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Wests Tigers 50 vs 16 New Zealand Warriors
Man of the Match?
How did Mason Lino go?
How did Tuimoala Lolohea go?
Dominique Peyroux go ok at centre?
Matt Allwood on the wing?
Sebastine Ikahihifo at prop?
Konrad Hurrell come back with the desired effect. Centre or in the pack?
Did the bench have the desired effect?
Anyone go to the game? How was the stadium?
Dont forget to rate the players... http://www.nzwarriors.com/matches/nrl-2015-round-25-wests-tigers-vs-nz-warriors.48/
NRL 2015 - Rnd 25 - Tigers vs Warriors Gameday Chatter
Wests Tigers v New Zealand Warriors
Sunday, 2.00pm (AEST) 4:00pm (NZST)
This week the Tigers signalled a changing of the guard and potentially the start of a new era, but will that translate into anything different on the field when they tackle the feeble Warriors this Sunday?
Up to their eyeballs in a battle to avoid the wooden spoon, coach Jason Taylor made the decision to tell captain Robbie Farah that he is free to look for a new club next year, one of the biggest calls in the joint venture's history.
In Round 25 they face a Warriors team who are ripe for the taking, heading into the game on a six-match losing streak and without nine frontline players through injury or suspension.
Despite their 40-18...
Nathan Friend has been an outstanding servant of our club over the years, and our win loss record without him playing is pretty poor.
But he is 32 and showing some signs of fatigue.
And we do have 3 international hookers in our squad sitting behind him in the pecking order. Is that justified?
Ben Henry is in outstanding form atm, making 40 tackles against the Raiders...
TL has played some huge games at hooker and is considered to be our team leader by many...
Havili is an outstanding young talent with a huge NRL future in front of him...
All of them are more dominant defensively than Friend, and all of them have better passing games...
Friends main point of difference is his exceptional professionalism and never say die attitude, but after his performance v the sharks it might...
Matt Allwood and Sebastine Ikahihifo have both been recalled for the Vodafone Warriors’ 25th-round NRL encounter with Wests Tigers at Campbelltown Sports Stadium on Sunday (2.00pm kick-off local time; 4.00pm NZT).
Allwood (22) has been named on the wing for just his second NRL appearance of the season while Ikahihifo (24) replaces the injured Jacob Lillyman at prop.
There’s one other change to the starting line-up used against North Queensland last Saturday with Bodene Thompson returning to the back row after making his comeback appearance from the bench against the Cowboys.
After joining the club from Canberra, Allwood scored in his Vodafone Warriors debut against Brisbane in March. An ankle injury later sidelined him during a campaign in which he has made 11 appearances for the...
Pick Your Team Rnd 25 - Warriors vs Tigers
After the Round 24 game against the North Queensland Cowboys do you want to see any changes for the game against the Wests Tigers at Campbelltown Sports Stadium?
Any new injury concerns?
Any returning players?
Any tweaks to the bench?
Mason Lino or Chad Townsend?
Konrad Hurrell starting?