PRE-GAME Round 13 - Broncos vs Titans

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NRL - Round 13
Sunday, 9th of June, 2019


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1. Darius Boyd
2. Corey Oates
3. Kotoni Staggs
4. Gehamat Shibasaki
5. Jamayne Isaako
6. Anthony Milford
7. Tom Dearden
8. Matthew Lodge
9. Jake Turpin
10. Payne Haas
11. Alex Glenn
12. Matt Gillett
13. Tevita Pangai

14. Andrew McCullough
15. David Fifita
16. Thomas Flegler
17. Joe Ofahengaue

18. Patty Carrigan
19. Jaydn Su'A
20. Richard Kennar
21. Sean O'Sullivan
1. Alexander Brimson
2. Anthony Don
3. Jesse Arthars
4. Brian Kelly
5. Dale Copley
6. Tyrone Roberts
7. Ash Taylor
8. Jarrod Wallace
9. Mitch Rein
10. Moeaki Fotuaika
11. Kevin Proctor
12. Keegan Hipgrave
13. Jai Arrow

14. Tyrone Peachey
15. Shannon Boyd
16. Bryce Cartwright
17. Jai Whitbread

18. Jack Stockwell
19. Max King
20. Ryley Jacks
21. Nathan Peats
Coach: Anthony SeiboldCoach: Garth Brennan
Officials: Chris Sutton, Phil Henderson
Sideline Officials: Liam Nicholls, David Munro
Video Referees: Ashley Klein, Bryan Norrie
Venue: Suncorp Stadium
Kickoff: 2:00 pm
Broadcast: Foxleague; Kayo
 
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A big win against the Titans should sneak us into the Eight. Still a chance this week, but only if both the Tigers and Sharks get thumped. Eels are still ahead of us by 1 point on differential.
 

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Will be a good test to see if the boys have abandoned last year's take it easy mindset. We should, by all rights, give them a touch up, especially if Arrow is out.
 

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look...as long as he listens to what the coaching staff is telling him to do in order to get back into the side...he should be back soon...though I don't know just how bad his achilles is affecting his form..?
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Fact: We would be top 4 right now if our dumbass club didn't give Haas a 4 game suspension.
gotta disagree...Haas could not have helped a lot of the utter shit served up by most of the squad. Plus, the club is laying new ground rules and expectations now, and its probably long overdue...
 
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gotta disagree...Haas could not have helped a lot of the utter shit served up by most of the squad. Plus, the club is laying new ground rules and expectations now, and its probably long overdue...
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gotta disagree...Haas could not have helped a lot of the utter shit served up by most of the squad. Plus, the club is laying new ground rules and expectations now, and its probably long overdue...
Well I gotta disagree with that.

The Payne. Haas. Come.
 
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Fact: We would be top 4 right now if our dumbass club didn't give Haas a 4 game suspension.
Correction: We’d be top 4 had we not shit the bed in those last moments of the Tigers and Dragons games at Suncorp.

Had we won them, which with some composure we should have, we’d be currently 7/11 heading into the first bye round with the 4 losses being to the Storm, Roosters, Rabbitohs and Canberra all away from home and who were the top 4 teams of the comp.

Definitely not going as bad as what it seemed like a month ago. It’s only the Tigers and Dragons chokes at home that have made our Win-Loss record just below par.
 

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A big win against the Titans should sneak us into the Eight. Still a chance this week, but only if both the Tigers and Sharks get thumped. Eels are still ahead of us by 1 point on differential.
Differentials or ladder positions based on such are irrelevant at this point of the season. The key is that we are showing we are a top four team on effort, skill and determination.

At the end of the season, sure, differentials matter. Until then, let’s just enjoy that we are growing, and more quickly than most of us expected.

Full credit to Seibold for making the tough decisions and backing our young guys like Turpin, Staggs, Shibasaki, Flegler and Carrigan. He’s got my respect.
 

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Differentials or ladder positions based on such are irrelevant at this point of the season. The key is that we are showing we are a top four team on effort, skill and determination.

At the end of the season, sure, differentials matter. Until then, let’s just enjoy that we are growing, and more quickly than most of us expected.

Full credit to Seibold for making the tough decisions and backing our young guys like Turpin, Staggs, Shibasaki, Flegler and Carrigan. He’s got my respect.
Not to mention the youngest of them all, Dearden!
 

McHunt

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Differentials or ladder positions based on such are irrelevant at this point of the season. The key is that we are showing we are a top four team on effort, skill and determination.

At the end of the season, sure, differentials matter. Until then, let’s just enjoy that we are growing, and more quickly than most of us expected.

Full credit to Seibold for making the tough decisions and backing our young guys like Turpin, Staggs, Shibasaki, Flegler and Carrigan. He’s got my respect.
All the points matter no matter which part of the season you score them. Yes, credit to Seibold for debuting Dearden and signing Segy, but Macca's injury forced the change that, in my opinion, turned the season around.
 

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Fact: We would be top 4 right now if our dumbass club didn't give Haas a 4 game suspension.
Maybe if we didn’t derp it up against the dragons and tigers we’d be higher on the ladder. But we did also have Macca for those games and knik at halfback.
 

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