General YOUR 2022 WARRIORS TEAM

Who will partner SJ in 2022?

  • Chanel Harris-Tavita

  • Kodi Nikorima

  • Ash Taylor

  • Other - explain why in the thread


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davewjnz

davewjnz

No idea what Brown is thinking to be honest.
I would go for Ash and Shaun Johnson with Kodi on the bench to cover hooker and halfs
Remembering there is no Reece for round 1, the trial saw Chanel playing at fullback.
The Herald also reports Kodi could be played at fullback.
So who knows what Brown is thinking.
 
AlexM

AlexM

No he rushed up in defence out of sequence with the other defenders leading to line breaks down his edge. He also as a hooker made a pass to a dude one inch from the sideline who did well to catch it and then was bundled into touch causing a turn over. Finally as a hooker he kicked early in the tackle count on one occasion straight down the full backs throat which led to Storm getting good field position and nearly scoring on the next set.

I mean and are you including Kodi vs Grant in your post? Or just for the warriors?

If I am anti Kodi and you are rating Kodi ahead of Harry Grant then you must have a Kodi poster up on your wall. That is said light heartedly for humour. Just pulling your leg.
That try Garret Smith scored is pretty much all Kodi. Even the lead up play..
 
Sup42

Sup42

Contributor
Pretty serious with the Queen having Covid.

Wonder who gave that to her, such a well protected bubble and she gets it anyway.

Probably will have Paxlovid on board, plus monoclonal antibodies, vit D maybe Zinc, all the usual stiff for elite and wealthy patients.

Oxygen too. Steroids later if required.

I can't begin to imagine the social impacts if the Queen dies of Covid.
 
Wrighty

Wrighty

Pretty serious with the Queen having Covid.

Wonder who gave that to her, such a well protected bubble and she gets it anyway.

Probably will have Paxlovid on board, plus monoclonal antibodies, vit D maybe Zinc, all the usual stiff for elite and wealthy patients.

Oxygen too. Steroids later if required.

I can't begin to imagine the social impacts if the Queen dies of Covid.
The Queen doesn't play league and as such this post is off topic.
 
Wrighty

Wrighty

That try Garret Smith scored is pretty much all Kodi. Even the lead up play..
In my work as an analyst there is an ongoing debate about multi factor analysis vs reductionism analysis. Until recently I worked on national wide projects helping workplace health and safety. When a fatality occurs they reverse engineer the caustation factors to ensure we all learn from it and no one else has to die in the same way. As a best practice it is frowned upon academically in this field to land on one factor for the accident and instead for the accident investigation to yield a comprehensive report that describes usually 4 to 10 different intermingling factors. The advantage of this style of analysis is that it is more accurate, comprehensive, and reflects the complexities of accident dynamics better.
In other business settings which are typically internal to a company and as such the dynamics are conducted in a repeatable environment with more constants single factor analysis is better. It leads to a focused actionable remedy list that can be executed the following day. Whereas if you have 4 to 8 reasons the action steps will require prioritisation and possibly escalation to governance group with an options paper.
The warriors are in a repeatable environment where each NRL game has the same dynamics and same environment and as such single factor analysis is best.
I applied my mind after a number of losses last year and consistently found in 3 or 4 key games that Kodi was the key single reason all things considered why we lost.
I saw him have a hand in at least three tries on Saturday and he even looked quite slick in his involvement. I am too biased against him to recommend him for any position in our 17 this year in any game. But I am not so biased to concede that he played well on Saturday.
As I have said a coupe of times he could be as good as jahrome hughes if he reached his cieling. He just needs to drink a cup of self belief. All that said my single factor analysis says he was the root cause of our poor season last year and we will have another poor season if he plays even one game.
 
davewjnz

davewjnz

In my work as an analyst there is an ongoing debate about multi factor analysis vs reductionism analysis. Until recently I worked on national wide projects helping workplace health and safety. When a fatality occurs they reverse engineer the caustation factors to ensure we all learn from it and no one else has to die in the same way. As a best practice it is frowned upon academically in this field to land on one factor for the accident and instead for the accident investigation to yield a comprehensive report that describes usually 4 to 10 different intermingling factors. The advantage of this style of analysis is that it is more accurate, comprehensive, and reflects the complexities of accident dynamics better.
In other business settings which are typically internal to a company and as such the dynamics are conducted in a repeatable environment with more constants single factor analysis is better. It leads to a focused actionable remedy list that can be executed the following day. Whereas if you have 4 to 8 reasons the action steps will require prioritisation and possibly escalation to governance group with an options paper.
The warriors are in a repeatable environment where each NRL game has the same dynamics and same environment and as such single factor analysis is best.
I applied my mind after a number of losses last year and consistently found in 3 or 4 key games that Kodi was the key single reason all things considered why we lost.
I saw him have a hand in at least three tries on Saturday and he even looked quite slick in his involvement. I am too biased against him to recommend him for any position in our 17 this year in any game. But I am not so biased to concede that he played well on Saturday.
As I have said a coupe of times he could be as good as jahrome hughes if he reached his cieling. He just needs to drink a cup of self belief. All that said my single factor analysis says he was the root cause of our poor season last year and we will have another poor season if he plays even one game.
Pretty sure couple has an L in there aye.. 🤔

LOL , seriously though, codi would have less weight to carry this year than he did last year
And what a spine he would make at 9, Ash Shaun Johnson and Young Gun at fullback.
New year, new recruits, hopefully better results
We shall see...
 
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Gizzyfan

Gizzyfan

Judging by reports and the trial I think they will go.

1. Chanel Harris-Tavita
2. Dallin Watene-Zelezniak
3. Pompey
4. Berry
5. Montoya
6. Nikorima
7. Johnson
8. Addin Fonua-Blake
9. Egan
10. Afoa
11. Aitken
12. Katoa
13. Curran
14. Tevaga
15. Pene
16. Ben Murdoch-Masila
17. Sironan

That’s decent considering you’re missing Walsh and Lodge!

Pretty close I reckon, maybe Vailea or Arthurs for Pompey. The other one is whether Browny will want Curren on an edge, which could seel Jazz promoted and Katoa to the bench.
 
Sup42

Sup42

Contributor
I just think these teams look so much better balanced with aitken in the centers
It makes no sense. The only experienced specialist center at the club.

Add to that the change of body shape and training and you lose the speed they wanted him to bring to the pack.

Browns dumbest move....I guess every coach is allowed a dumb move once.
 
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