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    NRL Telstra Premiership: Round Seven

    Thursday, April 19

    Bulldogs v Roosters, ANZ Stadium, 21.50NZT

    Friday, April 20

    Warriors v Dragons, Mt Smart Stadium, 20.00NZT

    Broncos v Storm, Suncorp Stadium, 21.50NZT

    Saturday, April 21

    Rabbitohs v Raiders, Central Coast Stadium, 17.00NZT

    Wests Tigers v Knights, Scully Park, Tamworth, 19.30NZT

    Cowboys v Titans, 1300SMILES Stadium, 21.30NZT

    Sunday, April 22

    Eels v Sea Eagles, ANZ Stadium, 16.00NZT

    Sharks v Panthers, Southern Cross Group Stadium, 18.10NZT

    TIPZ
    Roosters 1-12
    Dragons 1-12
    Storm 1-12
    Rabbitohs 1-12
    Tigers 1-12
    Cowboys 13+
    Sea Eagles 1-12
    Panthers 1-12

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    Warriors to slay the Dragons. You heard it here first

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    Kata and Pulu out,

    I guess Gelling or CNK will play and Ice or Sao.

    Lino has been playing solid in the NSW cup. I think he's definitely the future. Hope he gets more NRL games.

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    Well we will see what SK is really made of as a coach tomorrow

    The standard play is to pick Gelling who probably trains hard,, has a good attitude, but looked atrocious on Saturday.
    The gamble is to go with someone else at centre such as Fusitoa which causes more rijjiging of the backline than just bringing in Gelling.

    I think he will go with Gelling as why did he sign Gelling in the first place if he was never going to play him, plus he must like the guy as he has picked him in the 17 for a few games now.

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    Please don't take Fus off the wing.

    If Beale can't go then all good just giving Gelling a chance or bring Ayshford back. Or put CNK at centre. You could even put Tohu at centre and Ice in the second row.

    Fus looks one of the premier wings in the comp let him stay there.

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    hope warriors do well, pretty wicked a friday night game

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    wrighty wrote:
    Well we will see what SK is really made of as a coach tomorrow

    The standard play is to pick Gelling who probably trains hard,, has a good attitude, but looked atrocious on Saturday.
    The gamble is to go with someone else at centre such as Fusitoa which causes more rijjiging of the backline than just bringing in Gelling.

    I think he will go with Gelling as why did he sign Gelling in the first place if he was never going to play him, plus he must like the guy as he has picked him in the 17 for a few games now.
    That'd be the biggest mistake ever taking Fus off the wing.

    It'd have to be either Gelling or CNK. But I don't think CNK or Gelling has the defence or speed to match dufty.
    It's gonna be a difficult game for the warriors.

    Oh and Ayshford is out with a back injury.

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    ROGER TUIVASA-SHECK (c)
    DAVID FUSITU’A
    PETA HIKU
    SOLOMONE KATA
    KEN MAUMALO
    BLAKE GREEN
    SHAUN JOHNSON
    BUNTY AFOA
    ISSAC LUKE
    AGNATIUS PAASI
    SIMON MANNERING
    TOHU HARRIS
    ADAM BLAIR
    Interchange:

    14. JAZZ TEVAGA
    15. SAM LISONE
    16. ALBERT VETE
    17. ANTHONY GELLING

    We won’t win with gelling & Tevaga on the bench imo

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    what do you make of Albert Vete Doggzilla?

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    Jazz plays vital part.

    Hooker/2RF combo can cover to places incase something happens.

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    wrighty wrote:
    what do you make of Albert Vete Doggzilla?
    Was pretty excited about him to begin with but hasn't taken the jump that we'd have hoped. In saying that, that's basically the story for a number of Warriors so I'm keen to see how he goes after the Corvo treatment because he has a lot of potential with the big body and the offload. Maybe if he's been Corvofied and in this more freewheeling approach we'll see the best of him.

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    DOGZILLA wrote:
    Was pretty excited about him to begin with but hasn't taken the jump that we'd have hoped. In saying that, that's basically the story for a number of Warriors so I'm keen to see how he goes after the Corvo treatment because he has a lot of potential with the big body and the offload. Maybe if he's been Corvofied and in this more freewheeling approach we'll see the best of him.
    Did he have an offload?
    he kind of reminds of reuben wiki.
    Just a hardnosed runner type.
    Never rated him as much as I did of Matulino.

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    Seems like Wednesday is a quiet night for league developments

    Friday or Saturday is game day
    Sunday is a time of reflection and game chatter
    Monday you learn the extent of injuries
    Tuesday the team list comes out and you can see who will be starting or potentially be starting
    Wednesday nothing
    Thursday or Friday is the captains run and you find out shortly thereafter if players on the edge like Kata are going to make it.

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    #14
    Wednesday you watch sky sport 2


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    Hard to see the Warriors winning unless the Dragons have an off game

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    #17
    Dragons always beat the Warriors too. Even if they've been shit

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    #18
    Same with Tigers.

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    #19
    Yeap Dragons always beat the Warriors for some reason, its really weird. Regardless of either teams forms etc at the time, home or away. So if they topple them this week it'll be a awesome effort!

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    We’ve already won in Perth and beat the raiders in Canberra which is pretty rare for us so that’s in our favour this season I guess

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    #21
    Warriors need to physically hurt Dufty or Ben Hunt to stop the dragons.

    THey aren't gonna do much against their forwards.

    They also need to be patient on defense by not rushing up.

    That's what will open up the holes. unless they're absolutely certain they'll tackle them.

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    #22
    Heard SJ is out for us

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    #23
    Sj & kata out, Lino & gelling in with peanut satay on the bench.

    I strangely feel more confident with Lino there for this particular game but it equals out with kfc fingers gelling on the left edge

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    https://www.warriors.kiwi/news/2018/...ainst-dragons/

    I also feel better about Lino playing but only because they haven't trained for Lino rather than Lino being better than Johnson.

    Lino takes the line on too much himself and gets shmucked every time.

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    #25
    Finally good to judge Geeling on a full game now. Step up kiddo!