SUPER PREMIERSHIP
VODAFONE WARRIORS v WENTWORTHVILLE MAGPIES
1.00pm, Saturday, July 7
QBE North Harbour Stadium, Auckland

1 HAYZE PERHAM
2 CHARNZE NICOLL-KLOKSTAD
3 BLAKE AYSHFORD
4 ANTHONY GELLING
5 JUNIOR PAUGA
6 CHANEL HARRIS-TAVITA
7 MASON LINO (c)
8 PAT SIPLEY
9 KARL LAWTON
10 SAM LISONE
11 MATIU LOVE-HENRY
12 KING VUNIYAYAWA
13 JAMES BELL (c)

14 SAM COOK
15 PAEA MANUKIA
16 TOM ALE
17 REECE CHARLIE
18 TEVIN ARONA

COACH | JOHN TEINA

https://www.warriors.kiwi/news/2018/07/04/teams-named-for-isp-and-jersey-flegg-cup/
 

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